CAP with a bunch of state studies. Here is the description for the series: The integrity of elections in the United States demands that every eligible American is able to cast a ballot and trust that it will be counted. Americans have … Continue reading ?
Hillary Clinton may be eyeing Vice President Joe Biden as her secretary of state if she is victorious in the November election, a source cited by Politico on Thursday night. The vice president had a long career in Washington before joining the Obama Administration. Show More Summary
WaPo: Lobbyists have not been allowed onto Hillary Clinton’s transition team, nor has the Democratic presidential nominee indicated whether she, if elected, would lift President Barack Obama’s restrictions on lobbyists working in the administration. But lobbyists have raised millions of dollars for … Continue reading ?
Eliza Newlin Carney for TAP. … Continue reading ?
It’s looking more and more like Donald Trump will be keeping America in suspense about the results of the election on November 8. In an interview with Fox News host Bill O'Reilly on Thursday night, the Republican candidate continued to cast doubt on the election and claiming, without proof, that the polls were "rigged. Show More Summary
For all the interest group pandering that shapes modern American politics, the group that will decide the election has come down to the demographic of “The Angry Man.”
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Other elections are going on around the country, particularly in the Senate. Marco Rubio is battling Patrick Murphy in Florida to see who will win a Senate seat. For awhile, when Rubio had to drop out of the race, media outlets were saying Rubio’s political career was over. Show More Summary
[Guest post by Ed from SFV] Today was a cold, showery, and quite blustery day in Northern Indiana. A perfect moment for me to live out my dread in this election. I went to a government building and voted. The location was on the western edge of downtown Mishawaka, IN. The town boomed right after […]
Two high-ranking officials mishandled classified information. One is probably going to jail, and the other might be elected president in a few days.
[guest post by Dana] Whether a supporter or non-supporter of Donald Trump, it’s likely everyone can agree that media bias is baked into this election. Unlike Democrats, and per usual, Republicans have to push the big rock uphill without the help of the mainstream media. With that, there is a great take down of the […]
If you listen to Donald Trump or Sean Hannity, the United States is heading for a Brexit-style surprise on Election Day, in which the pollsters and pundits who have largely written off the Republican Presidential candidate get humiliated. Show More Summary
This post Jim Rickards on Fed Policy and the Market Impact of U.S. Elections appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Jim Rickards interview with ABC Australia covering his analysis of Fed policy and what is in store from the global elites in the face of the next crisis. Show More Summary
Ex-Soviet Moldova will cast ballots Sunday in a presidential election viewed as a tug-of-war between supporters of European integration and advocates of closer relations with former master Moscow. The crisis-hit country of 3.5 million,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump has repeated it so much it's almost part of his stump speech: He's going to put $100 million of his own money into his campaign before Election Day. … Click to Continue »
As with nearly every celebrity short of Scott Baio, there is no love lost between Lena Dunham and Donald Trump. She's threatened to move to Canada if he's elected; he's threatened to be really, really happy about that. But art has the power to change minds and touch hearts, so ... More »
Stephen Colbert is really excited that there are only 12 days left until the election. He’s not the only one. Colbert even remarked that the election has gotten so ugly even Trump is no longer interested in it. In the meantime, Trump is getting flack for taking off from campaigning to do a...
Donations to Republican nominee fell in October, and he didn't write big checks either.
A new set of polls in the 2016 presidential election, released on Thursday, show that Democrat Hillary Clinton continues to hold a solid lead over her Republican foe, the New York businessman and former reality TV star Donald Trump. A number of polling analysts suggested this week that the race may have been “tightening” between... Show More Summary