The frontrunner for the Democratic Party’s Presidential nomination Hillary Clinton has called on Thursday for a more intensified take on the Islamic State extremists, even though she said she is fine with the current foreign policy set by President Barack Obama. Clinton made a speech in front of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City where she laid out her perspective on how respond to the extremism that is in a constant expansion, not only in the Middle East, but it includes the most recent terrorists attacks by ISIS in Paris, where the extremists killed 129 people and wounded hundreds others. According to Reuters, she acknowledged that President Obama should take a stronger stance in the Middle East and said “Our goal is not to deter or contain ISIS, but to defeat and destroy ISIS. Clinton is considered the most hawkish candidate in the 2016 Elections race and has stated that ...

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(Photo Credit: REUTERS/Jim Young)  The frontrunner for the Democrat Presidential nomination Hillary Clinton on Tuesday got the endorsement of the Service Employees International Union, boosting her support as she tries to win the candidacy for the 2016 Elections. The decision of the Service Employees International Union to endorse Clinton as their champion gives her a momentum in garnering the vote of labor and labor unions, which are one of the central parts of the Democratic constituency. According to Reuters, the Service Employees International Union President Mary Kay Henry said that the leaders of the union “collectively agreed that the best choice for our union was to endorse Clinton.” She also added that the leadership had a thorough evaluation of the Democratic candidates who sought their endorsement and reached their conclusion based on the candidates’ positions, as well as “who can win in a general election.” Henry also said that “she’s (Clinton) ...

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The Second Democratic Presidential debate was marked by the attacks of Hillary Clinton by Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley on different topics including foreign policy, Wall Street and domestic policies. The debate held at the Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, the first nominating state for the 2016 Elections started off with the Democrat candidates bowing their heads and addressing the Paris terrorist attacks that happened 24 hours prior to the debate and left 129 victims of Jihadi extremists. The debate quickly turned a more feisty tone with Sanders and O’Malley unleashing their criticism of Hillary Clinton’s vote in 2002 to authorize the use of force in Iraq, while she was a Senator from New York and linked her vote to the development of the chaos in the Middle Eastern region and the rise of ISIS. Clinton reiterated that the war in Iraq was the greatest mistake in foreign policy in the ...

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(Photo Credit: REUTERS/Darren Hauck) The Republican frontrunners Donald Trump and Ben Carson were the center of the Republican Summit in Orlando with Trump calling Carson a pathological liar similar to a child molester. Trump and Carson confronted at the Florida Republican Party’s Sunshine Summit where they were among other candidates for the 2016 Elections. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz also clashed over immigration at the daylong summit. According to Reuters, during a campaign stop in Fort Ridge, Iowa, Trump started his tirade against retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, who has been narrowing the gap between him and billionaire Trump in the last month. Trump referenced Carson’s alleged lying about getting a scholarship at West Point, as well as his past of a violent attack with a knife against a friend. Trump said that Carson had a “pathological temper” and added “If you are pathological, there is no cure for that. If you ...

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President Barack Obama said on Thursday that the Republican frontrunner for the 2016 Elections, Donald Trump, has an unrealistic immigration plan for mass deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants. Obama was a guest on ABC News on Thursday and was asked by Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos about Trump’s comments about his deportation plans and using a “deportation force” and the President did not shy away from calling Trump’s vision unrealistic and crazy. According to Reuters, Obama stated “The notion that we are going to deport 11 or 12 million people from this country – first of all, I have no idea where Mr. Trump thinks the money is going to come from. It would cost us hundreds of billions of dollars to execute that.” He added “Imagine the images on the screen flashed around the world as we were dragging parents away from their children, and putting them in what, detention centers, ...

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 (Photo credit:NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images) The United States Postal Service Workers Union announced on Thursday that they are going to endorse Bernie Sanders as their choice for President for the 2016 Elections. The American Postal Workers Union is endorsing Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont in time when his campaign is in a need of a boost after rival Democrat Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton gained the majority of support in the early voting states of South Carolina and New Hampshire. According to Reuters, the American Postal Workers Unions said that Sander’s work and record are in line with their priorities and that his support for their caucuses has earned their support. Mark Dimondstein, the President of the postal workers union said that Sanders is the champion of workers and added “Politics as usual has not worked. It’s time for a political revolution.” The Union represents more than 200,000 postal service workers and retirees and even though ...

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Being very close to the primaries for the 2016 Elections, the Republican Party had its fourth Presidential debate which was characterized by swift attacks against Donald Trump and the rise of Jeb Bush. The Tuesday’s debate held at the Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and hosted by Fox Business Network had a slightly different format with fewer candidates on stage. Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee were knocked off the main stage and joined Bobby Jindal and Rick Santorum at the 7 PM debate, while Lindsey Graham and George Pataki were eliminated from both stages. The debate started with no opening statements and the candidates were able to start with their arguments at once on the topics of the debate, which were the same as the previous debate; taxes, the economy and foreign policy. Jeb Bush was the candidate that succeeded to gain some momentum after his disastrous performances in the previous three debates ...

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The most recent Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that Donald Trump is the candidate that Republicans would vote for President , to manage the economy and the foreign policy of the United States. The poll was conducted after the third Republican Presidential debate, from the 28th of October until the 2nd of November. Trump was favored by 31% of those Republicans surveyed, followed by Dr. Ben Carson with 18%, Senator Marco Rubio and former Governor Jeb Bush with 10% each. Businessman and real estate mogul Donald Trump has been leading the Republican field of candidates in the race for the 2016 Elections Republican Party nomination ever since he announced his campaign this summer. His stances on immigration and foreign policy have garnered the support of conservatives, but his long-standing business record has even appealed to more moderate Republicans, thus opening the opportunity of a momentum to grow his campaign even further. According to Reuters, one ...

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(Photo Credit: Mark J. Terril/AP)  Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush reiterated his attack on rival Republican candidate for President Marco Rubio, for missing Senate votes and contributing to the Washington gridlock. Bush attacked Rubio for not demonstrating the leadership needed to surpass the partisan division and said that he does not have the level of accomplishment to really be in the White House. According to Reuters, while being on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday Bush stated “In this era of gridlock, it’s really hard to break through and I think he’s given up. And I think that’s the wrong thing to do.” He added “this is about public service, about solving problems. I can change the culture in Washington.” Bush and Rubio clashed over this matter at the last Republican Presidential debate, when Jeb Bush criticized Marco Rubio for missing Senate votes because of his campaigning schedule and even suggested that ...

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The Republican National Committee has kicked out NBC News from being the sponsor of the Republican debate scheduled for the 26th of February because of controversy over the previous debate hosted by NBC News media partner CNBC. The announcement comes after a couple of campaigns expressing their willingness to change the debate format because of candidates not having enough time to speak. According to Reuters, the Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said that NBC will not be hosting the debate on the 26th of February in Houston, Texas, because the committee wants to make sure that the Republican candidates receive a “full and fair” opportunity to state their vision for America. The previous debate held in Boulder, Colorado was highly criticized by both candidates for President and voters for not going in the right direction and handling the topic of economy and its moderators not being able to control the debate. According to ...

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