Joseph Biden, the senior United States senator from Delaware, and the presumptive Democratic Party vice presidential nominee, speaks on the third night of the Democratic National Convention in Denver, August 27, 2008.
This article makes the case for Dr. Ben Carson's candidacy for President. Since his February 7, 2013, speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, in which he confronted President Barack Obama with the truth about Obamacare, Carson has become a rising star among Republicans. This star has staying power, thanks to personal attributes like common sense, patriotism, and faith in God. Let this article show you why Benjamin Carson is the ideal Presidential candidate for conservative Christians.
"Dr Ben Carson for President!"
The current Republican presidential candidates are not acting very Republican-like these days. A party that is known for traditional family and conservative values has been spicing it up… unintentionally. Yes, there's been a lot of talk about Open Marriage in recent days, and oh doesn't Susie think this is fun. On today's show, she reads an article from the New York Times in which several liberal sex-expert colleagues of hers discuss just what an open marriage is really all about.
"America Needs an Independent Presidential Candidate" is from the November 02, 2015 Ideas and Controversy section of The Washington Post. It was written by Jim Webb and narrated by Sam Scholl.
Susie begins the show with a helpful evaluation of where all the presidential candidates stand regarding sexual politics - from Obama showing his hot side by posing in swimming trunks, to Giuliani's kinky side as a cross dresser. Susie chronicles where they stand on issues ranging from polygamy to gay rights. Another aspect up for scrutiny is the candidate's spouse. Who has more sex appeal, Bill Clinton or Jeri Thompson?
"Trade Deal Throws Presidential Candidates a Curveball" is from the October 07, 2015 Politics section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Laura Meckler and Janet Hook and narrated by Alexander Quincy.
"Presidential Candidates Burn Through Cash Quickly, FEC Filings Show" is from the October 16, 2015 Politics section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Rebecca Ballhaus and narrated by Alexander Quincy.
Scott Walker is the solution to the most critical problems facing America in 2016. He is the antidote to Obama's foreign policy crisis, unemployment, and immigration chaos. Listen to this article to find out why.
The environment, and the movement that grew up to protect it, is under attack, concerted and purposeful. Yet the need for solutions to pressing environmental problems grows more urgent each day. Teresa Heinz Kerry and Senator John Kerry traveled across the country in a national campaign to see at first hand how these issues unite people across party and ideological lines.
Written by acclaimed historian Douglas Brinkley, this is the first full-scale, intimate account of John Kerry's Navy career. Brinkley has drawn on extensive interviews with everyone who knew Kerry well in Vietnam. Kerry also entrusted to Brinkley his letters home and his voluminous "War Notes": journals, notebooks, and personal reminiscences written during and shortly after the war.
"An Excellent Introduction to John Kerry"
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"A Truly Great Issue!"
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