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Florida’s Senators Want to Impose Sanctions on Daniel Ortega as Nicaraguan Regime Jails Opponents

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, D-NJ, the chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was joined by 14 of his Senate colleagues, including Florida’s two U.S. senators, to draw attention to the Ortega regime’s...

Barney Bishop: What Can We Discern from the 2020 Election?

Election Day has come and gone and now we can focus on the lessons and results other than the presidential race which is still too close to call.

Winners and Losers From the First Part of the Democratic Presidential Debate

Here’s a look at some of Tuesday night’s winners and losers. One major caveat. When the Democrats held their first round in Miami at the end of June, the first debate was almost totally eclipsed by the second one. With Biden and Harris back in the second debate, the same thing could happen once again.

Winners and Losers of the Second Round of the Democratic Presidential Debate

The stage was crowded on Thursday night in the second and final round of the Democratic debates in Miami. While it was tough for the candidates to get that coveted screen time, here is a look at some winners and losers from the second night for the 20 Democrats trying to take down President Donald Trump.

Joe Biden Starts the Democratic Primaries as the Odds On Favorite

“Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Beto O'Rourke have all taken turns as the odds favorite for the Democratic nominee, but the biggest mover on the board has been Mayor Pete Buttigieg". SportsBetting.ag noted on Thursday.

Harlan Hill: DNC Convention in Milwaukee Proves Democrats are Shifting Further to the Left

Milwaukee is famously the only American city to ever elect a socialist mayor three times — Frank Zeidler, a member of the Socialist Party of America, even served as the city’s mayor during the start of the Cold War before leaving office in 1960.
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Donald Trump’s Underwater in Florida Poll But Most of 2020 Democrats Not in Good...

Quinnipiac University released a poll on Thursday showing 51 percent of Florida voters say they will definitely not vote for Trump in 2020 while 31 percent definitely will voting for him and 14 percent will consider voting for the president.

Joe Biden Ahead of Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris in Florida

The rest of the field lags in low single digits.
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