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DALLAS — In their first head-to-head matchup of an increasingly contentious U.S. Senate campaign, Republican incumbent Ted Cruz and Democrat Beto O’Rourke clashed bitterly over issues ranging from gun rights to health care to immigration. Cruz, a polished debater going back to his days at Princeton University, would likely be...
 
exas Democratic Sen. Candidate Beto O’Rourke said Wednesday during a town hall event that he believes law enforcement officers target black people because of their skin color and that police are the “new Jim Crow.” “Talking about criminal justice reform, let’s talk about where this problem started,” he said at  Prairie View A&M...
 
Special elections aren’t the best gauges for predicting the results of an election year, but since the liberal media touted such wins as a harbinger for the GOP apocalypse, let’s pop the champagne for the clutch win in Texas last night. Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has to be happy. This...
 
Much has been made of Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s invitation to testify before an open hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee next week — but it’s not yet set in stone she will actually show. Fox News is told that the Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday...
 
The White House said Monday that the Senate Judiciary Committee is leaning toward inviting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser to testify before the panel, as the woman’s attorney said she would be willing to appear. Christine Ford, a California-based professor, revealed her identity in a Washington Post report on...
 
Iran is “feeling the pain” from the sweeping sanctions revived by President Trump in August, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, told Fox News exclusively in a wide-ranging interview on Wednesday. “They feel weak and we are suffocating them to the point that they have to address...
 
Catastrophic flash floods, life-threatening storm surge, tropical storm-force winds – and even tornadoes – are expected as Hurricane Florence barrels toward the United States east coast Thursday, even as the massive storm was downgraded to a still-deadly Category 2 hurricane. A rash of late evacuations continued as officials warned the...
 
President Obama is mighty confused. In a fiery campaign speech at the University of Illinois, the former president suggested that Donald Trump was elected in 2016 by the “powerful and the privileged.” He also railed at voters for failing to show up, and for permitting such a damaging “threat to...
 
Former National Football League player Colin Kaepernick is back in the spotlight. The ex-San Francisco 49ers QB  is now the face  of Nike’s ‘Just Do It’ campaign. It’s controversial. That was the intent, to give the middle finger to hard-working, American patriots. It was a shot across the bow of Trump’s America, rural America,...
 
UPDATE: President Trump calls anonymous op-ed “gutless.” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has called for this official to resign (via  Daily Caller ): White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called for the resignation of an anonymous official who wrote an op-ed in the New York Times disparaging President Donald Trump....
 
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Experts say Ted Cruz wins first debate on style while Beto O’Rourke scores on likeability

DALLAS — In their first head-to-head matchup of an increasingly contentious U.S. Senate campaign, Republican incumbent Ted Cruz and Democrat Beto O’Rourke clashed bitterly over issues ranging from gun rights to health care to immigration. Cruz, a polished debater going back to his days at Princeton University, would likely be...

O’Rourke: Police Are the ‘New Jim Crow’

exas Democratic Sen. Candidate Beto O’Rourke said Wednesday during a town hall event that he believes law enforcement officers target black people because of their skin color and that police are the “new Jim Crow.” “Talking about criminal justice reform, let’s talk about where this problem started,” he said at  Prairie View A&M...

Blue Wave Receding? TX GOP Wins Special Election In District Held By Democrats For 139 Years

Special elections aren’t the best gauges for predicting the results of an election year, but since the liberal media touted such wins as a harbinger for the GOP apocalypse, let’s pop the champagne for the clutch win in Texas last night. Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has to be happy. This...

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