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That 10-year-old agenda also included lowering the interest rate on student loans and allowing the government to negotiate drug prices under Medicare. Pelosi endorsed a $15 minimum wage in 2015, aligning with Bernie Sanders on an issue that became a foundation of the Vermont independent senator's unsuccessful bid for last year's Democratic presidential nomination. The broad Democratic support for Thursday's minimum wage hike illustrates the extent of Sanders' influence on the agenda of the party whose leadership he has joined -- without formally becoming a Democrat. The minimum wage hike also has drawn early fire from conservatives who want to use Sanders' rising influence as a weapon against a Democratic party moving to the left as it pushes back hard against Trump. This is a significant moment since it confirms that the Democrat Party is now in the hands of extreme liberals that have more in common with European Socialism than the free enterprise principles that have guided America for generations, Jeremy Adler, spokesman for the conservative group America Rising, said in a statement.
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to ask for the rent a car valuation free markets have to leave it for another Starbucks another friend choice then let down community again listen to go to speak to you about perhaps we'll follow your story I appreciate it I'm very much so we're at hama Rashid Iona over my village cafe in Camden and it is very familiar to Astoria had a hit in London Fields and we've heard it from other people owning businesses independent businesses that the rent's and going up so much so quickly at that they can no longer make a profit they can no longer make a living and we are already made the point about Starbucks in the light but it's only representative at many of our High Street so looking exactly the same I hope honestly that doesn't happen to Camden want to do brilliant things about cam.
Sputnik International
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On May 22, the last group of militants and their family members withdrew from the district of Al Waer in Syria's Homs within 24 hours, a Sputnik correspondent reported from the city. The third largest city of Syria is now completely under the control of Syrian government forces.
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from that sell Warhammer rash at how are you how much is it should have been what's the problem problem price are we submitted over the valleys and evaluation become free markets that solution is not reality is reality the cafe or other dependant cafe will continue mini cafe or restaurant or independent businesses closing down the last time I saw your hearing this a lot in London as property prices UK increase.
ITV
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that we now offer 70 channels on Freeview, all free of charge. Plus 15 more in HD. Nice
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Greg Gianforte doesnt get the basics of America or public service, Sen. Ben Sasse said Thursday. “If you’re seeking a job as a public servant, if you’re going to serve in the Congress, one of the core obligations before you is to teach American civics. And if you’re teaching American civics, you celebrate a First Amendment, a free press, speech, assembly, religion,” Sasse said Thursday in a detailed and frank interview for POLITICO’s “Off Messagepodcast scheduled to be released on Tuesday about America, Peter Pan, the failings of Congress and of the Republican Party, and President Donald Trump. [ Subscribe to the podcast here.] Sasse, the junior senator from Nebraska and a staunch conservative, is a former college president who’s promoting his new book, “The Vanishing American Adult,” which amounts to a diagnosis of the rot within American culture and what to do about it.
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and religions gathered together, unafraid and united. They came to mourn the dead and stand free to express their sympathy and solidarity
Washington Free Beacon
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) during her Thursday press conference repeatedly dodged questions over whether or not Imran Awan, an IT staffer for Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D., Fla.) who is under investigation by Capitol Hill Police, should continue to serve in an advisory role. A reporter asked Pelosi about Awan, who is under investigation for stealing equipment from members' offices and for possibly illegal actions on the House IT network. Awan remains on Wasserman-Schultz's staff in spite of the investigation. Pelosi initially did not seem to understand the question about Awan. "Well, the people who are under investigation are the Attorney General of the United States," she said. "I mean what are we talking about here?" "Should Imran Awan still be here?" the reporter asked. "I'm not familiar—you have a very specific charge there," Pelosi said.
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Recently re-elected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lashed out at the Trump administration this week, describing it as ignorant and saying that Iran "needs missiles" to confront the United States and its allies, according to recent remarks certain to rile leaders in Washington, D.C. Just days after President Donald Trump blasted the Islamic Republic for its illicit ballistic missile program and support of terrorism in the Middle East, Rouhani confirmed that Iran would not cease its missile activity, despite repeated calls by U.S. officials. "We need missiles and the enemy should know that we make everything we need and we don't pay an iota of attention to your words," Rouhani was quoted as saying on Wednesday during a meeting with Iranian cabinet members. "The remarks by the enemies of the Iranian nation against Iran's missile power are out of ignorance.
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Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova termed the visa-free regime between Ukraine and the European Union a "theatre of the absurd", speaking at her weekly briefing in Moscow, Thursday. She commented on the high interest of the US media, in particular CNN TV channel to the Russian Ambassador to US Sergei Kislyak, who has been called "upper-class spy and recruiter" multiple times for the last months. "This is despite a large number of retractions we have been providing and despite the fact that the Russian and the US authorities have been refuting this information as well," underlined Zakharova. Video ID: 20170525 060 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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SAMSUNG offers ultimate "buy one get one free" deal and the Nokia 3310 is the bargain of the week but both have now sold out.
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Donald Rumsfeld shut down the ladies of ABC's "The View" while discussing allegations of collusion between Russian and the Donald Trump campaign on Thursday. Rumsfeld, a former NATO ambassador to President Nixon and Defense Secretary under Presidents Reagan and George W. Bush, was asked if he saw similarities in the Watergate investigation and the ongoing probe into Russian meddling in the campaign. Joy Behar reminded Rumsfeld that he worked for Nixon during the Watergate scandal before he reminded her he was actually in Belguim and knew nothing about the scandal. Rumsfeld called Watergate a tragedy and said he hoped no other U.S. president would have to resign. "I don't know that that was a tragedy. He needed to resign. He was a crook," Behar said. "Do you have strong views on this?" Rumsfeld joked with the View co-host. "I do," Behar responded, "I see some similarities right now going on.