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  • The Intellectual Argument for the Trump Presidency

    01/06/2017 9:29:35 AM PST · by Kaslin · 4 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 6, 2017 | Suzanne Fields
    Everyone's wondering just what kind of president Donald Trump will make. Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, and Tories and Whigs (there must still be a few of them tucked away somewhere) who are still talking to one another have embraced timid and tentative expectations. This did not include the haters, the Never Trumpers or the soreheads for Hillary Clinton, who would see the nation fail just to prove themselves right about him. Most of us who appreciate the democratic values and the republic's constitutional framework haven't had a clue as to the attitudes and qualities that will rest comfortably...
  • Democrat Mulls Move To Delay Certification of Trump's Victory (needs one Senator, doesnt have it)

    01/05/2017 3:27:12 PM PST · by drewh · 57 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 1/5/17 2:29 PM | By NICOLE DURAN (@DURANNI1) •
    Rep. Ed Perlmutter, D-Colo., indicated Thursday that he is exploring all possible procedures at his disposal to delay certification of the Electoral College results during a joint session of Congress on Friday. Perlmutter hasn't committed to putting up a roadblock to finalizing the results, but his office confirmed that he is "reviewing certain laws and the U.S. Constitution as it pertains to efforts to undermine our electoral process." The rules allow lawmakers to protest the counting of Electoral College votes, but because the votes are counted during a joint session of Congress, a senator would also have to protest the...
  • Impeaching Trump (Moonbat Derangement Alert)

    01/01/2017 10:52:07 PM PST · by goldstategop · 111 replies
    Huffington Post ^ | 01/01/2017 | Robert Kuttner
    Trump is far more of a menace than Nixon. Trump will commit impeachable offenses. There is no way to contain him other than removing him from office, before the damage to our democracy is irrevocable. The process of building the impeachment case needs to begin now.
  • 2016 Will Be Remembered as The Year “Media Polling” Corruption Was Exposed…

    12/31/2016 10:12:54 AM PST · by HarleyLady27 · 50 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | Dec. 31, 2016 | Sundance
    In a year when there were hundreds seismic shifts amid the tectonic plates within the body politic, one of the most important was the revelation that Media Polling is just as brutally biased as the media entities who present the polling results. With election 2016 behind us, and before 2017 arrives, the truth behind the intentionally constructed deception must not simply fade back into the shadows. Never again should the American voter trust the polling presented by corporate media. Everything about it is a financed and manufactured fraud.
  • Electoral College Member Votes For Faith Spotted Eagle (2nd woman to get a pres. electoral vote)

    12/19/2016 9:39:30 PM PST · by Az Joe · 21 replies
    The Good ^ | 12-19-16
    On Monday, it was Hillary Clinton who was losing a stream of Electoral College votes to surprising individuals, not Donald Trump. Four Democratic electors in Washington State alone declined to vote for Clinton, who won the state overwhelmingly, and instead threw their votes behind Standing Rock activist Faith Spotted Eagle, former Secretary of State Colin Powell. The Daily Beast reports that Powell, a longtime Republican who supported the Democratic nominee in the last three elections, actually received three of the four rogue votes.
  • Democratic Senator: Hillary Is 'Hurting' After Loss To Trump [VIDEO]

    12/15/2016 7:40:00 AM PST · by Zakeet · 73 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | December 14, 2016 | Chuck Ross
    Hillary Clinton is "hurting" following her election loss to Donald Trump, California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Wednesday. "I think it is fair to say she’s hurting," Feinstein said during an interview with MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell. The Democrat had lunch with Clinton last week when the former secretary of state visited Capitol Hill to attend Nevada Sen. Harry Reid’s retirement party. "She is brave," Feinstein said of Clinton. "She is a real professional in the sense of her values, care, concern. I think all of us know who watch that campaign, it was a very hard campaign for her - the...
  • Editorial - Electors reject Mr. Trump

    12/15/2016 6:27:43 AM PST · by 1Old Pro · 53 replies
    The Albany TImes Union ^ | 12/15/2016 | Editorial
    On Monday, members of the Electoral College will gather in each state to select a president. We call on them, particularly Republican electors, to deny Donald Trump the presidency — as the Constitution allows and as the Founding Fathers envisioned for a candidate so antithetical to their aspirations for the nation's highest office.
  • Trump’s Approach: A Fresh Start Or Crazy Reckless?

