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LePage to John Lewis: Thank Republicans for Civil Rights

Having apparently had it up to here with the media’s hysteria about Donald Trump’s feud with CIVIL RIGHTS ICON (!!) John Lewis, Maine Governor Paul LePage jumped into the mix this week, telling Lewis that he should remember which party was responsible for pushing...
Posted On 18 Jan 2017
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More Winning: GM Announces $1 Billion Investment in U.S.

Only a couple of short weeks after President-elect Donald Trump bashed General Motors for their factory outsourcing, the auto giant is announcing a new plan to invest more than $1 billion in the United States. According to a piece in the Wall Street Journal on Monday, GM will put...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Al Sharpton: “Thank God” for the Blessing of Barack Obama

On his MSNBC show Politics Nation, (the, uh, Reverend) Al Sharpton lavished praise on the departing president, using language that would have been best reserved for a private love letter. Best for everyone, really. “I am so proud of President Barack Obama, not just because...
Posted On 16 Jan 2017
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CAIR to Trump: Drop Franklin Graham From Inauguration

The Council on American-Islamic Relation, a Muslim group that is unlikely to wield the kind of power over the Donald Trump administration as they did over the current president, is calling on Trump to dis-invite Rev. Franklin Graham from Friday’s inauguration ceremony. In a...
Posted On 15 Jan 2017
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Greenwald: Intelligence Agents in “Open Warfare” Against Trump

Controversial journalist Glenn Greenwald, whose reporting gained national fame when he helped Edward Snowden get the message out about NSA domestic surveillance, said this week that there is “obvious open warfare” between Donald Trump and the U.S. intelligence...
Posted On 13 Jan 2017
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Mexican President: “Of Course” We’re Not Paying For Wall

In front of his country’s diplomats, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Wednesday that his country would not shell out a dime for a border wall with the United States. At the National Palace, Pena Nieto insisted that U.S. and Mexico could get along under a Trump...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Paper: Trump has “Broad Powers” to Stop Sanctuary Cities

According to a new report in USA Today, President-elect Donald Trump will have plenty of authority to crack down on so-called sanctuary cities once he is sworn into office. Trump, who vowed repeatedly to strip cities of vital federal funding if they shield illegal immigrants from...
Posted On 11 Jan 2017
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Teachers Advised to Tell Students “Truth” About “Liar” Trump

A British educator who used to appear on a prominent BBC show called Tough Young Teachers is advising teachers to tell their students the “truth” about right-wing politics in Europe and the United States. Oliver Beach wrote an op-ed for the weekly TES educators...
Posted On 10 Jan 2017
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U.S. Navy Wants Trump to Start Building Ships

The U.S. Navy is proposing a lofty shipbuilding goal for the incoming Trump administration, boosting their requested budget in the wake of the president-elect’s vow to increase the size and strength of our seagoing fleet. The Navy is looking to build the fleet up to 355...
Posted On 09 Jan 2017
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Priebus, Conway: Blame Dems for Poor Digital Security

Two of Donald Trump’s top advisors spoke out on the Sunday shows, dismissing Russia’s impact on the 2016 election and blaming Democrats for their failure to protect their sensitive digital information. In separate interviews, both Reince Priebus and Kellyanne Conway...
Posted On 08 Jan 2017
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