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Minority Voters Could Swing the 2016 Election

Demographer William H. Frey of Brookings looks at how America’s growing minority population might vote in the 2016 presidential election and beyond.

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Hillary's Temple U. Speech Very Telling!

So Hillary Clinton made a visit to Temple University on Monday. She was out trying to court Millennials. I didn’t see the speech, but I read it, and I have to tell you, here is a woman that is not a happy camper right now. 593 more words

Obama Already Planting Excuse For Hillary's Loss

The news on the campaign trail isn’t good for Hillary Clinton. She’s now trailing Donald Trump nationally, and all of the “battleground states” are a toss-up according to CBS News, where Clinton was leading in 8 of the 10 top battlegrounds just two weeks ago. 469 more words


1. Desde su fundación en 1854 como el Partido de oposición a la Esclavitud, hasta hoy en día, el Partido Republicano a liderado la lucha en favor de la Libertad y los Derechos Civiles. 472 more words


10 Reasons Martin Luther King was a Republican

1. Since its founding in 1854 as the Anti-Slavery Party until today, the Republican Party has championed freedom and civil rights for blacks.

2. It was Republican President Dwight Eisenhower who pushed to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1957 and sent troops to Arkansas to desegregate schools. 349 more words


Why Hillary Clinton Must Embrace Taco Trucks on Every Corner

Last night,  Marco Guteirrez, founder of Latinos for Trump, threatened that “if you don’t do something about  you are going to have taco trucks on every corner.” This is very on-message for the Trump campaign, even if it is toned down from usual threat of murder and rape from across the border. 218 more words


Return of the Moderates?

Beginning with the 2010 primaries, some moderate Republicans lost to their Tea Party opponents.  Some Tea Party candidates won the general election that year but many in the U.S. 510 more words