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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Todd
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin would win a race for the White House with little difficulty if it weren't for the media that hated conservatives, her husband Todd said.
The state trooper at the center of abuse-of-power investigations of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is no longer with the force.
NBC News' own political director said Thursday that his network's upcoming miniseries on Hillary Clinton will be a "total nightmare."
NBC says Sarah Palin's husband, Todd, will compete against retired boxing champion Laila Ali, singer Nick Lachey and other celebrities in an upcoming competition show called "Stars Earn Stripes."
He said anyone who can afford insurance — but doesn't obtain it — will have to pay up.
Instead, members of the media try to sway and influence the direction of elections and steer voters toward their personal choices, he said, Breitbart reported.