Bernie Sanders rightly claims that Clinton’s proposal to allow gun makers and sellers to be sued whenever one of their firearms is used to harm someone is an attempt to end all gun manufacturing and gun sales in the United States.

Some critics say that vote fraud has resulted in stolen elections, while others shrug the problem off as negligible at worst. But a new analysis of 2016 primary voting trends indicates, many analysts insist, that ballot fraud’s magnitude may be quite staggering. 

Close just may be close enough for Trump to win the GOP presidential nomination in Cleveland in July on the first ballot.

Trump reestablished himself as the clear Republican front-runner by winning three of four states, but can he overcome lingering resistance within the GOP? And can Clinton overcome doubts about her character to put away a pesky 74-year-old open socialist?

Spanish company Cintra, building a portion of the Trans-Texas Corridor, filed for bankruptcy last week due to cash shortages.

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