Posts Tagged “GOP”

Analysis: Sanders and Trump offer real change

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Analysis: Sanders and Trump offer real change

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are not perfect. They have both made mistakes. The “insider establishment” wants you to think it is about socialism, racism and hate. But it is not. They are tearing down the insider establishment in government and politics that has destroyed this country and they want to bring real change to America. Sanders…

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

The Republican Party is desperate to prevent outsider Donald Trump from representing them in the November 8 elections for president and Trumps rhetoric has fueled attacks from concerned Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton whose popularity remains in neutral in the face of a strong challenge from outsider Bernie Sanders. By Ray Hanania Real estate mogul and…

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Turnout Is Key For Trump Victory

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Turnout has become the key factor for the February 1 caucuses in Iowa as Texas Sen. Ted Cruz leads Donald Trump by four points in a pair of polls released over the weekend. In a poll commissioned by NBC, Cruz has the advantage over Trump with 28 percent over the businessman’s 24 percent, just within…

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Trump will be the undoing of the extremist right

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Trump will be the undoing of the extremist right

Radical Christlamic Extremists continue to takeover America, but they’re not succeeding this year now that most Americans know who they are. But they are still a threat to the Republican Party By Ray Hanania Many people on my Facebook page have been wondering why I could possibly be promoting Donald Trump for President. I don’t…

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Carson benefitting from Trump’s Style

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Donald Trump’s bombastic no-filter style has had at least one benefactor – Ben Carson. “Donald Trump certainly ignited public awareness on issues about competency, responsiveness and quality of government, even though we’ve been talking about it for many months, he did it in a pretty loud, boisterous way,” said Carson communications director Doug Watts. “He…

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Trump to sign GOP Pledge

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Trump to sign GOP Pledge

It was Brett Bairer who first posed the question to the Republican candidates – only Donald Trump failed to commit to support the GOP nominee. Of course, Trump did say he would support the GOP nominee if it was him! Since that debate in early August officials from the Republican National Committee have been trying to…

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Trump: “(Weiner) of the great sleaze-bags of our time”

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Trump suggests top Clinton aid passed on classified information to her husband, a disgraced former congressman. Donald Trump continues to throw punches at his opponents during the presidential campaign, this time bringing in a disgraced congressman. While speaking at an event in Massachusetts on Friday night, Trump brought up Huma Abedin – the top aide…

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Sean Morrison likely to be named as Gorman successor

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Sean Morrison likely to be named as Gorman successor

Cook County Commissioner Liz Gorman who retired from the Cook County Board this week after 13 years in office, will continue to hold the powerful position of Orland Township Republican Committeeman, and that will allow her to influence the selection of her successor. By Ray Hanania Cook County Commissioner Liz Gorman resigned from office last…

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Foster Speaks Out Against GOP Budget

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Foster Speaks Out Against GOP Budget

Washington, DC—Today, on the House floor, Congressman Bill Foster (IL-11) spoke out against the Republican budget proposal. Video of Foster’s speech is available here. Text of Foster’s remarks is below: Mr. Speaker, I rise today to speak out against the latest budget proposal from House Republicans. When Bill Clinton left office in 2001, our government…

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Cook County Casts More GOP Ballots Than Dems for First Time Since 1996

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Cook County Casts More GOP Ballots Than Dems for First Time Since 1996

  County Clerk Says GOP Ballots Outnumbered Democrats Because of Ballot Choices, Not Politics   For the first time in almost 20 years voters in Cook County’s suburban areas cast more Republican ballots than Democratic ballots, according to the Clerk’s office. The primary election had one of the lowest turnouts in state history, but Cook…

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