    12/14/2016 4:09:58 AM PST · by goldstategop · 31 replies
    New York Times ^ | 12/14/2016 | Thomas L. Friedman
    But my fellow Americans, whatever mix of motives led us to create an Electoral College majority for Donald Trump to become President — and overlook his lack of preparation, his record of indecent personal behavior, his madcap midnight tweeting, his casual lying about issues like “millions” of people casting illegal votes in this election, the purveying of fake news by his national security adviser, his readiness to appoint climate change deniers without even getting a single briefing from the world’s greatest climate scientists in the government he’ll soon lead and his cavalier dismissal of the C.I.A.’s conclusions about Russian hacking...
  • US Elections Show Weakness Of Sociology In Face Of Internet ― Russian Presidential Advisor

    12/12/2016 8:48:07 PM PST · by goldstategop · 14 replies
    TASS ^ | 12/13/2016 | TASS
    The victory of Donald Trump at US presidential election demonstrates the weakness of "classical" sociology in the face of the Internet because Hillary Clinton was leading in most sociological polls ahead of the vote, Russian presidential advisor for developing Internet German Klimenko told Life Zvuk radio station. "No one on the Internet asked or looked at what people answer. No one monitored how many people like Trump’s messages on Twitter. That’s how we saw for the first time that old sociology turned out to be weaker that the internet, and Clinton lost," Klimenko said. Clinton’s defeat was due to the...
  • Kremlin Refutes Claims About Alleged Russian Intervention In US Presidential Election

    12/12/2016 4:46:47 AM PST · by goldstategop · 60 replies
    TASS ^ | 12/12/2016 | TASS
    There has been no proof any secret services may somehow influenced the outcome of the presidential campaign in the United States, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said about media reports some Russian hackers, allegedly supervised by Russian secret services, had repeatedly obtained unauthorized access to US servers with the aim to secure Donald Trump’s win. "Enviable regularity various Russian mass media have been publishing such allegations. With enviable regularity many high-ranking US and British Officials have been making such statements and likewise with enviable regularity none of the absolutely groundless claims has been propped up by any information, let alone...
  • "Fact checkers" WaPo: "sure" no illegals voted...

    11/28/2016 7:16:21 AM PST · by FreedomUS · 29 replies
    WaPo the always warrior with a poisonous passion in its OBSESSIVE anti Trump-ism, is 100% sure Trump's charge of illegal votes is 'false.' "Donald Trump’s bogus claim that millions of people voted illegally for Hillary Clinton" - Washington Post Nov-27-2016. It's one thing to call it: unproven, another thing to be so certain it's not true with no evidence to base it upon. However, what is so certain is that in 2013: "Supreme Court strikes down Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote - U.S." NBC - Jun 17, 2013 - The Supreme Court on Monday struck down an Arizona law that requires ... requirement for would-be voters to show proof of U.S....
  • Michelle Obama is Democrats’ best bet for 2020, oddsmakers say

    11/18/2016 9:49:07 AM PST · by PROCON · 152 replies
    washingtontimes.com ^ | Nov. 17, 2016 | Stephen Dinan
    Michelle Obama says she wants nothing to do with politics now, but oddsmakers still say she’s got the best chance of any Democrat of winning the White House in four years. Bovada, an online gambling site, says the odds of Mrs. Obama winning are 12-to-1. The next-best Democrats, Sen. Tim Kaine and Elizabeth Warren, get odds of 14-to-1. By contrast three Republicans have higher odds: President-elect Donald Trump is a 2-to-1 bet to repeat, while Vice President-elect Mike Pence and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan are each given 10-to-1 odds.
  • Pelosi challenger says Dems need to start winning

    11/18/2016 6:22:01 AM PST · by kevcol · 45 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 18, 2016 | Kyle Feldscher
    The Democratic congressman challenging Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi for the House opposition leader said he's gunning for the top spot because it's time to start winning again. . . . "We're not winning and it's time for a change.
  • Odds on GOP retaining Senate in 2018

