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With Georgia Runoff Date Looming, Republicans Spend Big to Beat Back Ossoff - Newsweek

Google News - Mon, 06/19/2017 - 14:29

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With Georgia Runoff Date Looming, Republicans Spend Big to Beat Back Ossoff
Newsweek
Democrat Jon Ossoff is breaking records with his fundraising ahead of Tuesday's special election for Georgia's 6th district congressional seat, prompting Republican attacks that he's trying to buy the race with help from liberal donors. But the ...
Democrats sweat the details in Georgia special electionPolitico
Democrats see high stakes in Georgia's special electionWashington Post
'If Ossoff Wins, Republicans Should Be Petrified' — David Nir on the Georgia 6th & MoreHeavy.com
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The Liberal Media's Double Standard - Creators Syndicate

Google News - Mon, 06/19/2017 - 14:16

Creators Syndicate

The Liberal Media's Double Standard
Creators Syndicate
In 2011, after a severely mentally ill young man in Tucson, Arizona shot Democratic Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, wounded almost 20 more, and killed six, including a 9-year-old girl, it took the liberal media elite a nanosecond to pin the crime on ...

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The Puerto Rican Compromise - The Liberty Conservative

Google News - Mon, 06/19/2017 - 13:24

The Liberty Conservative

The Puerto Rican Compromise
The Liberty Conservative
Accordingly, it is reasonable to expect the 3.5 million residents of Puerto Rico to vote overwhelmingly for the progressive party. This likely means that there will be more votes for the Democratic presidential candidate and two more Democratic ...

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“Julius Caesar” Unleashes Right-wing Rage at Art, Liberals, and NYC - Village Voice

Google News - Mon, 06/19/2017 - 11:12

Village Voice

“Julius Caesar” Unleashes Right-wing Rage at Art, Liberals, and NYC
Village Voice
If you're wondering how a bunch of enraged conservatives wound up threatening theaters across the country for performing the anti-American play Julius Caesar by some libtard named William Shakespeare, I could, by way of explanation, take you back to ...

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Congressional shooting: Ballots not bullets needed to make changes - Marquette Mining Journal

Google News - Mon, 06/19/2017 - 10:59

Marquette Mining Journal

Congressional shooting: Ballots not bullets needed to make changes
Marquette Mining Journal
... or her own hands. That way leads to tyranny or worse. The sooner all Americans — Democrats and Republicans, progressives and conservatives — quit treating politics like warfare the healthier our politics will be. There will always be winners and ...

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Democratic Party Not as Divided as in the Past - HuffPost

Google News - Mon, 06/19/2017 - 07:01

Democratic Party Not as Divided as in the Past
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Currently the Democratic Party is divided between establishmentarian center-left Democrats, most of whom supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential primaries, and insurrectionist liberals, most of whom supported her main rival, Bernie Sanders ...

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Democrats see high stakes in Georgia's special election - Washington Post

Google News - Sun, 06/18/2017 - 17:56

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Democrats see high stakes in Georgia's special election
Washington Post
Democrats will turn their gaze south this week, hoping victory in a special election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District will serve as a referendum on President Trump and spark their efforts to counter his agenda — and to win back the House ...
'If Ossoff Wins, Republicans Should Be Petrified' — David Nir on the Georgia 6th & MoreHeavy.com
Early vote tally foretells soaring turnout in most expensive House race everWCVB Boston
In Georgia election, Jon Ossoff's campaign is fueled by suburban momsUSA TODAY
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The Politics Of Anger: Rhetoric, Intolerance Seen As Rising In US - Hartford Courant

Google News - Sun, 06/18/2017 - 10:24

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The Politics Of Anger: Rhetoric, Intolerance Seen As Rising In US
Hartford Courant
But most members today have "never known a Congress where Democrats and Republicans worked together for the good of the country." Shays blamed the problem on political leaders targeting liberal Republicans and conservative Democrats to win seats ...
Democrats are falling out of favor in California. That doesn't bode well for 2018The San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)

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'If Ossoff Wins, Republicans Should Be Petrified' — David Nir on Progressive Politics in the Age of Trump - Heavy.com

Google News - Sun, 06/18/2017 - 08:02

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'If Ossoff Wins, Republicans Should Be Petrified' — David Nir on Progressive Politics in the Age of Trump
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The most talked-about election of 2017 will take place Tuesday, when voters in Georgia's 6th congressional district go to the polls to choose between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel in a special election to succeed Tom Price, a ...
In Pennsylvania, Georgia, and everywhere else, all politics is localWashington Examiner

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The Politics Of Anger: Rhetoric, Intolerance Seen As Rising In US - Hartford Courant

Google News - Sun, 06/18/2017 - 07:43

The San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)

The Politics Of Anger: Rhetoric, Intolerance Seen As Rising In US
Hartford Courant
But most members today have "never known a Congress where Democrats and Republicans worked together for the good of the country." Shays blamed the problem on political leaders targeting liberal Republicans and conservative Democrats to win seats ...
Democrats are falling out of favor in California. That doesn't bode well for 2018The San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)

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Florida Democratic governor candidates call for 2018 unity - The Ledger

Google News - Sat, 06/17/2017 - 19:37

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Florida Democratic governor candidates call for 2018 unity
The Ledger
Gillum, who has been mayor of Florida's capital city since 2014, said the party needs to push an “unapologetic” progressive message and not cede the state's rural and traditionally conservative areas to the Republicans. “We are not trying to be ...

