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WASHINGTON, March 2 (Reuters) - Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated federal records laws by using a personal email account for all of her work messages, the New York Times reported on Monday. The newspaper said the lik...
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+Park Ridge There actually is a law, enacted two years after Clinton was replaced as S.S.
So This is another manufactured issue, brought to you buy the G.O.P. Totally baseless as usual. 
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Sorry, Republicans.
WASHINGTON -- As President Barack Obama's immigration policies face threats from Congress and the courts, he met Wednesday with advocates to assure them he isn't going to bend on deportation relief for undocumented parents and those who came to the U...
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Be my gun,be my god,be me
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What have you been so busy doing?
The average age of a state legislator nationwide is 56, but that didn't stop these folks from running for office. With differing political ideologies and representing a range of states, they share one uncommon characteristic: their youth. The younges...
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Wouldn't there be less of a mess if journalists simply exercised some judgment about whom they allow a platform?
Over at National Journal, Emily Schultheis reports on a problem that's been bedeviling those who are closely tied to the proto-campaign of former secretary of state and presumed presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton: the bewildering welter of sources...
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Look into Benghazi and remember her angry response to congress about the deaths there.
Her response...what difference does it make now?
Nice.
They had asked for more security at the embassy and Hillary is the reason they didn't get it!

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"We should fight against the Koch Brothers on environmental issues, where they are wrong. But we should work with them on criminal justice issues, where they are right. The people in prison deserve that."
WASHINGTON -- Koch Industries, Inc., the corporation led by conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch, is holding discussions with a coalition of strange bedfellows to tackle criminal justice reform. In conversations with people like Sen. ...
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+Timothy Collins No I didn't think it was working, thanks for the conformation.
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"It's a foregone conclusion who's going to win. So I think we need to get our democracy to where it is a democracy for all of the people."
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg doubled down Wednesday on her belief that Citizens United was the worst decision made by the current U.S. Supreme Court, saying it is the the first decision she would overturn if she had a "magic wand.&q...
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Ms. Ginsburg ROCKS.  She is super-intelligent, decent, even-handed, and fair-minded.  In other words, thank goodness she is on the Supreme Court!
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WASHINGTON -- The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to approve strong net neutrality rules in a stunning decision that defies vocal, months-long opposition by telecom and cable companies and Republicans on Capitol Hill. Democratic C...
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+Timothy Collins, No worries.  Sorry I wasn't more clear.  :S
Maybe we should delete the last hours worth of our comments.  LOL
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Run Elizabeth.  You have my full support.  
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Really.
There is one married lesbian couple in Texas right now. Probably. Last week a judge allowed Sarah Goodfriend and Suzanne Bryant to obtain a marriage license, citing urgency after Sarah was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The ruling applies only to thi...
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+Bill Smith Yes.
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Well, what do you know?
Many Arkansas residents voted last year to raise the minimum wage in Walmart’s backyard. Turns out the retail giant's CEO was one of them. “I voted for that increase, by the way,” Doug McMillon, Walmart’s president and CEO...
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+Jason Craven Your statement "They can afford it and it helps them drive smaller local competitors out of business. Many companies like Walmart loved the ACA for the same reason." seems to indicate that you are arguing that companies like Wal-Mart support the ACA in order to help drive out smaller companies.

First off, looking at the record, Wal-Mart opposed the ACA (For one example - http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2013/11/18/wal-mart-criticizes-affordable-care-act-for-impacting-holiday-sales/). But secondly, I am asking how you relate a law that has not affected those businesses at all to driving them away.
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George Washington was on board.
With more than 100 confirmed cases of measles in the United States so far this year, many of which have been linked to the Disneyland outbreak in December, the importance of vaccines can't be understated. Politicians and doctors have weighed in, seve...
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Kind of a shame they didn't write vaccinations into the Bill of Rights to having vaccines for everyone.

Got to wonder how we would be looking at it today if it was a right?
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"We're still seeking justice."
Iris, left, and Ramon Baez, second from left, the parents of Anthony Baez, carry a banner as they march with at least 3,000 protesters down Broadway to New York's City Hall to protest police brutality, Thursday, Oct. 22, 1998. NEW YORK -- Th...
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There no justice. 
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