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Former Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon and Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers break down the consequences of signing off on the nuclear deal: Is our only alternative war with Iran?
Former Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon and Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers break down the consequences of signing off on the nuclear deal: Is our only alternative war with Iran?
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Former Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon and Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers discuss Turkey’s recent decision to join in the fight against the terror group.
Former Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon and Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers discuss Turkey’s recent decision to join in the fight against the terror group.
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And they took the opportunity to hit the Kurds too... They cooperate with the US on airfields to get on our good side then start shit elsewhere 
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CBS News Correspondent Nancy Cordes, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal, and Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine debate the celebrity of Donald Trump.
CBS News Correspondent Nancy Cordes, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal, and Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine debate the celebrity of Donald Trump.
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I thought yesterday's edition of Face the Nation was mostly excellent.  John Dickerson moderates a fast-paced, topical, and appealing hour of discussion.  I respectfully suggest bringing back the theme music that was used for the program not that long ago, and for several years, along with the camera shots of Washington's venerable monuments...
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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, says recent scrutiny of Hillary Clinton’s email is not “just a bunch of Republicans making a political point.” The Senator notes that the Justice Dept. is currently investigating the truth behind the personal email account.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, says recent scrutiny of Hillary Clinton’s email is not “just a bunch of Republicans making a political point.” The senator notes that the Justice Dept. is currently investigating the truth behind the personal email account
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Get off your soapbox, and give the dog and pony show a rest. You're so obvious it's pathetic... and sickening.
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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, says that everyone is horrified over recent undercover video of a Planned Parenthood staffer discussing the sale of fetal tissue. Rand believes all federal funding should be pulled from the women’s health organization.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, says that everyone is horrified over recent undercover video of a Planned Parenthood staffer discussing the sale of fetal tissue. Rand believes all federal funding should be pulled from the women’s health organization.
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About time!
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CBS News Correspondent Nancy Cordes, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal, and Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine discuss democratic activists’ demands to end the problem of police violence against black Americans.
CBS News Correspondent Nancy Cordes, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal, and Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine discuss democratic activists’ demands to end the problem of police violence against black Americans
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This is not just a race issue, it's an issue of how cadets are being trained and it started sometime in the 1990s. 
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Former Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon and Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers break down the evolution of ISIS’ narrative of success. While the sophistication of ISIS’ social media presence has shaken many Americans, the US should not underestimate al Qaeda’s capabilities going forward.
Former Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon and Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers break down the evolution of ISIS’ narrative of success. While the sophistication of ISIS’ social media presence has shaken many Americans, the US should not underestimate al Qaeda’s capabilities going forward
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CBS News Correspondent Nancy Cordes, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal, and Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine hash out the controversy surrounding HRC’s private emails. The ongoing investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server points to a larger question: Can voters trust the democratic candidate to be their next president?
CBS News Correspondent Nancy Cordes, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal, and Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine hash out the controversy surrounding HRC’s private emails. The ongoing investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server points to a larger question: Can voters trust the democratic candidate to be their next president?
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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, says that while Trump receives billions in free advertising, he is campaigning as a “different kind” of Republican candidate. Paul notes that if the GOP attracts more African Americans, it will be a competitive general election.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, says that while Trump receives billions in free advertising, he is campaigning as a “different kind” of Republican candidate. Paul notes that if the GOP attracts more African Americans, it will be a competitive general election
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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, vows to create a flat tax if elected president. The Senator says America’s 70,000-page tax code is driving American companies overseas.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, vows to create a flat tax if elected president. The senator says America’s 70,000-page tax code is driving American companies overseas.
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You want financial responsibility and equality for rich and for poor alike, a flat tax is how you do it. 
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Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-Louisiana, says if Westboro Baptist Church members picket outside victims’ funeral, they will be arrested.
Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-Louisiana, says if Westboro Baptist Church members picket outside victims’ funeral, they will be arrested.
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Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he will not go quietly as Donald Trump divides the Republican party. Despite Trump’s recent criticism of Texan border security, Perry notes that immigration control is the federal government’s responsibility.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he will not go quietly as Donald Trump divides the Republican party. Despite Trump’s recent criticism of Texan border security, Perry notes that immigration control is the federal government’s responsibility.
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+Allan Colombo​ can you tell us in what Country that it was in ?.....I have an idea I already know the answer !
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