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You Shook Up And Woke Up A Generation T.I. Pens Open Letter To President Barack Obama
Breitbart News Network: Walker hung out to dry..Chris Christie, fails to provide funds from the Republican's Gov Assoc. to help get Walker re-elected.
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There’s a lot of talk about “election tampering, ” and many on the left are blaming the Russians (with no proof) for “hacking” the election. However, it appears that a far bigger issue is illegals voting. Not only did Obama give illegals permission to vote during an interview, but in California, the state that gave Hillary her so-called “popular vote” win, illegals are issued drivers licenses at a place where legal Americans register to vote. This law has given 800k illegals a license to…
Trump has no real policies. He has campaign slogans with no real plans on how he'd accomplish those things so he's distracting us from that fact and diverting our attention from the real problem. Wealthy people and corporations, like him, who are bleeding this country dry, while controlling policy with the aid of the Republicans they give large campaign donations to. The Republicans, but Trump especially, wants 99% of Americans to turn on another, so our focus isn't on how little they pay in…
Trumponomics 101: Our view
Trumponomics 101 - The businessman's economic plans range from irresponsible to incoherent. "Just to pay off the debt and fund his tax cuts, Trump would have to come up with about $4 trillion a year. That’s almost what the entire government costs. Unless the United States won the Powerball lottery, there wouldn’t be any money left for national defense, Medicare or even for keeping the lights on in Trump’s Oval Office. Does this sound like financial genius?"
Ted Cruz expresses support for Indiana's 'religious freedom' law
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) weighed in on one of the week's most hot button political controversies with a statement issued late Monday evening expressing support for Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) and the state's proposed "religious freedom" law.
Ohio passes second bill restricting abortions, both await Gov. Kasich's signature - One bill would ban abortions after 20 weeks; another bill would ban abortions from the moment the heartbeat of a fetus can be detected -- which usually occurs about six weeks into a pregnancy.