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1. Want to Understand Trump's Travel Ban? - Take One Good Look at Europe
December 07, 2017

We live in a day when good sound reasoning has taken a permanent sabbatical to the land of PC fantasy. MSM, Democrats and liberals and well over half of academia’s darlings have chosen to abide where truth never darkens the door. This condition is best illustrated by President Trump’s recent retweet of videos posted by a British nationalist who stands against the Islamisation of the United Kingdom, which clearly show Muslims in acts of serious violent crimes. One video shows Muslims beating up a crippled Dutch boy who needed crutches to walk. Another video captures a Muslim smashing ... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

2. Lucy Sanders Launches New Drink Ware Review Website
October 06, 2017

Stay-at-home-mom turned businesswomen Lucy Sanders is taking her love of all things coffee from hobby to online enterprise, and has launched a new e-commerce venture. The new website,, is currently live. It focuses on Ms. Sanders’s previously mentioned love for coffee and shares her experiences not with the coffee itself, but instead with how it is consumed. Don’t be mistaken. It’s not a personal blog. Mug Zen is a professionally designed and maintained online product review business. The products Ms. Sanders’s and her team review consist of but are not limited ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Does Prophecy Speak to America's Election Result?
December 02, 2016

“But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.” – Hebrews 5: 14 There has not been a more perplexing turn of events in our politics in many years. Perhaps only at the birth of our nation or at the outset of the Civil War has there been this much distress, angst and civil discontent. Explaining what these events mean will be very difficult. Only those who know both history and true Biblical prophetic utterance can begin to make a reasonable explanation of recent events. At the m... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

4. Congress Renews US Sanctions Law on Iran
December 01, 2016

The U.S. Senate has given Congress' final approval to an extension of the American sanctions law against Iran that lawmakers of both parties say is critical to enforcing the international nuclear accord with Tehran. Thursday's tally was 99-0, with independent Bernie Sanders of Vermont the lone senator not to vote. The bill passed in the House of Representatives 419-1 last month. Lawmakers of both parties argued the United States must maintain leverage over...... (read more)

5. Political Insider Announces Article About 2016 Elections
November 20, 2016

The election of Donald Trump represents the repudiation of 8 years of a failed world-view, failed politics, failed economics and domestic policy and a misguided foreign policy. In a larger sense, they represent in addition, a repudiation of the preceding 8 years of domestic, economic and foreign policy. The Elites - including the elite bureaucrats working within the Beltway surrounding Washington D.C. - know they have lost the battle of promoting their leftist agenda over the will of the people. As with Brexit - the people have spoken - and the bureaucrats and co-conspiring media are surp... (read more)

Author: John Doe

6. Clinton, Trump Look for New Support in Battleground Election States
September 28, 2016

U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump headed Wednesday to political battleground states they need to win the November 8 election. Clinton is campaigning in the northeastern state of New Hampshire with her one-time rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, as she looks to woo younger voters who were attracted to his candidacy in the months-long campaign she eventually won.  Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, is campaigning...... (read more)

7. ‘Goat Man’ Among 2016 Ig Nobel Winners
September 23, 2016

Not to be confused with the august Nobel Prize, Thursday night saw the awarding of this year’s Ig Nobel Awards, which are given to scientific studies that “make people laugh, and then think.” While the studies are certainly offbeat, the science is real, but the awards are intended to “celebrate the unusual, honor the imaginative — and spur people's interest in science, medicine, and technology.” Here are the 2016 winners, awarded Thursday at Harvard University’s Sanders...... (read more)

8. Putin Denies Hacking DNC
September 02, 2016

Russian President Vladimir Putin maintained in an interview with media outlet Bloomberg that Russia had nothing to doing with the hacking of the U.S. Democratic National Committee. Thousands of the DNC's emails and documents were hacked earlier this year, revealing that the DNC gave preferential treatment to Hillary Clinton over her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.  Both were vying to become the party's presidential candidate. "Listen, does it even matter who hacked...... (read more)

