Kasich: Medicaid Expansion Was ‘A Conservative Principle’

Screenshot Ohio Governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich defended his expansion of Medicaid as “a conservative principle” on Saturday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends.” Kasich stated, [relevant exchange begins around 1:50] “I’m not for Obamacare, and I didn’t join forces with the president. All I know is that Ronald Reagan expanded Medicaid, I think about three times. And I had a chance to bring Ohio money back to Ohio, and to me it’s a conservative principle, Ed. It’s not just to help people, but it’s to get them trained, to hold them personally responsible for what they do, and to get them on their feet.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Christie: ‘Hypocrisy’ To Let States Legalize Drugs and Oppose Sanctuary Cities

Chris Christie New Jersey Governor and Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie argued that it is “hypocrisy” to allow states to legalize marijuana while opposing sanctuary cities on Friday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.” Christie stated, “I’m just for enforcing the law, Hugh. If these folks want to legalize marijuana, then stand up and say you want to legalize marijuana, and that as president you will put a bill forward in the House and the Senate to change the law. But we cannot pick and choose. You know, here’s the hypocrisy in this, Hugh, is they say it’s okay to pick and choose on whether to enforce the law against marijuana, but everybody’s against sanctuary cities. And that’s just picking and choosing which laws you’re going to enforce as well. This President has decided we’re not going to enforce the federal immigration laws. He’s going to permit for sanctuary cities. Well, if you’re against sanctuary

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Todd: Hillary Released Tax and Med Records Because They Can’t Explain Emails

Screenshot NBC’s “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd argued that Hillary Clinton releasing her tax returns and medical records feels like “a diversionary tactic” because “they don’t have a good explanation on these emails” on Friday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.” Todd stated, in response to a question on Hillary’s emails, “I’m glad you’re focused on the emails, because I feel like, this is the one time that tax returns and medical records, I feel like are a diversionary tactic on the political bench –“. He continued, “You know, this is — there is — they don’t have a good explanation on these emails. They just don’t. And you know they don’t have a good explanation? Because look at the backflips and contortions that the current State Department and the administration [are] having in trying to do deal with it. You know, they’re trying, you can tell, because they’re obviously favorable to her,

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Judge Blocks Release of Videos Exposing Planned Parenthood’s Baby Parts Sales

videos On July 31, Judge William Orrick blocked further release of videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s involvement in selling heads, livers, and other parts of unborn children after partial birth abortions are performed.

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IN PICTURES: EDL, Britain First and Far-Left Square Off at Migrant Protest

IMG_0435 FOLKESTONE, United Kingdom – Two very different groups gathered by the Eurostar service station in Folkestone today, the last town trains bound for France pass through on British soil. “United Folkestone” organised a “Stand with the Calais migrants” protest, and in response, Britain First and the English Defence League (EDL) held a counter demo. The two groups gathered by the services, kept apart by the police, either side of the entrance. United Folkestone were supported by a few Green party members and a large contingent from “Thanet People’s Assembly,” a far-left group started by filmmaker Ken Loach and supported by Owen Jones et al. A woman with pink hair, who became famous for ranting about UKIP on BBC Question time (when her hair was blue), appeared to be their leader. Britain First kicked off proceedings by playing The Land of Hope and Glory over a large speaker and chanting: “Lefty

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