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Maine wants a fair trial in Senate – Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

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Sen. Margret Chase Smith’s response to Joe McCarthy: “The right thing is not always the popular and easy way. Standing up for what is right when it is unpopular is a true test of character.”

Senator Mitch McConnell’s response to impeachment: No questions asked, no witnesses/documents called, and President Trump will not be removed from office.

McConnell has broken his oath for “impartial justice and uphold the constitution.” I ask Sen. Susan Collins, shouldn’t he be recused?

In August 2016, Sen. Collins stated: “It is impossible to support Mr. Trump due to his lack of…

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Collins, Hassan bill would help rural students – WCAX

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) Maine Sen. Susan Collins and New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan have introduced a bill that would help rural students reach their higher education goals and connect with employment in their hometowns.

The bill is called The Success for Rural Students and Communities Act.

The bill would create a demonstration program to encourage rural community stakeholders to partner together to help their students matriculate, graduate, and enter the workforce.

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The 5 most vulnerable senators in 2020 | TheHill – The Hill

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Republicans are playing defense in this year’s race for the Senate, but Democrats likely have a tough fight ahead in their bid to take control of the chamber.

Two dozen GOP-held seats are up for a vote this year, including in a handful of states where President TrumpDonald John TrumpPence: Intelligence shows Iran directing militias not to attack U.S. targets Mnuchin aims to wait until end of 2020 to disclose Secret Service costs for Trump’s travel: report Pressure building on Pelosi over articles of impeachment MORE’s approval rating is underwater.

Democrats need to pick up four seats in…

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Hearing set to determine who is the real Alabama Democratic Party Chair – alreporter.com

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Tuesday, Montgomery Circuit Judge Greg Griffin scheduled a hearing for January 30 in the lawsuit over just who is the real chair of the Alabama Democratic Party.

In 2018 Nancy Worley was re-elected as Chair of the Alabama Democratic Party.

That election was invalidated by the Democratic National Committee.

In November a faction of the State Democratic Executive Committee, supported by the DNC, met in Montgomery and elected State Representative Christopher John England (D-Tuscaloosa) as the new Chair,

Worley and her faction boycotted that meeting and maintain that that meeting of the…

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NH Primary Source: Presidential forum on ‘Our Rights, Our Courts’ planned for Feb. 8 – WMUR Manchester

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New Hampshire Primary Source gives you breaking and behind-the-scenes news and analysis on all things political in the Granite State. John DiStaso is the most experienced political writer in the state and has been writing a weekly column since 1982. He is a recipient of a 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the New Hampshire Press Association. To sign up for WMUR’s weekly New Hampshire Primary Source and political email newsletter, click here.>> Download the FREE WMUR app‘OUR RIGHTS, OUR COURTS.’ The first presidential forum exclusively focused on the federal judiciary…

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Collins, Hassan bill would help rural students – Houston Chronicle

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Maine Sen. Susan Collins and New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan introduced a bill that would help rural students reach their higher education goals and connect with employment in their hometowns.

“Our bipartisan bill encourages schools and employers to forge partnerships that will put students on pathways to the high-need jobs available where they live,” Collins, a Republican, said in a statement Wednesday. “I encourage our colleagues…

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Sen. Collins, Hassan bill aims to help rural students – NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZ

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WASHINGTON, D.C., USA — Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH) have introduced a bill that aims to help rural students reach their higher education goals and connect with employment in their hometowns. 

The bill is called The Success for Rural Students and Communities Act, and the two senators said it would create a demonstration program to encourage rural community stakeholders to partner together to help their students matriculate, graduate, and enter the workforce. 

These partnerships would draw on the talents of…

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Wing upgrades for Korea-based Warthogs near completion, extending service into next decade – Stars and Stripes

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Wing upgrades for Korea-based Warthogs near completion, extending service into next decade


OSAN AIR BASE, South Korea — All but one of nearly two dozen Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt IIs in South Korea have completed wing upgrades that should extend the service life of the close combat support jet well into the 2030s.


