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Republican Senators Coming to Grips with Trump as Nominee

Washington, D.C. Republicans in the U.S. Senate appear to be coming to grips with a reality many once thought unimaginable: that bombastic New York businessman Donald Trump is their party’s presumptive presidential nominee. Donald Trump. Photo: Wikipedia/Gage Skidmore. “He [Trump] won the nomination the old-fashioned way — he got more votes than anybody else,” Senate Majority […]

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Release of Classified Pages on Foreign 9/11 Support Imminent

Washington, D.C. Nearly 15 years after terrorists hijacked four passenger jets and crashed them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C., and a farm field in Pennsylvania, 28 pages detailing foreign support for the attackers could soon be made public. World Trade Center 9/11/01. Photo: Cyril Attias. Only a select […]

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Boston Globe Publishes Satire Showing ‘Trump’s America’

Washington, D.C. The Boston Globe does not support Donald Trump’s campaign for U.S. president. The newspaper, one of the most prominent in the United States, published a page of fake articles Sunday that it said are a vision of how the United States will look if Trump wins. A portion of a satirical front page […]

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VIDEO: Cruz Wins Wisconsin, Proving ‘NeverTrump’ Has Hope

Milwaukee, WI. Republican Ted Cruz’s decisive victory over Donald Trump in Wisconsin gave him momentum at a crucial time and put pressure on the front-running Trump to show he can absorb the shock and bounce back in upcoming primary states. Cruz, a U.S. senator from Texas, dominated Tuesday’s vote in Wisconsin, a sign he is […]

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Poverty: Quite Simply, It Could Be You

Baltimore, MD. Poverty as defined by the Center for Disease Control is, “when a person or group of people lack human needs because they cannot afford them. Human needs include clean water, nutrition, health care, education, clothing, and shelter.” Poverty has always been an idea in my head as those people you see on the […]

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Do Presidents Stop Nominating Judges In Their Final Year?

There comes a point in the last year of the president, especially in their second term, where you stop nominating (both Supreme Court justices and Court of Appeals judges. — Marco Rubio on Sunday, February 14th, 2016 in comments on “Meet the Press” The sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has sparked a […]

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With Scalia Death, U.S. Supreme Court Heads Towards 4-4 Ties

Washington, D.C. With the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the U.S. Supreme Court could be facing a divisive ideological split during its current term as it considers key cases involving abortion, immigration policy, religious liberty and affirmative action to assist racial minorities gain admittance to flagship universities. Former President Reagan appointed Justice Antonin Scalia to the […]

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Polar Opposites: Fascist, Socialist Win New Hampshire Primary

Manchester, N.H. With 89 percent of polling places reporting, Sanders had 60 percent of the Democratic vote compared to 38 percent for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  Trump had a similar margin for the Republicans as he grabbed 35 percent to win among a much more crowded field. The next President of the United States? […]

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