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Are Conservative Democrats Going Extinct? We'll Know If Joe Manchin Survives Next Year - Townhall

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 18:31

Townhall

Are Conservative Democrats Going Extinct? We'll Know If Joe Manchin Survives Next Year
Townhall
Everett and Burgess added that the senator learned his lessons from his past 1996 gubernatorial race, in which he lost to a more traditional liberal Democrat, Charlotte Pitt. He later endorsed the Republican in that race, Cecil Underwood, ... “Our ...

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Millenial opens up about his remarkable journey from Democratic activist to Republican stalwart - TheBlaze.com

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 16:05

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Millenial opens up about his remarkable journey from Democratic activist to Republican stalwart
TheBlaze.com
Four years later, as Reimer watched the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, he said there was one particular moment that began his personal journey from a Democratic activist to a staunch Republican ally. Specifically ...

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Conservatives attack Frelinghuysen in TV ads - Daily Record

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 14:16

Daily Record

Conservatives attack Frelinghuysen in TV ads
Daily Record
Doug Sachtleben, communications director for the Club for Growth, confirmed the group's $1 million media buy, with similar regional ads targeting Frelinghuysen and nine other Republican congress members who took a moderate stand in the healthcare ...

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Conservative Watchdog Group Requests Investigation Into Top House Intel Democrats - Breitbart News

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 13:27

Breitbart News

Conservative Watchdog Group Requests Investigation Into Top House Intel Democrats
Breitbart News
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch on Friday called for a preliminary investigation into two top Democratic members of the House Intelligence Committee for potentially disclosing classified information to the public in violation of House ethics ...

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Conservative group launches anti-Elizabeth Warren initiative - Washington Times

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 10:26

Washington Times

Conservative group launches anti-Elizabeth Warren initiative
Washington Times
Elizabeth Warren's political image, a conservative group announced Monday that it is launching an effort to tear the Massachusetts senator down ahead of her re-election race next year and possible 2020 presidential bid. America Rising PAC rolled out ...

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Conservative group launches anti-Elizabeth Warren initiative - Washington Times

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 10:26

Washington Times

Conservative group launches anti-Elizabeth Warren initiative
Washington Times
Elizabeth Warren's political image, a conservative group announced Monday that it is launching an effort to tear the Massachusetts senator down ahead of her re-election race next year and possible 2020 presidential bid. America Rising PAC rolled out ...

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In Conversation: Ben Domenech Thinks The GOP Got Its Voters Wrong - MTV.com

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 09:03

MTV.com

In Conversation: Ben Domenech Thinks The GOP Got Its Voters Wrong
MTV.com
Our major political parties have been further divided by our neither liberal nor conservative new president, his byzantine administration, and a governing style guided more by whim than by principle. In this series, I'm going to talk to as many people ...

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Voters Back Home Don't Mind If Mark Meadows Bucks Authority - NPR

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 04:57

NPR

Voters Back Home Don't Mind If Mark Meadows Bucks Authority
NPR
On Capitol Hill, Freedom Caucus chairman Mark Meadows carries a reputation of a right-wing rebel – after he and his group of roughly three dozen hard-line House conservatives helped kill the Republican health care bill last month. But back home ... It ...

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Time for Trump to Triangulate - National Review

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 04:15

National Review

Time for Trump to Triangulate
National Review
The Quinnipiac poll also showed no real partisan differences on infrastructure — 90 percent of both Democrats and Republicans want increased infrastructure spending (and 91 percent of independents do). Tax policy and health care expose large divides ...
Can this N.J. lawmaker save Trump's Obamacare repeal effort?NJ.com

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How Democrats Should Spend Their Millions - New York Times

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 03:21

New York Times

How Democrats Should Spend Their Millions
New York Times
... flipping Republican-held House seats. This wave of progressive activism has found its way to the campaign coffers of Jon Ossoff, the leading Democrat in the Georgia congressional special election on Tuesday to fill the vacancy created when Tom ...
Anti-Trump Views Motivate GA VotersDTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)
Jon Ossoff's Race Is the First Real Battle Between Millennials and TrumpMother Jones
Adventures of a Canvassing VigilanteThe New Yorker

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That GOP 'Middle Class' Tax Cut Might Be A Big Fat Trojan Horse For The Rich - Huffington Post

