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Pollak: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Saw America as the Solution, Not the Problem

The annual observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an occasion for the left to reinforce racial identity and radical politics, and for the right to criticize what the civil rights movement has become in the hands of King’s self-professed successors. Certainly the Democratic presidential primary has provided material for the latter, as the […]

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Bloomberg gets 45-day extension on financial disclosures from FEC

The former mayor won’t have to reveal details until after Super Tuesday. January 18, 2020, 1:36 AM 3 min read The Federal Election Commission on Friday granted Mike Bloomberg’s campaign an additional 45 days to file his mandatory personal financial disclosure form. That extended deadline, March 20, means the multibillionaire former mayor of New York […]

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CAIR
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Islamic Groups ‘Thrilled’ About Governors Approving More Refugees

Islamic organizations say they are “thrilled” about nearly 40 state governors, including 17 Republicans, approving more refugee resettlement for their states thus far. For fiscal year 2020, President Donald Trump will continue cutting refugee admissions by reducing former President Barack Obama’s refugee inflow by at least 80 percent. This reduction would mean a maximum of 18,000 refugees […]

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Pompeo postpones visit to Ukraine citing ‘ongoing situation in Iraq’

The trip was cancelled less than 24 hours before he was scheduled to depart. January 1, 2020, 8:23 PM 4 min read Less than 24 hours before Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was scheduled to depart for his first visit to Ukraine as secretary, the trip was cancelled, because of the protests at the U.S. […]

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‘Do we have to wait to have a London Bridge incident on Wexford bridge?’ – Verona Murphy insists she’s not a racist

Verona Murphy. Picture: Patrick Browne ‘Do we have to wait to have a London Bridge incident on Wexford bridge?’ – Verona Murphy insists she’s not a racist Independent.ie FORMER Fine Gael candidate Verona Murphy said she has been called a racist for raising “security issues” and questioned if “we have to wait to have a […]

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2020 Election
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Jerry Nadler
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‘Impeachment Is the Only Remedy’ to Stop Trump

Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday that President Trump “abused his powers to cheat in the next election” and added that “impeachment is the only remedy” to stop him.  Clinton, who has remained vocal throughout the partisan impeachment process, tweeted ahead of the full House vote on two articles of impeachment against the […]

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Bass: ‘McConnell Should Recuse Himself’

On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” Representative Karen Bass (D-CA) called on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to recuse himself from the Senate’s impeachment trial. Bass said, “The leader of the Senate has basically said he is in lockstep, and he is going to coordinate with the defendant. And so, if you […]

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Trump accuses Democrats of ‘trivializing impeachment’ after vote on articles

Trump spoke just about an hour after the House Judiciary Committee voted. December 13, 2019, 8:30 PM 8 min read Just about an hour after the House Judiciary Committee Friday approved two articles of impeachment against him, President Donald Trump accused them of “trivializing” the constitutional process for political gain. Before a meeting with Paraguay’s […]

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a look back on this Christmas election campaign – Channel 4 News

So this was the most unusual election campaign most of us can remember – for a start, it’s the middle of winter. Opinions have rarely been so divided – the issues at stake, from Britain’s future in Europe to the future of the United Kingdom itself – rarely so stark. And after an unprecedented campaign […]

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Collin Peterson
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Jeff Van Drew
Nancy Pelosi
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Democrats Expect Wide Scale Defections on Impeachment Vote

Democrats are expecting wide-scale defections among their rank and file when Articles of Impeachment against President Donald Trump come to the floor for a vote next week, the Washington Post reports. the Washington Post’s Rachael Bade and Mike DeBonis wrote late Wednesday: House Democratic leaders are bracing for some defections among a group of moderate […]

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