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Three Of Colorado’s Largest Police Unions, Representing 2,700 Officers, Endorse Trump

As originally reported by The Denver Post, unions representing law enforcement officers in Denver, Aurora and Colorado Springs have endorsed Donald J. Trump for President, joining the National Fraternal Order of Police. Nick Rogers, president of the Denver Police Protective Association released the following in response to the membership’s overwhelming support:  “After thoughtful consideration, we wholeheartedly

Mike Pence: A Big Reason to Vote Trump

Melissa Clouthier, This election cycle, a huge percentage of voters are voting against who they hate/distrust the most. People dislike Hillary Clinton and think she’s a criminal who is above the law and disdains average voters. People worry that Donald Trump has bad judgment and makes stupid decisions. In an odd way, this made the Vice

Tim Kaine: “Make America GRATE Again”

Wayne Allyn Root, The good news is Tim Kaine finally answered an age-old, world-class mystery – “How does anyone make Hillary likeable?” The answer? “Just watch Tim Kaine for a few minutes.” After watching the Vice Presidential debate on Tuesday night, Kaine puts a new spin on “Make America GRATE again.” The man’s personality clearly

How Mike Pence won the debate

Betsy McCaughey,  Vice Presidential candidates Republican Gov. Mike Pence and Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine went 90 minutes in the ring Tuesday night in Farmville, Virginia without either side scoring a knockout punch. But Pence won the debate by conveying the Trump ticket’s vision for the future.   He deftly avoided a slugfest over the petty issues that have

Pence vs. Kaine: Five things to look for at the Vice Presidential #Debate

William Whalen,  If history’s any indication, America is in for a letdown come Tuesday night when the two vice presidential hopefuls square off at Longwood College, which is a good hour’s drive west of Richmond, Virginia. And it has nothing to do with evening’s two participants – Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine and Indiana Gov. Mike

Schedule of the Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates

Catherine Dunn,  With the first debate less than a week away, tensions are mounting for what may be one of the highest rated television programs of all time. Here is your essential guide to the dates, times, and locations of all four presidential and vice presidential debates. First Presidential Debate Date and Time: Monday, Sept.

Statement from Republican Vice Presidential Candidate, Governor Mike Pence

“Donald Trump and I believe that Captain Humayun Khan is an American hero and his family, like all Gold Star families, should be cherished by every American. Captain Khan gave his life to defend our country in the global war on terror. Due to the disastrous decisions of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, a once

Trump Statement In Response To Leon Panetta’s Speech

“It is alarming that Leon Panetta would, through his silence, excuse Hillary Clinton’s enablement of foreign espionage with her illegal email scheme and her corrupt decision to then destroy those emails to hide her crimes from the public and authorities. He better than most should know how many lives she put at risk. At the

Banner Unveiled ‘Election Fraud’ #wikileaks During Prime Time DNC Show

Sarah Fisher, Truth Revolt  Unhappy Democrats unrolled a banner reading “Election Fraud #wikileaks” during Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine’s speech at the DNC on Wednesday night. The banner hung briefly over the railing just above the section where Vice President Joe Biden is sitting, along with his wife Jill and other VIP guests, directly across

Trump announces Pence as his running mate

Republican Donald Trump announced Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate on Friday, putting a seasoned conservative politician at his side who could help rally more party loyalists behind his White House bid. Republican sources said on Thursday that Trump had decided on Pence, but the campaign had not confirmed this until

Donald Trump Is Considering Newt Gingrich for Vice Presidential Role

Trump has sought advice from confidants about selecting the former House speaker as a running mate. Donald Trump has discussed in recent days the possibility of selecting former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich as his running mate, according to people familiar with the talks. Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has been asking confidants for input