The new wings are designed to last up to 10,000 flight hours without a major inspection. The upgrade includes a new wiring harness created for easier wing removal and to reduce the chance of damaging the wing…

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Exclusive – NH Don Bolduc Senate Candidate: Politicizing Iran Is “False” – Daily Gaming Worlld

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Retired Green Beret General and New Hampshire Senate candidate Don Bolduc told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview that the Americans should unite against Iran and that politicians should stop politicizing the issue.

“This is the time when we come to the table and function as Americans,” said Bolduc, a retired brigade general from the United States military. He continued:

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NH Primary Source: Who’ll get the endorsement? ‘Lewandowski US Senate primary’ has begun – WMUR Manchester

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WHO WILL COREY ENDORSE? When Corey Lewandowski announced on Dec. 31 that he won’t run for the U.S. Senate, he also prompted a bit of a guessing game by making it known that, “I will be making an endorsement for the U.S. Senate in the near future to ensure we defeat Jeanne Shaheen in 2020.”>> Download the FREE WMUR appAn endorsement by the former Donald Trump campaign manager means something in terms of resources. It means a lot, in fact.There’s no question that donors had been holding off on giving to the three announced GOP candidates for the seat pending Lewandowski’s…

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Hassan endorses trade deal on eve of hearing – The Union Leader

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WASHINGTON — On the eve of a key hearing, U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, has endorsed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

The Senate Finance Committee on which Hassan serves will discuss and make a recommendation on the trade deal, Senate officials said.

Hassan spelled out the criteria she applies to all these proposals.

“International trade — when done right — helps business and consumers alike by expanding opportunity, reducing costs, and boosting economic growth,” Hassan said.

“In evaluating any trade deal, including the USMCA, I use two…

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The Looming Battle For Michigan’s Senate Seat – WKAR

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Another version of this story previously aired on Weekend Edition Saturday.

When Donald Trump won the state of Michigan in 2016, he did it by a narrow margin of just over 11,000 votes. The President’s victory in 2020 depends on voters in a coalition of battleground states, like Michigan, voting for him again.

While the top of the ticket race may be the marquee for politicos, it’s not the only one. The reelection effort for Michigan’s junior Democratic Senator, Gary Peters, will be hard fought between Democrats, who need the seat to maintain their foothold in the Senate, and…

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With Bennet And Gardner Back To Work, What’s Next For Impeachment In The Senate? – Colorado Public Radio

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As senators return to Washington, D.C. after two weeks away, it’s still unclear on when an impeachment trial for President Donald Trump would begin.

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer continue to spar over whether witnesses should be called in any Senate trial. McConnell argues that should be decided after opening arguments, senator questions and other motions, as happened during the Clinton impeachment trial.

But Schumer counters, if anything, during the two-week break more questions have been raised about the hold up of military aid Ukraine.

He also…

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Editorial: Trump’s behavior reflect his abuse of high office – WRAL.com

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CBC Editorial: Monday, Jan. 6, 2020; Editorial #8496
The following is the opinion of Capitol Broadcasting Company.


The day after Christmas the president of the United States sent a tweet to his 68 million followers. It included a name that many, largely among fringe Alt-Right ideologues, have sought to link to a whistleblower. This whistleblower’s complaint about President Donald Trump’s conduct during a July 25 phone call with the Ukrainian president revealed inappropriate behavior and sparked the presidential impeachment…

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This week: House to vote on resolution limiting Trump on Iran after strike | TheHill – The Hill

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Lawmakers are returning to Washington this week as an in-limbo impeachment trial and the fallout from an airstrike that killed a top Iranian general have scrambled Congress’s schedule only days into 2020. 

Most senators are coming back to town on Monday, after the chamber held a brief hour-and-a-half session on Friday; the House will return for votes on Tuesday night. 

 

Kaine introduced a war powers resolution on Friday that will force a vote as soon as this month on Trump’s authorities. The resolution would require Trump to remove U.S. forces from hostilities against Iran, “or any…

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Arizona’s GOP Sen. Martha McSally target of new super PAC ad – Roll Call

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A new super PAC is targeting GOP Sen. Martha McSally in an early sign that the competitive Arizona Senate race could attract plenty of outside spending.

The group, named “Middle Class Fighting to Restore Arizona’s Unity and Decency,” or “McFraud,” is launching a five-figure TV and digital ad buy with a 30-second spot accusing McSally of changing her positions on immigration issues and highlighting an Arizona Republic editorial that labeled her as “disingenuous.”

