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The Verizon Strike Is About More Than Dollars And Cents

16 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

On Thursday morning, Eddie Blackburn, a Verizon technician in Rhode Island, logged on to Facebook to send his colleagues a message. They were scheduled to lose their Verizon health coverage soon while out on strike. Blackburn urged his...Show More Summary

Trump has 81 percent of delegates needed to win nomination

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump has picked up two more delegates in Rhode Island, giving him 81 percent of the delegates needed to clinch the nomination and avoid a contested convention. The billionaire businessman needs to win 48 percent of the remaining delegates to clinch the nomination by the end of the primaries.

Rhode Island’s Primary Results Show Us How Independents Are Shaping the 2016 Election

yesterdayNews : Truthdig

Peter Schnoll / (CC-BY-2.0) Rhode Island’s primary results “show just how tough and unpredictable the battle for the presidency will be this year, all the way to the White House,” writes Guardian journalist Suzanne McGee. The key factor...Show More Summary

DONALD TRUMP Could Lose 8 of 10 Remaining Primaries and Still Reach 1,237 Delegates on June 7th

Guest post by Joe Hoft After sweeping all five primaries on Tuesday – Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania... The post DONALD TRUMP Could Lose 8 of 10 Remaining Primaries and Still Reach 1,237 Delegates on June 7th appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

‘Bernie Or Bust’: Jane Sanders Predicts Big Bernie Sanders Comeback As Hillary Clinton Struggles To Convert His Supporters

Bernie Sanders only won Rhode Island out of the last group of primary states, prompting Hillary Clinton to begin her attempt at winning over his supporters. Jane Sanders has since spoken out and urged supporters to hang in there and continue their efforts to spread the word because she predicts that Bernie will have a... Show More Summary

Moving Forward=> DONALD TRUMP Only Needs 43% of Remaining Delegates to Win Nomination

After sweeping all five primaries that occurred Tuesday – Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania – Donald Trump has... The post Moving Forward=> DONALD TRUMP Only Needs 43% of Remaining Delegates to Win Nomination appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Bernie’s Rhode Island Win is a Rebirth for the Democratic Party

So, last night didn’t go that well for Bernie Sanders. Despite high hopes for a strong showing in the so-called “Acela primaries,” he managed to win just one of the 5 states at play - Rhode Island. As a result, his path to the Democratic nomination, although still open, just got a lot slimmer.

Primary Concerns Episode 11: The After-Bern Effect

The results of this week’s East Coast primaries—in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, and Delaware—put us on a glide path towards a general election that will pit Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump. Clinton won four of five contests on Tuesday, eliciting a concession of sorts from Bernie Sanders. Show More Summary

Security Level on Greek Rhodes High Regardless of Refugee Influx

The security level on the Greek island of Rhodes is always high and does not depend on whether there is an influx of refugees, Marietta Papavasileiou, the vice governor of tourism for Greece's South Aegean region, said Thursday.

Graphing the delegates: A big Tuesday night for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Tuesday’s primary elections in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland gave Donald Trump five massive wins together with an even more massive delegate haul, propelling his lead over Ted Cruz to more than 400 delegates, as shown above. Show More Summary

The anti-Trump movement isn't over, but GOP path to thwarting him is now vanishingly small

It's not over, for Republicans. But you can see over from here. Trump's sweep in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Delaware means he needs just about half of remaining delegates to win the nomination. Before Tuesday's...Show More Summary

Ted Cruz picks Carly Fiorina as his running mate

TED CRUZ must have expected to lose in the five Republican presidential primaries in the north-eastern states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island on April 26th, but few had forecast quite such a resounding victory for Donald Trump. Show More Summary

Trump Won Every County in Every State on Tuesday

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump won every county in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut and Rhode Island in what some considered to...

The Bob & Chez Show Podcast: Bernie Math, Plus Alex Jones Thinks Obama Hates Black People

Today's topics include: Pennsylvania and Rhode Island Primaries; Bernie Math; Alex Jones and His Black Friend Agree that Beyonce is Eating Baby Brains; Literally; Alex Jones is Gullible; Ted Cruz Lying About Transgender People; Ted Cruz...Show More Summary

Platform Perversity: More from The Campaign That Can't Strategize

After his mostly predictable loss Tuesday, in Pennsylvania (32 net loss of delegates, with 8% spread), Delaware (3 and 20%), Maryland (29 and 30%), Connecticut (3 and 5%), with Sanders winning only Rhode Island (+2 and 12%), the Sanders campaign issued a statement which said it "is going to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia... Show More Summary

The Bob & Chez Show: Bernie Math Edition Today's program from our podcasting affiliate, The Bob & Chez Show: Literally: Pennsylvania and Rhode Island Primaries; Bernie Math; Alex Jones and His Black Friend Agree that Beyonce...Show More Summary

Rhode Island Attorney General Pushing For A State-Level CFAA That Will Turn Researchers, Whistleblowers Into Criminals

3 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We recently wrote about the Rhode Island attorney general's "cybercrime" bill -- a legislative proposal that seeks to address cyberbullying, revenge porn, etc. with a bunch of broadly -- and poorly -- written clauses. Two negative comments...Show More Summary

Donald Trump declares himself the ‘presumptive nominee’

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has declared himself the “presumptive nominee.” Trump won all five states that were holding votes on Tuesday — Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware and Rhode Island. That win should give Trump plenty of momentum as he heads into next weeks contest in Indiana. Show More Summary

Can Bernie Sanders still have an impact on the Democratic Party platform?

Despite his abysmal showing on the latest Super Tuesday – he won only in Rhode Island – Bernie Sanders insists that he will keep campaigning through the last contest (good news for his supporters in California, which holds its primary in June). But political analysts already are discerning a change...

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