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Guess who the Clintons give their charitable donations to? If you guessed, the Clintons, you’d be right. The Clintons donated $1 Million to themselves in 2015.
You should be taking the latest investigation into the Clinton Foundation very seriously, for one reason… Preet Bharara.
A senior official at the Justice Department objected to President Obama’s decision to hand Iran a $400 Million cash payment as ransom for 5 American prisoners.
Hillary Clinton’s plan for the economy? Tax, Spend, and Repeat.
6 Major problems with the latest media meltdown over Donald Trump.
Donald Trump finally seems to understand how serious his current situation is and how difficult it will be to climb out of the hole he’s in. Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell seems quite worried about the GOP’s chances at holding on to a majority in the Senate.
Donald Trump is no fan of the Confederate flag as evidenced by he recent statements at a rally in Kissimmee, Florida.
Which candidate for President believes it would be okay to try Americans accused of terrorism in a military tribunal in Guantanamo Bay?
With Donald Trump falling further and further behind in the polls, the RNC is redirecting its money down the ballot to help win Senate and House races.
Nationalism isn’t always a “bad” thing; it’s time to stop pretending it is.
Apparently, Anthony Weiner is still sexting random women.
The U.S.A is DOMINATING the 2016 Rio Olympics… and it’s starting to get embarrassing.