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Time To Blow Away Wind Tax Credit: Lawmakers

The federal government wants Americans to use wind power, which is produced here in the U.S. and doesn’t put out any emissions. So wind is heavily subsidized in the tax code. The bill to taxpayers will total at least $6.4 billion over the next decade.

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Washington Post: Exxon Mobil Abandons Clinton Global Initiative

MARRAKESH, Morocco — Bill and Chelsea Clinton are convening foreign leaders here at a lush golf resort set in a palm grove this week to showcase their foundation’s charitable work. But the conference also highlights new controversies engulfing the Clinton family’s vast philanthropic enterprises as Hillary Rodham Clinton begins her presidential campaign.

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AZ POLL: Sen. McCain Under 50 Percent, Extraordinarily Vulnerable

Five-term incumbent Sen. John McCain may have reason to fear a primary challenge. Newly released data from liberal-leaning Public Policy Polling shows half of Arizona’s Republican primary voters disapprove of McCain’s job performance, and more than half would prefer a more conservative Senate candidate in 2016.

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CDC: Nearly 1 In 4 People In U.S. Will Be Hispanic By 2035

The Hispanic population in the coming two decades is projected to reach 84,543,000, or 22.8 percent of the population, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Currently the Hispanic population makes up 17 percent of the U.S. population at 56,754,000.

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L.A. Times: ‘Clinton Cash’ Casts Shadow over Hillary Campaign

Hillary Clinton’s launch of her 2016 presidential campaign is being severely hampered by the release of Breitbart Senior Editor at Large Peter Schweizer’s new book, “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich.”

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