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When the 15-member Texas State Board of Education voted preliminarily this month on streamlining cuts to the state's social studies curriculum, it made its usual splash. The verdict: Moses (whose "principles of laws and government institutions informed the American founding documents"), the "heroic" defenders of the Alamo and the "Arab rejection of the State of Israel" as the source of Middle East conflict are in. Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller are out. The decision to pare down the curriculum is a wise... [Read More]
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HILLARY Clinton would beat Donald Trump by a landslide if the 2016 US presidential election were held today, a new survey has revealed. [Read More]
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Hillary Clinton says the president can "absolutely" be the subject of a criminal investigation. [Read More]
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The former secretary of state discussed some serious topics on Stephen Colbert's show Friday. [Read More]
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GOP Congressman Paul Gosar forcefully denounced his family on Saturday over the decision of six of his brothers and sisters to endorse his Democratic opponent Dr. David Brill in a campaign commercial. In an angry three-part tweet storm, the Arizona conservative declared them "disgruntled" supporters of Hillary Clinton and likened their actions to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. Read the full article on The Wrap... [Read More]
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It was just a short email that British music publicist Rob Goldstone tapped out on his iPhone on a Friday morning in June 2016 in an effort to land a meeting for his client. In retrospect, he admits, he "puffed up" some details when he promised Donald Trump Jr. incriminating information about Hillary Clinton as part of a Russian government effort to help the Trump campaign. The hastily composed missive thrust Goldstone into the center of an investigative storm. [Read More]
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Michael Moore opened up about his opinion of Barack Obama, telling late night host Bill Maher that he "loved" the former president and he might be the best person to serve in office for the rest of Moore's life. "I love President Obama; we may not have a better president in my lifetime," Moore said Friday while stopping by "Real Time With Bill Maher" to promote his new documentary "Fahrenheit 11/9." Moore said that while he was a committed Democrat who supported both Bernie Sanders and later Hillary Clinton, he was not afraid to be tough on everyone... [Read More]
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Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore on Friday night blamed former President Obama in part for Hillary Clinton's loss to President Trump in Michigan during the 2016 presidential election.Moore, during an appearance on H... [Read More]
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Hillary Clinton issued a warning to the American people on Friday night, telling the "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" that President Trump was putting the U.S. republic in danger. "I really want people to take it seriously regardless of who you voted for, whether you even voted, and think about why our democracy is in crisis, and I don't use the word lightly. I really regret using the word because I wish it weren't the case," she said. Read the full article on The Wrap... [Read More]
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The former First Lady and Presidential Candidate appeared on the late night talk show to promote her new book, What Happened, which is now out in paperback. [Read More]
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During her lengthy interview with Stephen Colbert last night, Hillary Clinton asked what has become of the Republican party. [Read More]
Let's make a dealI tell you what. If you stop hating people that ride bicycles, Boulder, immigrants, the environment, the media, Muslims, black athletes that take a knee, composting, science, protesters and Hillary Clinton, we will stop calling in with mean comments about Trump. [Read More]
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Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage... [Read More]
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Imagine the hubris it takes to open 17 sandwich shops in the DC area and then have your picture and video of you shown nationally meeting with Donald Trump. The District of Columbia gave over 90% of its vote to Hillary Clinton, and then voted with their pocketbooks by avoiding Taylor Gourmet to the point where they announced they're out of business, as of tomorrow. Donald Trump, the kiss of death, strikes again. Source: Washingtonian Taylor Gourmet will close all 17 of its DC-area stores after Sunday, September 23. Friday is the last day... [Read More]
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Hillary Clinton has deluded herself into thinking she is still widely beloved by the American electorate. [Read More]
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Political polling Regarding "Cruz leads O'Rourke in new survey" (Front page, Wednesday), we are told that a new Quinnipiac University poll asked 807 "likely Texas voters" their opinion of who they would vote for in the upcoming Texas U.S. Senate race. This would be almost laughable if it wasn't so ridiculous. There are more than 15 million Texans who are registered voters. And... [Read More]
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Introducing former Secretary of State, U.S. Senator, First Lady, author, and person who won the popular vote by three million votes Hillary Clinton, Stephen Colbert had to wait for his audience's extended applause to die down. And, sure, losing an election to a buffoonish bigot reality show host and confessed sex creep might not mark Clinton as the most skilled politician in American history (although it's unclear how many other candidates had to cope with an opponent surreptitiously backed by a foreign power), the ovation suggested that the crowd was offering up tribute to someone who pretty clearly predicted... [Read More]
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Give credit where credit is due. Filmmaker James Stern genuinely wanted to learn why so many Americans thought Donald Trump was the answer to their political dreams. So he went on a journey in the months leading up to Election Day 2016 getting to know people Hillary Clinton deemed "Deplorables." [Read More]
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