John Delaney Denies Staffers Asked Him To Drop Out Of 2020 Race

Former U.S. representative John Delaney (D-Md.) rejected claims Friday that campaign staffers asked him to drop out of the 2020 presidential race. “No one on my team asked me to drop out of the race and I have no plans to drop out of the race. In addition, anyone who spent any time actually reading the FEC reports would see

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THERE it is! Bernie Sanders says Trump is ‘threatening the lives of our children’ for not doing something about it being hot in the summer

We told you earlier about ThinkProgress dubbing this hot period in July, as well as other future scorchers, as “the Trump heatwave.” Bernie Sanders is also among those on the Left trying to get some mileage out of some hot summer days: ⚠️The past 5 years are the hottest on record⚠️This June is the hottest June recorded⚠️Thousands die in heatwaves

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Why ‘Adversity’ Shouldn’t Be a New Advantage in College Admissions

“It’s misleading. How do you measure an ‘adversity score’ anyway?” Martin Smith, a professor at Rowan University and an alumnus from the University of Pennsylvania, shared his thoughts over the College Board’s recent unveiling of an “overall disadvantage level”—in shorthand, an “adversity score”—to supplement students’ SAT scores. “You can’t manufacture equal outcomes when everyone isn’t given the same resources,” he

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Chelsea Peretti seems to think Trump-supporting nurses are racists who can’t do their jobs

Breaking news: Donald Trump has a lot of supporters. Including at least one retired nurse: A retired nurse from North Carolina said this to @PeterAtlantic, and I think it may be the perfect quote to understand Trump's base: “Everything he says is how I feel.” https://t.co/rkAZvrXTYL pic.twitter.com/TCXnEkFdUL — Adrienne LaFrance (@AdrienneLaF) July 18, 2019 Actress-comedian and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Chelsea

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Trump Keeps Getting Asked About the “Send Her Back” Chant

RUSH: Another press gaggle at the White House. What do you think the question was? “Mr. President, what’s your reaction to the people who attended your rally who were chanting ‘send her back,’ what’s your reaction?” At some point, do you not say, “Stop this. I’ve answered this question, and you’re just trying to set me up again and again.

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Totally sane blue-checked SJW says white people in America are literally trying to scare ‘Brown or Black’ people to death

Saira Rao’s claim to fame — other than her blue checkmark, of course — is being a failed Democratic congressional candidate who views everything through a lens of racism. And with takes like this, it’s a real shame she’s not serving in elected office somewhere: Being a Brown or Black person in this country is terrifying. So many friends don’t

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What I Saw of the Apollo Program as a Kid in the 1960s

As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic moon landing, I am not sure that today’s generation quite understands just how exciting this was in 1969. Apollo 11 came before “Star Wars” and a raft of science fiction movies that have since made space travel seem almost mundane. I was in elementary school when Neil Armstrong climbed out of

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As the left attempts to lecture about falling for Donald Trump’s bait they have a meltdown over his latest trolling fundraiser

  It has been a tough week for those on the left. Sure, they think they scored some points in the media, but the reality is there has been nothing but bad news. Just one example: After days of pounding the podiums about how racist the President is a Rasmussen poll conducted this week came out and showed that as

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Mort Kondracke’s Take on the State of the Democrat Party

RUSH: What is the Democrat Party today? I’ve got a piece here today from a guy, when I saw this name, I said, “Holy smokes, I have forgotten about this guy. Where has he been?” Many of you will recognize the name. Morton Kondracke. You go back to the 1980s, late eighties into the nineties, Morton Kondracke was a frequent

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REALLY? Bill de Blasio demands answers from those in charge of NYC infrastructure after major subway problems during heatwave

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio made it known this week that he would temporarily suspend presidential campaigning in order to stay in his own city and keep watch during the heatwave. Could New Yorkers rest easy? Well, not really: 1,2,3,4,5,6 trains not running because of a "network failure." Scene from 42nd Street. Moms unable to climb the stairs

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