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Florida Democratic Governor Candidates Call for 2018 Unity - U.S. News & World Report

Google News - Sat, 06/17/2017 - 17:22

Florida Democratic Governor Candidates Call for 2018 Unity
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(AP) — Florida's three announced Democratic gubernatorial candidates agreed on most issues at a forum Saturday, from education to the economy to faith, but got their loudest cheers when they called for ending a 20-year string of Republican governors ...

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Florida Democratic governor candidates call for 2018 unity - Miami Herald

Google News - Sat, 06/17/2017 - 17:21

Florida Democratic governor candidates call for 2018 unity
Miami Herald
Gillum, who has been mayor of Florida's capital city since 2014, said the party needs to push an "unapologetic" progressive message and not cede the state's rural and traditionally conservative areas to the Republicans. "We are not trying to be ...

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Trump's contradictory coalition roils elections in Virginia, Georgia - Washington Post

Google News - Sat, 06/17/2017 - 13:30

Washington Post

Trump's contradictory coalition roils elections in Virginia, Georgia
Washington Post
A look at just two of the five groups — the American Preservationists and the Staunch Conservatives — helps explain why navigating can be difficult for any Republican aspirant or elected official. ... Both candidates adopted generally progressive ...
On 'Civility' Two Years After Trump Announced for PresidentThe Weekly Standard

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Trump allies Roger Stone, Jesse Ventura launch pro-cannabis group - The Hill (blog)

Google News - Fri, 06/16/2017 - 20:46

The Hill (blog)

Trump allies Roger Stone, Jesse Ventura launch pro-cannabis group
The Hill (blog)
"I am going to be working with a coalition of Republicans and Democrats, progressives and libertarians, liberals, and conservatives to persuade the president to keep his campaign pledge," Stone said at the Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo, ...

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Here's Some Weird Stuff Roger Stone Said at a Weed Conference - Geek

Google News - Fri, 06/16/2017 - 16:38

Geek

Here's Some Weird Stuff Roger Stone Said at a Weed Conference
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“I am going to be working with a coalition of Republicans and Democrats, Progressives, and Libertarians, Liberals and Conservatives, to persuade the President to keep his pledge,” said Stone. “To remind the President and the voters that the President ...

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Democrats are unlikely to win back Obama-Trump voters. But they should still have an economic agenda to help them. - Vox

Google News - Fri, 06/16/2017 - 12:10

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Democrats are unlikely to win back Obama-Trump voters. But they should still have an economic agenda to help them.
Vox
But “moderate” Romney-Clinton voters are totally gettable now that the Republican Party is on the Trump train to crazytown. Add in more young ... In the first strategy, Democrats should tone down their language on race and immigration and culture, but ...
New Polling Data Reveals Trump's “Blue-Collar” Populism Is A MythMintpress News (blog)

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The Liberal Media's Double Standard - BernardGoldberg.com

Google News - Fri, 06/16/2017 - 11:46

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The Liberal Media's Double Standard
BernardGoldberg.com
In 2011, after a lunatic in Tucson, Arizona shot Democratic Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, wounded almost 20 more, and killed six, including a 9-year old girl, it took the liberal media elite a nanosecond to pin the crime on — who else? — conservative ...

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KING: Why progressives and liberals continue to feel like unwelcome guests in the Democratic Party - New York Daily News

Google News - Fri, 06/16/2017 - 10:49

New York Daily News

KING: Why progressives and liberals continue to feel like unwelcome guests in the Democratic Party
New York Daily News
Ed Gillespie, a lifelong Republican, won the Republican primary and Ralph Northam, who has a record of voting Republican, won the Democratic primary. No, that's not a typo. It is, perhaps, the most relevant example, though, of why progressives and ...

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Alexandria attack shows conservatives must not stoop to liberals' level - Washington Times

Google News - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 21:48

Washington Times

Alexandria attack shows conservatives must not stoop to liberals' level
Washington Times
Gabrielle Giffords and killed a judge at an Arizona mall back in 2011, the left and, indeed, Democratic leaders blamed conservatives in general and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin in particular for the shooting; once again ...
Stop The Open Season On RepublicansThe Daily Caller

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