Monthly Archives: November 2015

NH Polls: Hillary Clinton Has Tough Times Ahead

Polling of New Hampshire voters’ preference for the Democratic primary February 9 sheds little light on who’ll emerge the winner

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Hillary Clinton

Following former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

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GOP donors wrestle with possibility of Trump nomination

When asked who he would vote for if the presidential race comes down to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the former mayor of Los Angeles and a longtime Republican establishment figure, Dick Riordan, says: “I would probably go find a deserted island.”  

“I think Hillary is disgusting,”

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Activists call on Gambia gov’t to release environmentalists

DAKAR, Senegal (AP)

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Captain Higgins for Christmas

You remember Capt. Clay Higgins, right? He

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Obama seeks global climate pact in Paris, amid resistance at home

 

President Obama set out Monday to help seal a global climate pact at the opening of a major summit in Paris, though he faces stiff opposition at home from congressional Republicans and states worried his proposals will cost thousands of jobs.    

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What If Rick Perry Does Get Back In?

Rick Perry might make news by tomorrow. December 1, 2015, is the deadline to get on the ballot in Tennessee. A Super PAC has been created to try to push Perry back into the race. The deadline for getting on the ballot in Tennessee is tomorrow.

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The

The New York Times reports on the

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Supreme Court justice blocks Native Hawaiian vote count

FILE - In a Friday, Oct. 23, 2015 file photo, Bill Meheula, left, an attorney for Nai Aupuni, speaks to reporters outside U.S. District Court in Honolulu. A U.S. Supreme Court justice on Friday issued a temporary stay blocking the counting of votes in an election that would be a significant step toward Native Hawaiian self-governance. Justice Anthony Kennedy�s order also stops the certification of any winners pending further direction from him or the entire court. (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy, File)

FILE – In a Friday, Oct. 23, 2015 file photo, Bill Meheula, left, an attorney for Nai Aupuni, speaks to reporters outside U.S. District Court in Honolulu. A U.S. Supreme Court justice on Friday issued a temporary stay blocking the counting of votes in an election that would be a significant step toward Native Hawaiian self-governance.

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The Cult of Death that Hates America

There is a cult of death that hates America. It worships what it sees is the right of man to give and take life when it becomes a threat to its way of life. This cult has been aiming to see the end of America as we know it for a long time,

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