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Opinion

The Strzok Texts are not Evidence of Conspiracy, and the Theory is Completely Idiotic

Drew argues that the belief that Peter Strzok's texts to Lisa Page are evidence of conspiracy is only persuasive to fools and liars.

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Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Facebook
News & Politics

Mark Zuckerberg's Released Testimony Ahead of Wednesday's Hearing

The House Committee on Energy and Commerce released an advance copy of Mark Zuckerberg's opening statement. Here's what he's going to say.

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Statesmith Team

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February 13, 2018

Scandal
Opinion

Trump's Terse Admission Could Have Legal Ramifications

Trump tells reporters he was unaware of $130,000 payment, which has legal implications both for himself and his attorney, Michael Cohen.

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Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Poverty
Opinion

“America’s Harvest Box” Takes Us Back to Government Cheese

President Trump’s proposed budget further isolates and stigmatizes America’s poor and food insecure.

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Brittany Page

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February 13, 2018

National Security
Opinion

Trump's Disregard for Law & Order Threatens National Security

With dozens of individuals working in the White House without proper background checks and security clearances, Donald Trump’s law and order pledge is worthless.

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Jesse Dollemore

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February 13, 2018

Resignation
Opinion

Rachel Brand Resigns from Justice Department, as Would Any Sane Person in Her Position

There is no room for those who take their oath to uphold the Constitution seriously in the Trump Administration.

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Puerto Rico
Opinion

The UN Should Redesignate Puerto Rico as a Colony

The relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States is a sham — the United Nations should intervene.

By

Felix Montanez

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February 13, 2018

Elections
Opinion

When Did Republicans Stop Caring About Election Fraud?

The Republican Party has been sounding the alarm on voter fraud for years. Why are they mostly silent now?

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

News and Politics
Elections

Department of Homeland Security Confirms — Russian Government Penetrated Voter Rolls

Orders to meddle in voter systems in 2016 came from the Kremlin itself

By

Statesmith Team

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February 13, 2018

Trump
Leadership

Trump Calls for Military Parade, Backlash Ensues

Trump has long expressed a desire for displaying military power in a parade, but that desire is now a directive.

By

Statesmith Team

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February 13, 2018

Trump
Opinion

Trump's Disinterest in his Job Offends Me to My Core

Skilled Professions Require Intellectual Curiosity — Donald Trump has None

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Patriotism
Opinion

Trump Attacks War Hero Tammy Duckworth. Why I'm Rooting for Him to Fail.

Donald Trump labelling war hero Tammy Duckworth as "un-American" and "treasonous" while standing in the shadow of his five draft deferments is disgraceful.

By

Jesse Dollemore

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February 13, 2018

Puerto Rico
News & Politics

FEMA Failed to Deliver Millions of Meals, Puerto Rico Suffers

The failures of the Trump Administration are highlighted in recent reporting showing that FEMA failed to deliver life-saving meals to devastated Puerto Ricans.

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Statesmith Team

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February 13, 2018

FBI
News & Politics

Report of Probe into FBI's Handling of Clinton Email Controversy to be Released Soon

Inspector General's report is all but certain to add a new layer of drama to the controversy surrounding the FBI.

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Statesmith Team

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February 13, 2018

Politics
News & Politics

Donald Trump Thinks Members of Congress who Didn't Clap at his State of the Union are un-American and Treasonous.

The President labeled anyone who didn't applaud his State of the Union speech as un-American and Treasonous.

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Statesmith Team

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February 13, 2018

Capitalism
Culture

That Ram Truck Super Bowl Commercial featuring MLK Left Someting Out.

Dr. Martin Luther King's "Drum Major Instinct" sermon was a bad choice for Ram to sell their trucks.

By

Jesse Dollemore

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February 13, 2018

Resignation
News & Politics

Is Trey Gowdy Really Having a Crisis of Conscience?

Trey Gowdy announces his retirement, claiming he's sick of how unfair politics can be.

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Russia
News & Politics

White House Gives Russia a Pass, Flies Under the Radar

While doing the bare minimum, the Trump Administration fails to hold Russia accountable for election interference.

By

Statesmith Team

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February 13, 2018

Russia
News & Politics

Devin Nunes Just Clumsily Lied on Fox & Friends.

Devin Nunes claims George Papadopoulos never met Donald Trump. Photos from the Trump campaign prove otherwise.

By

Jesse Dollemore

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February 13, 2018

Politics
Immigration

Donald Trump Softens Tone on Immigration — His Supporters React Viciously

Donald Trump's gesture towards sane immigration policy infuriates his supporters.

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Poverty
Policy

The American Dream May Be an Illusion: U.N. Report on Poverty in the United States

Although the United States is recognized as one of the most powerful and wealthy countries in world, it is failing its most vulnerable.

By

Brittany Page

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February 13, 2018

Leadership

Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah is Retiring – That's Very Good for Democrats

Mitt Romney is the likely heir of Orrin Hatch's seat, and he is sure to be a thorn in Donald Trump's side.

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Culture
Leadership

America's Most Admired Women are Democrats — Conspicuously Absent: Republican Women

Popular women within the Republican Party are few and far between, and it speaks volumes about the party's general attitude toward women.

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

Harassment
Scandal

Voters Did Not Clear Donald Trump of Sexual Misconduct – His Reckoning May Be Soon To Come

Press Secretary Sanders believes Donald Trump’s election victory was the final word on his sexual assault allegations, voters believe otherwise.

By

Brittany Page

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February 13, 2018

Taxes
Policy

Are Republicans Trading Away Family Values for the Approval of Corporations? Conservatives Think So.

Many in the conservative ranks are troubled by what they believe is inevitable for the Republican Party.

By

Jesse Dollemore

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February 13, 2018

Net Neutrality
Policy

The Internet isn't Dead Yet -- Here's Why

Advocates, lawyers, and lawmakers prepare their plan for attack to fight the FCC's decision to repeal net neutrality rules.

By

Drew Levine

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February 13, 2018

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