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BREAKING: New Details Emerge Of Criminal Investigation Into Trump Campaign Manager (VIDEO)

August 19, 2016

Details have emerged that show why Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort had to resign, CBS This Morning reported. The evidence shows that he may well face alleged criminal prosecution for alleged tax evasion, money laundering, and illegally providing funds…

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The Department Of Justice Just Stuck A Dagger Into The Heart Of Private Prisons

August 18, 2016

America, get ready for some good news: The Justice Department has set its sights firmly on ending the use of private prisons. Now, pick your slack-jaw off the floor and dig the details. The move comes, The Washington Post reports,…

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Judge Says Immigrant Toddlers Can Represent Themselves In Court

March 4, 2016

Anyone out there remember what it was like to be three, four years old? No—me neither. I have a very hazy recollection of my fourth birthday, mostly revolving around the presents (a starfish, a baseball glove, and a View-Master), but that’s…

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GM Gets Away With Murder, Literally, With $900m Settlement

September 17, 2015

GM murdered 124 people — and they’re getting away with it, too Mitt Romney once famously claimed that “corporations are people.” So what happens when one of America’s biggest corporations negligently murders 124 people, if not more? An individual would surely…

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No Guns For Those With Mental Illness? Hold On A Minute.

June 2, 2015

I’d always thought that hell would have to hit absolute zero before I found myself in agreement with the National Rifle Association, but it seems as though things may have gotten chilly down there because, as much as I hate…

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Jeb Bush Is Tearing at the Last Shreds of Campaign Finance Law

April 27, 2015

Jeb Bush recently assured his supporters in New Hampshire that his campaign is “living within the law, for sure,” according to an extensive Associated Press report on his campaign. But citing an FEC insider and a watchdog group president, the…

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WH Calls GOP Sen. Holding Up Lynch Nomination a Big Word, Suggests He Look it Up

April 18, 2015

President Obama nominated Loretta Lynch to replace Eric Holder as Attorney General on November 8th. Lynch would be the first Black woman ever to lead the Justice Department. The Republicans holding up her nomination have created the longest nomination delay…

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