#338051
Ted Cruz has a bit of an image problem while Rand Paul has a bit of a message problem. Cruz is more consistent but obviously more maligned. Both men are highly intelligent. Cruz is traditionalist while Paul thinks outside the box. Both men hold our rule of law in very high regard but at the end of the day each possesses a bit of what the other lacks.
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#338052
Do you run a government agency but hate complying with the law? Then you need DC Matic, the Hillary Clinton-approved email server! Here's how it works: First...
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#338053
Hands Up! Deray McKesson and Johnetta Elzie (ShordeeDooWhop) who helped whip up the Ferguson mobs were named by Fortune Magazine as two of the world's greatest leaders. DeRay came to St. Louis from Minnesota for the past several months to…
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#338054
WASHINGTON -- Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, the Nevada Democrat who has led his party's troops since 2005, announced Friday he will not seek re-election.
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#338055
From the top tier to the hopeless, my odds for the current candidates.
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#338056
As he pulls together his expected presidential campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire, Sen. Rand Paul is confronted by defections from an unexpected quarter: the die-hard idealists whose energy powered his father’s campaigns. That network of committed supporters was expected to convey to Paul, the natural successor to Ron Paul’s libertarian...
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#338057
"Without Pharrell our planet would not survive," says indoctrinated youth.
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#338058
Senator Harry Reid, the tough tactician who has led Senate Democrats since 2005, said he had been contemplating retiring from the Senate for months.
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#338059
Senator Harry Reid, the tough tactician who has led Senate Democrats since 2005, said he had been contemplating retiring from the Senate for months.
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#338060
Yesterday on CBS This Morning, Sen. Ted Cruz revealed that his taste in music changed after 9/11 and he became a fan of country music. "Country music collect...
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#338061
Can we get a recount? That’s the natural reaction to this headline in the U.K. Guardian: “Russell Brand voted world's fourth most influential thinker.” Hannah Ellis-Peterson relayed "the comedian turned activist has now earned the nod of approval from one of Britain’s most influential current affairs magazines, whose readers have voted him fourth in their annual table of the world’s top thinkers."
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#338062
On Wednesday, California Democrat Barbara Lee proposed a resolution in the House of Representatives that claims women will eventually be forced into prostitution in order to obtain life-sustaining food and water for their families.
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#338063
Mark Levin argued that President Obama believes "Israel as presently formed, as presently exists, is illegitimate"
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#338064
This had to be one of the more telling moments about the emptiness of Hillary Clinton's campaign.  When Mika Brzezinski asked Morning Joe panel members today to describe Hillary's message "in ten seconds or less," they burst into laughter.  "Why is that funny?" demanded Mika, surely knowing the answer: that Hillary stands for nothing much more than "it's my turn, dammit!" But that didn't stop Anne Gearan of the Washington Post from piping up, claiming "I can answer that.  It's 'I'm on your side and they're not."  As Newsbuster Ken Shepherd has detailed, Gearan has been "ready for Hillary" for a long time. But in fairness, perhaps Gearan is on to something.  Hillary really is on your side . . . assuming you've donated a minimum of a million bucks to the Clinton Foundation.
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#338065
A senior House Democrat has once again issued an apocalyptic warning that climate change will hit women harder than men, and that it could drive millions of poor women to engage in "transactional sex" in order to provide food and water for their families. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.)...
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#338066
Jon Stewart misses her point.
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#338067
The U.S. Senate’s most outspoken contrarian, Ted Cruz, became the first official 2016 candidate to launch a bid for the White House Monday. Despite the fact that he’s highly controversial within his own party, it has long been known that
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#338068
(Watch Dog) - State Sen. Sen. Ernie Chambers isn’t backing down. The state lawmaker from Omaha defiantly stood Thursday on the floor of the Nebraska Legislature and rejected many of his colleagues’ calls for him to apologize — or even resign — for comparing cops to ISIS terrorists and suggesting he’d shoot a cop if he ...
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#338069
Latest developments in Yemen and Iraq are evidence that the poison from Obama's "New Beginning" with Mideast Muslims just keeps spreading.
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#338070
#338071
Majorities of the 1,706 adults surveyed favor President Obama, like Obamacare, support amnesty, favor high taxes, and say government should redistribute wealth. Yet a 54% of Californians--and 44% of Democrats--say that the Keystone XL pipeline should be built, contrary to Obama's veto.
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#338072
An article which appeared today in the German magazine, PI-News, reports that during a six-month break from his job with … Continue reading
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#338073
#TheRefinery crew talk about the insular and stifling nature of college campuses, and how "safe spaces" serve to further partition off reality from campus li...
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#338074
Breitbart News analyzed the Washington Post fact check column for all of 2015 and found that so far this year Republicans and their claims have been targeted twice as often as Democrats and their claims. A good faith search revealed
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#338075
Rush Limbaugh predicted Hillary Clinton's supporters will trying to mute criticism by branding it as sexist on Thursday.
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