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Posted in: Obama: Americans will reject Trump's 'wacky' ideas See in context

Yes, because there's nothing more "wacky" than expecting our immigration laws to be followed and enforced, to let businesses thrive without being hit by crippling taxes, by acknowledging the fact (yes, fact) that unborn babies are human beings, and so on.

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Posted in: Actress Takahata apologizes over son’s arrest on rape charge See in context

Shouldn't we hear the son's version of events before rushing to judgment?

We already have. He's already admitted to it.

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Posted in: Clinton, Trump clash over who is best for U.S. minorities See in context

“When Democratic policies fail, they are left with only this one tired argument: You’re racist, you’re racist, you’re racist,” Trump told a crowd in Manchester, New Hampshire. “It’s a tired, disgusted argument and is so totally predictable.”

There are quite a few things I don't like about Trump -- but on this, at least, he's spot on.

African Americans have been predominantly voting Democrat for the past 50 years or so -- and what has it gotten them? More poverty, more unemployment, more government dependency -- and worst of all, a condescending attitude that they just can't achieve or compete equally and that they need Big Nanny Government to help them.

They say insanity is defined as trying the same thing again and again and expecting a different result. Well, black Americans have been underserved, let down, and condescended to by liberal Democrats for decades.

Liberals want to keep black Americans in a mentality of victimhood and dependency. But it's only conservative principles that empower and inspire ALL people, including black people, to be the best they can be.

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