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Facebook Is Trying To Reduce Political Advertising Ahead Of 2020 Election

As the 2020 election approaches, Facebook says that it has stopped paying employees commissions for the sale of political ads on the social media platform. Political advertisements are now perceived as a “headache” to Facebook, according to former Facebook employees and digital campaign strategist, the Wall Street Journal reports. The alleged Russian meddling in the U.S’s 2016 election has raised ...

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Biden Wrote, Sponsored Laws That Made Opioid Epidemic Even More Deadly, Health Experts Say

Presidential contender Joe Biden’s many years of lawmaking may hamstring him with Democratic voters who resent his harsh drug legislation from the 1980s and 1990s. Biden downplayed his role in that era’s drug legislation, saying he got “stuck with” it as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Progressive voters may see him not only as a relic but a vehicle ...

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John Hickenlooper Rolls Out Gun Control Wish List

Former Democratic Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a 2020 hopeful, released a list of proposed gun measures Wednesday including federal gun licenses with safety training requirements. Hickenlooper published his plan, which includes many initiatives proposed by fellow 2020 Democratic candidates, such as federal gun licensing, bans on AR-style weapons and bump stocks, magazine capacity limits, universal background checks, and ‘red flag’ ...

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Pastor Pete Delivers Another Homily

The Opposition Media and other leftist cultural arbiters have finally found a ‘Christian’ presidential candidate with whom they are not embarrassed to be seen in public. This religious token is Pete Buttigieg whose day job is Mayor of South Bend, Indiana. It’s not that these leftist stenographers posing as journalists have become more open to the Christian message. They’re as ...

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2020 Democrats Privately Woo Wall Street While Publicly Snubbing Corporate Cash

Democratic presidential candidates have largely condemned and swore off corporate and lobbyist money in elections. Mostly all candidates have been meeting with finance executives to fundraise for their campaigns. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are reportedly the only 2020 candidates who have not been courting Wall Street. Democratic presidential hopefuls have been voicing their opposition to money in politics, however, ...

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Elizabeth Warren Says No to Funding Charter Schools

Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren said she wanted to keep public tax dollars away from charter schools. WATCH: Sen. Elizabeth Warren: "What Betsy Devos has done to our public education really undermines the best opportunities for our kids. I think our public tax dollars should stay in our public schools." Question: "So, no to for-profit charter schools?" Warren: "Yeah." pic.twitter.com/yTLggavVm0 ...

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Bernie Sanders to Call For Ban On Charter Schools

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Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to call for a ban on for-profit charter schools in an education policy speech in South Carolina Saturday. This would make Sanders the first 2020 presidential candidate to suggest such a policy, according to CNN. Sanders will argue that the increase in charter schools have taken money away from public schools and have ...

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Trump 2020 Advisory Board Member Censored On Facebook — And She Says It’s No Algorithm Fluke

Facebook blocked Trump 2020 campaign advisory board member Jenna Ellis Rives from sharing a screenshot of a tweet by citing “hate speech,” but Rives believes this is a part of a deliberate attempt to censor conservative commentary until it is no longer timely. Rives took a screenshot of a tweet from conservative commentator Matt Walsh and attempted to post it ...

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Stacey Abrams Flip-Flops On VP Stance — ‘I’m Open To The Conversation’ Of Being Someone’s Running Mate

Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams revealed on Thursday that she is open to the idea of running as the vice president for the Democratic nominee despite proclaiming weeks earlier that she doesn’t “run for second place.” “After the determination is made about who the Democratic nominee is, if I am not that person for one reason or the other, ...

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Cory Booker Pledges To Legalize Abortion Nationwide Despite Supreme Court Decisions

Democratic New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker pledged on Wednesday to override any possible Supreme Court decision and pass a law legalizing abortion nationwide if he wins the presidency in 2020. “The injustices we’re seeing in Alabama right now with this legislation — it’s important that all of us understand that this is a threat to women’s freedoms and women’s rights ...

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2020 Democrats Have Promised To Spend Trillions Fighting Global Warming. Here Are their Plans

Washington Governor Jay Inslee released a $9 trillion plan to fight global warming Thursday, upping the ante on Democratic presidential candidates. “You think of the Green New Deal as saying ‘we should go to the moon,’ but in my plan is how to build the rocket ship,” Inslee told The Guardian. “They both have their values.” Inslee’s plan aims to ...

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Bill De Blasio Enters Race For The White House

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Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that he is entering the crowded 2020 field for president. “Doesn’t matter if you live in a city or a rural area, a big state, small state. Doesn’t matter what your ethnicity is. People in every part of this country felt stuck or even like they’re going backwards,” he said ...

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Dan Crenshaw And 2020 Dem Face Off During Budget Hearing: ‘Good Luck’ On ‘Your Failing Presidential Run’

Republican Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw pulled no punches in going after Democratic Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton for “looking for sound bites for your failing presidential run” during a Budget Committee hearing Wednesday. Moulton, who announced his presidential campaign on April 22, was at odds with Crenshaw during a hearing on retirement security. The presidential wannabe accused Crenshaw of trying to ...

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Elizabeth Warren Immediately Fundraises Off Of Dissing Fox News

Less than an hour after Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren publicly rejected a town hall invitation from Fox New, Warren was using her diss of the news network to pump her supporters for donations. Warren’s Fox News boycott was designed to limit the network’s credibility with advertisers, she told supporters in a fundraising email. Warren asked supporters to donate to ...

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John Delaney Hits Liz Warren For Refusing Fox News Town Hall: ‘Not Using Your Town Hall, I Will’

2020 Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney criticized Sen. Elizabeth Warren Tuesday for turning down an offer from Fox News to participate in a town hall. The former Maryland representative said on Twitter he will use the platform if she refuses. If you're not using your town hall, I will. Democratic candidates have to campaign everywhere and talk to all voters. ...

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