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Imagine the chaos if Clinton’s super delegates win her the primary regardless of popular vote

Woe the Democrat leadership if their plan to coronate the wicked witch of New York/Arkansas as queen is in controversy with popular vote. Bernie statistically tied the queen in Iowa and soundly crushed her in New Hampshire, so how is it that Clinton is leading Sanders in the count that matters – delegates. Back in August, I mentioned that Hillary ...

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Tie between Bernie and Hillary in Iowa Caucus solved with .. a coin toss [video]

Iowa DNC uses coin toss to decide election

We couldn’t make this stuff up. DNC reps decide that a tie at a Democrat caucus precinct should be decided in the same fashion as an NFL kickoff. This is how the #IowaCaucus works. A tie is solved tossing a coin @HillaryClinton wins pic.twitter.com/yZDTUKFJXQ — Fernando Peinado (@FernandoPeinado) February 2, 2016 Considering how tight the Iowa race was, normally you’d ...

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Bernie Sanders releases new ad – “America” [video]

Set to the Simon and Garfunkel folk rock tune “They’ve All Come to Look for America”, Bernie Sanders’ new ad is a pure “look how many people love me” play with no substantive message at all. But hey.. if it works .. sell it! Of course there is the fact that the song tells a story of a man who ultimately ...

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Government Simply Will Not Leave Us To Hell Alone

Even with Hillary and Bernie telling us that Obamacare is one of the great accomplishments of Barack Obama, they still want to push harder with more government control of healthcare for all Americans. Even with the Dodd-Frank regulation tying banks into knots and causing banking failures, Hillary and Bernie still want to hit America’s finance system harder with more restrictive ...

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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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The Bernie Sanders Phenomenon – What It Says about America and the Democrat Party Is Nothing Good.

Bernie Sanders, an avowed Socialist, is battling Secretary Clinton for the Democrat Party’s nomination for president. In spite of Clinton’s massive initial lead over him, Senator Sanders is now polling ahead of her in both New Hampshire and Iowa. More importantly Sanders is drawing much larger and more enthusiastic crowds than she does whenever he speaks. A CNN poll shows ...

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Hillary Clinton reliving 2012 as Sanders overtakes her in key state

Without her having to shed a tear, Hillary Clinton is reliving her failed bid for President in 2012 according to a recent poll. In a just released Boston Herald-Franklin Pierce College poll, Hillary Clinton would lose the early primary state of New Hampshire to Bernie Sanders 43.6% to 36.5% which is outside the margin of error of 4.7%. Sanders, a self-described socialist, ...

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Where to see the Presidential candidates this Sunday

Sunday is a day for a deeper look at the people and events that shaped the week. Time for family, church, community and .. the Sunday news shows. Here’s where the GOP candidates will be appearing on Sunday, August 9th, 2015. ABC’s “This Week” will host Donald Trump, Mike Huckabee, John Kasich and Rick Perry NBC’s “Meet the Press” will ...

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Does Modern Populism Have an Answer to Modern Political Problems?

For many efficaciously disillusioned Americans, populism is the sole redeeming hope on which hangs a return to political virtue. Yet, modern populists, both left and right, have a spotty record of success. True, the Tea Party and anti-Wall Street, class warfare leftists have seen electoral success in the last couple of elections. However, after assuming power, they have done little. ...

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Keep the Crazy Away from Sharp Objects & Sharp Comments

I’m strongly in favor of keeping the mentally ill away from firearms and I’m coming around to approving any policy that keeps crazy ‘journalists’ away from a keyboard, too. Case in point is Salon.com writer Arthur Chu. His rant titled “It’s not about mental illness: The big lie that always follows mass shootings by white males” makes Alex Jones sound ...

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