The ad will air in the Phoenix media market on CNN and Fox News, according to information shared first with CQ…

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Letter to the editor: Senators should support carbon dividend bill – Press Herald

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Global warming is now a crisis, but there is a way you can help both the planet and your budget. HR 763 would place a fee on carbon based fuel ( gas, oil and coal) and return that money directly and equally to every American. A family of four would get about $288 monthly starting a month before the fees start. This would allow people to afford the estimated 15 cent increase per gallon on gas and oil in the first year . The fee on fossil fuels and the dividend would increase yearly until the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is reduced adequately to stop global warming.

A recent Citizens…

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Former professor says 2020 will be most intense presidential campaign Michigan has seen in 50 years – ABC 12 News

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MICHIGAN (WJRT) (1/1/20) – Michigan voters, get ready for a big year!

Since the 2016 election, we’ve become a swing state, which puts us right at the center of it all.

Between presidential primaries, hosting a presidential debate, and a general election, there’s plenty to look forward to in politics this year.

“This is going to be the most intense and really the most exciting campaign we’ve seen in Michigan probably in fifty…

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Looking for an edge, Klobuchar chases Trump voters – POLITICO

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Klobuchar’s most recent debate performance has made a difference — particularly the ensuing spike in fundraising. The campaign said they are diverting resources to New Hampshire out of the $1 million Klobuchar raised following her well-received debate performance in December though they declined to disclose how much.

Some of the money is being used to double their field staff, from 10 to 20 organizers, and up their advertising budget for January. The campaign’s advertising spending in the Boston media market dropped significantly from more than $500,000 in October to just…

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How impeachment trials have put the spotlight on North Carolina senators – Asheville Citizen-Times

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Republican U.S. Sens. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis are about to join a small but elite group: North Carolina senators who have voted in a presidential impeachment trial.

A Senate trial could take place as early as January after the House voted late last month to impeach President Donald Trump, though House Speaker Nancy Pelosi…

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My 2020 vision for the coming year – Richmond County Daily Journal

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Barring some unforeseen economic happening or weather-related event, politics will be North Carolina’s number one story in 2020.

It starts early, as lawmakers return to Raleigh January 14th in hopes of finally resolving the months-long budget standoff. North Carolinians are weary from the partisan political wrangling between the governor and legislature, understanding it has held up pay raises, Medicaid reforms and all manner of other appropriations.

Let’s hope it is resolved before the March 3rd primary elections. Candidate filing deadlines expired just before Christmas, so get…

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US senator calls for offshore jobs deal – reNEWS

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US senator Edward Markey has written to several offshore wind developers calling for them to enter into project labour agreements (PLA) for all planned developments off Massachusetts and the larger east coast of the country.

The Democrat senator for Massachusetts wrote to Vineyard Wind, Orsted, Mayflower Wind and Equinor saying that a PLA would ensure that newly created jobs in the offshore wind industry are good-paying, safe and filled with a highly skilled local union workforce.

He said: “The introduction of offshore wind facilities off the coast of Massachusetts…

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Biden would NOT run for reelection-putting future of Democratic Party in the hands of running mate – Daily Mail
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Biden would NOT run for reelection-putting future of Democratic Party in the hands of running mate – Daily Mail

Joe Biden, 77, would not seek reelection should be win the White House in 2020 'If Biden is elected, he's going to be 82 years old in four years and he won't be running for reelection,' a prominent campaign adviser said The adviser said making the information public could help his chances with younger voters If he didn't run for reelection, Biden's vice president and Cabinet would set the stage for 2024, ushering in the next generation of Democratic leaders Biden has floated at least six names – all female – he would considering running with if he won the Democratic nomination
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Federal Judge Blocks Diversion Of Military Construction Money For Border Wall – WBHM

A federal judge in Texas on Tuesday blocked the Trump administration from using $3.6 billion in funds allocated by Congress for military construction projects to help pay for a wall on the southern border. U.S. District Judge David Briones of El Paso ruled the administration’s use of an emergency proclamation last February to divert those funds to the border wall is unlawful. The ruling found the administration was within the law in using an additional $2.5 billion intended for drug interdiction efforts for border wall construction.
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Tillis, McCrory lead GOP primary poll – Laurinburg Exchange

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RALEIGH — U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., and former N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory lead the pack in the latest Civitas Institute poll focusing on the Republican primary.

