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Conservative Political Action Conference

The annual vote traditionally serves as a barometer for the feelings of the conservative movement. During the conference, attendees are encouraged to fill out a survey that asks questions on a variety of issues. (5 days ago)

Betsy Woodruff

March 19 2015 4:55 PM Obama Floats the Idea of Mandatory Voting. The Right Pushes Back. Betsy Woodruff (3 days ago)

CNN's Brian Stelter Blasts Pirro-President Chat As

CNN?s Brian Stelter Blasts Pirro-President Chat As ?Fantasyland?, Glenn Beck Calls Tapper?s Town Hall ?Grotesque? (3 months ago)

Hillary Clinton Ordered Diplomats To Censor 'Novichok

Wikileaks emails show that Hillary Clinton directed diplomats to suppress international discussions about nerve agent 'Novichok'. (2 days ago)

Rand Paul ? Wikipdia

Sur les autres projets Wikimedia: (4 days ago)

Ron Paul

Ron Paul served in the House of Representatives in from 1976 to 1977, from 1979 to 1985 and from 1997 until 2013. He ran for President in 1988, 2008 and 2012. His outspoken position against any legislation that would violate the Constitution earned him the nickname "Dr. No." (5 days ago)

Bildungblog

Governor Perry's Big Hair Gets Less . Than 1% in . Posted by Fearguth at 6:33 PM (3 days ago)

Tom Tancredo

Tom Tancredo; Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Colorado's 6th district; In office January 3, 1999 ? January 3, 2009: Preceded by: Daniel Schaefer: Succeeded by: Mike Coffman (4 days ago)

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This is like a digital like ? you know those picture frames those digital ones, like if you have a memory card you just plug it in there and it will show all your pictures. (3 days ago)

Definition of Poll

an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people; the top of the head; the part of the head between the ears; a tame parrot; the counting of votes as in an election get the opinions of people by asking specific questions; vote in an election at a polling station; get the votes of; convert into a pollard