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Responding to concerns that Texas public school students would no longer learn about Hillary Clinton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Helen Keller and defenders of the Alamo, the State Board of Education took a final vote Friday to reject recommendations from board-created working groups to remove the figures from social studies curriculum.The board on Friday unanimously approved the curriculum, cementing dozens of changes the panel made earlier this week. The new learning requirements will go into effect... [Read More]
On Election Day and into the following week, it appeared Republicans in California would retain four the seven competitive congressional seats in districts Hillary Clinton carried in 2016. But as e…... [Read More]
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Responding to concerns that Texas public school students would no longer learn about Hillary Clinton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Helen Keller and defenders of the Alamo, the State Board of Education took a final vote Friday to reject recommendations from board-created working groups to remove the figures from social studies curriculum.The board on Friday unanimously approved the curriculum, cementing dozens of changes the panel made earlier this week. The new learning requirements will go into effect... [Read More]
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House Democrats said they want to learn more about a deceased GOP activist who sought Hillary Clinton's private emails, and whether he served as a conduit between the Trump campaign and Russia-tied groups in 2016. [Read More]
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Texas's Board of Education on Friday approved restoring lessons featuring Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller in the state's history curriculum.Members of the board gave their formal approval on Friday, ... [Read More]
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Prominent current and former Democratic officials are sending a coordinated message about undecided races in Florida in Georgia, telling constituents and the media that the elections in the closely-watched races will be considered stolen if the Democratic candidates end up losing. Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told an audience at the University of Texas at... [Read More]
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Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee are prepared to subpoena former FBI Director James Comey and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch for depositions in their ongoing investigations of FBI and Justice Department officials' conduct during probes of Donald Trump's campaign and Hillary Clinton's emails, according to a person familiar with the plans. Comey will be ordered to appear for a deposition on Nov. 29, while Lynch will be ordered to appear on Dec. 5. Panel rules stipulate that Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., must give 48 hours' notice before issuing the subpoenas. [Read More]
An extinction-level event for the GOP. Orange County, California, has traditionally been a stronghold for the GOP. Not anymore. With the Associated Press declaring on Thursday that Democrat Katie Porter prevailed over Republican Rep. Mimi Walters, and Democrat Gil Cisneros narrowly pulling ahead in a race to replace retiring Republican Rep. Ed Royce as of Friday morning, it appears the blue wave may have wiped away all of Orange County's GOP representatives. These maps tell the tale: Christina Animashaun/Vox ... [Read More]
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Texas' Board of Education has approved future changes to the history curriculum that retain lessons on Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller, as well as instruction about how Moses influenced America's Founding Fathers and how clashes over states' rights helped cause the Civil War. Members gave formal approval Friday to edits "streamlining" …... [Read More]
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"who decided to create the system?" [Read More]
Under Oath About Private Email Server. [Read More]
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HedRe: Hillary Clinton, Keller off chopping block - Board proposed dropping them from curriculum, Wednesday news story.The State Board of... [Read More]
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This year Cambridge Scholar Publishers issued a book edited by Barry University professor Laura Finley and me, "Trumpism: The Politics of Gender in a Post-Propitious America." The inspiration for the book was the bizarre and troubling fact that more than 50 percent of white women who went to the polls in 2016 voted for President Trump. [Read More]
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House Republicans in districts Hillary Clinton won in 2016 were largely washed away in the Democratic wave last week — but three managed to hang on. [Read More]
In one sense, average Texans can sympathize with members of the State Board of Education who have to choose between, say, Helen Keller or Hillary Clinton in determining curriculum guidelines for the state's 5.4 million students in public schools. Both of those people are important to our history for different reasons - even if you voted against Clinton in 2016. After all, she was the nation's first female presidential candidate from a major political party, and a former first lady at that. And Keller is one of the most inspiring and significant figures in the long struggle to... [Read More]
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"HILLARY Clinton ran a paedophile ring out of a pizza restaurant and Bush was behind 9/11." We've all seen these kinds of things pop out at us. Shocking stories. The kind of stories tha…... [Read More]
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According to the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Justice Department is about to indict and prosecute Julian Assange, a journalist whose life has already been destroyed through his... [Read More]
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Joey Weatherford cartoon on Hillary Clinton and the 2020 presidential election. [Read More]
Susan Collins was quoted in a Nov. 10 Portland Press Herald article about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. When asked about ranked-choice voting, she stated: "The issue with ranked-choice voting is that it can result in the person who received the most votes not being selected to represent the people of Maine." Well, it seems that she forgot about the 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton received 65,845,063 votes to Donald Trump's 62,980,160 votes. Which means that the winner, Trump, received 2,864,903 fewer votes than the loser, Clinton, but is representing the people of Maine as well as... [Read More]
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