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Donald Trump Mocks Asian Negotiators By Speaking In Broken English

Business mogul and Republican presidential front-runner, Donald Trump, made another racist remark in a speech he delivered during a campaign rally in Iowa on Tuesday. This time Trump made fun of the negotiating skills of Asian business negotiators in broken English. .@realDonaldTrump uses broken English for impersonation of Asian negotiators: http://t.co/rL7HMSnGqW pic.twitter.com/Cl6jrwKDuo — CNN (@CNN) August 27, 2015 “When these …

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Donald Trump Is Certainly Winning the Google Search Battle

Donald Trump Is Certainly Winning the Google Search Battle

Google Trends has produced an interactive county-by-county map of the most-searched Republican Presidential candidates – and it’s monochromatic. That dark red represents Donald Trump, who is pretty much dominating Google searches across the country – unless you head to Wisconsin, where Scott Walker receives the bulk of the attention. After Walker, Jeb Bush wins a handful of scattered counties. Check …

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Sarah Palin Shuts Down Online Channel, Another Sign Of Her Fading Popularity

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin recently announced that she’s closing down her subscriber-based online channel. The Sarah Palin Channel, which started last July, allowed Palin to reach viewers without “a media filter” at membership charges of $9.95 every month or $99.95 for the whole year. Now, the former Fox News contributor has decided to provide her content for free on …

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Kelly Ayotte Takes Early Stance To Defend Her Seat

Kelly Ayotte is already gearing up for her next political fight. The popular New Hampshire Republican senator is already being forced to guard her position in the swing state before the 2016 elections, because historically, New Hampshire already tends to vote Democrat during election years. Republicans across the state and even Chris Christie, New Jersey governor and potential presidential candidate, …

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Clay Aiken Facing Sabotage Of Congressional Campaign With Stolen Signs

On Friday, a man in Sanford was reportedly cited for stealing signs used in the campaign for congressional candidate Clay Aiken. According to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, a man named Jonathon Lee Gonia, 31 years old, was served with a criminal summons for removal of election or political signs. Gonia is reportedly scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday. …

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Gene Simmons: Fox News Fan; Republican?

Gene Simmons, The Demon, singer and bass player in KISS, is a shrewd businessman. His unique attitudes about marriage, rock and roll, and his band are the stuff of lore. But Simmons has been saying some things over the years that lead some to wonder if this “rock and roll all night, party every day” legend is lining up more …

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Ann Coulter And Laura Ingraham: The Real Winners?

Ann Coulter and talk show hosts like Laura Ingraham are singing the praises of Dave Brat and his astounding win over Eric Cantor in last week’s congressional race. Dave Brat’s win is proof positive in Ann Coulter‘s eyes that the Republican party might be ready to quit toying around with amnesty and take a stronger stance against immigration reform, the …

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Ann Coulter Calls Dave Brat Win a “Massive Wakeup Call” to GOP

Ann Coulter thinks Dave Brat’s recent victory over Republican incumbent Eric Cantor in last Tuesday’s primary election is a good thing for the Republican party. The conservative political commentator joined Megyn Kelly on Fox News Live to discuss the shocking election results. “Amnesty loses big,” Coulter told Kelly. “The idea that this will hurt the Republicans in 2016 is insane.” …

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Rick Perry Likens Homosexuality to Alcoholism

In his 2012 presidential bid, Texas governor Rick Perry was known for his verbal gaffes, perhaps the most famous of which coming during a debate in which Perry forgot which part of the federal government he wished to abolish. Many have not considered Perry to be a viable candidate in the 2016 elections, yet his actions imply otherwise, making visits …

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Joni Ernst Wins GOP Primary in Iowa for US Senate

In order to achieve a majority in the United States Senate after the next election cycle, the Republican Party must win six additional seats. Fortunately for conservatives, fate seemed to be smiling on the GOP Tuesday as Republican candidate Joni Ernst dominated her competition in the Iowa state primary in order to become the Republican nominee in the highly-anticipated Senatorial …

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GoDaddy Executive Running for Arizona Governor

A former GoDaddy executive filed nominating petitions last week to enter the Republican primary for governor of Arizona. Christine Jones, a former legal counsel for the Scottsdale-based website hosting company, submitted her paperwork on Tuesday, the opening day of the regular filing period for the August primary. Jones, who calls herself an “unapologetic conservative,” endorses gun rights, border security and …

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Tom Cotton: Ethics Complaint Against Arkansas Rep. Dismissed

The Office of Congressional Ethics or OCE unanimously rejected an ethics complaint filed on October 2013 by the Arkansas Democratic Party against Arkansas Congressman and aspiring GOP Senator Tom Cotton. The complaint alleged that Cotton violated House rules by soliciting funds while at the U.S. Capitol. Democrats claimed that Cotton committed the violation when he conducted a radio interview with …

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