Posts Tagged “politics”

Hanania on radio with Bruce DuMont, defending Trump

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Hanania on radio with Bruce DuMont, defending Trump

Ray Hanania on Radio with Bruce DuMont, Beyond the Beltway Jan. 29 Ray Hanania joins Bruce DuMont Sunday 6 to 8 pm CST with fellow guests Phil Beverly, Jahmal Cole, and Mike Miller The radio show is LIVE and can be heard on Sirius XM Satellite Radio (POTUS Channel 124) as well as affiliates from coast-to-coast….

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When did the Super Bowl become a political football?

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When did the Super Bowl become a political football?

When did the Super Bowl become a political football? The Super Bowl began as a fantastic expression of the highest achievements of American sports and an inspiration for young people to strive in fair and stubborn competition. Since when did it become a platform for entertainers and businesses to become a political platform for their personal partisan…

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Trump not the first to battle media bias

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Trump not the first to battle media bias

Trump not the first to battle media bias The news media has turned into a political party battling President Donald Trump. Journalists have hurled attacks against the president complaining about his income, nepotism, calling him a “Liar” and blaming him for racism and gender bias. Yet the news media is guilty on all counts, from outrageous…

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Israel’s Arabs remain key to peace

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Israel’s Arabs remain key to peace

Israel’s Arabs remain key to peace @Arab_News The Pen is Mightier than the sword, for Israel, but the vote is Mightier than the Pen for Israel’s oppressed Arab Palestinian citizens. Arabs in Israel can vote, strengthen their population and change Israel’s increasingly apartheid-like racism from the inside. Published in the Arab News Thursday Dec. 15, 2016….

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Data on anti-Muslim racism being distorted for politics

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Data on anti-Muslim racism being distorted for politics

Data on anti-Muslim racism being distorted for politics American Muslims are being exploited like pawns in a giant political football game between the left and the right. The data is being twisted to reflect the needs of the political groups at the expense of Muslims and Arabs in America. Just look at the statistics  By Ray Hanania…

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Obama failed to deliver on promises to Arabs and Muslims

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Obama failed to deliver on promises to Arabs and Muslims

Obama failed to deliver on promises to Arabs and Muslims President Barack Obama grew up politically in an environment that included many prominent Arabs, Palestinians and Muslims before rising to national politics and becoming president. His background having a father who was raised Muslim (who later converted to Anglicanism and later became an atheist) sensitized…

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Patlak campaign receives thousands from lawyers who appear before his board

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Patlak campaign receives thousands from lawyers who appear before his board

Patlak campaign receives thousands from lawyers who appear before his board In the race for the Cook County Board of Review, challenger Marty Stack is calling for a moratorium on all campaign and election donations from tax law firms whose lawyers appear before the county’s tax review board, and is criticizing incumbent Dan Patlak for accepting…

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Laboring through Labor Day

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Laboring through Labor Day

Laboring through Labor Day Laboring through Labor Day. A look at how life has changed from schools to politics in Chicagoland and America. By Ray Hanania The Labor Day weekend usually marks a special point in our lives when children go back to school, the weather shifts from swelter to soothing, and we’re reminded politics…

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Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday Aug 14 on national politics

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Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday Aug 14 on national politics

Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday to discuss national politics Southwest Community News Group syndicated columnist Ray Hanania joins host Bruce DuMont on Beyond the Beltway Radio Sunday, August 14 on WCGO 1590 AM Radio and on Sirius XM Radio POTUS Politics Channel 124 from 6 until 8 pm. To join the discussion, call 1-800-723-8289. You can…

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Sometimes too much “change” is not good

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Sometimes too much “change” is not good

Everyone is talking about “change,” mostly change in politics. But sometimes, too much “change” is not always good. The change that concerns me the most is change in everyday life intended to make life better but always getting in the way of convenience By Ray Hanania Everyone is talking about “change” these days. It’s one…

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