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CNN: Jason Johnson on Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Competing for Black Voters

On CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello, Jason Johnson and Erin Bilbray discuss the campaign for African-American voters between Hillary Clinton and Erin Bilbray.


Lecture Recap: February 1, 2016

This past Monday, February 1, we discussed mostly caucuses and primaries. After a few remarks on how to customize your WordPress blog to allow comments to be shown without moderation, our instructors moved on to how the different Iowa caucuses are run. 336 more words

Lecture Recaps

Had Enough Already: The Tea Party’s Rise and How It Has Effected the Republican Party and Subsequently the American Political System

Throughout American history, political parties have come and gone in all eras. This includes major powers like the Whig Party and smaller factions such as the Populist Party. 3,182 more words


Why Donald Trump is Still Leading

Over the last week, Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign has taken a dark, foreboding tone. First, he discussed with a reporter the possibility that he might… 1,403 more words


Mizzou president stepped down for 'poo-swastika' that no one can prove existed

University of Missouri system president Timothy Wolfe resigned on Monday after demands by football players and activists with Concerned Student 1950. It was claimed he didn’t do enough to address racism and bigotry and campus. 580 more words


Who are these people again?

I wrote earlier today that I was going to pull up the floorboards trying to disprove my own perception that the rebellious factions within the GOP aren’t all that ideologically distinctive. 742 more words


Coal company to pay $5,000 fine for 'fire Obama' signs

The Hill: A major coal mining company has agreed to pay $5,000 to settle charges that it violated election spending rules by distributing anti-President Obama signs in 2012. 275 more words