    11/15/2016 8:19:59 PM PST · by Degaston · 17 replies
    The Republicans have 8 seats, Dems have 23 seats, and the 2 Dem-leaning Independents are in this Class. With 44 seats in the other 2 classes for the GOP and Pence as VP this means the Dem's have to pick off 3 seats to get the majority. Utah Hatch, Texas Cruz, Nebraska Fischer, Mississippi Wicker, and Wyoming Barrasso are about as close as possible to being done-deals that their seats stay GOP in 2018. Picking off Corker in Tennessee would be super hard to do. Flake in Arizona could be vulnerable depending on fallout with immigration enforcement. About the only...
  • SICK BAST***=> Senior Banker Calls for ISIS to Rape and Decapitate Melania Trump

    11/15/2016 4:40:52 AM PST · by kevcol · 74 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | November 14, 2016 | Jim Hoft
    Don King, a senior banker with BNP Paribas, posted a threat for ISIS to rape and behead Melania Trump. Could you even imagine if someone posted this tweet about Michelle Obama or Hillary Clinton? How disgusting.
  • 'Orange Is the New Black' Star Suggests Taking a Baseball Bat to Anyone Who's Not a Democrat

    11/13/2016 8:28:23 AM PST · by kevcol · 86 replies
    Independent Journal Review ^ | November 12, 2016 | Parker Lee
    Earlier this week, actress Lea DeLaria — who's made a splash in her role on Netflix's hit show “Orange Is the New Black” — posted an Instagram photo in which she appeared to call for violence against anyone who's not a Democrat. Or pick up a baseball bat and take out every f**king republican and independent I see.
  • Utahns want Donald Trump to soften his tone, reach out [barf alert]

    11/13/2016 7:56:33 AM PST · by kevcol · 42 replies
    The Salt Lake Tribune ^ | November 12, 2016 | MATT CANHAM
    As she watched the election returns late Tuesday, Jessica Anderson couldn't fight back the tears or the feeling her country had just been diminished. . . . "It was very demoralizing to me to think that so many Americans could look past his foul nature and still vote for him," she said. "I was very depressed." ... She voted for independent Evan McMullin, while her Republican husband voted for Clinton. She stands by her decision, criticizing the Democratic nominee as a politician who would have pushed the country toward socialism. At the same time, she said, she had already "come...
  • Wisconsin Republican: Ryan is 'Quisling of Capitol Hill'

    11/13/2016 5:35:02 AM PST · by kevcol · 23 replies
    WND ^ | November 12, 2016 | Paul Bremmer
    “Many of our fellow citizens feel alienated and have lost faith in our core institutions. They don’t feel heard, and they don’t feel represented by those in office. But Donald Trump heard a voice out in this country that no one else heard.” House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke those words Wednesday, a day after Trump’s momentous upset victory in the presidential election. But the speaker is wrong to suggest Trump heard a voice no one else did, contends Paul Nehlen, the man who challenged Ryan in his GOP congressional primary this year. “We’ve all been screaming it,” Nehlen told WND...
  • Report: University of Pennsylvania Offers Puppies, Coloring Books to Students Distraught[tr]

    11/13/2016 5:16:56 AM PST · by kevcol · 48 replies
    Breitbart ^ | November 12, 2016 | Tom Ciccotta
    Administrators at the University of Pennsylvania reportedly provided students upset over the results of Tuesday’s presidential election with emotional support puppies, coloring books, and chocolate. . . . “Some professors turned Wednesday’s classes into ‘safe spaces’ in which students could freely express their concerns for their futures. On a campus that voted 3612-375 in favor of Hillary Clinton, these open forums were naturally dominated by anti-Trump voices.” “Obviously the diversity at Penn is not diversity of opinion since the opinion of almost half the country is almost unaccounted for on campus,” Tancredi claimed. “I’m also worried for my fellow students....
  • Podesta: Hillary Clinton lost because media gave Donald Trump ‘a pass’

    11/12/2016 6:44:10 PM PST · by kevcol · 106 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | November 11, 2016 | Douglas Ernst
    A private conference call Thursday with Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, communications director Jennifer Palmieri and other aides addressed what Ms. Palmieri called “the most devastating loss in the history of American politics,” The Hill reported Thursday. . . . “The media always covered [Mrs. Clinton] as the person who would be president and therefore tried to eviscerate her before the election, but covered Trump who was someone who was entertaining and sort of gave him a pass,” Mr. Podesta said. “We need to reflect and analyze that and put our voices forward.”
  • Mike Pence will use political experience to help guide Donald Trump’s agenda on Capitol Hill

