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Clinton Takes Lead Over Trump in Florida After First Debate

Hillary Clinton has a slight lead over Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Florida and many Floridians viewed her to be the winner of Monday night’s debate, according to a new poll released Thursday. 

September 29, 2016 - 9:00am

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Looking on the bright side, perhaps this election can teach conservatives to look on the dark side. They need a talent for pessimism, recognizing the signs that whatever remains of American exceptionalism does not immunize this nation from decay, to which all regimes are susceptible.
Brian Mast and Randy Perkins
Pop a Xanax, Randy. Before your next editorial page interview. Before you appear anywhere again in the same room with your Republican opponent.
With the election less than two months away, Florida voters need to ask themselves which of the two candidates will change the dire direction of our country, the continued economic malaise, and downward trajectory the Obama administration put on steroids.
My heart went out to Donald Trump Monday night when it appeared that he was under the weather.
Now we find out even Patrick Murphy's name is a political creation. You have to ask yourself, if voters send this Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate to Washington, will they ever know when or if he's stopped twisting the truth?
Here on the High Plains, where the deer and the antelope once played, Denver's suburbs roam toward the Rockies' front range and the nature of today's polyglot politics is written in the local congressman's campaign schedule.
There used to be an old saying: "Bullets don't have eyes" -- which means anyone can get hit by a bullet once it's fired from a gun. 
I knew it the minute I read it. The Reason Foundation's report on the state of the nation's roads, released Thursday, is dead wrong.
Technology has put powerful computers in billions of pockets, but an invention much more mundane than the smartphone -- the shipping container: a rectangular steel box -- also has changed the world. Because of it, two of today's preoccupations -- infrastructure and globalization -- are connected by a chain of events that began more than 60 years ago and today runs through Congress and to the wharves of Charleston's booming port.
As the first presidential debate approaches, fists clench, jaws tighten and invectives giggle in anticipation.

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