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HERE?S A LOOK AT THE DAY AHEAD OBAMA ADMINISTRATION: President Barack Obama receives the annual hurricane season outlook and preparedness briefing at Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters. He hosts an event to honor the Villanova University men?s basketball team and their 2016 NCAA Championship at the White House at 4:30 p.m. ELECTION 2016: Democratic front-runner [?]
Sanders seeks to disqualify two great liberals from convention
The Sanders campaign emails be the most absurd shit you?ve ever seen.
Hmm, let?s see. Newly minted Democrat Bernie Sanders seeks to disqualify the first openly gay congressman who also happens to be the author of Dodd-Frank?the law Sanders would use to break up the banks, He also seeks to disqualify the architect of incredible progressive achievements in Connecticut, including paid family leave, stricter gun laws, and a dramatic decline in the state?s prison population. You know, two long-time Democrats who have done amazing shit. And why? Because they?re ?aggressive attack surrogates? ? in a political campaign! Try to contain your horror, please.
Meanwhile, in what is apparently not a joke, Sanders named Cornel West to the platform committee, who is not an ?aggressive attack surrogate? at all? Sanders was supposedly the antithesis of a politician, yet here he is challenging the worst of them in the hypocrisy game.
This is all part of Sanders? pretensions of a contested primary. Ha ha, as if. Except it?s hard to laugh when it?s clear that Sanders seeks to divide the party heading into its face-off with Donald Trump. Ironic, huh? We thought it?d be the GOP divided and in civil war. Little did we know that Sanders? kamikaze mission would wreak that on the Democrats instead.
Donald Trump to Hold News Conference on Veterans? Issues
The presumptive Republican candidate has been under scrutiny about a $1 million donation he pledged to veterans? groups after a fund-raiser in Iowa.
McConnell, Ryan Use Balance-of-Powers Argument to Reassure Voters
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Jill Stein: US Owes Japan an Apology for Nuke Attack, More Important is Commitment to Disarm
Jill Stein, who is seeking the Green Party nomination for President, said that President Obama should apologize during his trip to Hiroshima for the use of nuclear weapons against Japan by pledging nuclear disarmament.… Read more ...
As U.S. Admits Migrants in a Trickle, Critics Urge Obama to Pick Up the Pace
With the administration struggling to resettle Syrians and preparing to deport more Central Americans, allies and advocacy groups say the president?s actions do not match his words.
Donald Trump Soured on a Deal, and Hong Kong Partners Became Litigants
?I beat China all the time,? Mr. Trump said last year, citing one Manhattan investment. But documents and interviews tell a very different story of that deal.
Bill Kristol Tweets There Will be an Independent Challenger to Trump and Hillary
As many of you may know, Bill Kristol and several other prominent “mainstream” conservatives have been searching for a movement conservative approved candidate to challenge Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the general election, an effort they are calling the Renegade Party. Heretofore, they have struggled to find a willing candidate.… Read more ...
Anti-Trump Republicans Say they are Continuing to Search for an Independent Presidential Candidate
This article, published May 30, says Bill Kristol and other anti-Trump Republicans are still looking for an independent presidential candidate they can support.
On Washington: In a Secret Meeting, Revelations on the Battle Over Health Care
A former I.R.S. official details the Obama administration?s justification for spending that is at the heart of a federal lawsuit by House Republicans.
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