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Posted by Dominic Carter on September 11, 2016

There will be major repercussions in the Presidential Race, as Hillary Clinton, ON VIDEO, appears to faint, and her knees buckle. Warm, warm day at the 9/11 Memorial.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump being cozy with Russian President Vladimir Putin should be a deal-breaker in the presidential campaign. But it won’t.

It’s just another illustration of the double standard of what Trump gets away with, and Hillary Clinton cannot.

Posted by Dominic Carter on September 8, 2016

Ok. Let’s have a candid moment.

Of course, during this presidential contest where Hillary Clinton is in the fight of her political life against Donald Trump, (and he may very well, win the election) Hillary Clinton is judged with a double standard. Let’s stop the non-sense, and this charade that they are covered the same way.

Posted by Dominic Carter on August 29, 2016

I, Dominic Carter, wouldn’t have handled the situation that way.

However I respect his right to do what he did, and I can understand why some find the actions of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick commendable.

How many of us would put millions on the line to take a stand?

Posted by Dominic Carter on August 29, 2016

I, Dominic Carter, wouldn’t have handled the situation that way.

However I respect his right to do what he did, and I can understand why some find the actions of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick commendable.

How many of us would putmillions on the line to take a stand?

Posted by Dominic Carter on August 26, 2016

As I predicted months ago, Sheldon Silver may walk.

No jail for at least the next year. Wall Street Journal is reporting that “under federal law, a judge should allow a defendant to remain free on bail during an appeal only if there is a substantial likelihood of a reversed verdict or a new trial.”

Posted by Dominic Carter on August 25, 2016

Donald Trump has supposed to be different and refreshing, but now he will be seen through the prism of any other politician that will say anything for votes.

Dare, I say it! Trump is hurting his brand.

This was supposed to be his signature issue, tough talking on immigration (absent of political correctness)

Like him or hate him, Trump was supposed to be the guy that tells you like it is.

Posted by Dominic Carter on August 22, 2016

Perhaps the best response I have received to Republican Nominee Donald Trump declaring the other day that he actually “regrets” some of the comments he has made on the campaign trail, came from Ronald T. Johnson via Linkedin.

Referring to Trump, Mr. Johnson said:

“He regrets, like a bank robber regrets he got caught.”

This rest of this post is here.

Posted by Dominic Carter on August 19, 2016

Millions more of Americans have Health insurance, a sizable amount that would never have qualified previously, and that is a commendable thing, (based on a U.S Department of Health and Human Service, they estimate 20 million people gained health insurance coverage between the passage of the law in 2010 and early 2016—an historic reduction in the uninsured)

Posted by Dominic Carter on July 26, 2016

The first lady illustrated during the opening session of the DNC, what she did for her husband on the stump in 2008, but this was even more speculator.

Despite numerous reports throughout the years that the First Lady may not be a fan of Hillary Clinton's, Michelle Obama will prove to be a major asset for Clinton going forward. Here is the First Lady's full speech.

Posted by Dominic Carter on July 10, 2016

This is how we discussed this situation on FiOS/RNN-TV Friday night.

Of course we greatly sympathize with the Dallas community at such a hard-breaking time. We need our Police.

This is also a very complicated issue.

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