More than Half of Arrested Anti-Trump Protesters Didn’t Vote in Oregon 

At least sixty-nine demonstrators either didn’t turn in a ballot or weren’t registered to vote in the state.

More than half of the anti-Trump protesters arrested in Portland didn’t vote, according to state election records.liberal-huh

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At least sixty-nine demonstrators either didn’t turn in a ballot or weren’t registered to vote in the state.

KGW compiled a list of the 112 people arrested by the Portland Police Bureau during recent protests. Those names and ages, provided by police, were then compared to state voter logs by Multnomah County Elections officials.

[Read the full story here, at KGW.com]

Records show 34 of the protesters arrested didn’t return a ballot for the November 8 election. Thirty-five of the demonstrators taken into custody weren’t registered to vote in Oregon. Read the rest of this entry »


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[VIDEO] Krauthammer: Ted Cruz’s Endorsement of Trump Is ‘Business as Usual’ 

Affirming that Ted Cruz’s endorsement of Donald Trump helps the Republican candidate, Charles Krauthammer added that it is another example of normal politics.

“It does help but I think David is right; this is about Cruz much more than it is about Trump. And when he says it makes him a little cynical, I would have to say that that’s an understatement. It should make you very cynical.”

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“I love the way Ted Cruz said ‘after searching his conscience.’ Whenever a politician says he is “searching his conscience,” you can assume it was a quick search of a very small space. I’m not saying anything personal about Cruz, but remember — he and Trump were the outsiders. And what was their calling card from the very beginning? “We don’t act like the Washington insiders. We don’t scratch each other’s back. We speak our conscience.” 

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“Well, it turns out in the end that they do what you’d expect of any other candidates, which is why — I mean, I don’t denounce them or deplore what they are doing here. This is business as usual. But weren’t they the candidates who were against the business as usual? Read the rest of this entry »