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Showdown! NFL MVP Matt Ryan for the Falcons Against Tom Brady and the Patriots

Daniel Leberfeld, Sports play as an escape from real world negativity. Unfortunately, the sports and political worlds collide quite a bit recently. Whatever your political persuasion, the actual game on Super Bowl Sunday should prove fun to watch. Neither the cast of the Mike Pence-hating musical Hamilton singing “America the Beautiful” pregame nor activist-singer Lady

Patriotism? Tom Brady’s Donald Trump Friendship in Spotlight as #SuperBowl Looms

Matthew Boyle, The New England Patriots will face off against the Atlanta Falcons a week from Sunday in the Super Bowl, and as the big game looms an interesting relationship takes center stage: Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady’s friendship with President Donald Trump. Sports Illustrated’s Melissa Jacobs reported on Tuesday about Brady’s recent interview with WEEI

Elizabeth Warren was school voucher supporter — before Trump was elected

Victor Skinner, WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has spoken out against President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, because of the Michigan philanthropist’s support for school vouchers. And while Warren is expected to grill DeVos before the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee on Tuesday over her long-standing support for

National Poll Shows Donald Trump Surges Among Hispanics, African Americans

Neil Munro, Breitbart Donald Trump is favored by one-in-four African Americans and one-in-three Latinos, according to a poll conducted by the Boston Herald and Franklin Pierce University. The poll of 1,025 likely voters was conducted by RKM Research for Franklin Pierce University and the Boston Herald, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4. Overall, Franklin Pierce

Kaine Is A Career Democratic Party Insider

Insider Kaine Vs. Outsider Sanders Politico ‘s Edward-Isaac Dovere: “In An Anti-Establishment Year, He’s [Kaine’s] A Career Politician.” “Lining up against Kaine is the boring factor – both that he doesn’t come off as the most interesting person himself, and that at this point, his selection is so widely expected that the announcement wouldn’t excite

Thousands Protest Planned Parenthood Throughout Nation

Dr. Susan Berry, Breitbart A coalition of national and state pro-life activists brought thousands of people together on Saturday at over 200 locations around the country to protest Planned Parenthood facilities. In Boston, Rev. Eugene Rivers said to pro-life demonstrators in front of a Hub Planned Parenthood clinic on Commonwealth Avenue, “I believe every baby

The tabloid campaign: The Enquirer, Cruz, Trump and the media’s dilemma

Howard Kurtz, When the National Enquirer first published a 2007 story on John Edwards’ “shocking mistress scandal,” the mainstream media ignored it, in part because the story was weak and the woman wasn’t named. The same thing happened months later when the tabloid said that Edwards had fathered a love child. The media could still

Obamacare Success: Half of Georgia’s Insurance Enrollees Fail to Make Monthly Payment

Mac  The Obama administration has stated unequivocally that the debate concerning whether or not the Patient Affordable Care Act has been a success is over. They’ve won the argument and its evidenced by the tens of thousands of Americans who have signed up on exchanges across the country. Here’s a small glimpse into just how successful

The state of the state ObamaCare exchanges

Most national media attention has been focused on the federal ObamaCare exchange, which serves 36 states.  The remaining state exchanges get less news coverage, although occasionally an ObamaCare apologist will claim they’re doing much better than the federal train wreck. Our first hint that this claim might not be entirely accurate comes from Maryland –