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Hillary Clinton And Obama Both Think Jobs Come From Gov

A speech by Hillary Clinton shows she’s got the same anti-business feelings that Barack Obama is infamous for.

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We Are Not An Island

It is not just pure altruism that should lead us to help these countries.

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Cleveland Hero Saves Lives

One person changed many lives. He took action. He grew up in a family and city that supported him and his quest to “do good.”

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Follow The ISIS Money

The lack of information about the economics of ISIS’ funding is puzzling.

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School Boards Join Lunchroom Struggle

​Students across America have been protesting that the cafeteria food is lousy even if it is nutritious under new federal guidelines. Now school boards are joining the revolt.

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Incomplete Stories And Media Bias

The press did a lousy job during some moments in our past and sometimes continues to do a lousy job now.

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They’re back!

Be careful what you post to social media and never, ever tell a fish story again.

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Clout Of Northeast USA Shrinks Due To High Taxes

If living someplace else was more affordable, plus you could cut your taxes in half, would you move?

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We Can Fight ISIS With Science

What is needed is to understand is what leads someone to commit violent acts.

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Blind Students Reach For The Stars

The challenges that even sighted people experience have not stopped the people at Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students.

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Are You Eligible To Vote? Facing Pitfalls?

TRNS Interviews Marcia Johnson-Blanco of the Voting Rights Project.

Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘I’m Proud To Be Gay’

Photo/ Lemagit via Flickr Creative Commons

“I don’t consider myself an activist, but I realize how much I’ve benefited from the sacrifice of others,” Cook said.

Longtime Boston Mayor Tom Menino Dies At 71

Photo/ Llouj via Wikipedia

Menino was forced to step aside from the prospect of a potential sixth term earlier this year due to looming health problems which eventually took his life.

Poll: Udall Trails 7 Points In Colorado

Udall has 39 percent while Gardner holds 46 percent.

TRNS News Notes 10/30

Ebola: Nurse vs Maine?
Can Maine prove Hickox is a threat?
Hickox slams Christie
Hagel approves strict monitoring for Christie
The great Obama/Bibi “chicken$hit” flap

Nat Turner Is Captured, Eisenhower OK’s U.S. Nuclear Stockpile, And A Monsoon Nearly Ends The Vietnam War

Here’s what happened today in American political history.