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City Unions Oppose New York State Single-Payer Health Plan

The battle is highlighting a split within the Democrat Party, as unions argue the expansive legislation – with universal coverage for illegal immigrants – will cut into their benefits and negotiating power.

Nearly half of voters, 49 percent, say they support a single-payer health care system. In this photo, Californians protest in support of a single-payer system for their state.

Transitioning Transgender Soldiers’ Medical Expenses 14 Times Higher than Average

Critics of President Donald Trump’s decision to bar transgender Americans from serving in the U.S. armed forces are citing a 2016 RAND Corporation study that, they claim, refutes “the idea that transgender soldiers are somehow expensive, or that they undermine the morale and cohesion of the military over all,” as the New Yorker put it.

Transgender soldiers rally (Justin Sullivan / Getty)

Politico Claims Donald Trump Is Not Attracting New GOP Voters

Politico claimed Tuesday that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is not expanding the Republican party, despite record turnout in party primaries in 2016. Politico’s Shane Goldmacher argues that despite Trump’s claim to have brought “millions and millions” of new

Trump supporter hoists hat (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

Blue State Blues: What Kind of a State is Cruzifornia?

The California primary on June 7 will be the decisive contest for both the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations. There is almost no way that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) or Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) can win majorities of delegates in

Blue State Blues (Breitbart)

This One Question Determines If a Voter Backs Donald Trump

A recent poll released by the Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, California has identified a key question that determines whether a voter is likely to support Republican frontrunner Donald J. Trump. That question is whether the voter agrees with the statement: “People like me don’t have any say about what the government does.”

Nancy and Dennis Williams at Trump rally (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

Study: Republicans 37.5% More Likely to Work on Vacation

A new study by the RAND Corporation has found that Americans are increasingly likely to work while on vacation–and that Republicans are 37.5% more likely to work on vacation than Democrats, even when controlling for all other factors.

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