THE MEDIA FIX IS IN FOR HILLARY IN DEBATE

The media is buzzing and has been for weeks speculating about what Trump or Clinton need to do in order to win Monday’s debate at Hofstra University.  It’s all meaningless chatter because the outcome of the debate has already been decided by the media and Hillary Clinton is the winner. Barring an unforeseen breakdown of…

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THE TROUBLE WITH THE FACT CHECKERS

In the midst of a heated political campaign, allegations are tossed back and forth like artillery barrages.  Voters are overwhelmed.  They don’t know what’s true and what isn’t.  The bias present in the media these days doesn’t make knowing what’s true any easier.  According to a recent Gallup poll, trust in the media is at…

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What Media Bias Looks like

On Saturday, Hillary Clinton referred to the terrorist incident in NYC as a “bombing.”  Less than one minute later, she criticized Donald Trump for referring to it as a bombing.  Desperate Democrats and a few Republicans continue to wonder, “why Trump”?  This is why  

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The Left Cannot Solve The Trump Phenomena

With the latest LA Times poll showing Donald Trump with a six point lead nationally, Democrats are coming to the realization that their strategy against Trump is not working.  For reasons that are not immediately obvious, traditional Democrat lines of attack against GOP candidates seem to be having no effect on Trump’s upward trajectory in…

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Gun rights, voting restrictions up for overrides in Missouri

JEFFERON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri’s Republican-led Legislature was poised to significantly relax the state’s gun laws and tighten its voting requirements as it prepared to convene Wednesday for a short session devoted to overriding vetoes made by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon. The sweeping guns legislation would allow most adults to carry concealed weapons without…

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Gun rights, voting restrictions up for overrides in Missouri

JEFFERON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri’s Republican-led Legislature was poised to significantly relax the state’s gun laws and tighten its voting requirements as it prepared to convene Wednesday for a short session devoted to overriding vetoes made by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon. The sweeping guns legislation would allow most adults to carry concealed weapons without…

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Vermont regulators approve pipeline through park

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) – Vermont state regulators have cleared away a final hurdle for a gas pipeline that’s already under construction. Some residents of Hinesburg had been trying to block the construction of the Addison Natural Gas Expansion Project through Gaprags Park in the town. But on Tuesday, the state Public Service Board granted the…

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Colin Powell blasts 'national disgrace' Donald Trump in hacked emails: reports

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell called Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump a “national disgrace” and a racist in hacked emails, according to multiple reports. The liberal Buzzfeed and the conservative Daily Caller both published articles Tuesday night based on Powell emails from DC Leaks, which publishes documents hacked from the nation’s political elite. In…

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NY GOP lawmaker wins primary days after killing himself

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – Days after killing himself, a vocal advocate for gun rights and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has won a New York primary election. Assemblyman Bill Nojay was facing a fraud trial in Cambodia and reportedly under FBI scrutiny when he went to his family’s cemetery plot in Rochester and shot himself…

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Black Maryland lawmakers push for diversity in marijuana industry

Maryland’s black state lawmakers are weighing options to ensure that the state’s nascent medical marijuana industry includes its fair share of minority-owned businesses. The Legislative Black Caucus, which comprises 45 of the General Assembly’s 188 members, has criticized the lack of racial diversity in an independent commission’s licensing of 15 companies to grow and 15…

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