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Donald Trump Wants Other Candidates to Drop Out So He Has ‘More Time’ To Talk About the Issues

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said Tuesday at a press conference for his new book “Crippled America” that “there are too many people” in the GOP presidential field and that want “more time to talk about the problems of the United States.” “If a person’s been campaigning for four or five months and their at zero, or one, or two percent, they should get out,” Trump said at the New York presser. Trump said candidates staying in the race with low polling numbers is “bad for their brand” and praised Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for leaving the race “quickly.” — Follow Tré Goins-Phillips (@tregp) on Twitter Read more stories from TheBlaze Guest Asks Bill Maher if Muslim ‘Ideas Are Bad.’ He Delivers Comeback That Draws Loud Applause When Trump Protester Starts Shouting ‘Black Lives Matter!’ at Alabama … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2nd Amendment Rights, Government Corruption, Government Waste, Gun Laws, Obamacare, Overstepping Legislation, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government, Where is the Main Stream Media?

Introducing PolitiFact California

PolitiFact California launches today with fact-checks about climate change, smog, and clean energy targets. The project is powered by Capital Public Radio as part of a first-of-its kind partnership between a public radio station and PolitiFact. Capital Public Radio journalists will be fact-checking statements from the governor, the Legislature, candidates, advocacy groups and more, rating claims for accuracy on the Truth-O-Meter. Today, PolitiFact California examined statements from Gov. Jerry Brown and Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León, both Democrats. Speaking of recent state legislation on clean energy, De León said, "No city in the state, no state in this … >>More … Read entire article »

Filed under: Government Corruption, Politics

What happens when parents tell their kids they ate all their Halloween candy? See for yourself

It’s become an annual tradition. On Monday, late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel published the fifth annual “I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy” compilation video. Each year, Kimmel asks parents to pull a prank on their kids and tell them they ate all the trick-or-treat candy they collected. Participants then submit their videos and the best are selected to air on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” — Follow the author of this story on Twitter and Facebook: Follow @oliverdarcy Read more stories from TheBlaze Guest Asks Bill Maher if Muslim ‘Ideas Are Bad.’ He Delivers Comeback That Draws Loud Applause When Trump Protester Starts Shouting ‘Black Lives Matter!’ at Alabama Rally, the GOP Candidate Issues a Blunt Command for Security Bill Maher Mercilessly Mocks Ben Carson’s Faith Ted Cruz Is Asked to Name ‘Last Time’ He ‘Asked God for … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2nd Amendment Rights, Government Corruption, Government Waste, Gun Laws, Obamacare, Overstepping Legislation, Political Campaigning, Politics, Problems of Big Government, Where is the Main Stream Media?