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Politico reports that two “lines of attack” are emerging. Trump and likeminded Republicans are going the full Fox News Tucker Carlson Frothing Doomspeech route, declaring that Black Lives Matter is a “Marxist” movement, radical plan to “destroy” the police, “destroy” the American family, a conspiracy, an anti-fascist plot, et cetera and so on. Republicans in
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There she goes again: Attorney General Tish James last week filed another dubious lawsuit, this one seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association. We’ve had differences with the pro-gun group over the years, but James’ attempt to crush it is clearly a political stunt. She’s hoping it will make her a star on the left
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Eye on the economy: Don Rescues US  — Again “President Trump showed once again Saturday that he places America and the American people first when” he used his executive powers to end the congressional gridlock over the next coronavirus relief package, cheers Andy Puzder at FoxNews.com. “Democrats have made it increasingly obvious that they view the
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New York State Attorney General Letitia James responded to news of the National Rifle Association (NRA) filing a countersuit against her office, and President Trump’s remarks that the NRA should relocate their New York office to a friendlier location, in a Friday afternoon press release. “While President Trump and others have suggested that the NRA
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Writing in the Washington Post this Friday, columnist Jennifer Rubin says that minus something dramatic happening, President Trump will most likely lose in 2020. Trump is aware if this possibility as well, and that’s why we see the desperation in his attacks on Joe Biden rising, as evidenced in his recent attack on Biden’s faith.
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With all the NRA’s talk about arming for self-defense, it is easy to forget the NRA’s other traditional role–promoting “sportsmen.” This week, New York Attorney General Letitia James sued four current or former NRA executives for “illegal financial conduct,” according to NBC. Among the charges were that Wayne LaPierre, CEO and
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New York Attorney General Letitia James sued the National Rifle Association and four individuals, including its chief executive, Wayne LaPierre, on Thursday, seeking to dissolve the gun rights advocacy group and accusing top executives of “years of illegal self-dealings” that funded a “lavish lifestyle.” James said the NRA, a not-for-profit organization, undercut its charitable mission
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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Gays Against Guns (GAG) responded with exuberant enthusiasm to New York State Attorney General Letitia James’ announcement that she has filed suit to dissolve the National Rifle Association (NRA). “Gay Against Guns is thrilled by the action
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The Republican Party establishment is biding its time waiting for the moment to reach in and co-opt President Donald Trump’s “America First” movement. They are embedded within the Trump movement, others are outside of it, some have even defected to the Democrats, but they are all ready to reform like the scattered parts of Voltron
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Attack ads in the Republican U.S. Senate primary in Tennessee are clogging TV airwaves with claims about candidates’ positions on guns, education and health care ahead of Thursday’s election for retiring GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander’s seat. Bill Hagerty and a super PAC supporting him are attacking Manny Sethi on Obamacare and
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For Angel Gomez the sunny Saturday morning of 3 August 2019 was hectic in El Paso-Ciudad Juárez, the binational community in the west Texas borderland with Mexico. His nonprofit, Operation Hope, was hosting its annual back-to-school event. “We were getting everything ready. Everything was set, we had music, we had food,” Gomez said. More than
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Last week, Donald Trump tweeted that the “Suburban Housewives of America” should read an article. Apparently, he thinks everyone in our country lives in some version of a TV reality show and that the rest of us read as little as he does. The citizens of Delaware County have one of the highest levels of
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HILLSDALE — Whether Hillsdale and Branch County voters head to the polls for Michigan’s Aug. 4, 2020 Primary Election or vote by mail, they won’t be picking only local or federal candidates. They’ll also be casting a vote for someone to replace third-term state Rep. Eric Leutheuser, whose current term of office expires Dec. 31,
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Palin’s complaint hinges on some bad journalism. On June 14, 2017, James Hodgkinson, a supporter of Bernie Sanders, opened fire on GOP congressmen — including Rep. Steve Scalise (La.) —during a baseball practice in Virginia. New York Times editorial staffers got to work, determining how they would weave the event into larger points about gun
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Candidates in contested township board races in Ionia and Montcalm counties were asked the following questions: 1. Name, age and city/village/township of residence? 2. Current employment (or former employment, if retired)? 3. What qualifications do you have that would effectively serve and benefit your district if you are elected to this position? 4. What sets
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History—including Delaware’s—proves it Every vote counts.” We’ve all heard that patriotic rallying cry from nearly every candidate who has ever run for local, state, or national office. But does it? Does it matter if you, as an individual citizen, bother to vote? The answer is yes, and you need look no further than the national
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