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DOJ Advances Trump’s War on ObamaCare – Urges Court to Strike Down Entire Law

Millions of Americans Would Be Harmed The Trump administration is moving forward with its plan to completely invalidate and eliminate the Affordable Care Act, including the ObamaCare health insurance exchanges, Medicaid expansion, and protections for people with pre-existing conditions. The Dept. of Justice is not only refusing to defend the Affordable Care Act in court in a lawsuit brought by the attorneys general of Texas and about a dozen red states, but it has taken that lawsuit and is now using it as a tool to get rid of ObamaCare. The...
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Rod Rosenstein Slams Barack Obama Over Russia’s Attack on the US Election

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein attacked former President Barack Obama Thursday night, claiming he did not do enough to stop Russia’s attack on the U.S. election. “Some critical decisions about the Russia investigation were made before I got there,” Rosenstein said, referring to when he was appointed to oversee the Mueller investigation. “The previous Administration chose not to publicize the full story about Russian computer hackers and social media trolls, and how they relate to a broader strategy to undermine America,” Rosenstein said of President Barack Obama and his administration....
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Joe Biden is running for president, but is he the best choice for LGBTQ Democrats?

The former vice president embodies all of the Democratic party's evolution since the 1970s - including on LGBTQ rights.
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Trump’s Been Running for Re-Election Since Day One. Raising $30 Million Is a Really Bad Sign for Him – Here’s Why

President Donald Trump is the first president in history to file papers to run for re-election on the day he was sworn in to office. That allowed him to set up a re-election campaign right away, and to use the Office of the President as a fundraising prop, something he loves to do. For example, on Wednesday the President traveled to Texas, where he held not one, not two, but three campaign events – including a fundraising dinner. But tucked in between all those campaign events, was this entry on his...
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