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Obama's Focus Post White House

Lots of people are wondering what President Barack Obama will do after he leaves office. Earlier this week he revealed that he along with former Attorney General Eric Holder will work to overhaul America’s system of legislative redistricting. 72 more words


Gerrymandering, the 2020 Census, and Population Districts

Oct 17, 2016, President Obama and former Attorney General Eric Holder set to lead the fight against gerrymandering, By Stephen Wolf

“Politico reports former Attorney General Eric Holder will chair a new group called the National Democratic Redistricting Committee to fight Republican gerrymandering ahead of the 2020 Census round of redistricting. 60 more words



Here’s another interesting Wikileaks email that surfaced: Vice Presidential choices for Hillary Clinton — including eight Black people!

This past March, John podesta emailed a list of running mate options to Clinton “Organized by food group,” Podesta explained. 317 more words

BOOM: BRUTAL Pic Shows What’s At Stake For This Election

Published on October 18, 2016

URL of the original posting site: http://clashdaily.com/2016/10/boom-brutal-pic-shows-whats-stake-election/

THIS. IS. TERRIFYING. Every voter NEEDS to see this. Could THIS be Hillary’s SCOTUS?

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Courtesy of WikiLeaks, here's a list of potential VPs Hillary Clinton could have chosen over Tim Kaine

WikiLeaks has released a series of emails from John Podesta, Hillary Clinton campaign chair, former chief of staff for Bill Clinton, and counsellor to Barack Obama. 279 more words

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... The Average Street Cop ... Under Fire [#Feds]...

.. and they feel that they get no support or backing from the Federal Government …

.. NY Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is a cop ‘ s cop . 131 more words

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Eric Holder Slams Donald Trump’s Chilling Debate Threat To Hillary Clinton

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Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called Donald Trump “dangerous” and unqualified to be president after the Republican nominee  208 more words

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