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How Voters are Being Locked Out of the New Hampshire Primary

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:24 Written by
Some of the candidates have given stampers a warm welcome. Right after he announced his campaign, George Pataki posed with a bill decorated with the “Stamp Money Out of Politics” message. Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley have posed with stamped bills as well. Sen. Bernie Sanders holds up a StampStampede.org bill that says, "Stamp Money Out of Politics.
Israelis, Palestinians react to U.S. passport law
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:21 Written by
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Congress moves to restart Islamic State war debate
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:18 Written by
Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Tim Kaine
Hastert pleads not guilty
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:18 Written by
AP Photo He has not publicly addressed the allegations against him.By Josh Gerstein 6/9/15 5:14 AM EDT CHICAGO — After more than a week in seclusion, former House Speaker
TODD STARNES Army: No more Honor Guard for church's July 4 event
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:17 Written by
For nearly two decades, the U.S. Army has provided an honor guard for an Independence Day celebration at a Baptist church that predates the founding of the nation. But this year – that tradition has come to an end. Officials at Fort Gordon say they will not be able to send an honor guard to a July 5th service at Abilene Baptist Church because it violates a military policy banning any involvement in a religious…
2015 MLB Draft: LSU signees Mitch Piatnik, Jacob Taylor selected by Pittsburgh, Cincinnati; Tigers Kade Scivicque, Jared Foster, Zac Person, Mark Laird, Conner Hale selected too
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:14 Written by
The second-highest LSU signee has been selected in the 2015 MLB draft as the Pittsburgh Pirates picked right-handed pitcher Jacob Taylorwith the No. 127 overall pick in the fourth round on Tuesday. Only three picks after watching Taylor be selected, LSU saw senior catcher Kade Scivicque hear his name called with the No. 130 overall pick by the Detroit Tigers in the fourth round. Those selections come a day after the Houston Astros picked the
Mark Steyn Reveals Hillary Clinton Limo Incident That Shames NYT's Coverage of Rubio's Driving Record
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:12 Written by
The Right Scoop By The Right Scoop Mocking the NY Times for all the attention they’ve given Marco Rubio’s driving record, Mark Steyn revealed something today from Hillary Clinton’s past that should put the NY Times to shame for focusing so much on Marco Rubio’s speeding tickets. He explains how Clinton’s limo driver, back in 2001, in what he calls a ‘driving Miss Hillary’ situation, crashed through an airport security fence at
Gov. Robert Bentley to sign bill making Alabama's primary earlier
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:12 Written by
Gov. Robert Bentley will sign into law Wednesday a bill to move Alabama's presidential primary to March 1 next year, a move that intended to make the state more important in the process of selecting nominees. Secretary of State John Merrill said Alabama will join Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia in holding primaries that day. "I'm excited that the citizens of Alabama will have an opportunity to make a significant impact on who will
New Jersey Court Backs Chris Christie Administration on Pension Payments
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:09 Written by
Turkey election: President Tayyip Erdogan accepts resignation of cabinet after poll defeat
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:08 Written by
Email Posted June 10, 2015 07:22:17 Photo: Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan has made no public comments since the elections. (Reuters: Umit Bektas) Related Story: Turkey president faces struggle to form government Related Story: Turkey's ruling party loses parliamentary majority Related Story: Deadly blasts in Turkey overshadow final hours of election campaign Map: Turkey Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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