Monthly Archives: January 2017

Daily Show host Trevor Noah isn’t mincing words when it comes to his approach to President Donald Trump, and Monday night was no exception, as he took to his show to tear down the executive order limiting travel for immigrants … Continue reading

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Your browser does not support iframes. Political commentator Armstrong Williams very clearly demonstrated the current administration’s hypocrisy in its stance in terrorism. Click on the audio player to hear more on this on The Russ Parr Morning Show. Follow @RussParrShow … Continue reading

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The little girl is wearing a hijab and the little boy a kippah. Both are sitting on their father’s shoulders, smiling to each other and holding signs in protest of President Donald Trump‘s immigration order. The photo, shot by Nuccio … Continue reading

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It’s been five years since neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman fatally shot teenager Trayvon Martin in an incident that sparked a national conversation and the phrase of the the Black Lives Matter movement, but for Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and … Continue reading

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The U.S. Senate voted 93 to 6 on Tuesday to confirm Elaine Chao as head of the U.S. Transportation Department, which overseas aviation, vehicle, train and pipeline safety. Chao, a former U.S. labor secretary and deputy transportation secretary, will face … Continue reading

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The U.S. Senate voted 93 to 6 on Tuesday to confirm Elaine Chao as head of the U.S. Transportation Department, which overseas aviation, vehicle, train and pipeline safety. Chao, a former U.S. labor secretary and deputy transportation secretary, will face … Continue reading

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President Donald Trump sat down with a host of major pharma company CEOs Tuesday morning to address pressing issues like high drug prices, the future of the FDA, and where treatments are produced. But a number of his demands will … Continue reading

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