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Thom Tillis Takes NC GOP Senate Primary, Avoids Runoff

Thom Tillis Takes NC GOP Senate Primary, Avoids Runoff

Follow @Ryan_Kantor Tuesday, May 6th Thom Tillis the Speaker of the North Carolina House won the GOP U.S. senate primary and hit the crucial 40% mark to avoid a runoff election. Tillis won while fending off both Republican contenders and attack ads from Senator Reid’s PAC (Senate Majority PAC) that claimed he called Obamacare “a great … Continue reading

North Carolina Senate Race: Informational Primer

North Carolina Senate Race: Informational Primer

Incumbent: Kay Hagan (D) Context: Kay Hagan was first elected in 2008 when anti-Republican sentiment swayed North Carolina to vote for Barack Obama. Since being elected, she has voted for Obamacare, which has led to 473,000 North Carolinians having their plans canceled. North Carolina has also experienced higher rate hikes than any other state. She is more … Continue reading

Rand Paul or Ted Cruz, Who Should Emerge?

Rand Paul or Ted Cruz, Who Should Emerge?

Follow @Ryan_Kantor If for some reason the government shutdown affected you, you can take a breath. It’s over! Although it annoyed most Americans, a few important items came from the debacle that could have long term implications. First, Obamacare has been clearly pinned on the entire Democratic Party and more is known about it than … Continue reading

Book Review: Coolidge by Amity Shlaes

Book Review: Coolidge by Amity Shlaes

It was a long read, but well worth it. Coolidge by Amity Shlaes chronicles the life of the 30th President of the United States. He served in the time between World War I and the Great Depression (1923-1929) and thus is often forgotten in the annals of history. Nevertheless, he accomplished a great deal during the … Continue reading