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    Today, 11:39 AM
    I guess Trump will appreciate him taking votes from Hillary and ex Bernie people
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    05-27-2016, 04:44 PM
    why did Trump's numbers go back down?
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    05-25-2016, 01:21 AM
    It's very watchable actually, Thiel is a boss and Bill doesn't talk much
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    05-25-2016, 01:02 AM
    Hulk Hogan had a secret financial backer in his legal fight against Gawker Media for invasion of privacy. Peter Thiel, a billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist, helped fund the case brought by the wrestler, Terry Gene Bollea, better known as Hulk Hogan, against Gawker, said a person briefed on the arrangement who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Mr. Thiel, a co-founder of PayPal and one of the earliest investors in Facebook, privately agreed to help pay the expenses of Mr. Bollea’s legal team, this person said. A self-described libertarian, Mr. Thiel has a long history with Gawker, which published an article in 2007 outing him as gay. Mr. Thiel, who is now open about his sexual orientation, once described the Gawker-owned site Valleywag as “the Silicon Valley equivalent of Al Qaeda.” The details of Mr. Thiel’s arrangement to support Mr. Bollea’s case are protected by a confidentiality agreement and could not be learned.
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    05-23-2016, 02:54 PM
    woah the CNN anchor got owned there
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    05-23-2016, 02:38 PM
    Bill O’Reilly’s legal battle against his ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy appeared to be over earlier this year when a panel of three appellate justices unanimously granted McPhilmy residential custody of the ex-couple’s two children. According to court documents filed late last month, however, O’Reilly intends to sue McPhilmy for $10 million on charges of misleading him about the terms of their separation agreement. In the same papers, the Fox News host accuses McPhilmy of using the proceeds of their separation to underwrite an affair with another man. And he wants the entire lawsuit to proceed in secret. O’Reilly has built a formidable media empire around his unique brand of moral authoritarianism, with which he has indulged his audience’s obsession with the moral failings of black families. When it comes to the perceived sins of his own family, O’Reilly is only slightly more circumspect. The Fox host’s lawyers have filed a series of documents alleging that McPhilmy “knowingly made false misrepresentations and material omissions of existing fact to ... for the sole purpose of inducing to agree to a consensual divorce and to obtain money and real property to finance an existing extra-marital relationship.” O’Reilly has not yet served McPhilmy, or provided the Nassau County justice assigned to his lawsuit, with an actual complaint detailing his case against his former spouse. But the “extra-marital relationship” to which O’Reilly refers in the above “notice” is almost certainly the one between McPhilmy and Jeffrey Gross, a detective in the Nassau County Police Department. They began dating after McPhilmy and O’Reilly separated in 2010, but before the couple formally divorced the next year. As Gawker reported in 2011, O’Reilly retaliated by leveraging his connections within Long Island’s law enforcement community to launch a nuisance internal affairs investigation against Gross—not for any actual misconduct related to his duties as a detective, but for the act of dating O’Reilly’s wife. O’Reilly continued to meddle with McPhilmy and her new family as their divorce made its way through the court system. A court-appointed therapist testified last year that, when O’Reilly was alone with his and McPhilmy’s teenage daughter, O’Reilly would call his ex-wife an “adulterer,” said his daughter’s step-father was “not a good person,” and claimed that spending any time with McPhilmy and her new husband would “ruin her life.” The same therapist told the justice overseeing the ex-couple’s custody battle that O’Reilly and McPhilmy’s daughter witnessed her father drag her mother down a staircase by the neck. Though the documents filed thus far are open to the public, O’Reilly is apparently hoping to convince the court to seal the remainder of his case against McPhilmy. In early April, O’Reilly applied for an “anonymous caption order and sealing of file,” but was denied on the same day. O’Reilly later submitted a copy of his and McPhilmy’s separation agreement, dated November 2009, in which both parties agreed to conduct future legal disputes anonymously. In a separate filing, his lawyers argued that he and McPhilmy “are contractually obligated not to disclose information related to this dispute as they agreed it is in the best interests of their children, which overcomes the right of public access to records.”
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    05-23-2016, 09:29 AM
    In the end he narrowly lost, by 1000 votes
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    05-22-2016, 05:18 PM
    Michelle Fields, the conservative reporter who had Donald Trump's campaign manager charged with battery, has a new job. Fields is heading to the Huffington Post, where she will cover the 2016 campaign with a specific focus on Trump and the Republican Party. "After the tumultuous events of the last few months, I am ready to get back to writing and reporting on what is without question the most bizarrely fascinating presidential race of my lifetime (and, perhaps, any lifetime)," Fields said in a statement on Sunday night. Fields, who will start at HuffPost on Monday, said she is "beyond excited to join one of the biggest names in political journalism." HuffPost Washington bureau chief Ryan Grim called Fields "one of the most widely read chroniclers of the conservative movement."