9. US Senators Demand Answers from EpiPen Maker
August 30, 2016

A group of 20 senators expressed their continued dissatisfaction with pharmaceutical company Mylan's handling of a price hike for their EpiPen product in a letter to the company's CEO. Having come under fire in recent weeks for unprecedented price hikes of the EpiPen, Mylan has announced coupons and generic versions of the drug.  But the group of Democrat senators, which includes Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, remain unconvinced. "Your discount programs,...... (read more)

10. Trump, Clinton Vie for Votes in Battleground Pennsylvania
August 11, 2016

Bob Bolus is not shy about who he wants as America's next president. "I have a strong belief in Donald Trump," he said. "Trump's a leader; ISIS will be no more. Countries that pushed us around like North Korea, they're not going to push anymore." From "Make America Great Again" to "Build a Wall," Trump's campaign slogans adorn Bolus' tractor trailer, which he has parked outside Trump, Sanders, and Clinton rallies across the...... (read more)

11. Green Party Seeks Sanders Supporters to Expand Its Base
August 08, 2016

HOUSTON— The Green Party is appealing to disgruntled supporters of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and millions of young voters saddled with student loan debt in an attempt to challenge the two-party dominance of U.S. politics.   Political experts and pundits see little hope the small party can achieve that goal, but these same experts admit to having been confounded by many of this year’s developments. At the Green Party national convention Saturday in Houston, delegates nominated Massachusetts physician Jill Stein for the presidency, amid chants of “Jill, not Hill&rd... (read more)

12. Ousted From DNC, Wasserman Schultz Fighting to Stay in House
August 05, 2016

PEMBROKE PINES, FLA. — U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz easily won her South Florida district six times, but a Democratic primary challenge from a Bernie Sanders-backed law professor is making her seventh bid less than a sure bet, and her recent resignation as Democratic National Committee chairwoman hasn't helped. Tim Canova has raised about $2.8 million thanks to the former presidential candidate's endorsement, an almost unheard of amount for a first-time candidate and almost as much as Wasserman Schultz's $3 million. He is running an aggressive campaign, accusing Wass... (read more)

13. WikiLeaks Releases Stolen Audio From Top Democrats' Leaked Emails
July 27, 2016

WikiLeaks released 29 audio recordings Wednesday that it said were taken from Democratic National Committee servers. The voicemails, apparently copied from email accounts of seven DNC members, included party associates upset by Bernie Sanders influence on the Democratic Party. Reports say one caller did not want the Vermont senator to speak at the Democratic National Convention and was against Sander's choices for the party's 2016 platform. The latest release is the second in the last few days. The release of 20,000 emails just before the opening of the Democratic conventio... (read more)

14. In Gesture of Unity, Sanders Nominates Clinton
July 26, 2016

Hillary Clinton was nominated as the Democratic candidate for president at the DNC in Philadelphia.... (read more)

15. Nielsen: DNC Draws More First-night Viewers Than GOP Convention
July 26, 2016

The U.S.-based Nielsen television ratings company says about 3 million more people watched the first night of this week's Democratic political convention than the first night of last week's Republican convention. Nielsen announced Tuesday that an estimated 26 million people watched Monday between 10 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Eastern time, when the Democratic convention in Philadelphia featured speeches from first lady Michelle Obama and Democratic challenger Senator Bernie Sanders, who lost the nomination to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The ratings represent people wat... (read more)

16. Climate Change Issue Shows Rifts Between, Within Parties
July 26, 2016

"This election is about climate change, the greatest environmental crisis facing our planet," Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said Monday night in his speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The differences between the parties on this issue are stark. Many Republican leaders, including presidential nominee Donald Trump, deny the scientific consensus that greenhouse gas emissions attributed to humans are warming the planet dangerously. But the issue also has helped deepen the rift between Sanders and Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic presiden... (read more)

17. Democrats Seek Unity in Convention Backing Clinton
July 26, 2016

Democrats opened their national convention Monday in Philadelphia looking to put behind them a contentious primary season with some of their biggest voices uniting behind their presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who finished second to Clinton in the Democratic race, said the country needs leadership that brings people together instead of insulting Latinos, Muslims, women, African-Americans and veterans. "While Donald Trump is busy insulting one group after another, Hillary Clinton understands that our diversity is one of our greatest strengths... (read more)

