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A sometimes fawning, sometimes revealing, New York Times launches Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign


It’s official, or, as official as it’s going to get without the candidate herself saying so, but The New York Times has launched former first lady, U.S. senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2016 bid for president as the Democratic Party nominee. In a revealing piece published Saturday, the paper was at times fawning in its praise of Hillary, but at other times surprisingly ...

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Vulnerable Democrats Show True Colors on Keystone


Harry Reid and the rest of the party have jumped on the hypocrite bandwagon with both feet Democrats have now declared that they will push forward the legislation they have been arguing against for several years and allow the Keystone pipeline to be built Obama won’t sign it but pushing for the legislation now makes for good campaigning in Democrat races still ...

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The petulant unions in Wisconsin won’t leave Gov. Walker alone: See what they are planning next


Wisconsin unions are still upset at Gov. Scott Walker for pushing through legislation two years ago that restored the First Amendment’s freedom of association guarantee to the state’s teachers Now, state labor unions are suing Walker to force him to boost the state’s minimum wage Economists for decades, as well as the CBO, have proven that boosting the minimum wage ...

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In new China emissions deal, Obama gets little but gives away the store – and millions of U.S. jobs (again)


Americans are loathe to believe that a president could have dishonorable intentions towards his own country, but the facts are what they are: Obama does consider American interests first and foremost, as this week’s ‘emissions reduction’ agreement with China demonstrates (once again) Americans are loathe to believe that a president could have dishonorable intentions towards his own country. But when that president ...

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Shameful NAACP can’t even congratulate South Carolina’s first African American senator because he’s a Republican


One of the notable highlights of this year’s midterms was the election of South Carolina’s Tim Scott, an African-American, to the United States Senate Scott becomes his state’s first African-American U.S. senator, but because he’s a Republican, he has gotten no recognition or congratulations from one of the nation’s oldest civil rights groups, the NAACP Interestingly, the NAACP had already given ...

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