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North Korea Endorses Trump

As far as newspaper endorsements go, this one’s a doozy. North Korea’s state-run media has endorsed Donald Trump calling him a “wise politician” and “far-sighted presidential candidate.” It also advises, “The president that U.S. citizens must vote for is not …

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Trump’s War On Hispanics

Facing two class action lawsuits, Donald Trump went on a twelve minute rant Friday against federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel who is presiding over one of the cases pending against Trump University. Trump, the billionaire reality TV host, is accused of …

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A Conservative Independent Is Coming

It’s no secret that longtime conservative writer and strategist Bill Kristol has been actively working to recruit a conservative alternative to Donald Trump to run as an independent candidate this fall. Kristol, editor of Weekly Standard, is not alone. Former …

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Libertarians Out Of The Wilderness

With two unbelievably unpopular major party presidential candidates, and voters telling pollsters they want more options, Libertarians have once again turned to former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson to lead them out of the political wilderness and onto the fall …

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Trump Is A Drought Of Truthfulness

“There is no drought!” Campaigning in Fresno, California on Friday Donald Trump made that remarkable — and false — statement. California is, in fact, in midst of a drought. Last year capped the state’s driest four-year period in its history, …

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Clinton Prosecutor Fired As Baylor President

Ken Starr, the man who championed morality in the 1990’s and burned through $90 million taxdollars to discover President Bill Clinton had lied about oral sex with an intern, today was removed as president of Baylor University in wake of …

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Hillary’s Sloppy Sloppy Emails

Hillary Clinton should have known better. Her recklessness on the security of her emails as Secretary of State raises serious questions of whether she has the expertise necessary to be president in 2017. It’s just that serious. I’ve voiced my …

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Your Guide: Top Ten Battleground States

Do you wonder why after Labor Day every four years the presidential candidates, and the national media, seem to spend all their time in only a few states? As I explained in my book Front Row Seat at the Circus: …

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Battleground Virginia: All Tied Up

A trifecta of states — Florida, Ohio and Virginia — are likely to determine which candidate reaches 270 electoral votes this November. A new Roanoke College poll finds Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tied at 38 percent among likely voters. …

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Americans Want To See Your Tax Returns

Nearly seventy percent of Americans believe presidential candidates should be required to release their tax returns according to a new poll released this morning. And that includes six of ten Republicans. Richard Nixon released his tax returns. So did Ronald …

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