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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has become not only the Republican Party front-runner in the upcoming US presidential election, but virtually the Republican nominee, following after the withdrawal of his main competitor, Ted Cruz, from the presidential race after his stunning defeat in the recent Indiana primary elections. 324 more words


Growing Asian-American Community Could Influence US Elections

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA—The expanding number of Asian-American voters in the United States doesn’t necessarily translate into political clout in U.S. elections, even though Asian-Americans represent the fastest-growing immigrant population in the United States. 520 more words


Democratic Party is now split over Israel, and Clinton and Sanders represent opposing camps, says Pew

Philip Weiss on May 6, 2016 0 Comments

Pew released a new survey of American attitudes toward the world yesterday, and on Israel the news is clear: the Democratic Party is split, and Bernie Sanders represents the Palestinian-sympathizing camp and Hillary Clinton the Israel-sympathizing one. 452 more words


What We Liked and Loved About Captain America: Civil War

(Source: kotaku.com)

It’s an Avengers movie! It’s a Spider-Man movie! It’s a Black Panther movie! Captain America: Civil War manages to be all of those things and more, thanks to a feat of truly impressive cinematic plate-spinning. 2,404 more words