Category Archives: Women in Politics

Former Labor Sec. Perez elected as Democratic National Committee chairman

Saturday former Labor Secretary Tom Perez was elected chairman of the Democratic National Committee, defeating top-rival Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison, in their respective bids to chart the direction of the national party.

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Maxine Waters on Trump’s Cabinet: They’re a ‘Bunch of Scumbags’

Spoken like a true liberal. Tuesday U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) took her repeated calls for President Donald Trump’s impeachment one step further. Waters had some harsh words for members of Trump’s cabinet and other associates with alleged ties to Russia.

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Chaffetz seeks to charge ex-Clinton aide in email inquiry

Hell, don’t charge the aide, you charge her. The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee, who has refused Democratic requests to investigate possible conflicts of interest involving President Donald Trump, is seeking criminal charges against a former State Department employee who helped set up Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

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George Soros lost nearly $1B in weeks after Trump election

George Soros, the billionaire hedge-fund manager and liberal financier, lost nearly $1 billion after becoming bearish after Donald Trump’s election victory, according to the Wall Street Journal. The 86-year-old was cautious about the market prior to November’s election became more bearish after Trump’s win. So far, the bet was a mistake, and the stock market has risen about 9 percent over the past two months.

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Schumer announces opposition to Sessions for AG

Schumer, Reid’s siamese twin, both brain dead. Sen. Charles Schumer, the Senate’s top Democrat, came out Thursday against Republican colleague Jeff Sessions for attorney general. Calling Sessions a “colleague” and “friend,” Schumer nevertheless said he could not support the Alabama senator for the Trump administration post.

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Cruz meets with Taiwanese president, blasts China

Sen. Ted Cruz scolded China for trying to quash his meeting with the Taiwanese president on Sunday, the second time in just over a month a prominent Republican has publicly poked the People’s Republic over a communication with the contested island nation.

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New Clinton messages show passwords, schedules flowed freely

Hillary Clinton’s emails are still coming to light. And they help illustrate why the FBI declared she was “extremely careless” with the information flowing across her secret server. A new batch of messages released by the State Department on Tuesday shows the former secretary of state and her team routinely shared her upcoming schedules, talking points and sensitive items – such as her iPad password – via the homebrewed system.

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Donald Trump backs Julian Assange over Russia hacking claim

President-elect Donald Trump has backed Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in casting doubt on intelligence alleging Russian meddling in the US election. Mr Assange said Russia was not the source for the site’s mass leak of emails from the Democratic Party.

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Obama Under Pressure to Show Evidence of Russian Hacking

Obama is facing mounting pressure to produce proof the Russians were behind the cyberattacks in the presidential election, The Hill reports. Despite its assessment that the Russians tried to interfere during the campaign, the administration has produced little evidence so far to back up its claims.

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After Electoral College fail, anti-Trump forces look for new cause

When are these dumb asses going to give up? We will never get rid of the Electoral College, as that’s our only protection against big cities run by Demonrats and full of minorities from silencing the White vote in rural and small town areas.

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