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Expect big turnout for Presidential election

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Expect big turnout for Presidential election

Expect big turnout for Presidential election A new Harris Poll says that 86 percent of Americans plan to vote in Tuesday’s presidential election, which would be 50 percent higher than the past national average, if accurate. As a percent of eligible voters, turn out was: 2000, 54.2%; in 2004 60.4%; 2008 62.3%; and 2012 57.5%. These were…

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It’s the news media, Stupid!

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It’s the news media, Stupid!

It’s the news media, stupid! Playing golf or politics with people’s suffering in the Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton presidential election. The hypocrisy is screaming out loud By Ray Hanania The flood damage in Louisiana is considered one of the worst American natural disasters since Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. More than…

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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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Analysis: What New Hampshire vote means

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Analysis: What New Hampshire vote means

Analysis: What New Hampshire means for the Presidential elections and candidates By Ray Hanania New Hampshire won’t decide who will become the next president of the United States, but it might help serve as a roadmap to explain how people are reacting and why. Although New Hampshire is considered the first “true primary” because voters…

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Why Trump and Carson Are Doing So Well

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Donald Trump and Ben Carson have been dominating the headlines and polls in the past couple of months. But why are the two outsiders who have zero political experience doing so well? Friday morning’s Washington Post article by Philip Rucker and Robert Costa has some possible insight. Pulled out from the story and tweeted by…

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Trump fires back at Hillary

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Trump fires back at Hillary

Late Saturday Trump fired back at Hillary Clinton after she went after him at a rally in New Hampshire. In prepared remarks, Hillary said Trump, “insults and dismisses women.” She went on to say that “I do find a lot of what he says pretty ridiculous.” Those remarks resulted in Trump responding to Hillary: Hillary Clinton…

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Trump: “Nobody’s gonna mess with us”

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Earlier this month, Donald Trump discussed how he would handle being Commander in Chief. “I will rebuild our military. It will be so strong and so powerful and so great… that we’ll never have to use it. Nobody’s gonna mess with us.” The top brass at the Pentagon have been complaining for years that the…

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