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The Real Mitt Romney on 'To Tell The Truth' - NewBostonPost (blog)

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 18:53

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The Real Mitt Romney on 'To Tell The Truth'
NewBostonPost (blog)
At that time, I was a Northeast liberal Republican imitating Bay State Governor Bill Weld, whose socially liberal positions earned him national media praise as the most pro-abortion and pro-LGBT chief executive in America. Considering Weld's statewide ...

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Rush: Trump wins whenever he goes conservative - WND.com

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 17:20

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Rush: Trump wins whenever he goes conservative
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Now, maybe Bannon, some of his people picked it up and ran with it because, 'If that's what people thought it was, then fine. We'll give 'em what they think we're doing.' But really, you'd have to look far and wide to find a more conservative ...

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Why are Democrats so afraid of taxes? - The Outline

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 14:51

The Outline

Why are Democrats so afraid of taxes?
The Outline
In February Bloomberg piece, columnist Conor Sen correctly argued that Democrats need to win over districts like those in California that moved toward Clinton. However, Sen ultimately concluded that the winning message for Democrats will be one of free ...

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GOP wins control of Virginia House after lottery draw favors Republican - Metro Weekly

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 13:33

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GOP wins control of Virginia House after lottery draw favors Republican
Metro Weekly
Some Democrats came close to knocking off incumbents in a handful of contested races in Virginia Beach, Fredericksburg, the Richmond suburbs, and Fairfax County, but the GOP eventually pulled away, leaving the Yancey-Simonds race to determine whether ...

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Jeff Sessions is on the wrong side of marijuana legalization. Can Democrats take advantage? - NBCNews.com

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 11:14

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Jeff Sessions is on the wrong side of marijuana legalization. Can Democrats take advantage?
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To put it simply, liberals' slow evolution on the issue is hurting the party; It's clear Democrats could easily turn marijuana into a winning issue. According to Gallup polling, 64 percent of Americans now support legal marijuana, and the issue polls ...

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Meet the anti-Trump candidate running to become the United States' first Native American governor - AOL

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 10:12

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Meet the anti-Trump candidate running to become the United States' first Native American governor
AOL
Paulette Jordan, a 37-year-old Idaho state representative and member of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, is running as a progressive Democrat to try and become state governor. “We're blessed with land. We're blessed with the goodness of what the land gives ...

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Feeling blue, Seattle? The rest of Washington is optimistic - Crosscut

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 08:12

Crosscut

Feeling blue, Seattle? The rest of Washington is optimistic
Crosscut
In fact, liberal Seattle and conservative Eastern Washington are in agreement: 28 percent of Seattleites say taxes are a top priority, as do 26 percent of those east of the Cascades. Growing tax fatigue could be part of it, but for Seattleites, so is ...

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Letter: Liberals welcome economic growth, but fear tax bill's impact - Delmarva Daily Times

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 07:01

Delmarva Daily Times

Letter: Liberals welcome economic growth, but fear tax bill's impact
Delmarva Daily Times
Conservative perspectives on progressive politics can be intriguing. Unfortunately, they frequently veer into hyperbole, straw-man arguments and mischaracterizations of reality. Such was Mark Edney's recent piece regarding Republican tax legislation ...
Democrat Outrage Over GOP Tax Cuts Unfounded, ImmoralPatriot Post
Why Progressives Shouldn't Assume Republicans Will 'Move On' From ACA RepealHuffPost
The GOP Needs a Populist ResetNational Review
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Bridging Conservative Divides - RealClearPolitics

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 06:21

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Bridging Conservative Divides
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Implacably averse to the president whom they regard as an existential threat to the republic, leading Never-Trumpers have thrown their lot in with progressives. Meanwhile, a new breed of “paleoconservative” seeks to restore the true conservatism. They ...

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Tina Smith Has Just 10 Months to Keep Her New Job - Roll Call

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 05:10

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Tina Smith Has Just 10 Months to Keep Her New Job
Roll Call
What Democrats think could give Smith a running start — her political experience — Republicans are looking forward to using against her. “It would make a difference if she were going to be a campaign manager. But she's a candidate. It's very ...

