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L.A. Times: Gavin Newsom, Flip-Flopper

The Los Angeles Times points out Monday that Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the Democratic candidate for governor in November, has a long history of flip-flopping on the state’s major issues — a track record that may provide fodder for Republican rival John Cox.

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Gavin Newsom Attempts to Play Down Super-Privileged Past in New Ad

In his latest campaign ad, Democratic gubernatorial frontrunner Gavin Newsom seeks to counter the narrative that he would not be where he is without the help of a very wealthy family friend by playing down his privileged past and focusing on his single mom who “worked three jobs” and “waitressed at night to make ends meet.”

CHELTENHAM, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 15: Hillary Clinton is interviewed by Mariella Frostrup (not pictured) at the Cheltenham Literature Festival on October 15, 2017 in Cheltenham, England. The former US secretary of state and 2016 American presidential candidate yesterday received an honorary doctorate from Swansea University. She is also visiting the …

Hillary Clinton Praises Socialised British Medicine After Breaking Toe

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton praised the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) for the “excellent care” she received after breaking her toe – just two days before it was revealed that only ONE of the socialised medicine’s hospitals across the country had hit key treatment targets.

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Virgil: The Big Question for Open Borders Bernie Sanders’ ‘Medicare for All’ Plan Is What if ‘All’ Includes the Whole World?

According to a 2012 estimate by Gallup, 13 percent of the world’s adult population—640 million people—would move to the U.S. if they could. And of course, under the doctrine of chain-migration, that number of immigrants could easily quadruple in a few years’ time. In other words, with a Bernie Sanders-style president spending more money on healthcare while not defending the border, you could take the $10,000 in per-capita health spending tab and multiply it by another billion or two people.

Voters cast their ballots at the Denver Elections Division headquarters in Denver, Colorado on November 8, 2016. Colorado, a key battleground state, could be a deciding vote for the nomination of either Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, or her opponent, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. / AFP / Jason Connolly …

Colorado Voters Reject Single-Payer Health Care System

Colorado voters have rejected Amendment 69, the “Colorado Creation of ColoradoCare System Initiative,” a proposed constitutional amendment that would have replaced most private health insurance with a fully government/taxpayer-paid system for all Colorado citizens.