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Since 1968, the tiny town of Dixville Notch in New Hampshire has been correctly predicting the eventual Republican nominee and, sometimes, President of the United States. The town always draws the attention of candidates and the media every four years, as it is known for its famous midnight vote. Dixville Notch has officially concluded their [...]Show More Summary
Barry travels to Earth-2 on next week’s episode of The Flash and, from the pictures released, some things are quite different over there. After many stories going both ways, it now looks official that he will also visit Supergirl. With the manner in which The Flash deals with alternative universes, this is leading to a [...]Show More Summary
By Steve Holland and Amanda Becker MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) – White House hopefuls Donald Trump and Jeb Bush opened political hostilities on Monday as Republican and Democratic candidates stormed across New Hampshire in a final flurry of events before the state’s crucial first-in-the-nation primary. The stage was set for the vote on Tuesday, with New [...]Show More Summary
You may be educated on the history of WWII and the Holocaust, but have you heard about the unsung Islamic heroes who saved lives? In a campaign to shine a light on the martyrs of one of the largest genocides in history, I Am Your Protector hosted events in several cities around to world to [...]Show More Summary
Fear and Loathing in New Hampshire By John L. Micek One of the great things about the winnowing of the 2016 presidential field over the last week is that it’s making it much easier to figure out which candidate is supposed to scare voters the most. If you listen to Republicans Donald Trump, Marco Rubio [...]Show More Summary
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For those already conversant in Spanish or those just wanting to improve their Spanish, the New York Times has just inaugurated a website that “ofrece lo mejor de nuestro periodismo a lectores en América Latina y el resto del mundo,” or, which offers the best of the Times journalism to readers in Latin America and [...]Show More Summary
The centrist Democratic Leadership Council, which fought and largely won a battle for the soul of the Democratic party in the 1990s, is on the verge of bankruptcy and is closing its doors, its founder, Al From, confirmed Monday. The group’s decision to “suspend operations” marks the conclusion of a long slide from its peak [...]Show More Summary
Bill Clinton unleashed his most stinging attack against Bernie Sanders yet by likening the campaign staffers’ accessing Clinton campaign voter data to “stealing a car with the keys in the ignition,” the New York Times reports. He also slammed the inaccurate and “sexist” attacks against his wife by Sanders and his supporters. This is in the tradition of his [...]Show More Summary
New York Times political reporter Amy Chozick has started a caption contest featuring a recent photo of Hillary Clinton. From The Blaze: “New York Times political reporter Amy Chozick on Saturday tweeted a photo of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who’s on the New Hampshire campaign trail, and naturally started a caption contest. Why? The [...]Show More Summary
See great cartoons by all the top political cartoonists at http://cagle.com. To license this cartoon for your own site, visit http://politicalcartoons.com The post Cartoons: Trump and the waterboarding confrontation appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
GAZIANTEP, Turkey — Civilians fleeing a Russian-backed government offensive in Aleppo are turning back from Syria’s border with Turkey as makeshift camps set up to deal with the influx have become overwhelmed. The camps in and around the border town of Azaz were hastily constructed over the past couple of days to provide shelter for [...]Show More Summary
A new poll shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton narrowing the gap with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who once had a whopping lead — and that showman Donald Trump’s polling numbers are now also down. But few analysts expect Clinton to win, or Trump to lose. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ once-formidable lead over Democratic rival [...]Show More Summary
America was once a great nation and is great no longer. That’s the theme running through Donald Trump’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. His T-shirts and ballcaps cry out, “Make America Great Again!” He’s speaking to an audience that already agrees with him. Republicans believe their formerly great country has been mired in failure [...]Show More Summary
GOFFSTOWN, N.H. — There was a time when Republican governors were not all that different from Democratic governors. The politicians from both parties who ran the states tended to be a pragmatic lot. They were pro-business because they wanted their people to have jobs but they championed government spending in the areas that contribute to [...]Show More Summary
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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — When Ted Cruz last month mocked Donald Trump’s “New York values,” it wasn’t entirely clear what he was implying. Last week, we got a clue: For Cruz, “New York” is another way of saying “Jewish.” At an event in New Hampshire, Cruz, the Republican Iowa caucus winner, was asked about campaign money [...]Show More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio defended his “Marcobot” moment during the GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire as what he “passionately believes.” He repeatedly attacked President Obama with the same phrase during a testy exchange with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. During an appearance on ABC News’ This Week, Rubio told host George Stephanopoulos, “It’s what I [...]Show More Summary
Iowa, Where Everyone’s a Winner Raging Moderate by Will Durst The great state of Iowa has a history of cultivating its topsoil for a harvest of winners the rest of the country may enjoy. Glenn Miller. Buffalo Bill Cody. George Reeves. Herbert Hoover. James Tiberius Kirk. As a side note, this may be the first [...]Show More Summary
Earth has just experienced the hottest year since records began, according to a report by the United Nations. Greenhouse gases are behind the trend, most scientists believe. Doomsday Clock stuck near midnight due to climate change and nuclear war https://t.co/AuZprhcT6u #Guardian— News, Views, People. Show More Summary