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New Jersey middle school students on a field trip to Washington, D.C. created a stir Thursday when many of them refused to take photos with Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. The students, who were visiting from a progressive, upper/middle-class community, didn’t care what Ryan’s role in the government is. Reportedly, the students found out about…

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The popular Black cultural phenomenon known as dabbing has reached the highest parts of Washington, D.C. power. During a special Republican party swearing in of new congressmen by Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan, he came face to face with the dab. The move was performed by Cal Marshall, the son of newly elected Congressman Roger…

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The House Judiciary Committee debated legislation (H.R. 7) that could force survivors of sexual violence to recount their assaults to, not counselors or law enforcement, but to guess who? Internal Revenue Service agents. Representative Chris Smith, R-N.J., is sponsoring a bill that requires women who needed abortion care and are also survivors of sexual violence…

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President Obama’s re-election proved incontrovertibly that there are many whites who have always been, and continue to be, loyal and patriotic to Anglo-Saxons and not so much the United States of America. Or, put another way, they are fanatically loyal to the U.S. as long as there is a white person running the country. This…

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Former Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan played the race card to explain why he and Mitt Romney lost the election to incumbent President Obama. In his first interview since the massacre on Election Day, Ryan’s resentments and disgruntled disposition were evident as he stumbled over political incorrectness to rationalize why they got beat down…

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Actress Stacey Dash made it a point to share with the world, and anyone who would listen, that she was a Mitt Romney supporter. She even had the chutzpah to tweet about going to the polls during early voting and casting her ballot for the Republican nominee. Well, back at you. And, this writer places…

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When you get the extremely anti-Democrat, anti-Obama Donald Trump saying that the debates were even, then you can easily conclude that Joe Biden won the vice presidential debate hands down: Pretty even debate- no knockouts. However Ryan’s closing statement somewhat stronger. What do you think? #VPDebate — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 12, 2012 Many…

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A strange thing happened on the way to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. On the Sunday morning talk shows, Democratic operatives were repeatedly asked the question, if Americans are “better off” today than at the start of President Barack Obama’s term? At first, like a fish out of water, all they did was…

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A former college girlfriend of vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan is speaking out on the kind of person he is. Deneeta Pope, 40, met Ryan when they were students at Miami University in Ohio. She is now a Chicago realtor and specialist and workout queen. She described Ryan as a nice person who harbored no racial…

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Editor’s note: David Frum is a contributing editor at Newsweek and The Daily Beast and a CNN contributor. He is the author of seven books, including a new novel, “Patriots.” Washington (CNN) — In a classic “Saturday Night Live” sketch, Christopher Walken plays a music producer with just one message for his bands: “More cowbell! I gotta have more…

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Mitt Romney announced Representative Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin as his running mate on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, reported CNN. The news was shared  at around 7 a.m. Saturday morning via a smartphone app developed by the Romney campaign to announce the vice presidential candidate, the New York Times said. Romney made the official announcement…

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In Washington, both the Democrats and Republicans seem to have forgotten about the average American and have omitted the dire unemployment problem from their discussions except for sound bites used to attack each other. Whether it is President Obama, who looks to take care of Wall Street before the ubiquitous Main Street, or Speaker Boehner…

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