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    Why would you trade the best for something less?
    How long are you willing to wait for help in an emergency situation? Are you willing to risk the life of a loved one by waiting an extra 10 minutes and 36 seconds for help to arrive? Think about it, because that’s what you’re going to...
  • Milwaukee brew: Dems talk white people, trade, immigrant workers, big money
    Milwaukee brew: Dems talk white people, trade, immigrant workers, big money
    Democratic presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced off in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Thursday night to help voters decide which one of these two candidates better represents their own views, and voters tuning in to take a closer...
  • Sanders blasted Henry Kissinger in Democratic debate and he is correct
    Sanders blasted Henry Kissinger in Democratic debate and he is correct
    In the Democratic debate Thursday night, Senator Bernie Sanders questioned Hillary Clinton’s statement that she often gets advice from former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. In her book and on the campaign stump, Clinton has said that...
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    Rochester, N.Y., high school taking part in World Hijab Day
    As any liberal will bequick to point out, education and religion don't mix. The reason, they will tell you, usually with more than a hint of impatience, is the so-called "establishment clause" inthe First Amendment of the U.S....
  • PBS NewsHour 2016 Democratic Debate (Part 2)
    PBS NewsHour 2016 Democratic Debate (Part 2)
    Moderator’s question: “So many people will be surprised to find out that we are sitting in one of the most racially polarized metropolitan areas in the country. By the middle of this century, the nation is going to be majority nonwhite...
  • PBS NewsHour 2016 Democratic Debate (Part 1)
    PBS NewsHour 2016 Democratic Debate (Part 1)
    Tonight the Democratic Debate hosted by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff of PBS NewsHour begins with Senator Bernie Sanders making his opening statement after winning a coin toss. Senator Sanders opened with a story about the poor presidential...
  • Ceasefire reached for Syria
    U.S., Russia agree on humanitarian aid, ceasefire for Syria
    Secretary of State John Kerry said tonight that agreement has been reached in war-torn Syria for the delivery of life-saving humanitarian aid to civilians. Kerry stated "We have agreed to accelerate and expand the delivery of humanitarian aid...
  • Subpoena for Clinton Foundation underscores 'money influences politics' concern
    Subpoena for Clinton Foundation underscores 'money influences politics' concern
    A State Department subpoena, received by the Clinton Foundation, is being reported in various media Thursday, as many Democrats are still hurting over the "very artful smear" allegation made by presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton...
  • It's Over!
    It’s over: Final four at Malheur NWR surrender after one tense holdout
    It took hours of often tense coaxing, live streamed over the Internet to thousands of listeners, but the standoff at Southeast Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge ended Thursday morning as the last of four remaining protesters walked...
  • Sanders Socialism Speech
    The socialism speech Sanders should give
    In March 2008, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama addressed the issue of race with a heralded speech that put the matter to rest in the minds of most voters. This year, with ‘socialism’ becoming the new N-word, Sen. Bernie...
  • Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
    PBS Democratic Debate Tonight
    It’s February 11, 2016, and the field of viable presidential candidates on the Democratic side of the ticket is narrowed down to Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Tonight at 9:00 p.m. from the Helen Bader...
  • Colt snakes
    Busted: Reports about gun control v. gun safety are misleading
    News reports dealing with two developments on the gun control front, yesterday in Maryland and Monday in Georgia, underscore the ongoing effort by anti-gunners to hide their agenda behind the guise of “gun safety.”Meanwhile, a story...
  • Tough choices face the hungry in South Carolina
    Primary state South Carolina has high hunger rates
    South Carolina is the next presidential primary (Feb.20) with debates taking place tonight for the Democrats and Saturday for the Republicans. One of the big issues facing the state is hunger, especially among children.According to the latest data...
  • Christ is gone
    Thinning the herd: Five 'viable' GOP candidates left standing
    Wednesday’s departures from the Republican primary race by Carly Fiorina and thenChris Christie leave five “viable” GOP candidates, according to Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, suggesting that Dr. Ben Carson might consider...
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    Slumlords can’t just do anything they want on their property
    It is amazing how many people actually believe that they have the Constitutional right to do anything they want as long as they are on their own property. However, the Constitution does not give people that right, so maybe they should take a few...
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