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Op-Ed: Trump's immigrant past is no obstacle to racist future

As Donald Trump extends a clear lead over his Republican rivals, his discriminatory and racist policy platform is causing many of his opponents growing concern. But is Trump's excessive nativism a cover for his own immigrant heritage?

Bill Clinton makes quiet trip to Colorado to help wife's campaign

Denver - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton made an under-the-radar trip to Denver last week to rally support for his wife's campaign before the Colorado caucuses on March 1.

Iowa kicks off U.S. election process with complex caucus

Washington - On February 1, residents of the US state of Iowa will cast the first votes in the months-long 2016 race for the White House.

Inside the caucus for wolf activists in Wisconsin Special

Madison - This weekend, activists hoping to protect Wisconsin’s wolves are gathering for a caucus to formulate a strategy to better defend the wolf population in the state.

GOP presidential race: Iowa tonight, New Hampshire next

No matter what happens in Iowa today, it looks like a Mitt Romney romp in New Hampshire. That would be the first primary of the election season.

Op-Ed: GOP Senators Form Border Security and Enforcement First Caucus

There is a new kid in town, or to phrase it more correctly, there is a new caucus in Washington, one that speaks for those of us that spoke out against any reform that offered amnesty to illegal aliens that crossed our border illegally.

Op-Ed: Minnesota Caucus Experience Exposes Major Flaws in the System

Minnesota experienced the heaviest turnout since the Vietnam era at Super Tuesday's caucus. Attending for the first time myself, I was shocked and dismayed at what I witnessed. The system is broken, in more ways than one.

Romney Wins Wyoming Caucus

On January 5, Wyoming’s residents held a caucus, just days after Iowa’s January 3 meetings. However, results haven’t been widely publicized. If you’re dying to know who won, it’s former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.

Op-Ed: Sleep Deprivation Really To Blame?

A lot of the presidential candidates are now blaming sleep deprivation for their mis-heard and mis-interpreted information. Is that really the case, or do they just know it's an easy way out?

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CAMPAIGN: Retired Johns-Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson  a candidate for the 2016 Republican Party p...
CAMPAIGN: Retired Johns-Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson, a candidate for the 2016 Republican Party presidential nomination, speaks at a campaign event in New Hampshire last summer.
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