18. Sanders Urges Supporters to Back Clinton as Democratic Convention Opens
July 26, 2016

PHILADELPHIA— U.S. Democrats opened their national convention in Philadelphia Monday amid renewed tension between backers of nominee-in-waiting Hillary Clinton and former rival Bernie Sanders. With many of his supporters angry about leaked emails from Democratic Party leaders that seemed to show a bias in favor of Hillary Clinton, Sanders sought to heal the party rift.  He urged his loyalists to support nominee-in-waiting Hillary Clinton. “I served with her in the United States Senate and know her as a fierce advocate for the rights of children, women and the disabled. Hill... (read more)

19. Sanders Urges Supporters to Back Clinton as Democratic Convention Opens
July 26, 2016

U.S. Democrats opened their national convention in Philadelphia Monday amid renewed tension between backers of nominee-in-waiting Hillary Clinton and former rival Bernie Sanders. Supporters of the insurgent candidacy are angry about leaked emails from Democratic Party officials that seem to show they preferred Clinton over Sanders in the primaries. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has more from Philadelphia.... (read more)

20. Democrats' Day One Tension Over Sanders Ends on High Note
July 25, 2016

PHILADELPHIA— With apologies and pleas, Democrats did everything possible to turn the first day of their convention from discord to unity – to emerge looking ahead to a party unified for victory in November.  Late in the evening when Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders emerged, loud applause kept the insurgent candidate from even speaking for several minutes.  Delegates who had booed the prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency earlier in the day seemed to accept Sanders’ plea to support her against Donald Trump in the November election.  They chanted his name and m... (read more)

21. LIVE BLOG: Democratic National Convention Begins in Philadelphia
July 25, 2016

emocrats are gathering in Philadelphia for the first day of the Democratic National Convention. Among the speakers Monday night are Bernie Sanders and first lady Michelle Obama. ... (read more)

22. US Democratic Party Convention Opens Amid Leaked Email Controversy
July 25, 2016

U.S. Democrats open their national convention Monday, set to affirm former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as the party's 2016 presidential nominee, but embroiled in controversy over leaked emails that show how Democratic party leaders sought to ease her path to the nomination by mocking her challenger, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, head of the Democratic National Committee, was pushed out of the post Sunday in the aftermath of the WikiLeaks disclosure of nearly 20,000 emails. She was jeered Monday by Sanders' supporters as she spoke to a group... (read more)

23. Post-Sanders, Can Clinton Energize Democratic Voters?
July 25, 2016

NASHUA, NH AND WASHINGTON— Over samosas and biryani, a monthly meeting of the Indian Association of New Hampshire quickly turns to talk of the U.S. election. "Whoever it is, a presidential candidate must be all-inclusive and take into consideration our demographic," says IANH President Balaji Radakrishnan. In the kitchen of Radakrishnan's Nashua, New Hampshire home, the debate centers on who would make a better president - former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or the Democratic senator from neighboring Vermont, Bernie Sanders. "This year, it is more exciting,... (read more)

24. US Democrats Vote Against Changing Superdelegates System
July 24, 2016

A U.S. Democratic Party rules group has voted against doing away with the superdelegate system demanded by supporters of former candidate Bernie Sanders. The role of superdelegates was the main topic of discussion at the party convention rules committee meeting Saturday, ahead of its national convention in the eastern U.S. city of Philadelphia where Hillary Clinton will formally accept the nomination for president. Superdelegates, elected officials and party insiders who can vote for the candidate of their choice at the convention, strongly favored Clinton. She had 602, versus the 48 ... (read more)

25. Top Democrats' Leaked Emails Appear to Paint Them as Clinton Partisans
July 23, 2016

Emails among Democratic Party leaders during the early stages of the 2016 presidential candidate selection process appear to show that party insiders mocked and criticized Senator Bernie Sanders, even while they were publicly claiming neutrality in the contest between him and Hillary Clinton, according to information made public by WikiLeaks. Nearly 20,000 emails, all apparently copied from email accounts of seven members of the Democratic National Committee, cover a period from January 2015 through May of this year — before Clinton's victory over Sanders was confirmed. Wiki... (read more)

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