The Congressional Baseball Game: America’s Pastime with a Twist

By Andrew Zirkle | WASHINGTON As peculiar as it may seem, one of the most deep-rooted traditions in the US Congress is the Congressional baseball game, contested annually by teams made up from each of the two major parties. The first game was organized in 1909 by former pitcher and Representative John Tener. The game ...

GIF Turns 30 Years Old!

30 years ago today the .gif file format was created. Today the internet is flooded with a variety of GIFs

A Brief History Of The British Labour Party

Pictured: The red rose of democratic socialism, an ideology held by Jeremy Corbyn and many within the Labour Party. The Labour Party has many twists within its history, both modern and old.

India’s New Problem is Also America’s

Pictured: Pranab Mukherjee, President of India Excessive industrialization has left jobs and workers in the dust in large countries worldwide.

Deregulation: Lessons to be Learned of the Airline Industry

A solid case study of deregulation working to benefit all can be found in the airline industry.

Saudi Weapon Block Fails in Senate

Tuesday on the Senate floor Senator Rand Paul submitted a resolution to stop all arms trades with Saudi Arabia

NH State Senator and Ron Paul 2012 Primary Chair Running for Congress

Andy Sanborn, Republican New Hampshire State Senator, Ron Paul 2012 Primary Chair, and Rand Paul 2016 Primary Chair, is running for Congress, and looking to audit the fed.

Verizon Buys Yahoo for $4.5B, Creates Oath Inc. as Parent Company of AOL, Yahoo CEO Walks Away with Around $260M

Verizon officially bought Yahoo for around $4.5B and will merge Yahoo with AOL to create a new company called Oath

Congressman Steve Scalise Shot at GOP Congressional Baseball Practice, Among 5

On Wednesday, June 14th, Representative Steve Scalise has been shot, along with 4 others

Former Candidate for Governor Denied Ballot Access After Attempting to Register as a Libertarian

John Babiarz, the Chief of the Grafton Volunteer Fire Department and a two-time former Libertarian candidate for Governor of New Hampshire has gone to court after being denied in attempting to change his party affiliation from Unaffiliated to Libertarian.


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