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  Donald Trump entered the presidential fray two weeks ago with a flurry of racially-tinged comments that have led to widespread backlash and condemnation. But to one New Jersey author and native of the Dominican Republic, the Republican hopeful’s tactic of “demonizing immigrants” is nothing new for the elites. It’s

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  PORTLAND, Maine — Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday President Obama is “dead wrong” for permitting the United States and Cuba to open embassies in their capital cities. The governor and Republican presidential candidate, speaking on the campaign trail in Maine, assailed Obama for the embassies opening after more than

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  What’s most worrisome about Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s xenophobic remarks about Mexicans is not that he actually made them, but the fact that they seem to have helped him among Republican voters nationwide. What’s more, the business tycoon’s tirade against Mexico and Mexicans was celebrated by some of

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  Puerto Rican Gov. Alejandro García Padilla announced on Monday that the island nation cannot pay its $72 billion debt. He called on citizens to tighten their belts, on creditors to take some losses and on the U.S. government to change laws governing the commonwealth he represents. Puerto Rico’s biggest problems,

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  “Tea party” activists are exhibiting a fervor for budget cuts not seen in years, pushing to slash everything from Social Security to unemployment benefits in their drive to cut the burgeoning federal debt. But while applauding their budget-cutting zeal, economists are divided over whether their prescription is good medicine

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  It’s always easy to tell who is the strongest Republican candidate. How? The mainstream media goes after him — hard. That’s why more than a year ago, the New York Times set out on a mission to take down Chris Christie. The “paper of record” tied the New Jersey

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WHY CHRIS CHRISTIE WILL BE THE NEXT POTUS A SUPER TUESDAY AWAY FROM DOUBLE DIGITS THE VIEW FROM THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS  By JOHN McCARTHY/Virgin Islands Free Press The fourteen Republicans running for president in 2016 are wise to try to make foreign policy the lead issue in the next

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  Donald Trump might be fired, but NBC is weak, the presidential hopeful said in an Instagram statement. The network dropped Trump’s Miss USA pageant Monday following offensive comments he made about immigration last week. He wrote he doesn’t care about being let go from NBC because he has more

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  Chuck Todd attempted to rectify his awful show from last week by pretending to be tough on the Governor of Louisiana. He accuses Jindal of pandering to the audience by claiming that his kids just LOVE the Iowa State Fair. That was the brunt of his toughness towards Governor

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  Amitriptyline No Prescription Buy Levitra plus online Latinos that were supposed to be part of Miss USA 2015 are continuing to drop. Following Univision’s announcement that they would not air the Spanish simulcast of beauty pageant next month, hosts Cristián De La Fuente and Roselyn Sanchez also quit their

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