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  • MUST SEE: Can you believe the difference between British and American media coverage of Ebola?
    British comedian points out the very real, and very frightening power of the media in this comparison between British and American news when it comes to the Ebola virus. What is going on here? Why are ..
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    According to former President Bill Clinton, he faced a tougher partisan climate than does President Barack Obama.

    “Nobody’s accused him of murder yet, as far as I know. I mean ..

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  • Do you agree with Fox’s Megyn Kelly that the most recent Ebola patient was “irresponsible?”

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    A day after a gunman killed an army reservist in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, many questions remain.

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    According to some poll results, Republicans are expected to turn out in larger numbers than Democrats for the Nov. 4 midterm elections.

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  • How much blame does Obama deserve for the spread of Ebola?

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    During State of the Union on Sunday, Candy Crowley asked GOP Senator Ted Cruz about his demands for a travel ban from West Africa. Crowley pointed out to Cruz that CDC and NIH experts, alo ..

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  • Does anybody care that Ben Carson would have refused Obama’s offer to serve as ‘Ebola czar?’

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    At a speech to workers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington on Friday, President Barack Obama recounted the story of when, last month, his credit card was declined at a fancy N ..

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  • Do you agree with CNN's Candy Crowley on why Hillary won't run in 2016?

    According to CNN anchor Candy Crowley, Hillary Clinton won’t run for president in 2016 because she wouldn’t risk losing.

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  • Shouldn't a doctor be the named the White House "Ebola czar?"

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    Cocaine was once an ingredient in Coca-Cola, and was widely touted by Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, who used the drug extensively and called it a “magical” substance. In South A ..

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  • Did Russell Brand deserve to get thrown out of the Fox News building?

    In addition to his particular ‘brand’ of political rabble-rousing, English comedian and YouTube gadfly Russell Brand showed up at Fox News Corps. New York headquarters for a little full ..

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  • How many lives will be claimed by one hospital's "mistake?"

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  • Fangate: Why is Florida so damn weird?

    What must be considered one of the weirdest moments in political debating history took place yesterday in the Sunshine State. A Gubernatorial debate between former Gov. Charlie Crist and current Go ..

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    Like many rich white dudes who were raised in a working class family, Bill O’Reilly believes that if you work hard and get an education the playing field will be leveled out and you can be just ..

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