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House GOP leaders not bothering with Selma anniversary

This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” when civil rights activists trying to march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., to the state capital of Montgomery to work for voting rights were instead beaten with billy clubs by state troopers and local police. 630 more words

Hillary Clinton's Email

News stories don’t just happen, they are created. They endure when they fit an existing narrative or when they serve some useful purpose.

This isn’t an apology for Hillary Clinton’s use of personal email for State Department business, but the story provides interesting insight into her position in the 2016 presidential race and why she is vulnerable despite considerable advantages. 268 more words

'WE BETTER HEED THE MAN'S WARNING !'

We better heed the warning before Iran gets a bomb and uses it. World War III ! This is no game. North Korea and all?  What is Obama  and congress for that matter waiting for? Christmas?

Republicans

Losing faith in the good ole USA

I don’t consider myself a political person but I am one to be bothered by injustice and abuse of power. These last few years have been really hard for this country. 228 more words

The World At Large

Chris Matthews: GOP assisted a ‘takeover attempt’ by a foreign government after Netanyahu’s speech

MSNBC host Chris Matthews denounced Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives for assisting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in an attempt to “take over” U.S. 252 more words

Politics

Most Americans Now Support Same-Sex Marriage, Survey Finds

WASHINGTON (CBS/AP) — In the late 1980s, support for gay marriage was essentially unheard of in America. Just a quarter century later, it’s now favored by clear majority of Americans. 708 more words

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Installment No. 261: Economics

Republicans at the state level of government in the State of Colorado recently made it known they do not believe higher education should be financially accessible for as many as possible when they voted down a proposal to cap tuition at six percent annually.

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