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The real lessons of Flint

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Former GOVERNOR Jim Gilmore lost to some pretty random folks in New Hampshire

Jim Gilmore was once the governor of the state of Virginia. He was also the chairman of the Republican National Committee. And in case you didn’t know — and there’s a good chance you didn’t — he is running for president in 2016. Unfortunately for Gilmore, [...]

How to Counter Recruitment and De-Militarize Schools

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Gregg Popovich’s reaction to the New Hampshire primary results is epic

Popovich gonna Popovich #SASatMIA https://t.co/rEb69k39s3 — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) February 10, 2016 San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is a man of few words — especially when it comes to the NBA-mandated interviews he gives between periods of his team’s games.  [...]

You Too Can Have a Future in Nuclear Destruction

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The Daily News Just Expertly Called Out Donald Trump’s "Brain Dead" New Hampshire Supporters

As expected, Donald Trump won the New Hampshire Republican primary on Tuesday with 35 percent of the vote. His double-digit victory, while unsurprising, did finally prove Trump could turn his high polling numbers into real votes. The Daily News had plenty to say about Trump’s resoun [...]

Morning Digest: Can Democrats retake the Nevada Senate? These three seats will decide it all

Leading Off: ● NV State Senate: The GOP flipped both chambers of the Nevada legislature in 2014, a year where Democratic voters disproportionately stayed home. While presidential turnout should allow Team Blue to retake the Assembly, where Obama carried 26 of the 42 seats, neither party h [...]

What We Learned in New Hampshire

Expectations going in to the New Hampshire primary were that Trump and Sanders would win. That is exactly what happened. But beyond that, we learned a few things. For the Democrats, it was the margin of victory for Sanders. Right now (with 91% precincts reporting) the results stand at 60% [...]

As concern grows over terrorists on social media, Senate bill calls for national strategy

A U.S. Senate committee on Wednesday will take up a topic that has caused growing concern in recent months: the influence of social media in recruiting potential terrorists. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee will consider a bill that would require the Oba [...]

John Kasich’s big day in New Hampshire, explained

Ohio Gov. John Kasich won the much-coveted second place slot in New Hampshire’s Republican primary Tuesday, with 16 percent of the vote — trailing Donald Trump’s winning 35 percent but having a relatively big breakthrough for a candidate who hasn’t made much impact so far. [...]

John Kasich’s positive campaign got a thumbs-up in New Hampshire [Video]

In a crowded Republican presidential field, finishing second in the New Hampshire primary gave life to John Kasich’s campaign on Tuesday. The Ohio governor had a miserable time in Iowa, where he won less than 2 percent of the vote and took just one of the 30 delegates up for gra [...]

Magazine: Inside Obama's White House

The Hill several months ago decided to launch a major investigative project on Barack Obama’s presidency. This special report coincides with the ninth anniversary of Obama announcing his White House bid on Feb. 10, 2007, in Springfield, Ill.The Hill… Go to Source : Magazine: I [...]

Hillary Clinton just lost women to Bernie Sanders. But don’t blame Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem.

Perhaps the Clinton campaign’s internal polling had, by this weekend, made it clear just how poorly Clinton was doing among New Hampshire women. Maybe that triggered some kind of distress signal broadcast to Clinton’s high-profile female supporters and surrogates. Maybe th [...]

George W. Bush stars in new radio ad for Jeb Bush

The worst-kept secret among those tracking Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign is that former president George W. Bush is about to take on a much more prominent role. Few details of what the 43rd president will do exactly are yet known, but he is expected to campaign with his young [...]

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Michael Bloomberg’s Target Voter: Himself

Eight years ago, Michael Bloomberg visited the University of Oklahoma with an august assembly of about a dozen old white ex-lawmakers from both parties. The plan was to convene a list of policies for a “government of national unity,” building a consensus among senators-turned-lobbyists an [...]

How many 2008 campaign veterans still work for Obama? You’d be surprised.

As President Obama heads to Springfield, Ill., Wednesday to mark the ninth-anniversary of his first White House bid, it raises a question: how many men and women involved in that campaign are still working for him? The short answer: more than you might think. At least 60 aides current [...]

Limits sought on paid time off for federal employees facing discipline

A Senate committee is set to act today on one of the few federal employee issues where there is bipartisan agreement: that too many agencies put too many employees on paid time off for too long beyond their regular leave time. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Comm [...]