Tom Fitton

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Hillary Clinton has joked about it, called it partisan and blamed it on turf wars between federal agencies, but questions about her use of private email as Secretary of State are not…

E-Mail Gate: Is it Real or Politics as Usual?

Hillary Clinton has joked about it, called it partisan and blamed it on turf wars between federal agencies, but questions about her use of private email as Secretary of State are not…

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Twelve years after  Bush versus Gore , there's still dispute about the US Supreme Court's split decision giving George W. Bush the presidency of the United States.

Will the Courts Decide Another Presidential Election?

Twelve years after Bush versus Gore , there's still dispute about the US Supreme Court's split decision giving George W. Bush the presidency of the United States.

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Remember  Bush versus Gore ?  That was the Florida case that gave George W. Bush the presidency — on a split decision by the US Supreme Court.

Will the Courts Decide Another Presidential Election?

Remember Bush versus Gore ?  That was the Florida case that gave George W. Bush the presidency — on a split decision by the US Supreme Court.

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