Posts Tagged “Republicans”

Pritzker, Rauner and hypocrisy at the Chicago Sun-Times

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Pritzker, Rauner and hypocrisy at the Chicago Sun-Times

Pritzker, Rauner and hypocrisy at the Chicago Sun-Times Most mainstream American journalists love to dish it out and criticize people, but they are thinned skinned and hate to be criticized themselves, especially when they are involved in their own conflicts-of-interest that they fail to mention in their stories. As a columnist who writes my opinions,…

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Analysis: Why Pekau won and McLaughlin lost

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Analysis: Why Pekau won and McLaughlin lost

Analysis: Why Pekau won and McLaughlin lost A poorly run re-election campaign by seven-term incumbent Mayor Dan McLaughlin combined with a hot-topic issue of salary and pension hikes, and a laser-focused issues campaign of a non-political challenger, Keith Pekau, running on the Republican Party banner did what no one thought could happen April 4 in Orland Park….

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Analysis: Sanders and Trump offer real change

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Analysis: Sanders and Trump offer real change

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are not perfect. They have both made mistakes. The “insider establishment” wants you to think it is about socialism, racism and hate. But it is not. They are tearing down the insider establishment in government and politics that has destroyed this country and they want to bring real change to America. Sanders…

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

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Election Analysis: Trump taps public’s desire for change

The Republican Party is desperate to prevent outsider Donald Trump from representing them in the November 8 elections for president and Trumps rhetoric has fueled attacks from concerned Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton whose popularity remains in neutral in the face of a strong challenge from outsider Bernie Sanders. By Ray Hanania Real estate mogul and…

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Analysis: What New Hampshire vote means

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Analysis: What New Hampshire vote means

Analysis: What New Hampshire means for the Presidential elections and candidates By Ray Hanania New Hampshire won’t decide who will become the next president of the United States, but it might help serve as a roadmap to explain how people are reacting and why. Although New Hampshire is considered the first “true primary” because voters…

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Trump will be the undoing of the extremist right

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Trump will be the undoing of the extremist right

Radical Christlamic Extremists continue to takeover America, but they’re not succeeding this year now that most Americans know who they are. But they are still a threat to the Republican Party By Ray Hanania Many people on my Facebook page have been wondering why I could possibly be promoting Donald Trump for President. I don’t…

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Hillary Clinton Delusional on Email Scandal, Blames Republicans

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Hillary Clinton Delusional on Email Scandal, Blames Republicans

In an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press”, Hillary Clinton claims she has provided more transparency and information than anyone who’s ever served in government. There is only so much I can control but what I have tried to do in explaining this is to provide more transparency and more information than anybody I am…

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Boehner: Kevin McCarthy Would Make A Great Speaker

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Boehner: Kevin McCarthy Would Make A Great Speaker

Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the California Republican who currently serves as House Majority Leader, got the nod of approval as speaker from outgoing Speaker of the House John Boehner during the latter’s press conference early Friday afternoon. While saying he does not have a vote in who will replace him as Speaker and that he did…

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Senator Kirk Heads Home After Casting a Deciding Vote to Stick it to 3,546 of his Unemployed Neighbors

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Senator Kirk Heads Home After Casting a Deciding Vote to Stick it to 3,546 of his Unemployed Neighbors

Senator Kirk Heads Home After Casting a Deciding Vote to Stick it to 3,546 of his Unemployed Neighbors Vote Against Extending Unemployment Benefits Hits Thousands in Lake County Washington DC — When Illinois Republican Sen. Mark Kirk cast the deciding vote against extending emergency unemployment benefits, he took money out of the pockets of more…

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