    11/11/2016 6:28:06 AM PST · by kevcol · 30 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | November 10, 2016 | Seth McLaughlin
    The Indiana governor and former congressman took a leap of faith when he accepted Mr. Trump’s invitation to be his running mate. Now conservatives say that as the experienced Capitol Hill hand serving a president who has never held elected office before, Mr. Pence is positioned to be one of the most influential vice presidents in history. . . . “I think he will be there as a steady, faithful partner to Donald Trump, bring his experience from being a House member and as a governor into the room and share with him, ‘Here is how we really make work...
  • U. of Michigan Gives Students Play-Doh, Coloring Books to Cope With Trump

    11/10/2016 8:37:47 PM PST · by kevcol · 75 replies
    PJ Media ^ | November 10, 2016 | Tom Knighton
    “People are frustrated, people are just really sad and shocked,” said Trey Boynton, the director of multi-ethnic student affairs at the University of Michigan. “A lot of people are feeling like there has been a loss. We talked about grief today and about the loss of hope that this election would solidify the progress that was being made.” There was a steady flow of students entering Ms. Boynton’s office Wednesday. They spent the day sprawled around the center, playing with Play-Doh and coloring in coloring books, as they sought comfort and distraction.
  • Carr: There was more than one loser

    11/10/2016 5:33:10 PM PST · by kevcol · 14 replies
    Boston Herald ^ | November 10, 2016 | Howie Carr
    Loser: Mitt Romney, maybe the biggest next to Hillary. Had a temper tantrum about Trump, who then proceeded to carry Mitt’s real home state, Michigan, something Romney could never come close to doing in 2012. Who’s yo’ daddy, Willard? . . . Losers: Libertarian ticket of Gary Johnson and Bill Weld. Started the campaign as “respected” former GOP governors, ended as wasted, beclowned cheerleaders for the most corrupt major-party presidential candidate in U.S. history.
  • Obama 'stands by' his Trump insults

    11/10/2016 1:23:20 PM PST · by kevcol · 41 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 10, 2016 | Sarah Westwood
    President Obama has not changed his view that President-elect Donald Trump is "uniquely unqualified" to hold the office of the presidency, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Thursday. "The president's views haven't changed. He stands by the argument he made on the campaign trail," Earnest told reporters Thursday.
  • France plans on getting tough with President-elect Trump

    11/09/2016 8:48:34 PM PST · by kevcol · 63 replies
    Bizpac Review ^ | November 9, 2016 | Saagar Enjeti, DCNF
    France’s Foreign Minister said Wednesday Europe must not flinch in protecting European interests from President-elect Donald Trump. “We have to meet the challenge for a Europe that must be able to better defend its citizens and its interests,” French Foreign Minsiter Jean-Marc Ayrault told French media. Ayrault called Trump’s statements on foreign policy “confused” and shocking to traditional U.S. allies.
  • Jeb and George H.W. Bush Congratulate Donald Trump, Offer Prayers

    11/09/2016 8:29:16 PM PST · by kevcol · 53 replies
    TIME ^ | November 9, 2016 | Sarah Begley
    “Barbara and I congratulate @realDonaldTrump, wish him well as he guides America forward as our next President,” wrote H.W. on Twitter. “His family is in our prayers.” “Congratulations on your victory @realDonaldTrump,” wrote Jeb. “As our President, Columba and I will pray for you in the days and months to come.”
  • Teary-eyed Tim Kaine ‘proud of Hillary’

    11/09/2016 7:59:23 PM PST · by kevcol · 34 replies
    CNN wire via WTVR ^ | November 9, 2016 | CNN wire
    NEW YORK — Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine on Wednesday praised Hillary Clinton and her candidacy in introductory remarks for his running mate in New York. Kaine, speaking before campaign staffers and supporters, noted Clinton’s historic candidacy as the first female major party nominee and said she had won the popular vote. “I’m proud of Hillary, because she loves this country,” said Kaine, who had tears in his eyes.
  • It’s 1980 all over again

