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Embed from Getty Images At the most recent GOP debate, the republican Senators were unimpressive, unlike the Governors. — The dynamics were different at Saturday’s Republican presidential debate broadcasted by ABC News, which was the most watched of them all, attracting from 8pm to 11pm more than 13 million viewers, according to Nielsen. Mr. Donald […]
If people take you seriously, then it isn’t a joke.
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Support veterans — absolutely. Make it sustainable not by one time contributions but through legislation that ensures that their needs will always be a part of our national policy.
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Is it possible to say that there just might be some positives?
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Should Atlas Shrugged be viewed as a biblical blue print for all economic consideration?
Matthew Rozsa, like Bernie Sanders, is sick of hearing about Hillary Clinton’s damn emails!
As the rest of the world looks upon America’s 2016 presidential race and what has become a disgrace of a democratic system, its bewilderment can be organized around a series of hows and whys.
Did he articulate the principles, that we collectively hold dear, the best?