Google News - Mon, 04/17/2017 - 01:20

Huffington Post

That GOP 'Middle Class' Tax Cut Might Be A Big Fat Trojan Horse For The Rich
Huffington Post
Meaning that for liberals who support the idea of a progressive income tax ― one that imposes higher rates on the wealthy ― the promise of a middle-class tax reduction as part of a coming “tax reform” package could actually be a Trojan horse. Given ...
Democrats want to flood the streets on Tax Day and seize the most potent issue in US politicsQuartz
Playing Chicken With Trump's Tax ReturnsRoll Call
Tax Day protests to demand Trump's returnskgw.com
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Opposing immigration wasn't always racist - The Boston Globe

Google News - Sun, 04/16/2017 - 10:30

The Boston Globe

Opposing immigration wasn't always racist
The Boston Globe
In the last two years, Donald Trump's rise has drawn attention to the Republican Party's lurch toward the right. Opposition to current ... Democrats have criticized not just Trump's limitations on refugees, travelers from Muslim countries, and H-1B ...

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Democrats have little to show for fight to keep Gorsuch off court - Philly.com

Google News - Sun, 04/16/2017 - 08:32

Philly.com

Democrats have little to show for fight to keep Gorsuch off court
Philly.com
But in the end, it was Gorsuch's "originalist" views of the Constitution - said by some legal scholars to be more extreme than those of Scalia or his acolyte, Justice Clarence Thomas - that led the minority party to dare Senate Republicans to execute ...
Colwell: Will his Gorsuch vote doom Donnelly?South Bend Tribune
How American politics might be overhauled by a little-noticed procedural change680 News

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Anti-Trump energy poses recruiting dilemma for Dems - The Hill

Google News - Sun, 04/16/2017 - 06:03

The Hill

Anti-Trump energy poses recruiting dilemma for Dems
The Hill
"I think it's generally possible to elect candidates who are maybe a little more progressive than the districts they might represent because people are looking for someone who's authentic and who has a spine, more so than someone they agree with on ...

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Medicaid expansion: It's a widely popular issue Democrats and progressives can win on — right now - Salon

Google News - Sun, 04/16/2017 - 06:01

Salon

Medicaid expansion: It's a widely popular issue Democrats and progressives can win on — right now
Salon
Medicaid expansion: It's a widely popular issue Democrats and progressives can win on — right Activists protest during the "March for Health" demanding equitable and affordable access to quality healthcare, on April 01, 2017, in New York. / AFP PHOTO ...

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Democrats have little to show for fight to keep Gorsuch off court - Philly.com

Google News - Sun, 04/16/2017 - 03:11

Philly.com

Democrats have little to show for fight to keep Gorsuch off court
Philly.com
But in the end, it was Gorsuch's "originalist" views of the Constitution - said by some legal scholars to be more extreme than those of Scalia or his acolyte, Justice Clarence Thomas - that led the minority party to dare Senate Republicans to execute ...
How American politics might be overhauled by a little-noticed procedural change680 News

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Is the US Constitution a fixed document or a work in progress? - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

Google News - Sat, 04/15/2017 - 23:46

The San Luis Obispo Tribune

Is the US Constitution a fixed document or a work in progress?
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
Generally, Republicans have a limited view of government: conservative, negative, reactionary, looking backward in time, embracing the status quo. Whereas Democrats have an expansive view: liberal, progressive, proactive, looking forward in time, ...

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Liberals fume at Democratic establishment as timid about Trump - The Providence Journal

Google News - Sat, 04/15/2017 - 21:35

The Providence Journal

Liberals fume at Democratic establishment as timid about Trump
The Providence Journal
After a long-shot Democratic candidate came within 7 points of winning a Kansas congressional district last week that has been Republican for more than 20 years, progressive strategists blamed the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for not ...

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Team Obama, Hollywood, and the “Resistance” descend on Georgia's 6th District - legal Insurrection (blog)

Google News - Sat, 04/15/2017 - 20:10

legal Insurrection (blog)

Team Obama, Hollywood, and the “Resistance” descend on Georgia's 6th District
legal Insurrection (blog)
While losing the House seat vacated by Tom Price in Georgia's 6th district will make little immediate difference in real terms for Republicans, doing so will provide an unwelcome boost of morale and momentum to anti-Trump regressives. Democrats and ...

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150 people show for 1st gubernatorial forum of cycle - WZZM

Google News - Sat, 04/15/2017 - 19:42

WZZM

150 people show for 1st gubernatorial forum of cycle
WZZM
While the November 2018 election is far off, Democratic candidates are hitting the road, and they participated in the forum — the first in this election cycle — in an attempt to capitalize on the distress some voters are feeling over the presidency ...

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