I voted my conscience today

Work ran late today, but I still got off in plenty of time to get to the polls and vote. There was a bit of a line, but not much, and they all looked like working people, who were casting their ballots after doing their jobs all day. I voted as I said I would, …

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It doesn’t matter who wins: I’m staying! I'm an American, and I'll always be an American

From Breitbart: George Stephanopoulos’s Wife: We’re Leaving America if Trump Wins By Ben Kew | November 6, 2016 The wife of prominent ABC news anchor George Stephanopoulos, Ali Wentworth, has claimed the couple will leave the country should Donald Trump become president of the United States. Talking to The Hollywood Reporter, Wentworth said that “If …

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Hillary Clinton: the rules just don’t apply to her!

From the New York Post: Clinton directed her maid to print out classified materials By Paul Sperry | November 6, 2016 | 4:53am As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton routinely asked her maid to print out sensitive government e-mails and documents — including ones containing classified information — from her house in Washington, DC, e-mails …

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The best Election Day coverage

I can’t wait for Wednesday! Escape the Election with The Weather Channel Network Announces it will have Absolutely Zero Election Coverage on Election Day ATLANTA (Nov. 1, 2016) — This election year, American citizens have endured wall to wall breathless tension from our colleagues in the news media, and our forecast calls for a 100% …

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Gail Collins of The New York Times doesn’t like third party voting

Gail Collins, an OpEd columnist for The New York Times, wants to be sure to tie Donald Trump to other Republican candidates: Republican Candidates, Admit It’s Hillary You’re Voting For by Gail Collins | November 3, 2016 Look, you need a rest. Let’s talk about the Senate races. If Hillary Clinton wins — and if …

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The Accomplishments of Hillary Clinton She hasn't done much, and much of what she has done is bad

In the last few days, Hillary Clinton’s traded places with Trump as the high-risk candidate, writes @HolmanJenkins: https://t.co/zHEZkvCIvX — WSJ Editorial Page (@WSJopinion) November 2, 2016 From The Wall Street Journal: Hillary Clinton Becomes the Unsafe Hand In the last few days, she’s traded places with Donald Trump as the high-risk candidate. By Holman W …

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There are times it doesn’t seem as though the Obama Administration is trying to help Hillary Clinton very much It's not like there's any love lost between them

From The Wall Street Journal: Obama Makes a Long-Shot Bid for TPP Trade Deal Administration hopes for a vote in Congress on the Pacific agreement during the lame-duck session By William Mauldin | Updated November 1, 2016 3:00 p.m. ET President Barack Obama is forging ahead on a long-shot bid to bring a 12-nation Pacific …

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CNN ‘parts ways’ with Donna Brazile, but there’s an obvious, unanswered question

Hacked emails show that Donna Brazile shared questions for candidate events with Hillary Clinton’s campaign https://t.co/1IzKaTn8co — The New York Times (@nytimes) November 1, 2016 From The New York Times: CNN Parts Ways With Donna Brazile, a Hillary Clinton Supporter By Michael > Grynbaum | October 31, 2016 CNN has severed ties with the Democratic …

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Gary Johnson is falling in the polls, and most of his support seems to be going to Donald Trump

From FiveThirtyEight: What Went Wrong For Gary Johnson By Harry Enten | October 24, 2016 | 10:44 AM This was supposed to be the year the Libertarian Party went mainstream. Given the two historically unpopular major party candidates and with a former governor, Gary Johnson, as their nominee, things were looking good for the Libertarians. …

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