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The Political Word for 2018? Enough. - Lynchburg News and Advance

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 04:06

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The Political Word for 2018? Enough.
Lynchburg News and Advance
Since electoral politics is about addition rather than subtraction, progressives ought to welcome the anti-Trump conservatives without expecting them to alter all their views. Again, none of this requires the left to abandon its purposes. Many ...

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Republicans to Warren: Please, please, run for president - Sacramento Bee

Google News - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 00:49

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Republicans to Warren: Please, please, run for president
Sacramento Bee
Progressive activists adore her, her campaign cash is piling up and she is celebrated by liberals as a key leader of the “resistance” to Donald Trump. But no one relishes the prospect of an Elizabeth Warren presidential bid quite like Republicans do ...
The Memo: DACA tensions roil GOPThe Hill
EJ Dionne: The word for 2018: EnoughSalt Lake Tribune
The GOP Needs a Populist ResetNational Review
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A few liberties taken Writer not so much liberal or progressive as 'anti-stupid' - The Winchester Star

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 22:07

A few liberties taken Writer not so much liberal or progressive as 'anti-stupid'
The Winchester Star
He lumps me together with all liberals or progressives, and then proceeds to tell readers what progressives, and therefore me, believe in terms of various and sundry hot-button issues. Thus, he states that I “endorse and support such unbelievable ...

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What Angela Merkel could tell Republicans about the midterms - Washington Post

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 19:57

Washington Post

What Angela Merkel could tell Republicans about the midterms
Washington Post
Donald Trump won the presidency by validating “the ancient and venerable prejudices and opinions” of his supporters and by promising to resist the profanation of what they considered holy. In doing so, Trump shattered the long-standing but ...

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Will Arkansas join the red state revolt? - Arkansas Times

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 18:39

Arkansas Times

Will Arkansas join the red state revolt?
Arkansas Times
The scale of such a progressive wave in Arkansas cannot be overstated. A flip of 16 or more seats between parties has only happened once in the last half century . That, of course, was in 2008 when an anti-Obama Republican wave crashed through a ...

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Politics 101: Five Fresno Area Races to Watch - gvwire.com

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 16:07

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Politics 101: Five Fresno Area Races to Watch
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Clint Olivier, the District 7 representative, terms out after 2018. The city established District 7, which covers central Fresno, in 2000. Only three men have represented the area: the father-son duo of Henry R. Perea and Henry T. Perea, and since 2011 ...

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Republicans to Warren: Please, please, run for president - The Olympian

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 15:31

Republicans to Warren: Please, please, run for president
The Olympian
Progressive activists adore her, her campaign cash is piling up and she is celebrated by liberals as a key leader of the “resistance” to Donald Trump. But no one relishes the prospect of an Elizabeth Warren presidential bid quite like Republicans do ...

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Define extremists in terms of centrists, not the other way around - The Hill

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 13:26

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Define extremists in terms of centrists, not the other way around
The Hill
Why are those in the political center defined in terms of those on the political extremes? Those in the middle, at least in the United States, are typically called “moderates.” To be a moderate is to be someone who does not take a purest line. One can ...

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Politics not off-limits for Wisconsin court candidate - Minnesota Lawyer

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 12:33

Minnesota Lawyer

Politics not off-limits for Wisconsin court candidate
Minnesota Lawyer
Nearly 30 years ago, when he was 19 and 20, Screnock was twice arrested and ticketed for trespassing and obstructing officers while participating in anti-abortion protests. Dallet campaign manager Jessica Lovejoy has questioned how Burns could be ...

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Doug Jones Is Entering the Senate As a Regular Democrat Who's Open to Bipartisanship - New York Magazine

Google News - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 12:11

New York Magazine

Doug Jones Is Entering the Senate As a Regular Democrat Who's Open to Bipartisanship
New York Magazine
Conservative media seem confident in projecting that Jones will be one of those “moderate Democratic” swing voters in the Senate. But in the Trump era it's not clear what that will mean, since other Democrats from conservative states who make ...
Doug Jones joins the Senate: How will he vote?CNN

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