HMM: Democratic hopes of winning Senate fade as Trump proves less toxic for Republicans.
The success so far of the spectacular and growing tribal opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline spurred three departments of the federal government to send a letter Friday inviting the nation’s 567 federally recognized tribes of American Indians...Show More Summary
Another talking point bites the dust The post Dem talking point about violent crime rates still falling… yeah. That’s not true either appeared first on Hot Air.
Rep. Franks wishes we could all be good students of history like he is.
Homicides rose nearly 12 percent nationwide last year, according to newly released FBI data, close to the largest percentage increase in half a century. In cities with a population above a quarter million, homicides rose 14.5 percent;...Show More Summary
In November, Mainers will head to the polls to vote on Question 1, which would legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in the state for...
Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic: Donald J. Trump has a cruel streak. He willfully causes pain and distress to others. And he repeats this public behavior so frequently that it's fair to call it a character trait. Any single example would be off-putting but forgivable. Show More Summary
In March 2015 an unnamed Platte River Networks technician deleted Clinton emails after a congressional committee had ordered them preserved.... The post Wikileaks: EVERYONE Working at Platte River Networks Had Access to HIllary’s Top Secret Emails appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Perhaps the most dramatic change in polls this year is related to education levels. As seen above, voters with a college degree favor Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump by an outsized ~20-30 points (including those with postgraduate education, among whom the advantage is 25-35 points). Show More Summary
Looks like he’s all set. “He’s got a group of trusted folks around him, and he’s studying, and he’s preparing, and they’re going through hypotheticals,” Priebus said on CNN’s “Wolf,” adding that Trump is “very comfortable” and “did a great job” in the GOP primary debates. “He’s also been through, what, 14 seasons? Season finales. [...]
The US locks up more of its citizens than any other country, so it's no surprise that mass incarceration and criminal-justice reform have become prominent issues on the presidential campaign trail. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary...Show More Summary
Education policy has largely been a second-tier issue in the 2016 presidential election. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees, have focused their comments and discussions mostly on issues...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says the U.S. has made significant progress improving conditions for Native Americans but has more work to do. Obama says the U.S. must redouble efforts to ensure that every federal agency consults with tribal nations and works with them "sovereign to sovereign."
Secretary of State John Kerry promised a group of victims from Colombia’s 50-year conflict with leftist rebels that the United States remains committed to their peace effort. “Peace is hard … Click to Continue »
WHY UBER IS SAFER THAN A TAXI: “Uber now requires that drivers periodically take a selfie that will then be compared to an image on file. The selfie requirement is part of Uber’s Real-Time ID Check that utilizes Microsoft Cognitive Services to ensure riders know exactly who their driver is. Before going online and sporadically […]
Please allow me to add one more quick thought to the pre-debate coverage. In the primary, Trump proved that he could crudely insult his male competition and get away with it. He couldn’t however, do quite the same to Carly Fiorina. I’m...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama says the U.S. has made significant progress improving conditions for Native Americans but has more work to do. Obama is speaking to the White House Tribal Nations … Click to Continue »
Secretary of State Connie Lawson reports there's been a significant increase in online voter registration in Indiana since Facebook posted an online reminder. Lawson says 30,000 Indiana residents have registered … Click to Continue ...