Interestingly, McCrory has yet to file for the governor’s seat, though he hasn’t ruled out running.

Harper Polling, on behalf of the conservative Civitas Institute, surveyed 500 likely Republican primary voters from Dec. 2-4. Respondents were reached via phone. The margin of error is plus or minus 4.38%.

Tillis is miles ahead of his primary challenger, Sandy Smith. Eleven percent of respondents said…

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GOP-Led Panel Eyes Russia, Turkey Sanctions, Countering Trump – Financial Post

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(Bloomberg) — A key Senate committee is pushing ahead with bills to sanction Turkey and Russia, along with a slew of other measures that could tie President Donald Trump’s hands when it comes to diplomacy and cultivating personal relationships with global leaders.

The hearing Wednesday by the Republican-led Senate Foreign Relations Committee comes the day after Trump met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at the White House and the month after he hosted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Washington.

Trump has consistently spoken favorably of Russia and Turkey, even as…

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NC Republicans hold Hall of Fame awards – North State Journal

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RALEIGH — The North Carolina Republican Party Hall of Fame banquet was held Saturday, Dec. 7 at the North Raleigh Hilton.

The NC GOP’s Hall of Fame started in 1982 and became a biennial event beginning in 1985.

U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis, Congressman Ted Budd (NC-13) and Congressman Mark Walker (NC-6), were in attendance as special guests, along with Tommy Hicks, co-chairman of the RNC, and Dr. Ralph Reed, the founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition.

Awards given out at the event included the Charles R. Jonas Award, which honors commitment to the party through an elected position, and…

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Opinion: Republicans can’t avoid backing Trump in impeachment – Los Angeles Times

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Democrats seem bewildered by Republicans’ inability to see President Trump as deserving impeachment. But it’s not all that mysterious.

Republicans understandably don’t want to commit political suicide, either for themselves or for their party. Nearly all political observers acknowledge that a Republican who votes for impeachment would be inviting a primary challenge from a candidate who will defend Trump 100%. The latest polls show 94% of Republicans support the president and are against impeachment. It is also likely that Trump would campaign for any challenger who takes on a…

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Sessions’ campaign release new poll – alreporter.com

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A new poll commissioned by Jeff Sessions’ campaign shows the former U.S. Senator with a commanding lead over his Republican rivals heading into the March 3, 2020 primary.

However sunny the survey looks for Sessions, it may be more window dressings designed to woo donors and discourage his competitors’ supporters than an accurate picture of the political landscape according to campaign strategists and outside polling data.

“In a December 3-5 survey of 700 likely Republican voters, 44 percent of the voters said that they planned to vote for Sessions, with his closest rival coming in…

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Jones’ military widows’ tax repeal included in final defense bill – alreporter.com

U.S. Senator Doug Jones (D-Ala.) and U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) today announced the inclusion of their bipartisan Military Widow’s Tax Elimination Act in the final annual defense bill, known as the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). This marks a significant step in the 18-year effort to pass legislation to repeal the law that penalizes our nation’s Gold Star families by preventing them from receiving the full survivor benefits for which they have earned and paid for.
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Sessions leads GOP Senate primary field in Alabama, internal poll shows – The Hill

Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions holds a wide lead in the race for the Republican Senate nomination in Alabama, according to an internal poll commissioned by Sessions’ campaign. The survey, conducted from Dec. 3-5 by the Republican firm On Message Inc., shows Sessions notching 44 percent support among likely Republican primary voters in Alabama.
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Denver professor joins Democrats vying for Cory Gardner’s Senate seat – The Denver Post

A University of Denver professor with a background in international relations and homeland security has joined the crowd of Colorado Democrats trying to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner. David Goldfischer of Denver filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for the seat Monday. He teaches at the university’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies and was the founding director of the programs in International and Homeland Security.
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Scarborough: Swing State Republicans Won’t Get Re-Elected If They Ignore Trump’s Abuses – HillReporter.com

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A number of GOP lawmakers can support Donald Trump throughout the impeachment inquiry and feel no blow-back from their voters. In fact, for a number of Republicans, there is no choice but to remain in lockstep with the President throughout the process.

