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Political journalism is a broad branch of journalism that includes coverage of all aspects of politics and political science, although the term usually refers specifically to coverage of civil governments and political power.

Five things that just don’t add up about the Las Vegas mass shooting

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Our hearts and prayers go out to all those killed or injured in the Las Vegas shooting, and in a nation where so many anti-Americans are kneeling in pampered protest, this mass shooting saw veterans and police officers standing up, helping the victims and heading straight for the shooter to take him out. Real Americans don’t kneel,…

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San Juan Mayor Admits She Hasn’t Met With Federal Officials At Joint Field Office Over Hurricane Relief Efforts

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San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, a Democrat, went on a tirade on Saturday, accusing President Trump of allowing Puerto Ricans to die because he just doesn’t care. But now it turns out Cruz is not in the loop and hasn’t even bothered to participate in meetings with officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency…

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Texas high school football players thrown off team for kneeling during anthem

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Two Texas high school football players were thrown off their team literally moments after kneeling in protest during the national anthem before a game on Friday. The two teens from Victory & Praise Christian Academy in Crosby, Texas planned the protest in advance — and even told their coach — who immediately asked his players…

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Budweiser considers ending their NFL sponsorship over protests — and they want to hear from you

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Anheuser-Busch is rethinking their NFL sponsorship, and they want your input. What’s happening? In the wake of increased national anthem protests by NFL players, Anheuser-Busch is reconsidering their NFL sponsorship, likely because the protests are very unpopular among everyday Americans. Bud Light currently serves as the official beer of the NFL. So the company set up a…

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Stacy Washington: NFL players should hand a folded flag to a dead soldier’s family, then consider kneeling

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The NFL has a choice to make and it’s an easy one: political activism or sports.  The American people will only tolerate one of those so they had best choose wisely.  There are two prevailing perspectives here and both of them cannot coexist leaving the NFL unscathed.  On one side the NFL players enjoy a…

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NASCAR’s star breaks with NASCAR, calls for protests against flag

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As the battle heated up between President Trump and the NFL over the weekend, due to Trump’s condemnation of players who kneel in disrespect during the playing of the national anthem, several NASCAR team owners came out in support of the president. Richard Childress, team-owner of drivers Ryan Newman, Austin Dillon and Paul Menard, and…

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House committee seeks to let Veterans Affairs redirect funds

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A House committee has unveiled a disputed plan to allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to shift $2 billion from other programs to cover a sudden budget shortfall that could threaten medical care for thousands of patients in the coming weeks. Friday’s proposal by the House Veterans Affairs Committee would provide a six-month funding fix…

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Anthony Scaramucci deletes tweets that could be ‘distraction’ for White House

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Newly-tapped White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci acknowledged Saturday that he is deleting old tweets from his personal Twitter account that might cause a “distraction” for the White House. “Full transparency: I’m deleting old tweets,” Scaramucci tweeted. “Past views evolved & shouldn’t be a distraction. I serve @POTUS agenda & that’s all that matters.” Scaramucci…

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Trump blasts Clintons, NY Times, ‘fake news’ in lengthy Twitter rant

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President Trump went on a wide-ranging Twitter rant Saturday morning, bashing Hillary Clinton, “fake news,” The New York Times and other favorite targets. Trump tweeted at least eight times within an hour, focusing first on a Washington Post story, based on unnamed sources, that alleged Attorney General Jeff Sessions talked to a Russian ambassador during…

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