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Poll: Christie tied with Paul in New Hampshire

A new Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm New Hampshire Poll puts Gov. Chris Christie and a potential Republican primary nemesis tied for the top spot in 2016′s first presidential primary state. 61 more words

Poll: Rand Paul shows early strength in New Hampshire

There’s good news for Rand Paul in a new poll about the 2016 presidential race in New Hampshire.

The Kentucky senator and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are tied among likely Republican primary voters in the new… 261 more words

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Home ownership increasingly out of reach for U.S. middle class

Home ownership is increasingly out of reach for America’s middle class.

In just one year, the percentage of all homes for sale considered affordable for the middle class has fallen from 62% in 2013 to 59% in 2014. 389 more words

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What Medium's big play for politicians says about the platform's future

With the latest midterm elections at a close, politicians and analysts have now set their ramblings and pontificating on the 2016 Presidential race. With adoption on online networks even greater today than ever before, another parallel race appears to be taking shape: The fight between digital platforms to become the go-to destination whenever a politician or political operative has something to share with voters. 408 more words

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Servando Gonzalez -- Conspiraphobia Runs Rampant in Both Branches of the Repucratic Party.....................

By Servando Gonzalez

November 21, 2014NewsWithViews.com

Conspiraphobia: An irrational fear of plausible conspiracy theories.Some people who fear exposure of their wrongdoings have created discussion-stopping words to threaten and silence their critics: Zionists coined the word “ 335 more words

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Obama Has Turned Holy? Obama Used Scripture In His Immigration Speech

President Obama who went to a church for twenty years but was not aware in all those twenty years that Rev.Wright was preaching hate on America decided to use scripture in his speech last night on immigration. 820 more words