NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 15: Actor, composer Lin-Manuel Miranda performs on stage during 'Hamilton' GRAMMY performance for The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Richard Rodgers Theater on February 15, 2016 in New York City.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Sings Lullaby for Separated Immigrant Children

Lin-Manuel Miranda performed an a cappella rendition of “Dear Theodosia,” from his hit Broadway musical Hamilton on Saturday during a protest in Washington, D.C., against President Donald Trump’s now-halted family separation policy.

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Several ‘Hamilton’ Cast Members Haven’t Voted in Years

Voting records reveal that several stars of the Broadway musical Hamilton haven’t voted in past elections, despite having lectured Vice President-elect Mike Pence about how the Donald Trump administration’s policies might negatively affect their lives.

Monday on Newsmax TV’s  “The Steve Malzberg Show,” while discussing …

Sununu: ‘Hamilton’ Cast’s Pence Statement Showed ‘Arrogance’

Monday on Newsmax TV’s  “The Steve Malzberg Show,” while discussing Vice President-elect Mike Pence being read a statement by cast of the Broadway musical “Hamilton” after the Broadway performance he attended, former Gov. John H. Sununu (R-NH) criticized the cast


Pence: I Wasn’t Offended By Message from ‘Hamilton’ Cast

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” Vice President-elect Mike Pence said he was not offended by the cast of the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” which addressed him after the performance he attended. Pence said, “Well, first off, my daughter

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How Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda Helped Hillary

On July 12, Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda stood up at his show and welcomed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to his show. “This November, the difference could not be more stark, who do you think is going to get closer to those ideals?” he asked, referring to the Constitution and the founding fathers. “Are you going to vote for the guy who wants to build a wall, or for someone who’s building bridges?”

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Former Prez George W. Bush Urges Americans to Vote, But Doesn’t Say for Whom

After controversies over rumored support for Hillary Clinton by his father, brother, and daughter, former President George W. Bush recently appeared in a new TV ad urging Americans to get out and vote in November’s general election, but in doing so he carefully avoided endorsing anyone.