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Senate Republicans Shun Don Blankenship On Day Of West Virginia Primary
“I just don’t see a scenario where that’s a positive projection" of the GOP brand, Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) said.
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Senators Fumbled At Sending Stronger Message In Support Of Robert Mueller
Democracy dies on vacation.
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ATF Says It Doesn’t Know If It Can Regulate Bump Stocks
One GOP senator said that maybe Congress should do so.
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Senate Republicans Don't Care If Their Tax Bill Is Unpopular
The polls are wrong, the opposition is distorting the truth, and tax cuts are "generally unpopular."
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Stealth Lobbying Campaign Blamed Elizabeth Warren For 'Socialist Plot' She Had Nothing To Do With
Lobbying in the age of negative partisanship.
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Senator Thom Tillis Collapses During Race
The North Carolina senator posted a video to Twitter from the hospital, cheerfully saying he was "fine."
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Republican Senator Hails Goldman Sachs As A Champion Of 'The Little Guy'
He's also into Atlas Shrugged. Go figure.
Let's Pass A War Powers Resolution For Meddling In Other People's Elections
Policy Director, Just Foreign Policy
Historically, most people in the U.S. clearly have not been bothered very much if the U.S. government meddles in other people's elections; indeed, many Americans have welcomed it. But mostly they haven't cared.
Pro-Tillis Nonprofit Goes Dark After Tillis Victory, But Keeps Paying Former President
Published by the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics an...
When it comes to politically active nonprofits, there are those that bend the rules, and there are those that seem to flout them entirely. One group, above all, is a member of the latter set: a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization called Carolina Rising.
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GOP Senator: Confirming Obama's Judges Has 'Nothing To Do With Doing Our Jobs'
It is literally the Senate's job to confirm judges.
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GOP Senator Warns Against Party's 'Obstructionist' Supreme Court Strategy
Because refusing to let the president put anyone on the court doesn't look great.
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Karl Rove's Group Funneled Dark Money To Help Elect GOP Senate
Secret money flowed through multiple groups to aid Tillis, McConnell.
Thom Tillis Skips Islamic State Briefing After Attacking Opponent For The Same Thing
Here's What Southern Congress Members Think About The Confederate Flag On State License Plates
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'R' Is for Republican and Reverse
CEO, president and co-founder of Advisory Link
Democrats keep trying to drive our country forward with policies designed to help Americans in the 21st century. Unfortunately, Republicans are stuck in reverse. In 2016, let's find Democratic candidates who will move the country forward.
Is It Enough to Idly Hope Our Chef Won't Poison Us?
Dr. Layla McCay
Secretariat Director, Global Public Private Partnership for Ha...
When it comes to public health, consumer safety needs to be a priority, elevated above the ebb and flow of market forces, and properly monitored. It's not okay to just wait and see what the market does.
Friday Talking Points -- Live, From the Moon
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
Barack Obama is the second Honorable Mention recipient this week, for his impressive public opinion polling on job approval in January. He had his best month (measured by month-to-month improvement) of his entire second term, and the fourth-best month he's ever had as president.
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