Our economy is currently resisting treacherous global economic conditions. It is in the interest of the rest of the world for the U.S. to play this role. And that is exactly what Sanders' proposals do.
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Whatever nonpartisan collegiality and harmony Congress may have once known began to die in 1994, and it's virtually non-existent today.
The Bradley Effect should be understood as one factor among many on Election Day, and we can probably assume that in the 26 years since Bradley lost that race, we have made some progress.
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Somebody had to say it in the MSM. And Joe Klein of TIME has done the honor.
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