How Trump could lose the popular vote again and hold the White House

Hillary Clinton won a majority but lost the presidency in the electoral college. A close election could bring a repeat Some defeats never lose their sting. A study from the University of Texas at Austin found that the electoral college is much more likely than previously thought to elect the candidate who loses the popular vote. In close elections, researchers argues, such inversions are normal, not exceptional. In a race decided by less than 2% (2.6m votes), the study found, the probability of an inversion is 32%. In a race decided by less than 1% (1.3m votes), the probability is 45%. Its almost a coin flip, said won New York and California she did so by big margins, but when …

Texas: Republican powerhouse could shift to Democrats as demographics change

The GOP has dominated the state for 30 years, but a slew of retirements and a rise in Hispanic voters may mean Texas becomes a battleground again Sri Preston Kulkarni has just moved into his campaign headquarters, which for now could hardly be more bland: a faceless office with blinds on the windows in a tucked-away suburban Houston business park. Not far away, though, are a Muslim community centre, a Korean market, Hindu temples, Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian and Mexican restaurants reminders that this sprawling Texas metropolis is one of the most diverse urban areas in the nation. Houstons fast-growing south-western suburbs are, for Kulkarni, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for a Texas congressional district, an American success story: a …

‘I’m not your serf’! Kamala Harris gets informed who does NOT rely on gov’t to ‘put food on their table’

At last night’s Democrat debate & softball game with the moderators, Kamala Harris attempted to break up some bickering by reminding everybody why they were there: Kamala Harris: “America does not want to witness a food fight. They want to know how we’re going to put food on their table” https://t.co/MxDLg0Smkg #DemDebate2 pic.twitter.com/yRLLmbmLE9 — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) June 28, 2019 Is that so? Hey I put food on my own table — Craig (@GaspardCraig) June 28, 2019 Does anybody want to rely on that bunch from the Dem debates to put food on their table? It isn’t the politicians job to put food on my table. @KamalaHarris isn’t Queen or my mother no matter how much she wants to be. …

Hillary Clinton announces death of younger brother Tony Rodham

We lost my brother Tony last night, former senator says of younger sibling who was a sometimes unruly presence Hillary Clintons youngest brother, Tony Rodham, died on Friday night, the former Democratic presidential candidate said on Twitter. Rodhams age was not immediately known but he was born in 1954, six years after Clinton, 71, and four years after the other Rodham sibling, Hugh, 69, in the Chicago suburbs. We lost my brother Tony last night, Clinton at events in Pennsylvania. According to a scrutiny for allegedly leveraging his ties to his sister and her husband, Bill Clinton. It can go both ways, Rodham Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

2020 candidate John Delaney pitches vastly unusual climate change plan

Maryland congressman wants to capture carbon dioxide pollution heating the planet and transport it in pipelines criss-crossing US The first three Democratic presidential candidates to declare their plans to tackle the climate crisis are focussing on setting deadlines to neutralize US pollution. But one Democrat is proposing something vastly different. Environmental advocates are likely to find it unacceptable, but some experts say it might be necessary. Maryland congressman and long shot 2020 candidate John Delaney wants to scale up technology to capture the carbon dioxide pollution heating the planet, and transport it in pipelines crisscrossing the country. John Delaneys carbon throughway plan. Photograph: Courtesy of the John Delaney campaign Polluting facilities from Americas industrial regions in the midwest and Gulf …