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We have now waded through four consecutive election cycles of “it’s the economy stupid,” albeit with a little Obamacare mixed in. As of right now, it appears that the 2016 campaign will be about foreign policy – ISIS, terrorism, Iran, Al-Qaeda, Russia, etc. — which have dominated the
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