Many Bernie Supporters Will Not Switch to Clinton

The Republican Party is not alone when it comes to a fractured electorate, despite what you might think when watching the cable news shows. The race for the Democratic nomination has been quieter, less exciting, and more in line with traditional politics, but make no mistake about it: there is a big rift forming on the left. According to a ...

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Obamacare to Hit Taxpayers Hard This Year

By the time April 15th rolls around, millions of Americans will be hit by exorbitant tax fines for failing to buy unaffordable health insurance plans. As a result of Obamacare, many will realize for the first time just how devastating the financial toll will be. Many will understand in a new way just what the word “mandate” really means. For ...

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Trump: Here’s Why Mexico Will Pay for the Wall

If you asked the least-informed person in America to tell you one thing that Donald Trump has promised to do as president, they would probably be able to tell you that he means to build a wall across the southern border…and that he intends to make Mexico pay for it. It has been the unofficial slogan of his campaign, a ...

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Speaker to Christians: Embrace Black Lives Matter

Biola University, an evangelical Christian college in Los Angeles, invited Rev. Christena Cleveland to speak at their March 24th conference, and what she said drew harsh criticism from some of the attendees. In a speech that encouraged Christians to drop their hostilities and “see God” in their enemies, Cleveland said there was nothing to fear in a diverse America. In ...

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Obama: Trump “Doesn’t Know Much” About the World

Appearing at a press conference to brag about all the work his administration has done to reduce the threat of nuclear weapons in the world, President Obama said Friday that Donald Trump’s comments on said weapons made him a poor candidate for the White House. Trump refused this week to take the nuclear option off the table when it comes ...

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College to Fire Professor Who Defended Traditional Marriage

Milwaukee’s Marquette University has extended their suspension of political science professor John McAdams through the fall 2016 semester, demanding that he issue a formal apology to both the university and an undergraduate instructor if he ever wants to teach another class on campus. McAdams’ crime? He dared to stand up for a student’s right to oppose gay marriage. In November ...

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Obama Will Fine Schools That Don’t Obey Nutrition Rules

Now that the Michelle Obama-inspired school lunch laws have been in place for three years, the federal government is preparing to bring the hammer down on districts and schools that aren’t adhering to the rules. Under current law, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act is offered to public and private schools on an optional basis. States and districts can choose to ...

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FBI to Question Clinton and Top Aides on Emails

According to a new story in the L.A. Times, the FBI is bringing their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to a close. Two insiders told the paper that the Bureau is entering the final phase of the inquiry; investigators are in the middle of setting up formal interviews with Clinton and several of her top ...

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Cruz Backs Off Vow to Support Nominee Trump

Last year, when Fox News moderators called on the Republican candidates to pledge their support to the eventual nominee, it was meant to embarrass Donald Trump. Knowing that Trump had threatened to run a third-party bid for the White House if he was not treated fairly by the RNC, they wanted to start the first debate off with a bang. ...

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Obama With His Usual Post-Attack Islam Defense

The saddest thing about any Islamic terror attack is the thought of all of those families who had no idea that their worlds were about to be shattered. But the second-saddest thing might be waiting for President Obama’s reaction to the attack. This time around, Obama took five minutes out of watching a baseball game in Cuba to offer his ...

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