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NBC Post Debate Poll: Fiorina won debate, Cruz biggest gainer

8-9-15 GOP poll results NBC-Survey Monkey

The first scientific poll after the Thursday night debate has come out and those polled thought that Trump did not have the best performance of those on the stage. NBC News/Survey Monkey poll queried respondents from all party affiliations regardless of their likeliness to vote in the republican primary election. The results show that first place went to former HP CEO ...

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Good, Bad, and Ugly at GOP Debate

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)

Much of the nation was watching with great interest as seventeen Republican presidential candidates took the stage this week to articulate their vision of America, and outline their strategies for returning the nation to its former greatness. What we learned Thursday is that Fox News proved they can be as anti-GOP as the rest of the mainstream media, Donald Trump ...

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Hillary getting thrown under the bus: DOJ investigating email

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As the pre-ordained next Democratic nominee for 2016, no one thought that Hillary Clinton’s multiple scandals would ever be investigated. Well, someone in the executive branch just gave the go ahead. The Washington Post is reporting that the F.B.I. is now, after all this time, finally (did I overdo it?) investigating Hillary Clintons’ suspicious and possibly illegal closet-based email system. The ...

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Town to appoint illegal aliens as commissioners


Referring to the new appointees as “undocumented immigrants”, a City Councilman has chosen two illegal aliens to join the health and education and parks and recreation commissions of Huntington Park, California. 32-year-old Jhonny Pineda spoke publicly about his desire to give more traditionally American jobs to illegal immigrants while he ran for his current position. Pineda is living up to his promise by offering high-ranking ...

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Poll: Trump still polarizing, Carson and Walker largely unknown

Trump struggles with unfavorable numbers

The latest 2016 presidential candidate poll might give some hope to the Walker and Carson campaigns, but others like Trump have something to worry about. Trump is seeing his best – and worst – numbers yet while Ben Carson and Scott Walker struggle because voters don’t feel that they know enough about them. A poll released by Fox News on ...

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Gov. Christie likely to pardon legal gun owners arrested in New Jersey


Perhaps looking to make news that could help him make the cut on to the main stage at Thursday night’s Republican primary debate, Governor Chris Christie announced that he’ll likely pardon out-of-staters who were arrested for having a firearm while travelling through or visiting New Jersey. One of the victims Christie referred to is Brian Fletcher, a North Carolinian that was ...

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Trump sees best .. and worst numbers in new poll

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A recently released poll shows Jeb Bush continuing to lose momentum while Walker and Trump continue to rise. A Quinnipiac University poll released yesterday shows that Donald Trump leads the GOP pack with 20% of Republican voters while Scott Walker takes the second spot with 13% and Jeb Bush slumps to third with just 10% of respondents favoring the former ...

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Trump announces members he’d like in his administration


In the last few days, Presidential candidate Donald Trump mentioned that he would welcome two highly-visible conservatives into his administration. During an interview on “The Palin Update” radio show, Trump told host Kevin Scholla that he’d love to have Palin in his administration because “she really is somebody who knows what’s happening, and she’s a special person.” Trump did not mention ...

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Obama’s Unilateral Surrender Foreign Policy


It’s not always necessary for a nation to wave the white flag for its enemies to know it has surrendered. Sometimes a leak from an administration official will do just fine without requiring all the logistics of a formal surrender ceremony. The Washington Post lays the latest Obama capitulation out in detail: “Months after the discovery of a massive breach ...

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The end of Boehner? Motion to boot him sends House scrambling


Rep. Mark Meadows (R NC-11) has a few problems with House Speaker Boehner and he’s asking the full House to help him rip the gavel out of the Speaker’s hand. Meadows has filed a non-privileged “motion to vacate the chair” in which he details a list of grievances against Speaker Boehner: Whereas the Speaker of the House of Representatives for the ...

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Moral Outrage Over a Lion, But Not For Dismembered Babies

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There are many days when, after reading the news, it would be natural to look up and see Rod Serling, cigarette smoke swirling around him, standing in a corner giving a trite summation of how events like the Supreme Court assuming a legislative role should be soberly analyzed and learned from, in the twilight zone. Unfortunately, this is reality. And ...

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