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On Hillary Clinton’s Rough Day, Republicans Rue Missed Chance

Jonathan Martin | The New York Times
July 6, 2016
As the Republican strategist Brian Walsh watched the nonstop cable news coverage Tuesday from his K Street office, he thought he was seeing the stuff of his party’s dreams. A week after former President Bill Clinton lit a political firestorm by strolling onto Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch’s plane...

Mr. Vaughan Pritchett, Esq.

June 10, 2016
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I think of myself as a 21st Century Patriot. I am opposed to constant gridlock in Washington. Plus, it seems we have large Cadres of career politicians whodo what pleases their handlers, i.e. Big Lobbies or Big Money. My . . Twitter: . . #TnMan012
Vaughan Pritchett, Tennessee

Libertarian Candidates

April 27, 2016
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Www.lp.org https://garyjohnson2016.com http://austinpetersen2016.com
David, Texas

America's power grid

October 30, 2015
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The U.S. has had NO discussion on the vulnerability of our power grid. Other than Ted Koeppel & Richard Clarke, this issue needs to be at the FOREFRONT by the media, candidates and the American public. Potential electricity loss would be DEVASTATING!
Robert Rifkin , Florida