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Daily Archives: October 30, 2015

John Oliver Doesn’t Want Trump on His Show

John Oliver has steered clear of Donald Trump as much as he can during the current election cycle. Previously, Oliver downplayed the importance of Trump and made it clear that he didn’t care about the Republican presidential candidate. “I don’t … Read More

Trump Hits Rubio as ‘Puppet’ of Pro-Immigration Forces

Donald Trump never misses an opportunity to pounce on someone. He accused Sen. Marco Rubio of being a “puppet” to pro-immigration forces in the United States. “Lobbyists write the rules to benefit the rich and powerful. They buy off senators … Read More

Cruz Calls McConnell a Democrat

Ted Cruz is fed up with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Cruz called McConnell a Democrat. This isn’t the first time Cruz and McConnell have gone head to head. A similar issue happened recently when Cruz wanted to debate Planned … Read More

Donald Trump: I Think Obama ‘Hates Israel’

Donald Trump’s latest target is President Barack Obama. During a campaign speech on Thursday, he suggested that Obama hates Israel. “So many friends in Israel, they don’t know what happened. They have a president who — they actually think Obama hates Israel. … Read More

Reid Calls on Rubio to Resign

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is calling on Sen. Marco Rubio to resign. Rubio has become mired in controversy after it was revealed that he missed the most Senate votes of any Senator. “Why shouldn’t he [resign]? He hates the … Read More

New York Mayor Bill De Blasio Endorses Hillary Clinton for 2016

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton for president in 2016. “The candidate who I believe can fundamentally address income inequality effectively, the candidate who has the right experience and the ability to get the … Read More

Biden, Sanders Meet in Washington

Bernie Sanders requested a meeting with Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday. While Biden only recently announced that he wouldn’t run for president, he has opened his doors to all Democratic candidates, noting that he is willing to help them … Read More

Sanders Doubles down on Opposition to Death Penalty

Bernie Sanders is a true progressive. While other candidates are too shy to discuss abolishing the death penalty, Sanders continues to stand firm in his opposition of it. “I believe it is time for the United States of America to … Read More

Cruz: Budget Deal the ‘Cartel in All of Its Glory’

Ted Cruz took a shot at the new two-year budget deal on Thursday. The Texan Senator called it the “cartel in all of its glory.” “It is difficult to find a better illustration of the Washington cartel than the charade … Read More

Obama to Send Troops to Syria

President Barack Obama announced on Friday that he will commit troops to Syria to combat ISIS and to maintain a presence in the region against the Russians. The Russians have already committed troops to the region, prompting the United States to … Read More