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Yes, there is life over politics

Yes, there is life over politics

I never unequivocally accepted a interest of Alison Lundergan Grimes, a Democratic challenger to Mitch McConnell in final year’s Kentucky Senate race. She was ostensible to be one of her party’s many earnest domestic talents nonetheless to me she seemed ...

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Trump rips adult order book of US ‘retail politics’

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. U.S. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump swung into New Hampshire for a few hours one dusk progressing this month to collect adult an publicity from a tiny military union. “I don’t routinely do stops like this,” Trump pronounced ...

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2015: A Year of Change in Memphis Politics

2015: A Year of Change in Memphis Politics

click to enlarge Sitting uneasily during a same list for a annual Myron Lowery request breakfast on Jan 1, 2015 were destiny antagonists Mayor A C Wharton (left) and Jim Strickland (in center). At distant right as Council claimant Mickell ...

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The 7 lethal stupidities of 2015 domestic coverage

The 7 lethal stupidities of 2015 domestic coverage

THE SEVEN DEADLY STUPIDITIES OF 2015 POLITICAL COVERAGE Congratulations on carrying roughly survived what certainly has been one of a many ideally foolish years in domestic journalism. There are a lot of reasons that a domestic routine is such a ...

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Essential Politics: A debate Noël

Good afternoon. I’m Washington business arch David Lauter. Welcome to a special Wednesday afternoon book of a Essential Politics newsletter, where we’ll take a demeanour during an shortened week on a debate route and some stories that went over a ...

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‘Tinder for Politics’ Wants Millennials to Vote

‘Tinder for Politics’ Wants Millennials to Vote

For a one-person, one-vote democracy like a U.S, a information can be discouraging: there are 46 million authorised electorate in a millennial generation, nonetheless in a 2014 midterm election, usually 20 percent of them expel a ballot, according to a ...

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