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Paying And Paying And Paying for Politicians

Paul Jacob, Prince George’s County, Maryland, borders our nation’s capital, so the county’s politicians have certainly had every opportunity to learn from the best. Frankly, their latest “scandal” seems almost tame in comparison to other current and past scandals. The Washington Post informs readers that the county’s “government spends more than $110,000 a year on

Black Friday Madness: Two People are Killed Outside a Macy’s and a Walmart

Two people were shot dead and two others were injured in three separate incidents in New Jersey, Nevada and Tennessee as Black Friday shopping kicked off. A man was fatally shot and his brother was wounded in a shooting outside of a Macy’s in New Jersey on Friday morning while another was shot dead in

Video of deadly encounter between Charlotte police and Keith Lamont Scott

A video of the deadly encounter between Charlotte police and Keith Lamont Scott was obtained and posted on news websites Friday amid calls from protesters and the man’s family for greater police transparency. The video, posted on the websites of the New York Times and NBC News, reportedly was recorded by Scott’s wife, Rakeyia, on

What happens if Clinton drops out?

Whether an October surprise may have come a month early, it’s too soon to say. But Hillary Clinton’s weekend health scare already has started to stir speculation about whether Democratic officials should be discussing the possibility of a Plan B, in case they need to hastily arrange for a replacement nominee. Which raises a basic

Vote Trump: Let’s Not Repeat the Mistakes of the Past

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took their bitter fight for the White House to the battleground state of Ohio on Labor Day on Monday, mingling with voters at a fair, a parade and a brewery as the race entered its final, frenzied two months. Trump, more accustomed to presiding over big rallies from a stage,