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Rick Perry: ‘The Border with Mexico Can Be Secured’

Thursday afternoon in Columbia, South Carolina, former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) joined Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) for a “Presidential Town Hall” series that Scott is hosting with the Republican presidential candidates.

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Report: Eric Cantor to Endorse Jeb! ‘Act of Love’ Bush

Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), who was ousted in a 2014 primary by Dave Brat because of his support for amnesty for illegal immigrants, will endorse Jeb! “Act of Love” Bush. According to a Politico report, Cantor will

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Iran Deal Likely to Pass, Says Senator Who Made it Impossible to Stop It

Has there ever been a more spectacular performance of Republican “Failure Theater” than the Iran deal? Senator Bob Corker (R-TN), who long ago made it impossible for Congress to stop the deal, now comes forth to tell us Congress probably can’t stop the Iran deal, even as public opposition soars into solid majority territory, and more Democrats stage their own little Failure Theater sideshows of “conscience.”

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Democrats Slam Hillary Clinton for Her Response to Email Scandal

Democratic political leaders across the nation, unperturbed by the possible illegality of Hillary Clinton’s email practices, seem to be primarily concerned that Clinton’s response to the resultant furor might affect their own personal political fortunes or those of the Democratic Party.

Mariachi musicians sing and play serenadas as they go from house to house to encourage people to come to vote on election day in the predominantly Latino Sun Valley district of Los Angeles on November 6, 2012. From Mexican Americans and Puerto Ricans to Cuban Americans, the more than 12 million Hispanic Americans eligible to vote could hold the keys to the White House. AFP PHOTO /JOE KLAMAR (Photo credit should read

Republicans Chasing An Hispanic Unicorn

For almost a decade, the Republican party has interpreted losses at the ballot box as its inability to attract Hispanic voters. This, in turn, is blamed on segments of the conservative wing of the party whose rhetoric allegedly turns off Hispanic voters. When conservatives empower a Republican victory, as in 2004, 2010 or 2014, the win is dismissed as almost an aberration. Oh, that victory you have there is because Hispanics didn’t vote, Republican leaders imply.

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