Los medios de comunicación y los establecimientos democráticos entran en pánico cuando se predice que Sanders barrerá los 50 estados

No importa cuánto intenten los principales medios de comunicación y el establecimiento Los políticos demócratas intentan cambiar los resultados, Iowa tiene a muchos de los miembros del establecimiento muy preocupados, por decir lo menos.

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While former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg may have claimed victory at this week’s botched Iowa caucus, the real winner, according to statisticians, was Bernie Sanders. The Vermont senator is now by far the favorite candidate according to bookmakers. Oddschecker, a betting comparison app, surveyed eighteen different gambling sites and found every

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The Human Side Of Drones: Congress Fails In Oversight

U.S. drones have killed a total of 5,164 people so far, according to a congressional report.

The Congressional Progressive Caucus held a recent hearing to discuss the implications of expanding the U.S. drone fleet of 7,000. Among the few critics of drone policies in Congress, members of the Progressive Caucus discussed the large number of civilians who have died as a result of U.S. drone strikes. According to a caucus report, the U.S

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NRA Gun Control Money Controls Senate

Trisha Marczak When the democratic-controlled Senate voted down a bill that would have expanded background checks to all gun purchasers — despite a 90 percent approval rating among Americans — pundits were left scratching their heads over the logic that prevailed. Yet a recent report released by the Sunlight Foundation sheds light on the ties lawmakers […]

Trisha MarczakWhen the democratic-controlled Senate voted down a bill that would have expanded background checks to all gun purchasers — despite a 90 percent approval rating among Americans — pundits were left scratching their heads over the logic that prevailed. Yet a recent report released by the Sunlight Foundation sheds light on the

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Arkansas To Buy Private Insurance For Poor Instead Of Expanding Medicaid

Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe, pictured, reached a compromise with Republican state lawmakers that will see federal health care funding intended for expanding Medicaid used instead to purchase private health insurance for low-income voters. (Photo/Keith Ingram via Wikimedia Commons) LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas’ plan to use federal money to buy private insurance for low-income residents won […]

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas' plan to use federal money to buy private insurance for low-income residents won final approval from state lawmakers Wednesday, endorsing a model that several other states are eyeing as a possible alternative to expanding Medicaid. The Republican-controlled Legislature narrowly reached the three-fourths majority

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Everything We Know About What’s Happened Under Sequestration

Children participate in the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Monday, April 1, 2013. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) When the annual White House Easter Egg Hunt faced cancellation this year due to the package of mandatory budget cuts known as sequestration, the National Park Service kicked […]

When the annual White House Easter Egg Hunt faced cancellation this year due to the package of mandatory budget cuts known as sequestration, the National Park Service kicked into high gear. It rescued the event 2014 held since 1878 2014 with money from "corporate sponsors and the sale of commemorative wooden eggs," according to the Washington

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Obama Faces Major Tests In Coming Weeks That Will Determine His Legacy

President Obama faces weeks of negotiations over the budget, immigration, Keystone XL pipeline and gun control. (Photo/file) President Obama finds himself in an extraordinary situation. In the next few weeks, the president’s legacy will be formed and tested as Congress takes up the questions of gun control, immigration and the government’s budget for the upcoming […]

President Obama finds himself in an extraordinary situation. In the next few weeks, the president’s legacy will be formed and tested as Congress takes up the questions of gun control, immigration and the government’s budget for the upcoming year. The president faces a steep battle against a recalcitrant Republican Party, which promises Obama a

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