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“Mitch McConnell Wants To Rob Pensions To Fund Highway Repairs” Reply


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“History in the making in South Carolina”


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“In A Sneaky Move, Scott Walker and Wisconsin GOP Take Away Workers’ Right To Weekends Off”


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SERMON:  “Jim Pepper speaks about Medal of Honor recipients and Interim Pastor David Park gives a message about Independence Day.”

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SONG:  “God Bless America” by Kate Smith

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“Bernie Sanders draws biggest crowd of any 2016 candidate yet”


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“Republicans Crushed In Oklahoma As Supreme Court Rules 10 Commandments Monument Must Come Down”


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CNN BREAKING NEWS . . .


After months of stagnant approval ratings, a new CNN/ORC poll finds that for the first time in more than two years, 50% of Americans approve of the way President Obama is handling the presidency.

And his overall ratings are bolstered by increasingly positive reviews of his treatment of race relations and the economy.

The new poll shows Obama’s approval rating up five points since a May survey, when just 45% approved of the job he was doing as president and 52% disapproved. The poll marks the first time his approval rating has been at 50% or higher since May, 2013, and only the second time in that stretch that his disapproval rating has fallen below 50%. It currently stands at 47%.

The margin of sampling error for all adults is +/- 3 percentage points.

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“WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday that a voter-approved independent redistricting commission in Arizona is constitutional.

In response to complaints that the state legislature was engaging in partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts, Arizona voters approved an independent commission to draw district lines in a 2000 ballot initiative. The commission has two Republicans and two Democrats, who legislative leaders choose from a list composed by the state’s Commission on Appellate Court Appointments, in addition to a chairman who may not be a member of either party.

Republican legislators sued after the 2012 election, arguing that they shouldn’t be completely cut out of the district-drawing process.”