    11/09/2016 7:40:28 PM PST · by kevcol · 17 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | November 9, 2016 | Donna Wiesner Keene
    Even more than in 1980, the media this year was in the tank for the Democrats. That crazy, racist and fringe tea party movement had been put in its place, dismissed as consisting of little more than a bunch of elderly ignoramuses not even worth mentioning as everyone prepared to coronate Mrs. Clinton. Less idealistic about how long it would take to change the country, tea party activists had gone to work, joining with others who distrusted pollsters and do not answer surveys.
  • (Vanity) A brief look at Puerto Rico's 2016 general elections

    11/09/2016 7:46:32 AM PST · by rrstar96 · 4 replies
    November 9, 2016 | rrstar96
    Ricardo Rosselló with the pro-statehood New Progressive Party (PNP) was elected Governor of Puerto Rico during yesterday’s general elections. With 97% of the island’s polling stations reporting, Rosselló (the son of former Governor Pedro Rosselló) received 41.76% of the vote compared to 38.93% for former Secretary of State and pro-Commonwealth Popular Democratic Party (PPD) candidate David Bernier. According to additional information posted on the Commonwealth Elections Commission website this morning, Rosselló carried 46 of the island’s 78 municipalities, Bernier carried 23, and the remaining 9 were not yet called due to a 0.5% or less difference between the two candidates....
  • Mitt Romney Sends ‘Best Wishes’ To President-Elect Donald Trump

    11/09/2016 6:38:06 AM PST · by kevcol · 68 replies
    CBS Boston ^ | November 9, 2016 | CBS
    BOSTON (CBS) – Mitt Romney, a critic of Donald Trump who came up short in his own campaign for president, is wishing Trump well after his surprise victory. “Best wishes for our duly elected president: May his victory speech be his guide and preserving the Republic his aim,” Romney tweeted Wednesday morning.
  • Political pundits: We're fired!

    11/09/2016 6:09:35 AM PST · by kevcol · 25 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 9, 2016 | Dustin Siggins
    Likewise, millions of blue-collar voters who have been sacrificed for political gain by establishment-approved politicians in both parties made their voices heard. Political correctness was thrown out the window, the GOP's slide towards amnesty was halted and corrupt partnerships between big government and big business were put on notice. Second, it's about time the chattering class was knocked off its perch. People who add no value to the nation's economy and spend most of their time denigrating Americans as stupid and unable to function without a nanny government were sent reeling. The American people were heard loud and clear, throwing...
  • D.C. Republicans ready 'Trump dumpster fire' celebration

    11/09/2016 12:24:11 AM PST · by kevcol · 7 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 8, 2016 | Paul Bedard
    Washington's #NeverTrump Republicans have set an Election Day victory party to cheer the GOP nominee's defeat, they hope. In a Facebook post, the group said it would meet at Lincoln, about four blocks from the White House. . . .Please join your fellow #NeverTrump Republicans (and some friends from across the aisle) on election night to celebrate the end of this historically-awful campaign season and the electoral repudiation of Donald Trump and all he represents.
  • AP calls election for TRUMP

    11/08/2016 11:32:55 PM PST · by kevcol · 28 replies
    AP ^ | November 9, 2016 | AP
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  • John Kasich, eager to chart a GOP future after Donald Trump, plans Thursday speech in D.C.

    11/08/2016 11:20:17 PM PST · by kevcol · 59 replies
    The Plain Dealer ^ | November 8, 2016 | Henry J. Gomez
    CLEVELAND, Ohio – Ohio Gov. John Kasich will move quickly this week to assert himself as a major political figure as the Republican Party looks to move past Donald Trump. ... In the address, Kasich will outline his vision for the future of the country and party.
  • Ryan calls to congratulate Trump

    11/08/2016 11:08:33 PM PST · by kevcol · 13 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 9, 2016 | Susan Ferrechi
    House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., called Donald Trump early Wednesday morning, according to an aide, who said he "congratulated Trump on his big night." The aide said Trump and Ryan, "had a very good conversation." Ryan also spoke with GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, a former House GOP leader. Ryan endorsed Trump earlier this year but had been estranged from the Trump campaign following a leaked video from 2005 that showed Trump making lewd comments about women.
  • Grief and Disbelief at Clinton HQ as Donald Trump Pulls Ahead: ‘I Feel Nauseous,’ Aide Says

    11/08/2016 10:40:09 PM PST · by kevcol · 66 replies
    People ^ | November 8, 2016 | Stephanie Petit
    Despite a palpable buzz in the air at the start of the evening, the crowd grew quiet as the swing states of North Carolina and Florida went to the Republican presidential nominee. Michigan, New Hampshire and Wisconsin all look as though they could swing for Trump, as well. “I feel nauseous,” one top campaign official for Clinton told PEOPLE before slipping behind a black curtain beyond which reporters were barred.
  • Drudge Upper Headline: TRUMP WINS IN HISTORIC UPRISING...

