Hillary Clinton Likens Republican Views on Women to Those of Terror Groups

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Clinton likens GOP’s views on women to those of terrorists.

CLEVELAND (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday drew parallels between terrorist organizations and the field of Republican candidates for president when it comes to their views on women, telling an Ohio audience her potential GOP rivals were pushing “out of date” policies. “Now extreme views about women? Martin O’Malley insisted the Democratic Party was “making a huge mistake when we allow the brand on our side of this national debate everyday to be questions about what did Hillary Clinton know, when did she know it.” O’Malley, appearing on “New Hampshire Today” with Jack Heath Thursday, insisted that questions about Hillary’s server are “legitimate questions.” Heath: You’re chuckling, and before I even ask you, you can comment in general.

A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows the Vice President has a slight edge over the former Secretary of State in head-to-head matchups against Trump, Bush and Rubio. (Photo by Olivier Douliery/ABACAUSA.com) WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – He’s not even a declared candidate, but a new poll finds Vice President Joe Biden does a little better than Hillary Clinton against the leading GOP presidential candidates in a general election matchup.Trump has 28 percent of the vote, up from 20 percent in a July 30 national survey. “This is the highest tally and widest margin for any Republican so far in this election,” reads a polling memo. “Donald Trump soars; Ben Carson rises; Jeb Bush slips and some GOP hopefuls seem to disappear.A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows Hillary Clinton hitting new lows on measures of honesty, favorability and trustworthiness, the latest evidence of Democratic frontrunner slipping in the polls. The comments were quickly seized on by the Republican National Committee and the conservative group America Rising. “For Hillary Clinton to equate her political opponents to terrorists is a new low for her flailing campaign.

Despite rapidly rising sums that the federal government has devoted to loans and grants, American college students and recent graduates are wallowing in debt. Not surprisingly, the leading Democratic presidential candidates — Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley — have come up with plans they say will make colleges more affordable and provide debt relief for millennials. Some would say Hillary Clinton, first it was sort of a political attack against her, that she didn’t mishandle anything, that she didn’t mishandle marked classified emails. Investigators with the FBI took possession of her private server this month, though Department of Justice officials say she isn’t the target of the probe.

Multiple lawsuits against the State Department over access to her office’s records have also been working their way through the courts, with one federal judge recently concluding Mrs. John Kasich of Ohio, telling supporters he had banned state funding for some rape crisis centers because they sometimes referred women to other health facilities that provide abortion services.

A Federal Reserve Bank of New York report found that colleges increased tuition 40 cents for every dollar received in Pell Grants, and 65 cents for every dollar in subsidized loans. Usually… Heath: Well, we are not like the national media, we like to ask substantive, and this is an important question, but I like to ask about the economy and jobs.

The word most associated with Trump was “arrogant,” followed by “blowhard.” And for Bush, it was “Bush.” The next word for Bush was “family.” From Aug. 20-25, Qunnipiac surveyed 1,563 registered voters nationwide, including 666 Republicans and 647 Democrats. The videos have prompted investigations by congressional committees and Republicans in Congress, and several states have sought to block government payments to the group. It would also allow students and graduates to refinance their debts at lower interest rates, expand programs that let people repay their loans as a percentage of their incomes, and enhance existing education tax credits.

New revenue that goes to tuition assistance is money that can’t be used to shore up Social Security or Medicare, expand the nation’s infrastructure, or reduce the budget deficit. These are not the issues and the answers to problems that the American people feel, even if the answers come out, will make life better around their kitchen table. We need to make college affordable, how we get wages to go up, how we allow people with to retire with security and how we get our economy to work again for all of use instead of just a few of us. Too many universities have become bloated and inefficient, using their revenue in ways that don’t benefit the students’ education: Million dollar salaries awarded to top-paid college presidents.

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