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Cruz Attacks Trump While Iowa Gov. Attacks Cruz

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With Days Until Iowa’s Caucus, Ted Cruz is Pushing Hard Against Trump’s Conservative Credentials. Meanwhile, Iowa’s Governor Has a Beef With the Senator’s Stance Against Corn-Based Ethanol Words are flying between politicians as Iowa’s caucus approaches. Just hours after Texas Sen. Ted Cruz reinforced his attacks against Donald Trump, Iowa’s governor said the senator should…

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Early Polling Rarely Leads To Reality

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Around Christmastime in 2011, libertarian stalwart Ron Paul’s campaign was riding high. With just over a week before the Iowa caucus, the Texas Republican had a slim majority over Mitt Romney and all the momentum. The wild swing of the campaign season before that point showed candidates taking the lead in the polls for around…

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Walsh Endorses Serwatka for State House Seat

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Walsh Endorses Serwatka for State House Seat

Joe Walsh, the figurehead of the Tea Party movement during his time in Congress, announced he is endorsing Lakewood Village Trustee Paul Serwatka in the open race for the Illinois House. Calling Serwatka a “constitutional conservative and a true advocate for liberty,” Walsh said he was the best guy for the Illinois 66 District being…

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Early Polling Rarely Leads To Reality

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Around Christmastime in 2011, libertarian stalwart Ron Paul’s campaign was riding high. With just over a week before the Iowa caucus, the Texas Republican had a slim majority over Mitt Romney and all the momentum. The wild swing of the campaign season before that point showed candidates taking the lead in the polls for around…

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BREAKING: Pataki Drops Out

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George Pataki is done. The New York governor who made a national name for himself with his handling of affairs after the September 11 attacks, announced to key New Hampshire supporters that he will end his run for the Republican nomination for president, according to the Boston Globe. Scoop: @GovernorPataki is calling his NH supporters…

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Beethoven Sketch Discovered In Connecticut Home

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A wall hanging turned out to belong to one of history’s most famous composers, and no one knew about it. Calling it the “highlight of my career,” professional appraiser Brendan Ryan recounted how he discovered sheet music belonging to Ludwig van Beethoven hanging on the wall of a northeastern home for a century. “It was…

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Morton College men’s soccer team receives NJCAA Sportsmanship Award

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Morton College men’s soccer team receives NJCAA Sportsmanship Award

The Morton College men’s soccer team picked up plenty of honors during its magical 2015 season. The biggest one came recently when the Panthers earned the Sportsmanship Award at the NJCAA Division I Men’s Soccer National Tournament. The Sportsmanship Award goes to the team judged by the tournament committee to be the most sportsmanlike in…

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Southern Baptist Leader Moore Calls on Religious to Dump Trump

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Southern Baptist Leader Moore Calls on Religious to Dump Trump

Russell Moore, the head of one of the Southern Baptist church’s commissions, has called for Christians to speak out against Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric. In an opinion piece posted on his blog, and later picked up by multiple media outlets, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission said that those…

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Watch Out! Avoid The Sister Scam and These Other Facebook Gotchas!

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The days of Nigerian email scam and unknown inheritance tricks are starting to fade into the distance as Facebook’s popularity continues to soar. Now, with the Christmas season upon us, it seems like some of them have become even more prevalent than before. So, how are you able to tell the difference between what is…

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Undercard Debate More Entertaining With New Face, But Doesn’t Change The Game

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With the first debate of the night underway, millions of Americans are probably asking “When will people start dropping out of the race again?” And if they are not asking that question, then they may be gluttons for punishment. For the past several months the Republicans have had a lion’s share of candidates vying for…

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