epa02087886 US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (C) and members of the House Democratic Caucus march from the Cannon House Office Building to the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, USA, 21 March 2010.  Speaker Pelosi carried a gavel used to pass Medicare legislation in 1965, provided by Democratic Representative John Dingell of Michigan, as the House Democratic Caucus members marched to the House Chamber for the start of a session where they will make a historic vote on on health care legislation, estimated at 940 billion USD over 10 years.  EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

STOP SAYING DEMOCRATS WANT TO GIVE PEOPLE FREE STUFF

  As Hillary Clinton, continues the book tour for her latest memoir, “What Happened”, Democrats are on a manic and self indulgent quest to explain their recent losses but all of their explanations are centered on the personal failings of Hillary Clinton. While Clinton, may have made errors, I believe that the party should look …

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KASICH’S WORST ANSWER

During last night’s MSNBC Townhall, Presidential “struggle” candidate, John Kasich was asked by an African American republican:¬†“what would you do to build trust and reform social and economic injustice in the African American community”.¬†Kasich’s reply was noteworthy as it hearkened back to the GOP posture of yester-year. Instead of offering strategies for attracting businesses and …

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MICHIGAN MUSLIMS SUPPORT SANDERS IN MICHIGAN VICTORY

Bernie Sanders was expected to lose the state of Michigan and get trounced in the state of Mississippi. While Sanders was demolished in Mississippi as expected, he was miraculously lifted to victory in Michigan 50% to 48%. The thin margin of victory compels an analysis of what communities drove the razor thin win. The United …

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at the Massachusetts Conference for Women in Boston, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

CLINTON INTRODUCES THE NEW COLLEGE COMPACT

In an early Town-hall hosted by Fox News in Detroit Michigan, Hillary Clinton unveiled a new policy that bares a striking resemblance to the most celebrated policy of her primary opponent. Secretary Clinton’s New College Compact or Debt Free Tuition Policy will undoubtedly be seen as a mimic of Bernie Sanders’ Free Tuition proposal. Both …