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Saturday, January 28, 2023

Hillary is not shooting herself in the foot

Last night’s primary results in North Carolina and Indiana make a comeback by Hillary very unlikely. It will take a lot of underhanded maneuvering in the back rooms of the Democratic Party to bring her the nomination. The Democratic Party will do severe damage to itself if Hillary is awarded the nomination. Americans are fed up with elections being awarded and not won in a democratic manner.

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Clinton hurls sink, Obama catches and makes basket

By Maggie Van Ostrand

Seldom has the word “thrilled” passed these jaded lips, but from another mad-as-hell-and-I’m-not-gonna-take-it-anymore citizen, I’m thrilled that Barack Obama has withstood the Clintons’ kitchen-sink strategy. Hillary threw at Obama everything she and her henchmen could dig up, make up, and throw up. He withstood all of it.

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House set to pass sweeping housing rescue bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The House of Representatives is due on Wednesday to begin debating a housing rescue package that could see the government buy up $15 billion of abandoned homes and help an estimated half million homeowners facing foreclosure.

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Bush says would veto housing bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President George W. Bush warned that he would veto legislation aimed at shoring up the housing market which is slated for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday.

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Clinton loaned her campaign $6.4 mln

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton loaned her campaign $6.4 million (3.27 million pounds) from her own pocket in the past month, a campaign source said on Wednesday.

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How Obama got his groove back

RALEIGH, North Carolina (Reuters) – Down on his luck two weeks ago, an annoyed Barack Obama complained, “Why can’t I eat my waffle?” when a reporter tossed him a question over breakfast at a Pennsylvania diner on the eve of the state’s primary.

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