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Anything Is Possible

16Nov

If there’s anything that Donald Trump has taught us, it’s that anything is possible in America. Any crazy-ass thing, no matter how insane, no matter how fucked up, is possible.

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When it comes to the Middle East, the Islamic Republic of Iran is the linchpin and epicenter of many tensions and conflicts across the region. As an Iranian official stated , Iran dominates four Arab capitals

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Election Reflections, The Day After

12Nov

You may not be a therapist, but I bet you had the same experience I did the day after the election: everyone, at home, in my lobby, in the street, in the cafe, on my way to work, and of course, in my office, needed to talk.

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What Will I Tell My Children?

09Nov

What Will I Tell My Children? I was in bed by 9:00 pm last night

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Students Voice Concerns After Voting

09Nov

By, Jacob Smith Voters rush to polling stations in order to fulfill their civic duty in Washington, D.C..

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America Is Ready For A Mother

08Nov

Dear Hillary: I’m an Independent, former Republican, and I’m voting for you. I have disagreed with some of your political views, but I’ve been a fan of yours since your “baking cookies” comment in 1992 . If we are lucky enough to dodge the catastrophe of Donald Trump there is no going back to politics as usual.

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When Donald Trump was one of 17 candidates vying for the Republican nomination, he was asked about autism at a debate in September 2015. Trump put the blame squarely on vaccines: “You take this little beautiful baby, and you pump — I mean, it looks just like it’s meant for a horse, not for a child, and we’ve had so many instances, people that work for me, just the other day …

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In this week’s episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” Robert Scheer speaks with lawyer and immigrant rights activist Lizbeth Mateo, who self-deported in order to illuminate the plight of immigrants like herself. Mateo came to the United States with her family at age 14 and attended college and law school.

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Eleven years ago this August I was deployed in Iraq with the Lima Company combat unit, and recently, I reunited with my fellow Marines to commemorate the anniversary. Looking around, I was taken by how many of them are still serving — in the military, as police offers, or helping others as doctors and lawyers. I shouldn’t be surprised.

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Fifty-One Presidential Elections on Tuesday

03Nov

The United States electoral system is complex and sometimes hard to phantom. Under the United States Constitution, there will be fifty-one separate elections for President in each of the fifty states plus Washington DC on Tuesday, not one

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As a color and energy expert, I look at what people are wearing in a very different light than most. I see the intent that is implied through the use of certain colors.

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After all the passion that has swirled around immigration in this year’s election campaign, a curious thing happened in all three presidential debates: Latino-focused issues were hardly mentioned. When it came to real discussion, suggests Maria Hinojosa, it’s as if Donald Trump’s wall had already gone up.

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Friday Talking Points — Trump Unshackled

15Oct

Donald Trump has a new answer for why he’s about to lose in a landslide. It’s all a vast left-wing conspiracy. No, really.

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Washington D.C. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Megan Kelly and true Christians are outraged by attacks on Catholics and Evangelicals by Team Hillary

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Senator John Mc Cain has always reminded Americans to serve a cause bigger than any one person, for America’s future. That is exactly why the “we want change, not Hillary, movement” is energized and cannot be derailed by attacks on Donald Trump deliberately timed and orchestrated by mainstream media supporting Hillary Clinton

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Seth Meyers took a hilarious look at how the presidential candidates are preparing for the upcoming debates on Monday.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is not optimistic that he will be in charge of the Senate come November ― and Donald Trump , he implied, is not helping matters. McConnell told a civic group in Kentucky on Thursday that the chances of the GOP retaining control of the Senate were “very dicey,” the Associated Press reported . More..

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Regardless of your political stripe, I bet you agree that so far the 2016 US Presidential race has been a marathon of negativity and media churn. So as to avoid more of the same, here’s a positive polling opportunity for you–vote here for which candidate is going to be the BEST leader in these important areas..

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) took Donald Trump to task Tuesday for suggesting gun rights supporters could assassinate Hillary Clinton, calling the GOP nominee a “pathetic coward” for making such a remark.  Speaking at a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, Trump warned supporters that they’ll have few options if Clinton is elected and appoints justices to the Supreme Court.

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“I’ve heard this sort of speech a lot in the last 15 years and trust me, it doesn’t sound any better in Russian.” Garry Kasparov, Russian dissident and former chess world champion More…

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But What If Trump Loses

23Jul

Many Americans watched last week’s Republican convention with horror and trepidation. Rudy Giuliani’s quadrennial temper tantrum was even more animated than during previous conventions.

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Trump: "I Alone Can Fix It"

22Jul

“I am your voice,” Republican nominee Donald J. Trump told convention delegates in Cleveland as he accepted his party’s nomination in a speech filled with anger but lacking soaring rhetoric. His delivery was not presidential, rather it was harsh and indignant.

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CLEVELAND ― At the corner of West 6th Street and St. Clair Avenue, there’s a kiosk selling T-shirts and knickknacks celebrating the 2016 Republican National Convention , where Donald Trump is slated to accept his party’s nomination for president this week. So what’s the big seller today

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Vice President Joe Biden endorsed presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for president on Thursday, hours after  President Barack Obama  publicly declared his support for Clinton. “In my view, God willing, it’ll be Secretary Clinton,” Biden said, referring to the next president, during an address at the American Constitution Society convention in Washington

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Hillary Clinton supports the death penalty for Dylann Roof, the accused shooter of nine parishioners at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina, her campaign confirmed.

