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I shudder when I think that John McCain could have been President.
Here's the deal with Mike McFadden: 1) He wants to be elected because he is a business guy. 2) He is (currently on leave) CEO of Lazard Middle Market Investments 3) Lazard (in 2012, while he was CEO) handled a transaction that led to Jazz Pharmaceuticals pulling an inversion scheme with taxes. . . .
A Christian couple fined $13,000 for refusing to host a lesbian wedding on their New York farm has decided to close the venue rather than violate their religious beliefs. Cynthia and Robert Gifford decided not to host ceremonies anymore, other than those already scheduled, Alliance Defending Freedom attorney James Trainor told The Blaze. "Since the order essentially compelled them to do all ceremonies or none at all, they have chosen the latter in order to stay true to their religious convictions, even . . .
I am going to preface this post about the Independence Party by stating my preference that the IP sticks around. My past thoughts on the IP have been somewhat pessimistic, but that's because I'm going more for a wake up call then wishing their demise. I think that a viable third party option is important to rein in partisan tactics of the Democrats and Republicans....and a means of tempering negative campaigns. A solid Independence Party in Minnesota could do that.
But, having said all of that, I watched the At Issue interview . . .