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Hillary Is Not Getting The Usual “Under Investigation” Treatment From Obama. I Wonder Why?

Will Obama look American voters in the eye and tell the nation what he knew, when he knew it and what actions did he take to prevent it?

With the Obama administration and its many and sundry scandals, each crime has been  effectively covered up from the outset by Obama shills simply stating that the matter is “under investigation” and no comments can be made about their status or progress. But with Hillary, nearly every day we see more revelations of Hillary’s lying and cheating personality as the ...

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Why has CNN Changed September debate criteria?

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CNN issued a statement today that announced the media giant was changing the criteria for choosing the candidates who would appear in this month’s CNN republican primary debate. The news network had assumed that there would be many more polls after the GOP debate, but that has not proven true: In a world where we expected there to be at ...

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Bush releases new video: ‘The Real Trump’

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The Jeb 2016 campaign released a video this morning in which it slams Donald Trump for his liberal views. The Bush campaign made a fundamental mistake when they released this campaign video to Youtube: you never – NEVER – allow comments .. after you watch the video, head to youtube here to read why not.

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Hillary Makes Changes After New Poll Results


There is no doubt that Hillary is worried because of new polling out of Iowa. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is continuing to gain on Hillary Clinton in Iowa, and is now within 7 points of Hilary in the Democratic presidential race. With Donald Trump getting all the attention in the news media, Hillary decided that Trump must be doing something ...

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Donald Trump to make decision on third party run “soon”


Donald Trump is basking in the glory of high poll numbers and adoring media, but he still has a major decision to make if he wants to win the GOP nomination. In order to compete in the South Carolina Republican primary election, a candidate is required to promise that he/she (ze?) will promise to support the eventual nominee. In other ...

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No need to vote as Hillary already has the votes to win

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Democratic party and independent voters that were planning to vote in next year’s DNC primaries and caucuses shouldn’t bother – Hillary has already won. Senior Clinton campaign officials are claiming that she has already secured one-fifth of the pledges needed to win the Democratic presidential nomination. They come from current and former elected officials, committee officeholders, and other party dignitaries. We reported that Clinton’s campaign ...

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The Deeper Problem With Hillary Clinton Likening Republicans to Terrorists


Yesterday, Hillary Clinton launched another attack in the long-running Democrat guerrilla warfare campaign against the “war on women.” In an incredibly bold and impassioned display of rhetoric, which in no way made the same sort of ad hoc judgments her ilk claim to so despise, the Democrat frontrunner likened pro-life Republican presidential candidates to terrorists. As a registered Republican and ...

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LibLogic: 12 cent gas tax hike & White wounding


California Democrats want to raise the gas tax another 12 cents per gallon! And repairing roads…would only accelerate more road usage, and therefore, more carbon output. Why do people keep electing these yo-ho’s?!? White wounding is the latest Leftist guilt trip. Can we rid ourselves of whiteness altogether?

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Liberal Democrats: America’s Real Robber Barons


Liberals like to refer to the Rockefellers, Goulds and Vanderbilts as “Robber Barons” because of the fortunes these families built and the power and leverage they possessed that allowed them to influence government/political decisions in order to defeat their business competitors. But the similarities between the so-called robber baron legend and today’s liberal Democrats are striking, whereas the differences between ...

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Is Modern Politics Just a Semantics Game?

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Donald Trump may have brought the immigration issue to the forefront of the primary, but the nuances have effectively become a cudgel with which the media can beat him and his running mates. And yet none of the questions asked in sanctimonious tones by anchors who confuse intensity and anger with serious skepticism seem concerned with the actual merit of ...

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Why is Kentucky switching from primary to caucus?


Kentucky Republican party officials have voted to switch Kentucky from a primary to a caucus and move the caucus up two months, but why? Because Senator Rand Paul asked them to. Kentucky law prohibits a candidate’s name from appearing twice on the same ballot. To allow him to run in both the Kentucky Senate election and seek the GOP nod ...

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Trump’s Positive Alabama Speech vs. CNN’s Biased Interview

Trump in Alabama

  Among cheering crowds in a stadium of 35,000 people that had to be moved from a smaller hotel ballroom, presidential candidate Donald Trump held a rousing ralley for his growing legions. The Trump campaign was forced to change venues twice as the anticipated crowd swelled to sizes much larger than other locations could accommodate. “We have politicians that don’t ...

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Why a rising GOP star could get left out of the CNN debate

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CNN’s criteria for its September debate may leave out recent rising stars like Carly Fiorina while allowing less-liked candidates to take the stage. CNN’s debate criteria weighs polls from July 16 to Sept. 10 which would give much emphasis to polls before the first GOP debate. The questionable calculus would almost certainly ignore rising stars like Carly Fiorina while elevating less-favored candidates ...

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New poll shows Trump, Bush lead on major issues

Republican presidential candidates from left, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and John Kasich take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

A CNN/ORC poll released today shows that Donald Trump and Jeb Bush hold the most support and are the most-liked candidates on important issues. Trump led the GOP field with 25% of those polled saying that they would vote for him if the election were held today while Jeb Bush held on to second place in the poll at 13% with all other candidates ...

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Trump’s next step: getting specific on immigration…


Voters and the media have been asking Donald Trump to offer details on his policies and on Sunday, he gave them some. The 1900 word “Immigration Reform that Will Make America Great Again” is a bit more specific than his catch-phrases and sound bites, but only on the issue for which he is most known.  The plan focuses on three ...

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