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The Unpopular Truth About The Popular Vote

Derek Hunter,  Have you heard the news that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote? Unless you live under a rock you likely have stumbled across a barista or aspiring novelist mumbling something about how the Electoral College is unfair and undemocratic and how electors should follow “the will of the people” and vote for Hillary

The New York Times used loopholes to avoid paying taxes, too

Cal Thomas,  What would you think of an individual or a company that earned a pre-tax profit of $29.9 million in one year, paid nothing in taxes and still received a $3.5 million refund? Am I speaking of Donald Trump? No, it is The New York Times Company. Forbes magazine studied the newspaper’s 2014 annual

Will Obama fence off more of the ocean? US fishermen are fearful

George Russell, American fishermen are deeply fearful that the Obama White House could cut them off as early as this week from major fishing areas of the U.S. continental shelf on both coasts, further restricting one of the most highly regulated fishing industries in the world. At stake are millions of dollars in fishing revenue and hundreds of

Republican House Speaker Ryan backs Trump, Endorsement after long courtship

Paul Ryan, the top elected Republican, ended a long period of soul-searching and endorsed Donald Trump for president on Thursday, a step toward unifying party loyalists behind the insurgent candidate despite concerns about his candidacy. Ryan had been a high-profile holdout to supporting Trump for the Nov. 8 presidential election out of concern about the

Hillary’s Campaign Manager: ‘This Election Will Be About Trust’

Guy Benson, Even as he says those words, you know he hopes deep down they aren’t true — because if this election really does boil down to trustworthiness, his widely-distrusted serial liar of a boss is in some serious trouble: Note how Couric prefaces the question with a reference to a national poll showing Clinton underwater by 20

Scenario For A Republican Nightmare In The 2016 Elections

Michael Barone  The 2016 presidential election is shaping up as another close race, like the last four. From 2000 to 2012, both major parties’ nominees received between 45 and 53 percent of the vote. Historically, that’s a narrow range, not seen since 1880-1892. It suggests something close to parity between two highly competitive parties. Polls

Hillary Clinton to talk faith instead of politics

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is showcasing her Methodist roots in a speech to about 7,000 members of the United Methodist Church. Clinton, a former U.S. senator for New York and the wife of former President Bill Clinton, has been brandishing her foreign policy experience with a recent address