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Coming Monday, who is the GOP establishment?

Today I received a remarkable email from a very powerful friend with much influence. A public figure you have seen on television.

Here’s what he wrote me…. 81 more words

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John Tyler: Far more interesting than you ever knew

Referred to as “His Accidency,” our nation’s 10th president, John Tyler, is largely forgotten. He served nearing four years in office from 1841-1845, but the man who preceded him, William Henry Harrison, is more famous despite (and probably because of) the fact that he served just one month in office. 1,007 more words

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Exposing the corrupt reasons why "the establishment" fears Trump and Sanders?

Why does the GOP establishment fear Donald Trump? And the Democratic establishment fear Bernie Sanders?

Money.

 

Both political parties depend on large donations from banks and corporations. 711 more words

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Strange bedfellows: Why Trump and Cruz need each other now

Today the airwaves are full of false reports from experts telling us how the Republican National Convention might become open and might nominate a new name. 534 more words

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Before the Great Depression: President Herbert Hoover

Herbert Hoover was born in Iowa, which made him the first president to be born west of the Mississippi River. Though he was orphaned at age nine, he managed to get a geology degree from Stanford University. 323 more words

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How Trump Wins?

What does Donald Trump need to do to nail down the Republican Nomination?

The last thing one would expect.

Money.

The last remaining, major piece in the Trump campaign is a successful, powerful, independent Super Political Action Committee to answer the bombardment which is only beginning.   770 more words

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WAR OF WIVES: INSIDE THE TRUMP-CRUZ FIGHT

In 1988 I received a call from my boss Lee Atwater. He was the campaign manager for presidential candidate, George H.W. Bush, and he had a strange request. 790 more words

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