Politics

Is The US On The Verge Of Mass Race Riots?

Submitted by Stephen McBride Of The Passing Parade Ferguson, Baltimore, Ferguson (again), Milwaukee, Charlotte. Much has been made by the media of the recent riots that have taken place across America. Which begs the question: Are these riots passing occurrences or, like a series of smaller seismic events, a forewarning of much larger mass civil unrest to come? For the ...

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War Of The Worlds: Masks Are Ripped Away In Syria

Via Oriental Review, In recent weeks, the battle for Aleppo has exposed the true heart of contemporary global politics with vivid clarity.  The US Air Force’s duplicitous Sept. 17 attack on Syrian army positions near Deir ez-Zor, the hysterical outcry against Russia that erupted from the Pentagon, the US State Department’s undisguised threats against the Russian contingent in Syria, the ...

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10 Signs That An All-Out Attempt Is Being Made To Sabotage The Trump Campaign

Submitted by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog, Can the craziest election in modern American history get even crazier? At this point we are just 28 days away from the election, and it appears that an all-out attempt is being made to sabotage Donald Trump’s campaign. But the big surprise is where the worst of this ...

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Clinton’s millennial problem extends to Latinos, poll finds

Diana Ramos, 23, a volunteer with a Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, walks around a Latino neighborhood to register voters on Sept. 27. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters) Democrats are maintaining a wide lead over Republicans among Hispanic voters nationwide, but Hillary Clinton has softer support among younger Hispanics and Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric is not necessarily a liability, according to one of ...

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Bill Clinton is not responsible for the economic boom of the 90s

After listening to ridiculous comments as expected from a Clinton, that are offensive on multiple levels, we need to set the record straight about one of the best economic periods in American History; the late 80’s and 90s.  During the career of Bill Clinton, something happened in American politics which was a transformation of a ‘political’ system, where intellectuals would ...

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Despite latest controversy, some Christian conservative leaders say they’re still with Trump

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump gestures as he speaks at a campaign rally in South Bend, Ind., in May. He recently apologized for lewd remarks he made in a video clip dating from 2005.  (Tannen Maury/EPA) Evangelical Christians  weren’t pleased to hear Donald Trump’s crude remarks about sexual assault on a video Friday, but several leaders say they will continue to support ...

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Wikileaks Releases Hillary’s Paid Wall Street Speech Transcripts: Hundreds Of “Sensitive” Excerpts

While the media is transfixed with the just released Washington Post leak of a private Donald Trump conversation from 2005 in which he was speaking "lewdly" about women, and for which he has apologized, roughly at the same time, Wikileaks released part one of what it dubbed the "Podesta emails", which it describes as "a series on deals involving Hillary ...

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Trump slams broad array of people while speaking to a friendly town-hall audience

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump went on the attack during a town hall-style event in Sandown, N.H., on Oct. 6. From the Commission on Presidential Debates and their microphone to CNN’s John King, here’s a look at what he lashed out against. (Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post) SANDOWN, N.H. — Donald Trump lashed out against a broad array of people at ...

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