Monthly Archives: March, 2016

Border Patrol Local: Trump ‘Only Candidate’ Supporting Our Mission

The U.S. Border Patrol union local says it does not have a practice of endorsing political candidates, but the group issued a statement Friday praising Donald Trump for being the only candidate to support its mission.

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SCOTUS to Weigh Obamacare’s Contraception Mandate

Next week the Supreme Court will hear a Roman Catholic bishop’s challenge to the requirement that employers must pay for contraception under the rules of the Affordable Care Act. The Wall Street Journal reports the outcome could affect 1 million Catholic nonprofit employees.

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North Korea fires ballistic missiles, US officials say

North Korea has test-fired two ballistic missiles, the latest in a series of rocket launches. US officials said the medium-range missiles, launched off the east coast, flew about 800km (500 miles) before falling into the water. Afterwards, the US called for Pyongyang to refrain from raising tensions.

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GOP leaders grapple with grudgingly accepting Trump

Republican leaders are wavering between grudging acceptance and deep denial about Donald Trump’s likely ascent to the GOP presidential nomination.

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Republican Ryan rejects Trump warning of riots in presidential race

The establishment still doesn’t get it….there will be uprisings. And should they take it away from Trump, all those newly registered voters won’t vote. The arrogance of those assholes to think they rule the roost.

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What happens to delegates won by Rubio, other ex-candidates?

When Rubio dropped out out of the Republican presidential race Tuesday, the Florida senator left a large cache of delegates behind. So what happens to them, and the delegates of other former candidates, at the convention in Cleveland? It varies from state to state, but the Republican Party leaves enough wiggle room that the delegates of former candidates could end up being a factor in July.

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Conservative Leaders Vow to Back GOP Senators on Supreme Court Stand

A group of conservative leaders has signed a letter pledging to back Republican senators in their effort to prevent President Barack Obama from naming another liberal justice to the Supreme Court.

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Republicans hammer EPA official over Flint water crisis

A top EPA official came under heavy fire Tuesday when Republicans at a congressional hearing accused the agency of failing to protect Flint, Michigan from their water being poisoned by lead.

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US election 2016: Jorge Ramos on Donald Trump’s rise

Fifty seven year old hispanic journalist Jorge Ramos has presented TV news for 30 years. About 1.9 million viewers a night watch his Univision programme. He has interviewed 60 heads of state from almost every country in South and North America.

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Hillary: World Leaders Asking to Endorse Me to Stop Trump Read more: Hillary: World Leaders Asking to Endorse Me to Stop Trump

World leaders are calling her privately to ask if they can endorse her presidential campaign in hopes of stopping Donald Trump, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday.

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