    11/08/2016 9:20:20 PM PST · by kevcol · 77 replies
    Drudge ^ | November 8, 2016
    TRUMP WINS IN HISTORIC UPRISING...
  • Report: Senate Dem may be willing to switch parties

    11/08/2016 9:13:44 PM PST · by kevcol · 28 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 8, 2016 | Pete Kasperowicz
    An MSNBC reporter said Tuesday night that Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., told her that he could decide to switch to the Republican Party if Trump wins and the Senate is close. "There was a conversation I just got off the phone with Sen. Joe Manchin, because I've been picking up a lot of intense speculation that in the event there was a 50-50 Senate, he might be somebody who would switch parties, potentially become an independent," reporter Kasie Hunt said. "I have to tell you, I couldn't get a firm commitment from him that he was definitely going to be...
  • Reports: Mentally Ill Voters Being Used As Pawns In Florida

    11/08/2016 4:04:20 PM PST · by kevcol · 35 replies
    Breitbart ^ | November 8, 2016 | Caleb Ecarma
    The voter fraud allegations in Broward County, Fla. continued today, as this morning a sworn affidavit was released stating dozens of mentally-ill or mentally incapacitated voters have had their ballots effectively filled out by individuals claiming to assist them. Florida Republican operative Lauren Cooley first broke the story on Twitter earlier today. The affiant is a poll watcher, certified by the Broward County Supervisor of Elections, and states that these incidents have been ongoing at the North West Regional Library polling location in Coral Springs, Fla. since early voting began on Oct. 24.
  • Heavy voter turnout reported across Granite State

    11/08/2016 12:22:11 PM PST · by kevcol · 32 replies
    New Hampshire Union Leader ^ | November 8, 2016 | JOHN KOZIOL
    "It’s looking like (Secretary of State) Bill Gardner’s prediction of a record turnout is going to hold up," said Deputy Secretary of State David Scanlan in a phone interview. On Friday, Gardner predicted a record 550,000 votes will be cast on Elections Day. He believes 282,000 Republican ballots will be cast – a record for the GOP – and 268,000 Democratic ballots, second to the 272,000 cast in 2008. . . . One woman exiting the school, Alice Noise, said she was a Democrat who voted for Trump because she had lost trust in Clinton after repeated scandals. "I was...
  • Voto secreto Trump? Most Hispanics back deportation, want immigration cap cut in half

    11/08/2016 9:37:05 AM PST · by kevcol · 20 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 8, 2016 | Paul Bedard
    An election eve poll finds sweeping support for immigration enforcement even among most Hispanics in the United States, potentially bolstering Donald Trump's presidential bid. The Pulse Opinion Research survey found that 51 percent of Hispanics believe that there has been "too little" done to enforce immigration laws. What's more, by a margin of 49 percent to 36 percent, Hispanics "support a policy causing illegal immigrants to return home by enforcing the law."
  • 'Out of Our Polls Trump': Topless Women Escorted Out of Manhattan Polling Station

    11/08/2016 7:51:58 AM PST · by kevcol · 82 replies
    NBC New York ^ | November 8, 2016 | Lisa Fernandez and Mark Matthews
    Two women, naked from the waist up, burst into a midtown Manhattan polling station early Tuesday, shouting: “Out of our polls Trump, out of our polls Trump!” The women were soon escorted out of the basement of P.S. 59 at 233 E. 56th Street, where Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is expected to vote later. The women wore jeans but no tops. One had the word “Trump” near her collarbone and the words “Grab your b---s” scrawled on her belly.
  • 'Today is our Independence Day!' Trump urges voters to 'close the books on the Clintons' [tr]

