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    Re: Who is running for president in the U.S.A.?

    My personal wish list:

    The best public education system ~ get rid of common core, bring back cursive, stop changing history (not that true history was ever taught)

    Clean water ~ most Americans don't know what it's like to live in a country where tap water is unsafe, and we're traveling a path of no return, which leads to:

    No fracking, no dumping of industrial waste into rivers and streams (Isn't that already illegal?)

    Get rid of Monsanto
    In 2009, in a classic revolving-door move, President Barack Obama appointed former Monsanto VP and head lobbyist Michael Taylor as Deputy Commissioner for the FDA — the board tasked with regulating Taylor's own industry.
    Monsanto Exec Heads FDA, and the Obama ... - PetoVera
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    NO GMOs ~ The fact that they don't have to be labeled tells us they're trying to hide something.

    I'm sure there's more, but this is what immediately comes to mind. I've not forgotten world peace, but that one really seems hopeless.

    Can you add something? Anyone?

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    Re: Who is running for president in the U.S.A.?

    Super Tuesday 3: What to watch

    Columbus, Ohio (CNN)If Republicans are going to slow Donald Trump's march to the nomination, Tuesday's contests could be their last chance to do so at the ballot box, rather than in a contested convention.

    And if Bernie Sanders is going to catch Hillary Clinton's Democratic delegate lead, he'll need to pass a big test in Midwestern battleground states.

    RELATED: Your guide to Super Tuesday 3

    Voters go to the polls in Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio on Tuesday. Here's what to watch in those contests:

    Read more here: http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/15/politi...what-to-watch/

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    Super Tuesday 3: Big wins for Trump, Kasich, Clinton; Rubio drops out

    Washington (CNN)Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won pivotal primaries Tuesday, while Gov. John Kasich's long-awaited debut victory in his home state of Ohio raised the chances of a historic GOP convention fight.

    A humiliating loss on home ground in Florida, meanwhile, ended the White House dreams of Sen. Marco Rubio, who was once hailed as a Republican Party savior.

    Clinton took big strides toward the Democratic nomination by winning Florida and North Carolina. And in crucial victories, she stopped Bernie Sanders in his tracks in the industrial Midwest by taking Ohio and Illinois.

    The Republican Party, meanwhile, veered closer to a contested convention after Kasich held his own state and deprived Trump of its 66 delegates. That makes it more difficult for the billionaire to reach the 1,237 delegates he needs to capture the GOP prize.

    Trump did, however, prevail in the biggest contest of the night, taking all of Florida's 99 delegates. That resounding win helped force Rubio out of the race after failing to win his own state and unite the Republican establishment against Trump. The real estate tycoon also won primaries in Illinois and North Carolina.

    "This was a great evening," he said. "This was an amazing evening."

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    Re: Who is running for president in the U.S.A.?

    US election: Trump advances despite Ohio loss, Clinton extends lead

    The front-runner in the Republican presidential nomination race, Donald Trump, won a decisive victory in the key state of Florida but lost to John Kasich in Ohio.
    Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton extended her lead with wins in Florida, Ohio, Illinois and North Carolina.
    Meanwhile Marco Rubio dropped out of the Republican race after losing in his home state of Florida to Mr Trump.
    The billionaire has also won in Illinois and North Carolina.
    His victories cause a headache for the Republican party because many senior members are concerned by his policies and tone.
    Mr Trump will need just over half of the hundreds of delegates remaining to win a majority in the Republican race and assure him of the nomination.
    Five big states on Tuesday chose their preferred candidate for November's presidential election.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-35818487

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    Barack Obama in Cuba at start of historic visit

    He is the first sitting US president to visit since the 1959 revolution, which heralded decades of hostility between the two countries.

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    CBS NEWS March 22, 2016, 10:29 AM Presidential candidates respond to Brussels bombings

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    President Obama Explains Why He Attended MLB Exhibition Game in Cuba Despite Brussels Attacks

    President Obama explained his decision to attend a Major League Baseball exhibition game in Cuba today between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban National Team, following this morning's terrorist attacks in Belgium.

    "The whole premise of terrorism is to try to disrupt people's ordinary lives," President Obama said in an interview with ESPN during the game, noting that "it's always a challenge when you have a terrorist attack anywhere in the world."

    The president added that one of his "proudest moments as president" was when Boston united in the wake of the attack on the city's marathon, complimenting Red Sox David Ortiz's in particular for declaring that Boston would not be intimidated.

    "When Ortiz went out and said probably the only time that America didn't have a problem with somebody, a person on live TV, was when he talked about Boston, how strong it was and that it was not going to be intimidated," Obama said.

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    Re: Who is running for president in the U.S.A.?

    U.S. Politicians React to the Attacks in Brussels
    Donald Trump and Ted Cruz offered hard-line responses, while John Kasich and Hillary Clinton called for unity.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/...states/474825/

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    Arizona Primary Results (graph)

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    Re: Who is running for president in the U.S.A.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Susana View Post
    U.S. Politicians React to the Attacks in Brussels
    Donald Trump and Ted Cruz offered hard-line responses, while John Kasich and Hillary Clinton called for unity.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/...states/474825/
    Interesting to call a suicide bomber "coward"....You can call them many names but not coward.....

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