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Wednesday Democrats announced that they would boycott the Judiciary Committee vote on Amy Coney Barrett. Instead of showing up for the vote they set up over-sized photos in their chairs of people who could lose their Obamacare insurance. This stunt didn’t accomplish anything except to signal to frustrated resistance Democrats that their representatives are willing
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Tonight’s the big one. The last battle. The one that decides the presidency. Well … probably not. Everyone gets hyped for debates but the truth is that they rarely matter. The first debate between Trump and Biden was an exception, as the polls began moving towards Sleepy Joe in the aftermath and still haven’t fully
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Do Hollywood celebrity endorsements matter in presidential elections? No, not really, but sometimes they can be interesting, like this one coming from legendary funnyman Mel Brooks. Wednesday Brooks released what is being labeled his first political video. He is 94 years old so that’s a pretty good run considering how eager celebrities are to jump
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The temptation here is to say, “We’ll see what voters think about that on November 3.” If Trump’s all-base-all-the-time strategy succeeds in bringing out Fox viewers and talk-radio fans and assorted other working-class whites in numbers that obliterate Biden’s polling advantage, he’ll seem crazy like a fox. In an instant, the conventional wisdom will shift
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To quote a political figure from the past, “this is a big f*****g deal” — in part. The Department of Justice accused Russia of conducting “the most disruptive and destructive series of computer attacks ever attributed to a single group” in an indictment unsealed against six members of their military intelligence agency, the GRU. In
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A politically active small business owner in Iowa finds himself in a kerfuffle over the overtly liberal politicization of his Mexican restaurant. Alfonso Medina is a Democrat and his restaurant is well-known for its burritos in Marshalltown, Iowa. The Food Network named its “California Burrito” one of the best in the United States. Some local
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House Democrats and the White House have 48 hours to work out a deal on coronavirus relief before the election. “I’m optimistic because, again, we’ve been back and forth on all of this,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday. “You know legislation, shall is different from may.
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She’s been beating this drum all week, first in a series of tweets on Wednesday, then again in a video chat with supporters yesterday. Democrats aren’t worried about a late Trump surge nearly as much as they’re worried about creeping complacency among their own voters. Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon, in grassroots summit, emphasizes
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