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New Study: Voter ID Kept Tens of Thousands From Polls in Key Swing State

September 26, 2017

Political Scientist Shows Voter ID Law May Have Kept 16k-23k From Voting In 2016 Battleground After he lost the popular vote by roughly three million votes, Republican Donald Trump just couldn’t settle for just his Electoral College victory. So, he…

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BREAKING: Nearly Half of US, Including Key States, Targeted by Russian Hackers in 2016 Election

September 22, 2017

  The Russians were there on election day In a lot of ways the Russian hacking story is very similar to the Watergate break-in of 1972. Both involve a Republican President, to an extent, authorizing the use of unconstitutional methods…

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Killing Medicaid Will Kill Middle Class Children & Elderly – Not Just The Poor. Here’s Why…

July 16, 2017

Simon Haeder, West Virginia University Despite many assertions to the contrary, Senate leaders are now saying they want to vote on the replacement bill for Obamacare before the month is out. Front and center is the planned transformation of America’s…

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The Internet Schools Education Sec. DeVos with QuestionsForBetsy Hashtag — and She Flunks

May 24, 2017

Wednesday was a big day for Secretary of Education Betsy Devos, who faced a grilling by the House Appropriations subcommittee on the education part of President Trump’s proposed budget. DeVos gets tutored by twitter users…and still flunks Her testimony was…

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WATCH: Ed. Secretary DeVos Fold Hard When Asked a Basic Question About Charter Schools

May 24, 2017

Does DeVos even know how to give a straight answer? If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Betsy DeVos, President Donald Trump’s unfortunate pick to head the Department of Education, it’s that she’ll stop at nothing to avoid answering questions…

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Watch GOP Gov. Caught On Camera Bullying Councilman For Raising Concerns About Trumpcare

May 6, 2017

When a local Democratic county executive dared to ask Wisconsin governor Scott Walker about the GOP’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, Walker turned feisty. Walker is in a mood The Republican governor was at a press conference in Appleton, Wisconsin…

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Blame Canada: With Wall Looking Less Likely, Trump Turns His Vitriol Towards Northern Border

April 25, 2017

Same Nonsense, Different Neighbor Amidst signs that President Donald Trump is willing to cave on the centerpiece of his presidential campaign and postpone demands for border wall funding to avoid a government shutdown, he set Tuesday’s agenda by attempting to verbally…

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The GOP Just Gave This Megachurch the Right to Form Its Own Police Force

April 15, 2017

Legislators in Alabama have approved the request by a megachurch allowing it to employ its own police force — something that’s unprecedented in the U.S., and raises concerns regarding the First Amendment as it pertains to The Constitution.  This church wants…

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In Case You Still Care, Black Lives Still Matter

April 8, 2017

Have police killings of African-Americans slowed down? Over the last year, we’ve heard little about police officers killing black people. So did these bad cops go away, or somehow learn to behave? No, says Michael Harriot, writing for The Root.…

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