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GOP boycotts health care advisory board House and Senate Republican leaders told President Barack Obama Thursday that they will refuse to nominate candidates to serve on an advisory board that is to play a role in holding down Medicare costs under the new health care act. More
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While guest-hosting Fox News' "The Five" on Monday, comedian Tom Shillue denounced the Black Lives Matter movement as organized criminals whose protests should be stopped and whose leaders should be arrested. "I think it’s shut-it-down time," he said of the movement, which grew from repeated instances of unarmed black men being killed by white police officers in the past year.
Nashville mayoral candidate David Fox
Until now, the officially nonpartisan mayoral runoff in Nashville, Tennessee, hasn't been particularly ugly, but that all changed Monday. Conservative candidate David Fox had already been attacking runoff rival Megan Barry as unacceptably liberal on economic matters, but now he's descended to new depths by depicting Barry as an anti-Christian extremist.
Fox's new radio ad aimed at African-American voters begins with the narrator accusing Barry of doing little to help black voters and gets much worse from there:
We might see Megan Barry around election time, but when the election's over, she's gone.