    11/08/2016 5:26:31 AM PST · by kevcol · 10 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | November 7, 2016 | David Martosko
    Donald Trump ended his historic presidential campaign the way he began it: promising to 'make America great again.' More than 300 rallies into his 17-month White House quest, the baseball cap slogan had become a speech-ending war whoop. In the wee hours of Election Day, he made his case one last time. 'I am with you. I will fight for you. And I will win for you. I promise,' he said.
  • Kaine: Vote for Clinton because she 'won't go away'

    11/08/2016 4:55:20 AM PST · by kevcol · 44 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 8, 2016 | Becket Adams
    She wouldn't go away. Isn't that what you want in a president of the United States? Someone that won't back up, won't go away, won't give up?" Kaine asked. . . . Kaine was joined at his rally in Fairfax by Vice President Joe Biden, who assured supporters that the country's future has never looked brighter. "We're America, we don't scare easily. We're America, we never bend, we never bow, we never break," Biden said.
  • State Department tells court it needs 5 years to review deleted Clinton emails

    11/07/2016 1:32:21 PM PST · by kevcol · 48 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 7, 2016 | Sarah Westwood
    State Department officials asked a federal court Monday to consider allowing them up to five years for their review of 31,000 pages of emails recovered by the FBI during its year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton. During the same hearing, the State Department admitted that the FBI provided 2,100 emails from Clinton's server that her legal team either deleted or withheld.
  • Justice Dept. sending more than 500 election monitors to 28 states

    11/07/2016 8:46:01 AM PST · by kevcol · 61 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | November 7, 2016 | Kelly Cohen
    The Justice Department will send more than 500 election monitors to polling places in 28 states on Election Day. The election monitors will help enforce federal voting rights laws in 67 jurisdictions nationwide, the DOJ's Civil Rights Division said Monday. "The department is deeply committed to the fair and unbiased application of our voting rights laws and we will work tirelessly to ensure that every eligible person that wants to do so is able to cast a ballot," said Attorney General Loretta Lynch in a statement.
  • Would an Endorsement by Laura Bush Seal the Deal for Hillary Clinton?

    11/07/2016 8:32:26 AM PST · by kevcol · 86 replies
    Observer ^ | November 6, 2016 | John A. Tures
    When Donald Trump destroyed and derided Bush Family heir-apparent, Jeb “Low Energy” Bush, in the GOP primaries in 2016, eyes turned toward the dynastic Republican family in Texas. Would the Bushes cross party lines to back Hillary Clinton or stick with the Republican standard-bearer? In September, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend revealed that George H. W. Bush said he would vote for Clinton, which the former president’s spokesperson later confirmed. His son, President George W. Bush, noticeably refused to endorse Trump, but his nephew George P. Bush, the Texas Land Commissioner, last week let it slip that his uncle may vote for...
  • Donald Trump will lose after failing to follow Mitt Romney - Expert [LOL alert]

    11/07/2016 7:54:59 AM PST · by kevcol · 43 replies
    CNBC ^ | November 7, 2016 | David Reid
    James Boys, senior US policy expert and associate professor of international political studies at Richmond University, told CNBC Monday that Trump is not waging a campaign that can win the election. "If you put in someone who could reach out to Hispanics, to women, to the African American community and build on what Mitt Romney had done four years ago, maybe. "But when you see him do the exact opposite, it is impossible to see how he can win this," he said.
  • Sarah Palin leaves Detroit campaign event early after fight breaks out [Misleading Title]

    11/07/2016 7:42:09 AM PST · by kevcol · 41 replies
    The Michigan Daily ^ | November 6, 2016 | Timothy Cohn
    Protesters threw beer and opened a can of pepper spray during a visit from former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s (R) visit to the Town Pump Tavern in Detroit on Sunday night where she was slated to campaign for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and participate in an interview with Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly. . . . Shortly after Palin’s arrival at the Detroit bar, two men began to yell obscenities and anti-Trump rhetoric before they were removed by the owner. According to an eyewitness, a woman threw beer on the bar owner while he was walking the men out of...
  • Harvard Prof: “Riot in the Streets” to Block “Sociopath” Trump (Video)

    11/07/2016 6:40:29 AM PST · by kevcol · 50 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | November 6, 2016 | Jim Hoft
    Liberal constitutional law prof Sanford Levinson (currently teaching at Harvard), in a recent Wall Street Journal interview, stated that “some” describe Trump as a “sociopath,” and he opined that if Trump’s elected, it might be necessary to stage a military coup to take him out.