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Republican Senator Lindsay Graham branded Donald Trump "a race baiting, xenophobic religious bigot," but that was before Trump nailed down his party's nomination.

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Republican Senator Lindsay Graham branded Donald Trump "a race baiting, xenophobic religious bigot," but that was before Trump nailed down his party's nomination.

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This presidential election, spectators of all political persuasions are complaining about the nominating process.

Are the Presidential Primaries Rigged?

This presidential election, spectators of all political persuasions are complaining about the nominating process.

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It's been two years since Occupy Wall Street dramatized the increasing concentration of wealth in America's upper social stratosphere.

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It's been two years since Occupy Wall Street dramatized the increasing concentration of wealth in America's upper social stratosphere.

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