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  • Presidential candidate Donald Trump, (R), who deleted an insulting tweet about Jeb Bush, claiming that he is required to like Mexican immigrants "because of his wife."
    Donald Trump deletes insulting tweet about Jeb Bush's wife
    Billionaire Presidential candidate Donald Trump, (R), who has been at the center of controversy because of disparaging remarks he made about Mexican immigrants, withdrew his insulting tweet about former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, (R), and his wife...
  • Voters
    The Not Quite Independent Independent Voter
    Several recent polls confirm an apparent long-term trend within the American electorate of increasing number of voters identifying as Independents and not as Democrats or Republicans.According to the Gallup organization, 43 percent of Americans...
  • Sarah Palin
    The Sarah Palin Channel doing so bad it's now giving away all content for free
    Just one year ago in July 2014, the Sarah Palin Channel debuted as an alternative news outlet for conservative viewers. Now after a less than stellar roll out, all content will be made available for free.In an attempt to tap into a frustrated...
  • Donald Trump
    Donald Trump could drop out of the Republican primary election
    Right out of the gate Donald Trump slipped up like a bad horse at the derby. From referring to Mexican immigrants as "rapists" and "murders," to comparing them to Jeb Bush's wife, "The Donald" has taken a beating...
  • Rush Limbaugh on gay youth
    Rush Limbaugh: Hillary set up 'Humans of New York' photo op of 'phony' gay youth
    A photo of an 8-year-old boy went viral over the Fourth of July holiday weekend on the "Humans of New York" Facebook page. The photo was a snap shot of a young gay male sitting on a stoop in New York, but some in the right-wing media...
  • Donald Trump
    Donald Trump compares Jeb Bush's wife to an illegal Mexican
    When Donald Trump announced on June 16 that he was going to be running for the Republican nomination for president, it came as a shock to most Americans who thought the billionaire mogul was all talk on the subject. From his first campaign...
  • Secretary of State John Kerry, who is at least somewhat hopeful that an agreement with Iran will be reached.
    John Kerry is cautiously optimistic about talks with Iran; precarious situation
    Secretary of State John Kerry is at least somewhat optimistic that talks with Iran will result in an agreement among all the participating P5+1 nations (Britain, China, France, Russia, and the United States plus Germany). Kerry warned that...
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, (D), who took the time to tweet a young, gay boy who was afraid for his future because of homophobia.
    Hillary Clinton offers support to young gay boy
    Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, (D), took time out of her very busy campaign schedule to tweet a young, gay boy who was worried about his future. The boy was worried that "nobody" would like him...
  • Jesse Ventura
    Jesse Ventura prepping to run for president in 2016
    The 2016 presidential election is getting crowded with candidates. With about a half dozen names filling in slots for the Democratic nomination, 14 names now occupy the Republican field. While there is a wide range of in house candidates, one...
  • Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, (I), who is attracting huge crowds at speaking engagements. Most of his money comes from individual donors. Sanders doesn't accept corporate donations.
    Bernie Sanders attracts huge crowds; no corporate donors
    Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, (I), is attracting momentous crowds reminiscent of the kinds attracted by Robert Kennedy in 1968. Sanders attributes it to his call for a "political revolution" and his ability to resonate with average...
  • Bernie Sanders
    Bernie Sanders' massive crowds show that the Democratic primary is far from over
    Ten thousand people. That's the number of Bernie Sanders supporters who showed up earlier this week at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Madison, Wisconsin. That number is, by far, the largest gathering of any candidate running for president...
  • The mystery centering around Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, (D), and her "Secret Santa" may have been solved.
    Hillary's Secret Santa may have been uncovered; email mystery solved?
    With all the tumultuous controversy surrounding the emails released by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, (D), during a Presidential campaign, spiraling questions regarding one email in particular have arisen steadily over the last few...
  • Donald Trump
    Gutless
    Donald Trump will not be the Republican nominee for president in 2016, but one of the myriad of other announced and not-yet-announced candidates will be, and he or she will have to deal with the fallout from the New York mogul’s outrageous...
  • Jim Webb announces candidacy; would not have invaded Iraq
    Jim Webb announces candidacy; would not have invaded Iraq
    Accomplished author and former Virginia Senator Jim Webb, (D), posted a 2,000 word email and announced his candidacy for President with a hailstorm of criticism of the policies that led to America's invasion of Iraq and use of military force...
  • Bill O'Reilly
    Fox News host freaks, claims Christian bakers will be forced to make Nazi cakes
    After the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage last week, essentially legalizing it in all 50 states, the right wing backlash has come hard and fast. The place where the backlash is front and center is Fox News, where...
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