Republican Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) promised at a speech yesterday in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that he will do "everything possible" to halt the National Security Agency's bulk surveillance and collection of phone data as the deadline for the renewal of the USA Patriot Act inches closer.
Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey governor Chris Christie will call the widespread fear of government surveillance a bunch of "baloney" in an upcoming speech to be delivered in New Hampshire today, according to Politico.
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Hillary Clinton has long espoused some rather negative attitudes towards violent video games and violent media in general. In 2005 she joined the chorus of people condemning Rockstar for the "hot coffee" mod that unlocked an otherwise inaccessible and unfinished interactive (yet non-explicit) sex scene in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Hillary Clinton's past is coming back to haunt her as she takes a run at becoming the president of the United States in 2016. Digging through the Clinton Library records, this Politico report highlights Clinton's stance on violent media - and her allies say that even now her views on the topic have not changed over the years.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) officially announced his intentions to make a run for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination. While we could painstakingly go over Paul's positions on various issues, there are two that are of particular interest to our readers: net neutrality and NSA spying.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and potential Republican candidate for the 2016 presidential race Carly Fiorina took a shot at Apple CEO Tim Cook for his opposition to Indiana's religious freedom law. Cook recently penned an editorial in the Washington Post blasting Indiana lawmakers for passing the bill - though we do not know how Cook feels about it after it was amended with stronger language protecting LGBTQ+ individuals yesterday.
U.S. President Barack Obama will deliver the annual State of the Union address to at 9pm ET in Washington D.C. As is the tradition, the State of the Union will be broadcast nationwide on most major networks. Some of the big issues that will be kicked around tonight include tax increases on America's most wealthy, a plan for free college tuition, immigration reform, and more.
2008 Republican presidential candidate and current governor of Texas Rick Perry used some interesting language in a speech at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa on Saturday. Perry seems to be throwing out hints about a possible run at the presidency in 2016. In his speech Perry said that he is ready to be sent "somewhere."
"Here am I. Send me," Perry said in a speech at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames on Saturday, quoting from the book of Isaiah. "That is your challenge. That is our challenge."