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Mattis Makes Personal Request To Trump On ISIS – ‘It’s Time’

Looks like Sec Def Mattis is stocking up for a party with ISIS. He has all kinds of party favors on his list for President Trump’s budget: Hellfire missiles, Joint

New Brennan Center report details just how strongly redistricting maps favor the GOP nationwide

The Brennan Center for Justice published a major new report last week that uses multiple statistical measures to examine how congressional maps around the country mete out partisan advantages to one party or the other. The study provides...Show More Summary

California Democratic chair race angers 'Berniecrats'

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Democratic activists loyal to the Sen. Bernie Sanders aren't ready to give up after their favored candidate came tantalizingly close but fell short of taking control of the California Democratic Party.

FCC votes to begin overturning net neutrality rules

The Federal Communications Commission voted today in favor of a plan to repeal Title II net neutrality rules, in a 2-1 vote along party lines. With this vote, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has made good on his plan to reverse the net neutrality rules put in place during the Obama administration. Show More Summary

Your Favorite TV Stars Favored Bright Colors at This Week's Upfronts

It's upfront season, a.k.a. the time of year when TV networks host events and throw parties in New York to convince advertisers to buy commercial airtime. It's also the time of year when all of your favorite TV stars come out to play — and dress to impress while keeping things relatively... Continue reading

STUNNING: Democrat Party Argues in Court It Had Right to Favor Hillary Over Bernie – Is in No Way Beholden to Voters

The DNC fired three top officials after the Democrat Party was caught rigging their primary against Bernie Sanders last year.... The post STUNNING: Democrat Party Argues in Court It Had Right to Favor Hillary Over Bernie – Is in No Way Beholden to Voters appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Pro-E.U. Britons Weigh Tactical Voting as a Way to Be Heard in the Elections

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With the governing Conservatives on course for a big win in June and the main opposition also in favor of “Brexit,” campaigners are urging voters to cross party lines.

Japan favors Aegis Ashore over THAAD to boost missile defense: sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is leaning towards choosing the Aegis Ashore missile-defense system over another advanced system called Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), government and ruling party sources said.

Gerrymandering game shows you hot it works

Gerrymandering is the practice of manipulating boundaries in such a way that favors a political party. If you slice and group in various ways, you can end up with different… Tags: game, gerrymandering, government

10 Things You Need to Throw the Perfect Twin Peaks Party

It is happening again. Twenty-five years later, David Lynch’s groundbreaking series Twin Peaks continues. The limited event series airs Sundays at 9pm ET/PT, starting May 21st, only on Showtime. To celebrate, we’re sharing our favorite moments from Twin Peaks; breaking down the show’s cultural impact, from TV to tattoos; and building an IRL Tribute to Twin Peaks in […]

Fernando Alonso Competing in Indy 500 ‘Like Bill Gates Going to Apple’s Christmas Party

An IndyCar veteran gave his opinion on the Spaniard skipping the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix in favor of the Indy 500.

Copays don't reduce use of Medicare home health care, study shows

(Brown University) Evidence in a new study casts doubt on the idea, favored by members of both political parties, that slapping a copay on Medicare home health care will save money by deterring use of the benefit among seniors.

Donald Trump May Strengthen Bernie Sanders 2020 Election Bid [Video] [Opinion]

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders may be strange bedfellows, but one thing they have in common is that they are party outsiders, which voters tend to favor these days. Many can say what they want in regards to how Donald Trump got theShow More Summary

Trump ratings far below Obama, Bush

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Trump Ratings Far Below Obama, Bush A breakdown of President Donald Trump’s approval ratings may provide a glimpse into how the current administration has remained out of favor with independents and from those outside his party, while maintaining support from Trump’s base. A recent poll...

Most Popular: Bernie; Least Popular: Bannon

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) is the country's most popular active politician, underscoring his importance to the Democratic Party as it seeks to rebuild in the wake of a disastrous 2016 election cycle. Sanders is viewed favorably by 57 percent of registered voters, according to data from a Harvard-Harris survey provided exclusively to The Hill. Show More Summary

You CAN wear this again: the bridesmaid tulle skirt look we heart

Have some wedding party skirt-wearers who want something seriously adorable to actually be able to re-wear? Do your posse a favor and direct them to some mix-and-match tulle skirts (in one color or a rainbow!). Or screw the crew and steal one of these skirts for your own look. Tulle for days, y'all...

Jimmy Fallon Treats Sienna Miller And Anthony Bourdain To Some Really Terrible Food

If Jimmy Fallon invites you to a dinner party, do yourself a favor and eat a little before you show up. Case in point: “The Tonight Show” host was joined by Sienna Miller and Anthony Bourdain on Tuesday for a round of “Secret Ingredient.”...Show More Summary

Turkish opposition complains of 'illegal acts' in referendum

The deputy chairman of Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) said illegal acts were being carried out in favor of the government in Sunday's referendum on expanding the powers of the presidency. "Many illegal actsShow More Summary

John Oliver explains how politicians use gerrymandering

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Gerrymandering is the practice of redrawing the boundaries of a legislative district to favor a particular political party. You probably already knew this. What you might not have known is the alarming extent to which it is used to influence U.S. elections, which John Oliver dutifully explained on...

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