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Rand Paul Delivers Stump Speech in Rochester MN

Sen. Rand Paul, GOP presidential candidate, makes a campaign stop in Rochester Minnesota. -Photo by Jeremy Griffith

Dr. Rand Paul, the senator and GOP presidential contender, made a couple of campaign stops in Minnesota, specifically Minneapolis, Duluth and Rochester. Since Paul hasn’t gotten nearly enough coverage in the media or in the debates, we thought you’d like to listen to him speak unfiltered for 30 minutes. You’re welcome. Whatever candidate you like or follow, it can’t be ...

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Remembering Hillary Clinton


In the aftermath of Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi Committee testimony, it is prudent – especially with a generation of voters having no direct memories of Bill Clinton’s presidency – to recall Mrs. Clinton’s time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Truth be told, when her “public service” is put into context, one has to wonder how anyone could support her for the highest ...

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A Tale of Two Rhetorical Strategies at the Benghazi Committee Hearing

Once upon a time, in a place now known as “the birthplace of democracy,” debate between men whose primary interest was in using discourse to expand their knowledge not demonstrate their superior intellect revolved around rhetoric. There was an inherent understanding that the way an argument was constructed was equally important to the merits of an argument. Though this recognition ...

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Biden: Nah – but vote for Hillary!


After being faced with the prospect of Uncle Joe running for President, Democrat voters can now relax. Hillary Clinton will be the choice for which the DNC will allow them to vote. At a press conference today, Biden announced that he will not be running for President because he ran out of time to enter the race.. or something: Biden, ...

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Democratic Debate Rehashes Tired, Unoriginal Economic Ideology

The dysfunction of capitalism was a prominent topic at CNN’s first Democratic primary debate. Since Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the top two declared candidates, respectively self-describe as a Progressive and a democratic socialist, this is hardly surprising. It is certainly less surprising than the prominence of the Glass-Steagall Act, a New Deal policy that separated commercial and investment banking, ...

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According to MSNBC focus group, Hillary is kinda “bitchy” [video]

Hillary Clinton is bitchy

Shannon, a member of a New Hampshire MSNBC political focus group, was asked how she felt about Hillary Clinton. Shannon responded that she found the former first lady off-putting “You know, when she’s — I don’t want to use the word,” laughing. Then she whispered “bitchy” to Halperin. The group as a whole talked about how condescending Hillary is and how ...

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‘Angry Hillary’ comes out after campaign tried to hide her

Angry Hillary

The Hillary Clinton campaign seem to be having trouble keeping Mrs. Clinton’s angry side stuffed away. Over the weekend, Hillary appeared on Saturday Night Live in a sad attempt to show a fake “nice Hillary,” but in a Monday morning appearance on “Today”, the true ‘evil Hillary’ came roaring to the front. Watch the latest video at

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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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Rampant Hatch Act Violations Revealed in Clinton Emails


The Hatch Act was first passed in 1939 to protect against the development of an oligarchy where high level political appointees use their official titles and powers to sway elections. Most federal employees who work for the executive branch are prohibited to some degree from participating in political activity. Members of the executive departments are held to less stringent standards, ...

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The Other Side of the Clinton Email Scandal

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Yesterday the State Department released another 7,000 pages of email correspondence sent and received by Hillary Clinton during her tenure as Secretary of State. Despite the announcement that Clinton viewed even more classified material through her private address, the sympathetic media is, predictably, making little of it. Clinton’s puerile blame-shifting and finger-pointing defense continues. And it is likely to do ...

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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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The Email Issue Goes Beyond Just Hillary Clinton

The Email Issue Goes Beyond Just Hillary Clinton

As scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton’s illegal use of unsecured email servers to access classified information during her time as US Secretary of State continues to unravel her presidential aspirations but, a more comprehensive overview of the many email issues related to the Obama Administration presents a more sinister possibility. From the State Department to the Internal Revenue Service, the Environmental ...

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