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‘Big Brother 17’ Spoilers: Week 10 HOH Nominations Revealed In ‘BB17’ House

Big Brother 17 spoilers from Friday (August 28) include the new nominations for eviction. There were numerous Big Brother 17 spoilers from Thursday night (August 27), though, as a jury member was brought back and a new HOH was crowned. Show More Summary

Dem party leaders attacked for “rigging” the nomination process

(Paul Mirengoff) It seemed like a good idea at the time. Hillary Clinton would be coronated by the Democrats, so there was no need for many debates, Keep the number of them low — six in total, with only four before the Iowa caucus — and thereby minimize the risk that Clinton will look bad before a large audience. It’s less clear now that this is a good idea. The many Democratic

Big Brother Spoilers: HOH and Nominations – 08/28/2015

Big Brother 17 Spoilers for August 28, 2015: Who is the new HOH and who was nominated?

Hillary Clinton takes a page from the Obama 2008 campaign playbook

Melissa Harris-Perry looks back at the competition between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination during the 2008 campaign, noting...

Emmys: Jon Hamm, Allison Janney, Christine Baranski And Other Double-Nominees – Photo Gallery

Sometimes working double-time has its rewards. Five actors received multiple nominations this year, in some cases by segueing seamlessly between comedy and drama. Allison Janney became the queen of multitasking when she won two Emmys last year for the same two roles she's nominated for again this year. Will there be more double-wins come Emmy night on September 20?

Obama Made A Lot Of Promises On This Day In 2008. Here's How They're Holding Up.

7 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

On Aug. 28, 2008, Barack Obama, then a senator from Illinois, accepted the Democratic nomination for president in Denver. In his speech, he made a lot of promises about what he would do as president of the United States. Seven yearsShow More Summary

Why Hillary Is Finally Embracing the Inevitability Narrative She Tried to Avoid for So Long

Hillary Clinton spent the beginning of her campaign doing everything she could to avoid the perception that she believed her nomination was inevitable. But with Bernie Sanders continuing to draw massive crowds and the Beltway buzzing...Show More Summary

Clinton Likens GOP Views On Women To Terrorism

Hillary Clinton, who appears to be stagnating in the polls, speaks in Ohio on Wednesday. Why do I say that? A national Quinnipiac University poll released on Thursday shows that Clinton leads the race for the Democratic nomination with 45 percent, compared with 22 percent for Sen. The latest presidential polls are in and it

Huckabee super donor’s Jesus Fund keeps recipients of $26 million secret

The Arkansas man who dropped $3 million into the super PAC supporting Mike Huckabee‘s bid for the Republican presidential nomination for years handed out millions of dollars to a secret list of public charities through a pass-through private foundation called The Jesus Fund, tax forms filed by the foundation show. The Fund’s activity may violate…

Donald Trump Can Win the GOP Nomination – Here’s How…

A few weeks ago the pundits scoffed at the idea. Donald Trump would never win the nomination. Now, it looks... The post Donald Trump Can Win the GOP Nomination – Here’s How… appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

O’Malley blasts Democratic leaders for ‘rigged’ 2016 debate process

MINNEAPOLIS -- Former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley effectively declared war on the Democratic Party leadership here Friday, blasting the party for what he called a "rigged" debate process in the presidential nominating contest and demanding it sanction additional debates. Show More Summary

Democratic support for Clinton at lowest since 2012: Reuters poll

11 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s support among Democrats has dropped to its lowest point since Reuters/Ipsos began polling on her chances of winning the party’s nomination for the 2016 election almost three years ago. But the former secretary of state still has a lead of more...

Selective Outrage: Hypocrisy at Its Worst

As a front-runner for the Democratic nomination for the presidency, Hillary Clinton is a legitimate target for close scrutiny. Clinton has a long history ripe for criticism as First Lady, senator, and Secretary of State. What is so striking therefore in the attacks from the right wing is the paucity of substance in conservative opposition research. Show More Summary

Beau Bridges On ‘Masters Of Sex’ Role: What Matters Is “Your Capacity To Love” – Emmys

As an industry veteran, Beau Bridges could be forgiven for being a little used to awards. After all, this year sees him reach his 15th Emmy nomination (he's won twice). However, Bridges is still humbly understated, saying, "every time I get invited to the party it feels good. Show More Summary

Rep. Grayson: Trump Is A Racist And His Supporters Are Nuts

So Chris Hayes invited Rep. Alan Grayson, who's running for the Florida senate seat left open by Marco Rubio's run for the Republican nomination, as someone "several people" have called "Trump of the Left." Which is a pretty stupid premise,...Show More Summary

Brownstein: Trump Preaching to Shrinking White Electorate

Ronald Brownstein, National Journal: This rightward lurch [on birthright citizenship] -- behind an almost certainly hopeless cause of constitutional change -- captures the core GOP dilemma now unfolding in the party's nomination contest. Show More Summary

‘The Good Wife’s Christine Baranski On Alicia’s “Ambivalence” In Season 7 – Emmys

Christine Baranski is currently on her sixth Emmy nomination for her role as The Good Wife's Diane Lockhart–that's one for every year she's been on the show–an experience that left her feeling "touched," she says, "because I didn't go...Show More Summary

Miley Cyrus Heads Into MTV VMAs Drama by Calling Nicki Minaj 'Not Too Kind'

Hip-hop usually doesn't get settled too quickly. Clearly that's not the case with Nicki Minaj, who was able to squash her little rift with Taylor Swift after the latter apologized for coming at her for criticizing the MTV VMAs nominations. But Miley Cyrus may open up old wounds as she reignites the fire. Continue reading…

Queen Hillary Clinton Already Claims She Has Votes Needed for Coronation

It’s a coronation – not a nomination Sorry Bernie Sanders’ fans. Hillary already claims she has the nomination. Politico reported:... The post Queen Hillary Clinton Already Claims She Has Votes Needed for Coronation appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Could Donald Trump Win? Here Are Two Factors in His Favor

Could the Donald win the GOP nomination? The once far-fetched question is now worth considering as Donald Trump marches into his second month as the GOP presidential front-runner.

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