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  1. ICE head threatens California with Mass Arrests…

    10.07 / 19:09 politicaldog101.com Politicaldog101.com - Politics
    "ICE will have no choice but to conduct at-large arrests in local neighborhoods and at work sites, which will inevitably result in additional collateral…
  2. Dumb Journalism…Donald Trump 2020 already?

    10.07 / 19:09 politicaldog101.com Politicaldog101.com - Politics
    Things will NOT look they do now after the 2018…
  3. Trump reaches out to Democrats for Healthcare Help….

    10.07 / 04:58 politicaldog101.com Politicaldog101.com - Politics
    The man doesn't REALLY know what he's doing...And he can't seem to figure out how to do this 'Congress'…
  4. Arnold Schwarzenegger at 70…Rich, Having fun…And Going after Donald Trump….

    10.07 / 04:58 politicaldog101.com Politicaldog101.com - Politics
    .....six years after leaving Sacramento, he’s still reinventing himself—as a kind of globetrotting do-gooder, promoting a handful of causes like fighting climate change and gerrymandering. But mostly, he’s having a hell of a good time…
  5. White House: Trump is the one ‘keeping the world from chaos’…Open Thread for Oct. 6, 2017

    10.07 / 04:58 politicaldog101.com Politicaldog101.com - Politics
    Asked about the comments from Corker, Sanders on Friday reminded the White House press corps at the daily briefing who’s in c…
  6. Trump disses his generals….

    10.07 / 04:58 politicaldog101.com Politicaldog101.com - Politics
    President Trump told senior military leaders Thursday night that he wants them to give him military options “at a much faster pace” when national-security emergencies erupt around the wor…
  7. Republicans in Congress ARE worried….

    10.07 / 04:58 politicaldog101.com Politicaldog101.com - Politics
    To maintain their grip on the party, Republican leaders and their supporters are scrambling to recruit new allies and pleading with their loyalists to remain in Washington — not always with s…