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Georgia Secretary of State Announces Full Hand Recount of Presidential Race

Georgia Secretary of State Announces Full Hand Recount of Presidential Race

  Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Wednesday that the state will carry out a manual hand recount of ballots cast during the Nov. 3 election in the midst of allegations of voter fraud, mismanagement, and irregularities. “This will help build confidence. It will be an audit, a recount, and a recanvas all at […]

POLITICS | Pete Buttigieg Drops Out Of Presidential Race

POLITICS | Pete Buttigieg Drops Out Of Presidential Race

SHELBY TALCOTT MEDIA REPORTER . Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg dropped out of the 2020 Democratic presidential race Sunday, according to numerous reports. The decision comes following a poor showing in South Carolina’s primary Saturday. The former mayor earned just 2% of black votes, early polling indicated according to the New York Times. “Pete Buttigieg to announce […]

CNN vs Tulsi

CNN vs Tulsi

    By Naomi Fisher  CNN is denying Tulsi Gabbard the Democratic debate next week. CNN’s own polls show that she has met all the poll requirements, showing Tulsi – 1 point behind Amy Klobuchar, tied with Andrew Yang, and 3-5 points AHEAD of Tom Steyer and Deval Patrick who were both invited instead of […]

Trump Attacks Clinton’s ‘Short-Circuit’ Claim

Trump Attacks Clinton’s ‘Short-Circuit’ Claim

Republican nominee Donald Trump tweeted his response to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s first press conference in over 240 days, criticizing Clinton for saying she “short-circuited” when she told supporters FBI director James Comey said her comments were honest. Clinton made an appearance at a conference hosted by the National Association of Black Journalists, and the […]

Kasich to quit presidential race

Kasich to quit presidential race

By George Miller In another dramatic turn of events in the campaign,it appears that John Kasich will drop out of the GOP race for the presidential nomination. So far, he has won only his home state and is in a very distant and weak third place behind Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. The latter suspended his […]

Feelin’ the Bern

Feelin’ the Bern

By Sheryl Hamlin In a critical 1958 interview between Mike Wallace and Aldous Huxley, whose futuristic novel Brave New World written in 1932 foretold a dystopian, information driven top-down society ruled by an oligarchy of propaganda creators, Huxley cites the oligarchy of the Soviet Union whose members had a high standard of living filled with […]

Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

By Thomas L. Knapp Presidential candidates work hard to convince ordinary Americans that they’re just like us. Regular folks. Put their pants on one leg at a time, you betcha. But nobody clears the airspace for me when I fly into a city. Nor, I bet, do federal agents cordon off several blocks around venues […]