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The Accomplishments of Betsy Devos America’s Current U.S. Secretary of Education

One of the hardest jobs that a person can have is being charge of a U.S. governmental department. Most U.S. governmental departments impact millions of people at home and abroad. This is also true for the position of U.S. Secretary … Continue reading

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End Citizens United Brings Hope To Raising 35 Million For Their Cause

A National grassroots political committee, End Citizens United, has officially set to endorse U.S. Senate Sheldon Whitehouse in the 2018 re-election. They are calling him as the champion of campaign for the finance reform.   The committee works to contribute … Continue reading

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BETSY DEVOS, EDUCATION ADVOCATE AND PHLANTHROPIST, IS ALL ABOUT KIDS

Betsy Devos has spent a lifetime advocating for equal education for all children. She’s our new Secretary of Education, but she has been active in education for decades. Mrs. Devos has not only advocated for school choice, she and her … Continue reading

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Right Wing Rhetoric Drives The Political Fight Of George Soros

In the campaign season prior to the 2016 U.S. Presidential election the Republican candidates were often accused of pushing their rhetoric to the very edge of what could be described as decent behavior by mainstream politicians. Politico reports George Soros … Continue reading

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George Soros Increases Political Contributions to Democratic Causes

George Soros has reappeared as one of the biggest funding providers for Democratic politics. While he has scaled back his political donations after spending $27 million in an attempt to prevent the election of President George W. Bush in 2004, … Continue reading

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