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Last week, we learned something new about Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. She doesn’t like Indiana Gov. Mike Pence. Like, really doesn’t like him.
This stands to reason. Warren is a liberal’s liberal, and Pence is a conservative’s conservative who has described himself as “a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order.” But what specifically upsets Warren about Pence? Going by her tweets in the wake of the Pence announcement, it’s his stance on social issues.… Read more »
The Zika virus has caused panic in Latin American countries. Widespread concerns are affecting an already troubled Summer Olympics before they’ve begun, and turned athletes, spectators, and media personalities away from the games in Rio.
However, that’s far from the real tragedy.
The scariest thing about Zika is what it can do to a woman and her pregnancy. The virus, which is spread by mosquitoes or through sexual transmission, can cause an unborn child to develop microcephaly… Read more »
This may be surprising to you, but only once in its entire history has the Libertarian candidate for President gotten over 1% of the Presidential vote – when Ed Clark and David Koch got 1.06% of the vote in 1980. Usually, in fact, the Libertarian Party candidate gets less than one half of one percent – only Clark in 1980 and Gary Johnson in 2012 have ever gotten more than .50% in a Presidential election.
The Libertarians showed this year at their nominating convention over Memorial Day weekend… Read more »