A bigger mandate than it seems?

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Thirty-Six Electoral Votes were handed to Hillary Clinton by those who voted for Johnson and McMullin instead of Trump: Colorado (9) Maine At-Large (2) Minnesota (10) New Hampshire (4) New Mexico (5) Nevada (6) That’s not to say that those who voted for Johnson or McMullin would have ever voted for Trump but Clinton’s blue margins of victory in those six places were less than the votes garnered by the red, third party, candidates. Giving Michigan to Trump, where he leads but has not been called, the apparent Electoral Vote result is: 232 for Clinton (43%) 306 for Trump (57%) Swapping the results of the six areas with red “spoilers” makes the result: 196 for Team Blue (36%) 342 for Team Red (64%) Yes, similarly, Stein’s votes could …

DFL rule in Minnesota created the MNsure mess

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Greg Davids hits a couple nails on their heads regarding health care insurance in Minnesota. When a doctor commits malpractice, you don’t hire that same doctor to fix the problem they created. Source: Rep. Greg Davids: DFL rule in Minnesota created the MNsure mess

Professor explains the rise of ‘precious snowflakes’

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Howard Schwartz, professor emeritus of Oakland University, has for years studied the psychology underlying political correctness, and in his new book Political Correctness and the Destruction of Social Order: Chronicling the Rise of the Pristine Self, he offers some clarity on why the term “snowflakes” is now synonymous with college students today. Source: Professor explains the rise of ‘precious snowflakes’ – cites narcissism, over-nurturing – The College Fix