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GOP Rep Demands Classified Briefings So ‘Congress Can at Least Know as Much as Russian Leaders’

May 16, 2017

Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) is one of a rapidly growing number of Republicans who are demanding that the Trump administration provide classified briefings about the “highly classified” information the president allegedly shared with Russian officials last week. Classified Briefings Are Necessary,…

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Impeachment Increasingly Likely as Top Republicans Running Scared from Trump

May 15, 2017

With Trump’s increasingly erratic behavior, Republicans are fleeing from him like rats leaving the magic ship — because it’s about to sink. Key Republicans who, not so long ago, weren’t afraid of Trump have now hit the panic button, thanks to…

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Trump Denies 99% of Hurricane Relief Request as Desperate Victims Suffer

May 12, 2017

Trump administration ignores Hurricane Matthew’s devastation When Hurricane Matthew struck North Carolina last October, it killed 30 people and damaged more than 100,000 buildings and homes. Estimates say that the state suffered some $4.8 billion in damages. So Democratic governor Roy…

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‘Shut the F*ck Up;’ DeVos Commencement Appearance Devolves into Complete and Total Chaos (VIDEOS)

May 10, 2017

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos gave a train wreck of a commencement speech that was met with boos, hisses and students turning their backs to her at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. Will Betsy DeVos learn to stay home? At…

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Trump Camp Scrubs Call for Discrimination from Website after Questions Raised

May 8, 2017

In the aftermath of a reporter’s question during a Monday press briefing, President Donald Trump’s campaign removed a 2015 press release calling for a ban on Muslim immigration to the U.S., The Hill reports. Trump camp backs down “Minutes after we…

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After United Airlines Beat Down, Dems Come to the Rescue With New Senate Bill (VIDEO)

April 26, 2017

Legislation that would prevent airlines from involuntarily removing passengers who have already boarded a flight is set to be introduced Wednesday. The bill would also remove the caps passengers receive if they are bumped from a flight. United airlines really…

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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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A**hole Republican Tries to Use Jesus to Justify Starving the Poor (VIDEO)

March 31, 2017

It isn’t unusual for GOP lawmakers to mention Jesus or cite Bible passages when debating legislation, and Rep. Jodey Arrington recently did just that. He used one quote from the New Testament in an attempt to justify changes to the…

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Watch: Fox’s Hannity Gets SLAMMED by Veteran Journalist Ted Koppel as ‘Bad for America’

March 28, 2017

Veteran television journalist Ted Koppel may be 77-years-old, but he just flattened Fox News host and Donald Trump sycophant in an epic verbal throw-down. The event happened during a heated exchange on CBS Sunday Morning in which Koppel shredded Hannity, telling…

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NASA Defiantly Releasing Climate Change Data Despite Trump Administration’s Anti-Science Agenda

February 18, 2017

Now that the U.S. has elected a climate change denier-in-chief, it’s comforting to know that NASA remains resolute in posting crucial information regarding climate change. As The Washington Post notes, NASA’s social media feeds show little, if any indication that…

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