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Donald Trump Rushed Off Stage During Protester Altercation in Reno

Michelle Moons, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was rushed offstage at a Reno, Nevada campaign rally as a protester in the audience was involved in an extended incident near the stage. It was not immediately clear what was occurring in the crowd, but several members of what appeared to be law enforcement or U.S. Secret

7 Reasons Washington’s Grand Counter-Terrorism Myths Persist In The Face of Evidence

1. The bewildered herd is lost in the maze of small details, while the doctors of reality construct mental traps and dead-ends in order to contain the conversation of contested political events and issues within the parameters of the U.S.-Israeli counter-terrorism paradigm. The political conversation about the Bin Laden raid, a key event in the

Number of Republicans in America reaches record high

After falling for two straight months, the number of Americans who consider themselves Republicans jumped nearly three points in August.  During August, 37.6% of Americans considered themselves Republicans. That’s up from 34.9% in July and 35.4% in June. It’s also the largest number of Republicans ever recorded by Rasmussen Report since monthly tracking began in

War With Iran Appears More Imminent

There has been ongoing speculation on the possibility of an Israeli-U.S. strike on Iran for quite some time. Publicly, the Obama administration has indicated that while military action was not off the table, it was also not the first choice of the administration. President Obama had hoped Israel would delay an attack on Iran until

Why Romney will win

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3 reasons for Barack Obama loss this November   “At the political futures market Intrade, shares in Mitt Romney have been a hot commodity this week. As of early Thursday evening, the bettors there gave Mr. Romney a 43.5 percent chance of winning November’s election. That’s up from about 39 percent late last week, before

Oil Rises a Fifth Day on U.S. Economy, Saudi Production

Oil climbed for a fifth day in New York, the longest streak of gains in a month, on signs of a strengthening U.S. economy and speculation that higher Saudi Arabian crude output indicates increasing demand for fuel. Futures gained as much as 0.5 percent after closing at a three-month high on Aug. 17 as a