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Jan 31 2015
Marijuana is shaping up to be the new gay marriage of GOP politics — most Republicans would rather not talk about it, except to punt to the states. But when it comes to the 2016 presidential race, a series of legalization ballot initiatives — and a certain outspoken Kentucky senator — could make it harder for the Republican field to avoid the conversation. Story Continued Below When asked toPolitico
Apr 24 2019
Hillary Says Trump 'Certainly' Should Have Been Indicted...Trump Jr Reminds Her of Her Indiscretions
President Trump tweeted out a response to Clinton via a Rush Limbaugh soundbite. In the Fox News clip he shared, Limbaugh says Clinton is "the last person" who should be mandating what happens to Trump, considering she has been repeatedly "rejected" by the American people.
At the TIME 100 summit in New York Tuesday afternoon, Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump is lucky he's president.Townhall
Apr 24 2019
The push for a progressive foreign policy, explained.
President Donald Trump is heading into the 2020 election with a pretty solid foreign policy success story to sell American voters — and Democrats are struggling (but working) to come up with a coherent message to counter it.
In just two years in office, Trump has achieved several big foreign policy wins: ISIS’s caliphate hasVox
Oct 31 2012
As the ruinous force of Sandy begins to diminish, the nominal pause it created in the presidential election campaign is about to fade away.Wall Street Journal (News)
Jan 29 2015
Testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke called on U.S. Attorney and Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch to rebuild the broken relationship between the Department of Justice and local law enforcement.
Citing Attorney General Eric Holder's involvement in Ferguson, Missouri over the summer, Clarke laid out a defense ofTownhall
Aug 02 2012
Mitt Romney on Thursday pushed back against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's allegations that the presumptive GOP nominee has not been paying his taxes.
"It's time for Harry to put up or shut up," Romney said on Sean Hannity's radio show.CNN (Online News)
Nov 27 2013
The Obama administration proposed a crackdown on the widespread use of tax-exempt organizations for political campaigning, seeking to reduce the influential role that the secretive groups have played in recent elections.Wall Street Journal (News)
Sep 20 2014
Before the US military attacked Saddam Hussein's forces in 1991, Congress spent months considering its approval of the war. Twelve years later, another attack on Iraq came after three weeks of debate and intensive negotiations.
But this week, the House and Senate each took only a few hours to sign off on President Obama's plan to once again deploy the military in the Middle East,Washington Post
May 24 2015
Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday that she sees "no role whatsoever for American soldiers on the ground to go back" to Iraq as the Islamic State terrorist group makes gains.
The remarks by Clinton - who has disavowed her own 2003 vote for the Iraq war as a senator - come amid growing fervor among Republicans to send ground forces back to Iraq in some capacity to assist the BaghdadWashington Post
May 13 2019
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is little-known, but thinks a progressive record in a deep-red state will stand out to voters.
Steve Bullock, the 53-year-old Democratic governor of Montana, is fidgeting.
A crowd of state legislators and local press have gathered in a reception room near his office to witness Bullock sign a host of health care bills into law, including the signatureHuffPost