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Hillary Playing Chess Against Checker Players

Always see the forest through the trees, they say

Hillary Clinton’s embrace of immigration reform has been an unusually bold gesture for a public figure best known for her caution.

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2016 Presidential Election

Feminists and their Fears turn to Big Daddy Fascism for Comfort and Security

FEMINIST ENEMY NUMBER ONE

by Mark Hemingway at the Weekly Standard:

Christina Hoff Sommers might need a safe space.

“Lately, there’s a lot of talk among feminists about the need to keep women safe. 264 more words

Marxism

Now I'm P.O.'d: ISIS This Week

That’s the first bit of news on this Memorial Day, 2015, and there’s more: Here are just a few items from today:

Just when it seems the horror can grow no deeper, ISIS shows that man’s capacity for cruelty knows no bounds.

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Hillary Clinton and E-mails: Should She Be President?

The United States is launching the process of selecting a president in 2016. Candidates are announcing their intentions and their promises.

The amazing object about these elections is how a person who has broken laws can still be a frontrunner for the most significant and esteemed position in this nation. 323 more words

E-mail

The Deception of Benghazi

This Memorial Day we remember those Americans who didn’t make it back, whether it was from recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, whether it was upon the beaches of Normandy or Iwo Jima, or any other conflicts. 1,361 more words

American Politics

Women Unite - stepping up to the plate!

Hillary Clinton may feel like the press hounds and harasses her, but there’s one segment of the media from which she’s getting the kind of coverage you just can’t buy: women’s magazines. 51 more words

Election 2016

Elections: the Quadrennial Bonus for Propagandists

Elections:  the Quadrennial Bonus for Propagandists

What are we, fucking cowards?  Here in Chapel Hill,

where sophomores are winning “Woman of the Year,”

and Friday peaceniks stand without fear, where the… 165 more words

Poetry