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Hillary Clinton Thinks Iowans Are Smart

Hillary Clinton wanted Iowans to know her visit to Iowa was all about them, not Hillary Clinton. That's why Hillary Clinton wrote a piece bylined Hillary Clinton for the Des Moines Register.
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Gangs Around Nation Threaten Police

After Baltimore police reported a “credible threat” that some of the notorious gangs around the nation—including the Black Guerrilla Family, the Bloods, and the Crips—have ordered their members to target officers, various police departments are taking steps to protect their officers.
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Potential Consequences: Lawyers Discuss Baltimore Violence

Steve Klein, an attorney from the Pillar of Law Institute, also discussed the violence with Breitbart News. "Baltimore residents--including kids--can protest publicly and loudly. They can even do or say very offensive things when they protest, and the police cannot stop them,” Klein said to Breitbart News. “But protesters can't hurt people or destroy public or other people's private property.”
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Former RNC Staffers Join Jeb Bush’s ‘Different’ Presidential Campaign Team as SuperPAC Rakes in Huge Donations

Not only has Jeb Bush's team developed an integrated campaign strategy among three related organizations that is highly sophisticated, it appears to have been able to staff up almost entirely from existing relationships within the RNC and Republican establishment. In contrast, Marco Rubio is apparently the only other candidate to date who has landed a staffer with a high profile RNC pedigree.
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CNN Offers Sneak Peek at Hillary Clinton’s Emails Ahead of Hearings

On Monday morning, CNN posted what it described as an advanced look "Inside Clinton's Benghazi Emails," a body of correspondence that will soon be reviewed by Rep. Trey Gowdy and his House Select Committee on Benghazi. The CNN article is based on "several government officials" who anonymously characterized the emails.
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The Science Is Settled: Welfare Discourages Work

The practical and spiritual benefits of work and independence are undervalued in America today. It is better for the economy, and for the heart and soul of the individual, to work for $8 an hour than to be paid $12 an hour by the government to do nothing.

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