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    05-22-2016, 05:15 PM
    In 1992, businessman Ross Perot spent a whopping $64 million (about $107 million in 2015 dollars) of his own money running as an Independent. The following election, Perot again campaigned for the White House; that cycle, however, he only chipped in $8.2 million (about $12.4 million in 2015 dollars). Mitt Romney spent $44.7 million on his failed primary run in the 2008. Seemingly learning from that lesson, he only gave around $52,000 to his campaign in 2012. Steve Forbes spent $37.4 million (about $56 million in 2015 dollars) on his failed 1996 presidential bid. The very next election, he personally poured in $38.7 million (about $53 million in 2015 dollars) — with the same result. In 2008, Hillary Clinton gave her campaign $13.2 million of her own money before losing to Barack Obama. One of Romney's opponents in the 2012 GOP primary, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, notably proclaimed that he would not self-fund his bid for the presidency. But he quickly changed his tune, pouring in $5.4 million of his own money into the ultimately unsuccessful attempt.
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    05-22-2016, 02:14 PM
    Why should his baggage matter? People who care about McAfee's baggage wouldn't vote for any of the LP candidates anyway, and none of them have a chance of winning, so they'd be a protest vote in any case... arguably the more baggage, the more protest voters he'd attract
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    05-22-2016, 02:01 PM
    https://twitter.com/RenegadeParty
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    05-22-2016, 10:26 AM
    he's killing it with the videos!
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    05-22-2016, 10:22 AM
    Nate Silver chimes in on Trump leading in polls: 734411802491146240 734414407388778497 734414944075124736
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    05-22-2016, 10:13 AM
    About the predictive value of polls: (now 169 days until election day) http://themonkeycage.org/2011/05/do-early-polls-predict-anything/
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    05-22-2016, 09:23 AM
    Trump now ahead of Clinton in RCP average for the first time ever
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    05-22-2016, 09:03 AM
    Far-right on edge of power as Austria votes for president Vienna (AFP) - Austrians voted Sunday in a presidential runoff which could usher in the European Union's first far-right leader, fueled by anti-immigrant anger over Europe's worst post-war refugee crisis. A huge influx of asylum-seekers, growing unemployment and frozen reforms have left Austria deeply polarised and driven angry voters away from the centrist ruling coalition toward fringe groups. But Norbert Hofer of the anti-immigration Freedom Party (FPOe) denied that he posed a risk as president. - 'Not a dangerous person' -
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    05-19-2016, 09:25 AM
    Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has chosen former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld as his running mate, The Associated Press reported Wednesday. Johnson, former governor or New Mexico, told the AP that Weld would make the announcement of his vice presidential candidacy Thursday. ADVERTISEMENT "We got together and shook hands on it," Johnson told the AP in an interview in Salt Lake City. The two met in Las Vegas over the weekend. "It brings an enormous amount of credibility to what it is I'm doing. I'm unbelievably flattered by this and humbled."
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    05-19-2016, 07:34 AM
    Thursday, May 19, 2016 Donald Trump has now grown his lead over Hillary Clinton in Rasmussen Reports’ first weekly White House Watch survey. Trump earns 42% support to Clinton’s 37% when Likely U.S. Voters are asked whom they would vote for if the presidential election were held today. But Rasmussen Reports’ latest national telephone survey finds that 13% prefer some other candidate, while seven percent (7%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.) At the beginning of this month, Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, posted a statistically insignificant 41% to 39% lead over Clinton who is still expected to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Fifteen percent (15%) favored someone else, and five percent (5%) were undecided. Rasmussen Reports will update the Clinton-Trump White House Watch matchup numbers every Thursday morning from now until Election Day in November.
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    05-14-2016, 11:39 AM
    A band of exasperated Republicans — including 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a handful of veteran consultants and members of the conservative intelligentsia — is actively plotting to draft an independent presidential candidate who could keep Donald Trump from the White House. These GOP figures are commissioning private polling, lining up major funding sources and courting potential contenders, according to interviews with more than a dozen Republicans involved in the discussions. The effort has been sporadic all spring but has intensified significantly in the 10 days since Trump effectively locked up the Republican nomination. Those involved concede that an independent campaign at this late stage is probably futile, and they think they have only a couple of weeks to launch a credible bid. But these Republicans — including commentators William Kristol and Erick Erickson and strategists Mike Murphy, Stuart Stevens and Rick Wilson — are so repulsed by the prospect of Trump as commander in chief that they are desperate to take action. Their top recruiting prospects are freshman Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), a conservative who has become one of Trump’s sharpest critics, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), who withdrew from the 2016 race May 4. Romney is among those who have made personal overtures to both men in recent days, according to several people with knowledge of the former Massachusetts governor’s activities. Earlier prospects included former senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) and retired Marine Corps Gen. James N. Mattis. Former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice and retired Army Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal have been bandied about as potentially potent political outsiders.
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    05-14-2016, 01:37 AM
    Well he's been complimentary towards Rand and Ron
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    05-14-2016, 01:15 AM
    odds for Gingrich VP just went up
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