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Pacific Life, an insurance company, announced Friday it was pulling advertisements from the Fox News program “Tucker Carlson Tonight” in response to a comment Carlson made about illegal immigration, according to The Hill. “We will not be advertising on Mr. Carlson’s program in the coming weeks as we reevaluate our relationship with his program,” the
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President Donald Trump on Friday picked budget director Mick Mulvaney to be his acting chief of staff, ending a chaotic search in which several top contenders took themselves out of contention for the job. “Mick has done an outstanding job while in the Administration,” Trump tweeted. “I look forward to working with him in this
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California Gov. Jerry Brown excoriated the Trump administration’s “behavior” at the United Nations climate summit in Poland, arguing it did “not represent the people of the United States.” “The United States, I’m sorry to say, does not represent the people of the United States,” Brown said in a video address to U.N. delegates gathered in Katowice
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A male doctoral student at the University of Southern California has filed Title IX complaints against three universities alleging that women-only scholarships discriminate against men, NBC News reported. Kursat Pekgoz, a 31-year-old doctoral student in English literature, told NBC News that affirmative action preferences for women are no longer necessary since more women are enrolled
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Posted by: A.F. Branco in Political Cartoons December 14, 2018 Iran violates U.N. restrictions by testing ballistic missiles capable of carrying multiple nuclear warheads. Some are Curious as to how much of the 150 billion dollars Obama gave them was used for this project. Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2018. A.F. Branco 2019 13-Month
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Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, has risen to third in the latest CNN poll of prospective Democratic 2020 nominees, just behind Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders. The poll, conducted by SSRS, found that former Vice President Joe Biden leads a crowded field of potential nominees, as selected by Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, with 33 percent. Sanders
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President Donald Trump has his picks for chief of staff narrowed down to about five people, but he also could choose to extend current Chief of Staff John Kelly’s past the first of the year, White House Assistant Press Secretary Hogan Gidley said. “The president said yesterday, with the newly elected governors in the cabinet
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Orrin Hatch has been the senior senator from Utah for 26 of his 42 years in the Senate. He is retiring from that extraordinary period of service and, on Dec. 12, made what he called his “final request” from the Senate floor. Some descriptors begin with “longest-serving” because Hatch has been a senator for a
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National security adviser John Bolton presented the Trump administration’s new Africa strategy Thursday at The Heritage Foundation. The strategy focused on three priorities: Enhancing U.S. trade and commercial ties with African nations through arrangements that benefit both the United States and Africa. According to Bolton, “We want our economic partners in the region to thrive, prosper, and
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President Donald Trump has hired Republican National Committee co-chairman Bob Paduchik to oversee its efforts in Ohio, the Washington Examiner reports. Paduchik, who hails from Ohio, was hired after GOP operatives expressed concern about the Trump campaign’s preparations in key states ahead of the 2020 election, having ran Trump’s Ohio campaign in 2016. He also
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The Occupy Democrats Facebook page shared a photo Tuesday that it said showed alleged Russian spy Maria Butina with President Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr. “Whatever you do, DON’T share this embarrassing newly-obtained photo of Donald Trump Jr. with Russian spy Maria Butina,” the meme said. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Verdict: True Butina took
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., talked — but did not come to an agreement — about coordinating their possible presidential bids, The New York Times reported. Citing two unnamed sources, the Times reported only the two senators were present at the sitdown Wednesday night at Warren’s condominium in Washington. But what was clear, accordion
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