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See The Democratic Party In Action

The above picture was taken during the 1924 Democratic Convention. It was also known as “Klanbake.” In Madison Square Garden, New York City, from June 24 to July 9, a dispute during came up revolving around an attempt by non-Klan delegates, led by Forney Johnston of Alabama, to condemn the organization for its violence in the Democratic Party’s platform. But Klan delegates defeated ...

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January 20, The Day I have Been Waiting For

Presidential Inauguration

Every year we celebrate on the 20th of January because it’s my daughters’ birthday, but this year January 20th will be extra special. On top of my daughters birthday we will be celebrating getting rid of one of the worst presidents ever and ushering in who might be one of our greatest presidents ever. We leave behind a president who ...

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WATCH: Stephen A Smith Calls For Respect For Donald Trump

Stephen A. Smith explains why Marc Lamont Hill was wrong and Steve Harvey was right

While CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill decided to deride Steve Harvey for talking to the next President of the United States, ESPN’s Stephen Smith explains why Hill and the Democrats walking away from the inauguration are all .. dead .. wrong. It is important to talk to those that disagree with us. It helps you understand the strengths and weaknesses of ...

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Ted Cruz Looking Forward to Trump Administration [video]

Ted Cruz looking forward to Donald Trump administration

My relationship with the President-elect, with the administration is very strong. We are talking to him and his team every single day and the message I have been conveying to them is, we have to deliver. The worst thing we could do is win this election and fall back to business as usual,” said Cruz.

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Full Video: Betsy Devos confirmation hearing

Senate Confirmation Hearing Betsy Devos

U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee committee questions Donald Trump’s Education Secretary nominee Betsy Devos. The hearing was more about Democrats preaching to Mrs. DeVos and complaining about time constraints than actually understanding what she might accomplish as the Secretary of Education. With over three hours of testimony, Betsy DeVos set a record for the longest Senate testimony ...

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What does an electoral mandate mean in a democratic system?

Whenever an election result heavily favors one party or candidate, the commentariat class—those members of the media and political elite who feel qualified to act as final arbiters in determining the meaning of political and cultural events—brand that victory a “mandate.” This term is used as if the degree of victory somehow gives the winner greater legitimacy to act, lending ...

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How Dangerous And Careless Are Democrats?

After a year of Hillary defending her unprotected email server, in an unsecured bathroom in her home, and after at least six months of her complaining about the DNC database allegedly being hacked by Russia, and ruminating about how odd it was that the RNC didn’t also get hacked and trying to blame this coincidence on Trump colluding with Putin ...

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Trump Shows Respect For Winston Churchill And Our Ally, England

I understand that Donald Trump has requested that England, with respect, and I hope with the apologies of every decent American, please return the bust of Winston Churchill that Barack Obama so rudely, spitefully, disrespectfully and outrageously discarded and shipped back to England at the outset of his administration, so that this great man and our very close ally, who ...

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Typically Dumb, Liberal, Partisan Grilling Of Rex Tillerson

Just a short while ago I was watching the televised questioning of Donald Trump’s appointee to the position of Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, by the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and was unfortunate enough to hear Senator Cardin, a Democrat from Maryland and a scowling, disagreeable looking man, list the many problems existing in our government and ...

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Hooded Klansmen Protest Against Sessions In Senate Hearings

Barack Obama farewell speech 01-10-17

In a display of truth and honesty that they never intended to demonstrate, Codepink soldiers donned Ku Klux Klan hoods and robes and protested Donald Trump’s appointment of Jeff Sessions to be America’s next Attorney General. Actually, the Codepink crowd are against Jeff Sessions becoming Attorney General, but they wore KKK apparel, and if the robes had been worn by ...

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WATCH: Sen. Jeff Sessions Confirmation Hearing for U.S. Attorney General [Live Stream]

Jeff Sessions

Watch live as the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee holds a confirmation hearing Tuesday for Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to serve as his attorney general of the United States. Live Stream will start at 9:30am Tuesday, January 10th, 2017.

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As Trump tweets, so goes the market

To paraphrase a famous cliché, “As Trump tweets, so goes the stock market.” Last Thursday, Japanese car maker Toyota’s stock plummeted following a Donald Trump tweet critical of the company’s announcement it was opening a plant in Mexico which would produce Corollas to be sold in the U.S. This was only the latest incidence of various companies’ stocks rising or ...

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As Usual, For Republicans It’s Damned If You Do and Damned If You Don’t

Mark Steyn made a very piquant observation while guest-hosting the Rush Limbaugh radio show on Friday, and it tells a great deal about the enormous divide between the people who elect presidents, as the American people recently did, and the opposition press and Hollywood punks who tell the American public what they should think and who they should elect to ...

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