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PPP: Scott Walker Dominates in Iowa

Scott Walker leads Jeb by 11, Rubio by 10 in Iowa

Walker 23, Rubio 13, Bush 12, Huckabee 10, Paul 10

PPP's newest Iowa poll finds Scott Walker well ahead of the rest of the Republican field in Iowa, getting 23% to 13% for Marco Rubio, 12% for Jeb Bush, 10% each for Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul, 8% for Ted Cruz, 7% for Ben Carson, 5% for Chris Christie, and 4% for Rick Perry.

Walker has the highest favorability out of anyone in the field, with 59% of voters viewing him favorably to 13% who have an unfavorable view. The key to Walker's success is that he's winning both among voters who are most concerned about electability in the general election and among voters who are most concerned with having the most conservative candidate. Among voters who say being able to win in the general is their top priority. 
Rubio's second place standing reflects his recent rise nationally. Boding well for him is that beyond being in second place overall, he is also tied with Walker for being the most frequent second choice of voters at 13%.


 

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao Tickets as High As $350K on StubHub



StubHub has tickets....


Tickets--- Price High to Low





 

Balitmore Rioters Caught on Video Throwing Rocks at Passing Police Cars

This was yesterday-
Thugs pick up anything they can find and smash passing cruisers




 

Obama: "That is Not a Protest…They Need To Be Treated as Criminals”

Obama remarks on violent unrest n Baltimore: "When individuals use crowbars to loot, they're not protesting, they're stealing. When they burn down a building, they're committing arson"





 

Scarborough Goes Off: What Bob McDonnell, Bob Menendez Did Pales in Comparison to 'Clinton Cash'

Scarborough says he worked with guys in Congress who went to jail for a lot less


JOE: “I worked with guys in Congress that went golfing, like, one or two times in Ireland, and then six months later, put a bill on the floor of the House and they went to jail—and we’re sitting here going, wait a second, maybe he just got paid three times the amount,” Scarborough said.

“Maybe Belarus or telecom companies or maybe this, come on. We’re not naive babes in the woods. I know you’re playing this game of tough journalism, and that’s awesome.

But Mika, Bob McDonnell—what Bob McDonnell did pales in comparison to what’s in this book. What Bob Menendez did pales in comparison to what’s in this book. The Clintons have made $150 million over the past decade because of contacts during public service. I will now sit back and let you ask the tough questions. I’m just curious, though, why are the Clintons held to a standard that Bob McDonnell’s not held to, that Bob Menendez is not held to, that all of these congressmen that get thrown into jail for going on a—going to a Redskins game or going on a golf trip, compare to $150 million?”



 

Trump Hammers Obama on Baltimore Riots



As Baltimore erupted in riots, Donald Trump took to Twitter to sound off on how the situation was being handled.

He slammed President Obama, tweeting, "Our great African American President hasn't exactly had a positive impact on the thugs who are... destroying Baltimore."



Trump blasts the Baltimore Mayor


This is exactly what the president should do but sadly, this will NEVER happen....



 

Brit Hume: Clintons Are Like Unsupervised Children Who Invariably Make A Mess (VIDEO)




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Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume reacted on "Special Report" to the latest in the "Clinton Cash" scandal, saying that Bill and Hillary Clinton are like children without supervision who will invariably make a mess.

"Now they've made another one," Hume said. "With Bill out of office and Hillary in - first as senator then as Secretary of State - the Clintons have managed to go from deep in debt to fabulously rich, to the tune of about $140 million."

Hume said that most of that money comes from speeches Bill gave, which became "breathtakingly lucrative" once Hillary became Secretary of State.



 

Caught on Video: Baltimore Protester Drives Stolen Car Through Street Fire



Fox News reporter tries to take cover while this erratic driver goes on a rampage with a stolen car.

After the driver finishes, he gets out, abandons the vehicle and the thugs celebrates with a hug and high-5.

Chaos during a live shot.
Listen to the reporter here-- (Fox News Leland Vittert)



 

Video: Looters Empy Out Liquor In Baltimore, Police Arrive And Are Hit With Rocks

Criminals ransack a liquor store in West Baltimore, police arrive at the very end of the video.

Watch as these thugs exit the store holding up the liquor bottles that were just stolen. This was just after 6:00 p.m. Eastern according to the timestamp




 

Video: Protesters in Baltimore Swarm Police Car, Smash Windows With Sticks

The Baltimore Mayor talked about giving protesters space to 'destroy.'
That is exactly what these thugs did.



They then moved to another police car, setting it on fire




 

WH Press Secretary Earnest Asked About George W. Bush Remarks At Closed Door Meeting (VIDEO)

Former President Bush slammed Obama foreign policy at a closed-door meeting with Jewish donors on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Fox News' James Rosen asks WH Press Sec. Josh Earnest about the remarks.

Rosen follows up by pointing out that Al Qaeda in Iraq was effectively vanquished when the Bush/Cheney Adm. left office. He asks Earnest to respond.




 

Baltimore Mayor Says 'Protesters' Can Have Space to 'Destroy'

And that is exactly what the protesters are doing.
Uunbelievable. This is the Mayor of Baltimore (listen to the :28 mark)


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At a Sunday press conference, Baltimore's Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake told reporters that she and the law enforcement in the city she runs have a de facto responsibility, in the name of "balance," to give "space" to "destroy" to "protesters" who have such a desire.

This obviously newsworthy pull quote condoning property destruction is not present in coverage at the Associated Press's main national site, in several stories where her comment could have been mentioned at the wire service's "Big Story" site, or in two additional stories at the New York Times containing Sheryl Gay Stolberg's byline. Video above



 

Newt on 'Clinton Cash': If This Was Anybody Else, They'd Be Under Indictment Right Now (VIDEO)

Watch--




If Hillary Clinton were any other public figure, she'd face indictment for her role in a foundation that was accepting multimillion dollar contributions from foreign governments, a fired-up former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Sunday.

"If this was any person but Hillary Clinton they'd be under indictment right now for a clearly straightforward problem." Gingrich said during a panel discussion on ABC's "This Week" program. "This isn't a political problem; this is a historic problem. The Constitution of the United States says you cannot take money from foreign governments without explicit permission of the Congress."
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"It is clear and federal law," he continued. "I think there's a very simple case here. The Constitution says you can't take this stuff. We have federal laws that say you can't take that stuff.

Further, he insisted, "it's illegal and its dangerous to America to have foreign governments get in the habit of bribing people who happen to be the husband of the secretary of state or the next president of the United States."