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Some Republicans, though, were elected in swing states and will face tough reelection bids in 2020. These lawmakers need to walk a tightrope of appealing to independent voters who may not be happy with Trump. On Tuesday, Joe Scarborough delivered a warning to these contenders, saying that if they…

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Hawaii’s Gabbard Has ‘Moved’ to NH. Now Dems Want Her to Be Able to Vote There – InsideSources

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Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is so committed to winning the New Hampshire primary that she’s moved to the Granite State, renting a house in Goffstown, N.H.  Now that she’s moved in, the question has arisen: Should she be able to vote for herself here, too?

According to the New Hampshire ACLU, the state Democratic Party, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and — oddly enough — Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the answer appears to be yes.  Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii should be able to cast a vote in the New Hampshire presidential primary.

Gabbard’s decision has re-opened the…

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Top Raleigh news: University police investigate sex assault claim; abandoned cars a danger; more – Hoodline

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Here’s what you need to know about what’s happening in Raleigh.

Sen. Tillis: ‘I’m a definite no’ on removing President Trump from office

U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina) filed to run for re-election Monday, saying he’ll vote against removing President Trump from office if the House impeaches him. 

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Raleigh sees 29th homicide of 2019; most since 2008

A weekend of deadly shootings in Raleigh marked the 29th homicide in the Capital City this year. The only year where there were more homicides was when 35 people were killed in 2008.

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Opinion | Unchallenged awfulness has ruled Alabama politics for too long – alreporter.com

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Maybe, just maybe, Tommy Tuberville is our fault. 

The fault of the sane people. The fault of the non-crazies.  

Because we’re not harsh people. We don’t like to try and force our beliefs and thoughts on others. We prefer rational conversations and honest debate. And God bless us, we still, after all this time and Donald Trump, expect the best of people. 

And so, when a former mediocre college football coach who just last year was telling ESPN how much he loved living in Florida showed up and announced that he was running for U.S. Senate in Alabama, we all dismissed it as a…

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Jones applauds Senate passage of HBCU funding – alreporter.com

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The U.S. House is set to take up a bipartisan bill approved by the Senate last week that would permanently restore funding for historically black colleges and universities and minority serving schools, but it’s less certain if the House will approve the bill in current form. 

Sen. Doug Jones, D-Alabama, spent months urging his colleagues to pass the bill, and led the push to solve the annual funding crisis for Historically black colleges and universities (HBCU’s). 

“This is wonderful news for students and faculty at minority-serving institutions across the country, including the…

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What you need to know about the effort to bring wolves back to Colorado – The Colorado Independent

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The last time Colorado was home to gray wolves was in the 1940s. Supporters of reintroducing the endangered species to Colorado are busy gathering signatures to put a measure on next November's ballot. (Public domain photo from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service via Flickr: Creative Commons)
The last time Colorado was home to gray wolves was in the 1940s. Supporters of reintroducing the endangered species to Colorado are busy gathering signatures to put a measure on next November’s ballot. (Public domain photo from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service via Flickr: Creative Commons)

Editor’s note: This story originally was published on Nov. 17, 2019. On Tuesday, Dec. 10, the Rocky Mountain Wolf Action Fund submitted to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office what it said are more than 200,000 signatures to the to place restoration of wolves on Colorado’s…

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Byrne: IG report makes it clear Comey’s FBI abused FISA powers – alreporter.com

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Monday, Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-Montrose) said that the “IG report makes it clear that the FBI, under James Comey’s leadership seriously abused the federal government’s FISA powers.” Byrne’s statement was issued after the Department of Justice (DOJ) Investigator General Michael E. Horowitz’s (IG) 434 page report was released.

The IG was tasked with reviewing the 2015 investigation into possible collusion between President Donald J. Trump’s (R) 2016 campaign and the Russian government. The investigation was called Crossfire Hurricane.

“Today’s IG report makes it…

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