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Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. More…

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Apparently the presumptive Republican nominee is not going to release any of his tax returns. “Nothing to see here, move along,” is his attitude

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Dear Misogynistic Women…

12Abr

Lately, as I scroll through my Facebook news feed during our current Presidential race, I’m seeing more and more ugly, insulting, meant-to-be-funny posts and memes describing our political candidates. Freedom of speech — can’t beat it! However, there’s something more insidious going on within the female community in regards to politics and social media that alarms me. By now, all of you reading this should be aware of the Twitter spat between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz regarding the attractiveness of their respective wives

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Reprinted By Permission The National Interest VIEW VIDEO OF BILL CLINTON LOBBYING FOR CHINA’S WTO ENTRY Will Hillary Repudiate Bill on Trade?

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Bill Maher has a radical suggestion for Republicans, which is to take a punt on Democrat  Hillary Clinton this November. The “Real Time with Bill Maher” host broke down on Friday night why GOP supporters should really do themselves a favor and switch sides

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Hillary Clinton is not qualified to be president, Bernie Sanders told a crowd of supporters in Philadelphia on Wednesday night in his sharpest attack yet on the struggling Democratic front-runner.

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Friday Talking Points — Toss of a Coin

06Feb

Appropriately, for the week which will also contain the Super Bowl, the first state to weigh in on the presidential election was decided (for Democrats) by a coin-toss. Or, to be accurate, seven of them

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So,  that happened.  Hillary Clinton’s candidacy has a very compelling mission: She’ll hold fast against the GOP’s attempts to roll back the accomplishments of the Obama administration.

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Tilting toward Mecca. REALITY TV “Thou doth protest too much.” That’s my reaction to President Barack Obama’s visit to a mosque yesterday.

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On the Eve of Iowa

31Ene

Voting is finally about to begin in the Republican and Democratic presidential primary contests. That’s exciting

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When the nuclear deal was reached in July 2015, Iranians celebrated on the streets.

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As global elites gathered in Davos this week, the World Economic Forum released a daunting survey that estimates that 5 million jobs will be lost across the world in coming years to robotic automation.

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IOWA CITY, Iowa — Hillary Clinton brought star power to the campaign trail  Thursday  night, aiming to woo young Iowa voters with a live performance from singer-songwriter Demi Lovato. The 23-year-old musician joined Clinton at an organizing event on the University of Iowa campus, performing a set of three songs before nearly 2,000 adoring fans

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Whether you chose to gather your team on a weekly or monthly basis, make sure everybody walks away feeling recharged and with a game plan. Here’s how 12 entrepreneurs make run-of-the-mill staff meetings worthwhile. A.

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Jain Food Struggles in America

13Ene

As the New Year begins, people start making New Year’s Resolutions. These resolutions are mostly about getting in shape and eating right. For me, and my fellow Jains in the world, we usually don’t have a problem with eating well, we just have a problem with food, in general

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"Leaders," Keeping Secrets

09Ene

Hillary, Rahm, Snyder, Walker — the list goes on. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website

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Light Upon Light

16Nov

In the moments before I first learned of the darkness unfolding in Paris on Friday, I was sitting in a circle of light. Some fellow seekers and I were seated as we often are on Friday evening, pondering on the path of those yearning for closeness and presence with God. On this particular occasion, we were discussing a passage of Islamic poet Rumi’s Masnavi called Veils of Light.

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Lately we’ve been wondering: could the cast of Orange Is The New black get any more awesome?

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Jesus Christ would not only approve of same-sex marriage, he’d even support gay priests tying the knot, Elton John said in an interview this week.

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While many speculate about who will make it on the 2016 presidential ticket, Voto Latino co-Founder Maria Teresa Kumar isn’t so sure there’s a Latino candidate ready for the task. In a Washington Post magazine interview published on Friday, Kumar spoke about her work with the nonpartisan organization, the growth of the Latino population and possible Latino candidates for the White House.

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A 24-year-old GOP candidate running for Michigan’s state Legislature wants voters to look past his criminal history and bizarre sexual fetishes. Jordan D. Haskins from Saginaw, Michigan , is currently on parole as he campaigns for the 95th District House seat, MLive reports

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Kawhi Leonard could have been devastated by losing last season’s NBA Finals. Instead, he vowed to get better. More…

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A reclusive woman believed to be a hoarder was found dead in her basement after the first floor of her Connecticut home collapsed, apparently under the weight of all her stuff, according to reports. The home was such a wreck — with stacks of clutter piled to the ceiling and waist-high hills of debris on the first floor — that rescuers had to abandon their attempt on Friday to find 66-year-old Beverly Mitchell. More..

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Summers are made for salads. With the overflow of green things growing, plus so many tomatoes, there’s nothing else we want to eat than a big bowl of fresh, seasonal produce. In the past we’ve found glorious amounts of dishes you can make with summer tomatoes , and we’ve highlighted every kind of salad you can make with arugula — so we have obviously seen many of the ways people can get creative when it comes salads.

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Construction is underway on the south side of the Thames River in London’s Battersea neighborhood on a shiny crystalline cube that will house the new U.S. Embassy.

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When Jay Carney steps down as White House press secretary later this year, he will leave behind a trail of memorable clashes with reporters. Here are a few of them: 1. Jay Carney and Ed Henry over Benghazi More..

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