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The truth about Flint Michigan’s water

Flint Michigan’s water problem is not a Republican scandal. But that doesn’t stop the opportunistic smear artists from claiming otherwise. What we learned from Hurricane Katrina: No matter what happens, it’s never the governor’s fault. What we’ve learned from the contaminated drinking water in Flint, Mich.: It’s always the governor’s fault. Flint no longer wanted to […]

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The Desperate Tactics of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Primary

Dick Morris points out that the Clintons deploy the B Team: The aging and raging ex-president, meanwhile, speaking to a half-filled gym in a New Hampshire school, ranted about Sanders’s “hypocrisy” in condemning his wife’s paid speeches. Sanders, too, has given paid speeches, Bill Clinton claimed. He’s got a point. In 2013, for example, Sanders […]

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Hillary ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Sheldon Adelson is not a conservative. Not even close

When you think of “big-money Republican donors”, Sheldon Adelson is always at the top of the list. The Las Vegas billionaire has a compelling story, growing up from nothing as the son of poor Jewish immigrant parents, to buying The Sands and building the Venetian — one of the most opulent casinos on the Strip. […]

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Valerie Jarrett Confronted Over Unequal Pay for Women in White House

“Good morning, Valerie,” Fiorina said, speaking to Jarrett on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. “I think, certainly, every woman on this panel and every woman across the nation agrees that equal pay for equal work is absolutely required. I also think it’s just a fact that laws exist on the books today, and if a woman is […]

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The American Comeback

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GOP Wins Big…

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Left rips Savage for blowing the lid off media exploitation of soldiers with PTSD?

Michael Savage has been ripped savagely for his comments about soldiers with PTSD in response to a caller on his national radio show. Mediaite in particular leaps on the headline: Michael Savage Rants Against Military PTSD Sufferers: ‘No Wonder ISIS Can Defeat’ Us’ It’s like a competition to see how many emotionally-charged words can be […]

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Romney’s sound suggestion for President Obama

Since the election, Mitt Romney has stayed mostly silent. And outside of a few sightings on planes and in restaurants, he’s stayed mostly invisible as well. As a losing opponent, one is in an unusual position. It must be extraordinarily tempting to say “well, I wouldn’t have done that” or “See? Look at the bad […]

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