|Duncan Hunter’s campaign ramps up attacks that falsely claim opponent is a ‘national security risk’|
Added: 18.10.2018 20:18 | 3 views | 0 comments
Hunter, who was indicted in August on charges of misusing campaign funds, is facing 29-year-old Democrat Ammar Campa-Najjar in November.
|Florida Dem candidate under fire for event inviting rep who praised Castro|
Added: 18.10.2018 19:28 | 7 views | 0 comments
Florida Democratic House candidate Donna Shalala is taking heat after a congresswoman who praised the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro was seemingly invited to campaign with her.
|Mainstream media largely ignore Clinton crony David Brock’s link to Democratic operative’s arrest|
Added: 18.10.2018 19:14 | 7 views | 0 comments
The David Brock-founded, far-left opposition group American Bridge 21st Century fired a key operative after he was arrested and accused of battery – but the mainstream media largely ignored the story and Brock's connection.
|Democrats question plan for new FBI HQ near Trump's DC hotel|
Added: 18.10.2018 18:42 | 10 views | 0 comments
Five senior Democratic members of Congress have questioned what they say is a Trump administration plan to build a new headquarters for the Federal Bureau of Investigation across the street from Donald Trump's downtown Washington hotel.
|Betomania: Why Democrats are crazy for their 'authentically cool' Senate candidate|
Added: 18.10.2018 18:18 | 9 views | 0 comments
The Texas Senate hopeful's campaign has transcended politics to become something of a political-cultural phenomenon.
|Democratic victory in November would put Trump under microscope|
Added: 18.10.2018 18:16 | 1 views | 0 comments
If Democrats win control of the U.S. House of Representatives or Senate next month, nearly every aspect of Donald Trump's presidency could face swift examination – from his long-elusive tax returns to possible business ties with Russia and conflicts of interest, congressional sources say.
|Neo-colonial attitudes to security in war-torn nations out-of-date and unhelpful|
Added: 18.10.2018 17:51 | 7 views | 0 comments
Developed countries imposing their own Security Sector Reform (SSR) processes onto nations recovering from war often rely on entrenched colonial attitudes with no guarantee of success. Researchers looked at the Democratic Republic Congo and Nepal contrasting their outcomes and examining the reasons for success or failure of SSR policies based on Europe. They question whether the systems work in their countries of origin where statistics show ongoing institutional racism.
|Texas poised to elect its first two Latina congresswomen|
Added: 18.10.2018 15:18 | 11 views | 0 comments
Sylvia Garcia and Veronica Escobar are Democrats running in deep-blue seats this November
|Arrested Dem operative stayed employed despite notoriously ‘hostile’ tactics|
Added: 18.10.2018 14:53 | 11 views | 0 comments
The Democratic operative arrested and charged with battery against the female campaign manager for Nevada gubernatorial nominee Adam Laxalt was employed at the George Soros-funded American Bridge for months, despite a reputation on Capitol Hill for what sources described as “hostile” tactics.