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WASHINGTON — Sen. Bernie Sanders made clear Sunday he’ll raise taxes if elected president. “Yes, we have to raise individual tax rates substantially higher than they are today, because almost all o...
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Critics say new law is unfair to people who are old enough to fight for their country but not buy cigarettes
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#148528
Do you ever feel like you didn’t make the most of your time as a four-year-old? Your inner child is in luck — but only if your outer adult can afford to enroll in “adult preschool."
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#148529
The Minnesota Senate on Monday approved John Hoffmanu0027s (D-MN) bill to change the name
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manhattan

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MANHATTAN, 1956 EASTER
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The Minnesota Senate on Monday approved John Hoffmanu0027s (D-MN) bill to change the name
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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney attacked real estate mogul and 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday, telling a CNN reporter he thinks Trump's remarks on illegal immigrants were a “severe error.”
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Tomah VA whistle blower Ryan Honl met President Barack Obama during the president's trip to La Crosse Thursday.
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Star Trek star George Takei apologized Friday for calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas a "clown in blackface" in remarks he made after the Court's ruling to legalize same-sex marriage last week.
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Vermont liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday that the majority of gun owners are responsible and obey the law. Appearing on CNN's State of the Union Sunday, Sanders said that a gun manufacturer should be no more responsible for a murder performed by their product than a hammer manufacturer is responsible if someone beat someone over the head with a hammer. Sanders was taking on detractors who have pointed to a bill he voted for that shields firearms manufacturers from being sued by gun violence victims. Presidential rival Hillary Clinton made reference to this bill in New Hampshire Saturday, saying that it was the height of irresponsibility not to talk about it. Sanders noted Sunday that he has a pretty poor grade of a D- from the National Rifle Association and has voted for the assault weapons ban. Sanders suggested that he could broker a serious debate and action on guns, but that it won't happen if we have extreme positions on both sides.
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#148536
Rising federal debt threatens to choke economic growth within a decade, beginning a death spiral that will sap revenue from government programs even as demands grow, forcing the government to borrow even more, Congress’ budget watchdog said in a frightening report Tuesday.
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#148537

Imgur

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Imgur: full of all the magic and wonders of the Internet.
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#148538
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton It's been an historic week and although I am not surprised by the Supreme Court decisions, they saddened me beyond belief. I
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#148539
As the Federal Reserve winds down its printing-money-like-a-drunken-sailor program, otherwise known as quantitative easing (in most banana republics they still call it printing money), it seems like a good time to stare into the crystal ball and try and discern what is ahead for the U.S. bond market and the financial situation of the country as a whole.
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#148540
As we celebrate our independence this weekend, we probably also should mourn it. No, we arent reverting back to British subjects, but we are becoming subjects again. There is a new hierarchy dominating much of our discourse and social interaction that creates a coveted status for victims. When once we declared our independence because of oppression, now being oppressed is a sought-after status.
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(Content warning: She uses the N-word once and another racial slur once repeating quotes) On the heels of actor George Takei’s inflammatory ? Continue reading ?
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#148543
Ronald Bailey asks what it would take to convince the right that global warming is real. Well, here's what it would take.
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#148544

I’m offended: Ban everything

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I’m offended: Ban everything
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#148545
One hundred and fifty years after the end of the Civil War, it is becoming increasingly clear that there are two Americas—one where the principles of constitutionally limited government and individual liberty are still revered, the other where statism and the trampling of individual rights are on the rise. Widespread resistance at the state level, however, will require two elements: strong governors and strong state legislatures willing to vigorously assert their 10th amendment rights.
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#148546
The backlash against the Confederate flag has claimed a beloved television icon, but episode-for-episode, The Dukes of Hazzard was blacker than two of the biggest shows the North has ever produced.
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Many people hold up the case of Zachery Anderson, who at 19 had sex with a minor who lied about her age, as a reason to rethink who’s registered.
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#148548
It begins… Leftists want the Minnesota flag taken down because it shows white men working on a farm and an ...
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#148549
Jim Webb decided to announce his presidential campaign on Thursday, the getaway day before a major federal holiday, which greatly limits press coverage of his entrance into the race. That alone hin...
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The United States is the #1 exporter of freedom – and all this other stuff. Subscribe for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV3Nm3T-XAgVhKH9jT0ViR...
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