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*Please share to expose the Democrats attempt to undermine our democracy. The American Thinker blog just posted a thought provoking theory on why the Democrats are pursuing a recount in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. The idea is to place an asterisks on Donald Trump's presidency by denying him the 270 electoral college votes he needs to win. The deadline looming and some of these states up for recount would not make the deadline therefore leaving the US House and Senate to decide the…

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Koch Bro tactic, paid for by them in universities....A prime example of Donald Trump's America, he way these Pennsylvania high school students reacted to his victory will make you sick.

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Carriage near the Time Office and the H.J. Heinz Company plant, Pittsburgh, 1903. H.J. Heinz Company, Library and Archives Division, Senator John Heinz History Center. [University of Pittsburgh Digital Archives]

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Sam Houston - the only man in American History to be elected governor of two states, Tennessee and Texas; he was a citizen of four nations (United States, Cherokee, Mexico, Texas). He was General of the Texas revolutionary army; President of the Republic of Texas; and US Senator for Texas. A man of convictions, with his cane, he publicly beat the US Representative of Ohio on Pennsylvania Avenue for publicly maligning his reputation.

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President #15 James Buchanan (April 23, 1791-June 1, 1868) was the 15th President of the USA (he was President from 1857-1861 and was a member of the Democratic party). Educated as a lawyer, Buchanan had worked as a Pennsylvania state legislator, Representative, minister to Russia, US Senator, Secretary of State (to President James K. Polk), and minister to Great Britain. After he was elected President,

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President Barack Obama meets with Max Cleland, former Senator and current Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission, in the Oval Office, Feb. 21, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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Pennsylvania State Senate - Wikipedia