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TEXAS: Houston Chronicle Endorses Amy Klobuchar

From the editorial board of the Houston Chronicle: It’s time for Democrats to look beyond fiery speeches, beyond big ticket promises devoid of price tags, and if possible, beyond the cinematic beckoning of that billionaire button-down Messiah stalking your smartphone, and ask: Who can really get things done? Who can get proposals past the gauntlets of the federal judiciary and …

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Conway: Trump Is “Toying With Everybody” With His Hypocritical Attacks On Bloomberg’s Stop-And-Frisk

The Daily Beast reports: White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said on Sunday that President Donald Trump was “toying with everybody” when he attacked Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg as “racist” over his previous support of stop and frisk, a policy Trump himself has long endorsed. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace asked Conway about Trump’s since-deleted tweet calling the former …

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Klobuchar: I’ve Raised $12M Since Last Debate [VIDEO]

Axios reports: Sen. Amy Klobuchar announced on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday that her campaign has raised $12 million online in the nine days since the New Hampshire debate. Why it matters: That’s more than the Minnesota senator raised in the fourth quarter of 2019, which had been her strongest quarter yet. It follows a surprise third-place finish in the New …

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Trump Boasts Trillion-Dollar Companies Spell “MAGA”

MarketWatch reports: Amazon last week officially became only the fourth U.S. company in history to close the trading session with a market capitalization of at least $1 trillion, joining tech behemoths Microsoft, Apple and Google parent Alphabet. Well, that sounds like the kind of stock-market stat President Donald Trump loves to take credit for — and, once again, he didn’t …

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Biden: Sanders Should “Disown” Abusive Supporters

The Nevada Independent reports: Culinary Union officials have faced threatening phone calls, emails and tweets and say their personal information was shared online after the release of a union scorecard that took particular aim at Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Secretary-Treasurer Geoconda Arguello-Kline, for instance, has come under attack for her Nicaraguan heritage, and union spokeswoman Bethany Khan was accused of …

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Alabama Ad Mocks Sessions: “Hillary Still Ain’t In Jail”

The Hill reports: Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.), who is running to unseat Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) in November, released a new attack ad against fellow GOP primary contender and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. In the new 30-second ad, Bryne criticizes Sessions for being forced by President Trump to resign as attorney general. The ad also states “Hillary [Clinton] still …

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Prophetess: Pray In Tongues So Jesus Can Hear You

Kathy DeGraw writes for Charisma News: How can we pray differently—not better—to increase our prayer time and communication with the Lord? Praying in the Spirit should be a daily practice for us as Christians. Praying in the Spirit is the Holy Spirit releasing the perfect prayer that He knows needs to be prayed and released on your behalf. Praying in …

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Bloomberg Hasn’t Yet Qualified For Next Dem Debate

Politico reports: The DNC on Saturday rolled out the qualification rules for its presidential debate later this month in South Carolina — criteria that leave the door open for two billionaires, Mike Bloomberg and Tom Steyer, to join the top five candidates who emerged from Iowa and New Hampshire. To qualify for the Feb. 25 debate in Charleston, S.C., candidates …

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Former DOJ Officials Issue Statement Blasting Trump And Barr Over “Autocratic” Actions In Criminal Cases

Posted last night on Medium: We, the undersigned, are alumni of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) who have collectively served both Republican and Democratic administrations. Each of us strongly condemns President Trump’s and Attorney General Barr’s interference in the fair administration of justice. As former DOJ officials, we each proudly took an oath to support and defend our …

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