Apparently, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is more honest and forthright than either of the candidates for the Big Two. Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson said it's "game over" on any chance of winning the White House if he does not make it to the debate stage. Show More Summary
Libertarian presidential candidate is starting to believe the crazy nature of the current race may make his road to the White House a little less improbable. Speaking to Fox News on Sunday, almost a full month before the first presidential debate takes place on September 26 at New York’s Hofstra University, Johnson asserted that he... Show More Summary
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson said it’s “game over” on any chance of winning the White House if he does not make it to the debate stage, Politico reports. “Johnson would need to be at a 15 percent threshold to [...]
Libertarian Gary Johnson is in the final stretch of his scramble to get into the presidential debates, which he says could give him the platform he needs to make a historically improbable run to the White House against Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Islamic State group fighters are reportedly eager for Republican Donald Trump to win the White House so that they can use his rhetoric against Muslims to win over new followers. Foreign Affairs magazine analyzed Twitter users’ comments and interviewed people who recruit for the militant group...
If the presidential campaign continues along the same trajectory it’s been on since the conventions, Hillary Clinton should win the White House with room to spare, the Senate majority will probably shift to the Democrats (but just barely) and the House should remain under GOP control. It doesn’t have to be all gridlock and fighting. […]
by Walter Brasch (part 1 of 2) Donald Trump, who is commanding all of 1 percent of Black voters, according to an impartial Quinnipiac poll, says he could get as much as 95 percent of the Black vote in a second term. In June 2011, he had said, “I’ve always had a great relationship with [...] The post Race Issues Dominate White House Race appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
In an interview with Christian televangelist James Robison, Eric Trump explained a few of the reasons his father chose to run for President... including the flat-out lie that the White House's Christmas Tree is now called a "Holiday Tree."
SMMFH @ This guy showing off his house in his youtube video…
Such a lovely tribute to a beautiful park and its dedicated workers. Open thread below...
As Conservative Review's Jen Kuznicki explains, in 1993, the president of Wellesley College approved a new rule upon being contacted by Bill Clinton’s White House. The rule stated that all senior theses written by a president or first lady of the United States would be kept under lock and key. Show More Summary
Intel made a lot of news last week as it rolled through its annual Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco. At IDF ’16 San Fran (Intel also holds IDF in Shenzhen annually), the company made major announcements in the areas of Merged Reality, Deep Learning, and Silicon Photonics, and also [...]
Donald Trump is being soundly rejected by economists from both the Democratic and Republican establishments, and I mean unanimously: The Wall Street Journal this month reached out to all 45 surviving former members of the White House ...Show More Summary
Decades later she's stepping onto an even bigger stage as she works to get Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Holton's husband, vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, elected to the White House. Friends and associates say Holton is...Show More Summary
The Equal Pay Pledge, a White House initiative with goals to close the gap between gender salaries, has just garnered 39 new signees, including Redmond’s very own Microsoft. The pledge, which was announced ealier this year, seeks to have companies commit to cunducting yearly analysis of salaries, both by gender and occupation, as well as […]
(Reuters) – The Obama administration proposed a rule on Friday aimed at attracting thousands of immigrant entrepreneurs to start companies in the United States. The rule, proposed by the Department of Homeland Security, would ease the ability of startup founders to build companies if they have significant funding from U.S. investors. The administration hopes the […]
Facebook, Apple, and CVS are among 29 companies that on Friday promised to work toward erasing the gender pay gap by signing onto the White House’s Equal Pay Pledge, the Obama administration announced Friday. With the new commitments, more than 50 companies employing millions of people have signed...
Mr. Ellenby founded Grid Systems, where the Compass was produced. It went on to become a tool for big corporations, government spies, White House officials and astronauts.
Democrat Hillary Clinton called on Friday for voters to reject the "bigotry" of Donald Trump's White House campaign, releasing a television ad criticizing his efforts to appeal to black voters and saying she was reaching out to people...Show More Summary
To celebrate Women's Equality Day, President Obama has announced a group of 29 major US employers who have signed the White House Equal Pay Pledge and promised to help close the gender pay gap. On the list are 10 top tech giants including Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Intel and IBM. Source: The White House