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Tyler Cowen column: Republicans are from Mars, Democrats are from Venus - Richmond.com

Sat, 04/07/2018 - 08:23

Richmond.com

Tyler Cowen column: Republicans are from Mars, Democrats are from Venus
Richmond.com
Explanations of the Donald Trump phenomenon often start with conservatives versus liberals, the rural-urban split, or perhaps race and immigration. Those all play a role, but the accumulation of evidence is validating a hypothesis from New York Times ...

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Are we really attempting to better ourselves, our nation? - Milton Daily Standard

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 18:10

Are we really attempting to better ourselves, our nation?
Milton Daily Standard
And as far as their personal political preferences go, among teachers conservative Christians stand beside liberal atheists, Republicans teach with Democrats, Abortion Rights advocates alongside Right-to-Lifers. There appears to be a warped sense of ...

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Since Chappaquiddick, Democrats' views of women have evolved. Republicans' still need to. - NBCNews.com

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 09:42

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Since Chappaquiddick, Democrats' views of women have evolved. Republicans' still need to.
NBCNews.com
Leaving aside the total moral bankruptcy of this position, it's telling that the most recent right-wing sexual assault gotcha is a quarter-century old. Democrats and liberals have been, and continue to be, as guilty as anyone when it comes to powerful ...

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Two Dogmas of Liberals Nowadays - The Real News Network

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 07:58

Two Dogmas of Liberals Nowadays
The Real News Network
The Democratic Party is the principal villain there. With our duopoly party system holding fast, and with the GOP led by and largely comprised of reactionaries (or worse), the Democratic Party is the only non-marginalized political vehicle that ...

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Democrats Say They'd Take Any GOP President But Trump. That's Not What They Said Before - The Federalist

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 07:27

The Federalist

Democrats Say They'd Take Any GOP President But Trump. That's Not What They Said Before
The Federalist
become a Mormon if it meant ending a Trump presidency. The list of progressives making an about-face on past Republicans goes on and on. We see what these left-wing pundits are suggesting: We don't hate all Republicans. Just this Republican. We are ...

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Letters to the Editor, April 6 - Mail Tribune

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 05:18

Letters to the Editor, April 6
Mail Tribune
Republican candidates are therefore on notice that they are not only running against Democrats, whether progressive, liberal or moderate, but are also running against conservatives. The implication is clear: any Republican candidate in 2018 is assumed ...

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Liz Peek: Trump gains ground, much to liberals' horror - Fox News

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 04:04

Fox News

Liz Peek: Trump gains ground, much to liberals' horror
Fox News
The same cannot be said for progressive Democrats or, for that matter, many of the Freedom Caucus very conservative types. How do we know? Polling on the “direction of the country” indicates that Americans are more positive on what's going on in the ...

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Nessel, Miles fight for Dem 'endorsement' in AG race - The Detroit News

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 22:40

Nessel, Miles fight for Dem 'endorsement' in AG race
The Detroit News
The attorney general's race is emerging as a public proxy war between traditional liberal Democrats and grassroots “progressives” seeking to move the party farther to the left, said Lansing-based strategist and pollster Ed Sarpolus. The dynamics are ...

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Wisconsin Election Highlights Scott Walker's Shrinking Influence - Care2.com

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 16:02

Salon

Wisconsin Election Highlights Scott Walker's Shrinking Influence
Care2.com
Wisconsinites hit the voting booths on April 3 and granted Democrats yet another success in the midterm races. Progressives outperformed conservatives in Wisconsin – which is encouraging, considering that the state voted for President Donald Trump in ...
After Supreme Court loss, Scott Walker turns to fundraising with 'anger of the Left' warningsMadison.com
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The end of New York's 'independent Democrats,' explained - Hudson Valley 360

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 13:08

The end of New York's 'independent Democrats,' explained
Hudson Valley 360
They lost nothing by breaking with their minority-status party; they gained clout by working with Republicans. In 2012, Democrats won a majority of state Senate seats, but the IDC stayed in formation, and the odd coalition continued for years, with ...

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The Lesson From Pennsylvania - A Magazine of American Culture

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 09:24

A Magazine of American Culture

The Lesson From Pennsylvania
A Magazine of American Culture
The nice Republicans are conservatives whose self-conscious gentility assures their political moderation, people with lowered opinions and quieted voices to match them. Nice Republicans used to have their counterparts in the Democratic and socialist ...

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Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer launches $3.5m campaign in Pa | Thursday Morning Coffee - PennLive.com

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 07:47

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Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer launches $3.5m campaign in Pa | Thursday Morning Coffee
PennLive.com
For progressives, he's a bit of an icon. For conservatives, he's the bogeyman that Republican mothers use to get their kids to go to bed at night. Steyer's super-PAC NextGen America is looking to initially spend $3.5 million in Pennsylvania, hitting 75 ...

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Why Big Tech Needs To Fix Its Image Problem With Conservatives Pronto - The Federalist

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 07:26

The Federalist

Why Big Tech Needs To Fix Its Image Problem With Conservatives Pronto
The Federalist
Though popular culture is clearly controlled by liberals and Democrats, and therefore speaks loudest about technology from their perspective, the view from here is that in fact it is Republicans and conservatives who pose the greater political threat ...

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Why Big Tech Needs To Fix Its Image Problem With Conservatives Pronto - The Federalist

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 07:26

The Federalist

Why Big Tech Needs To Fix Its Image Problem With Conservatives Pronto
The Federalist
Though popular culture is clearly controlled by liberals and Democrats, and therefore speaks loudest about technology from their perspective, the view from here is that in fact it is Republicans and conservatives who pose the greater political threat ...

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Dare to listen, dare to disagree - Duke Chronicle

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 00:10

Duke Chronicle

Dare to listen, dare to disagree
Duke Chronicle
Many of my conservative friends find themselves uncomfortable or unable to speak up in class discussions. They have expressed fear of being verbally attacked or simply dismissed and disregarded. Although I would classify myself between a progressive ...

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The end of New York's 'independent Democrats,' explained - Washington Post

Wed, 04/04/2018 - 21:15

Washington Post

The end of New York's 'independent Democrats,' explained
Washington Post
Who runs the state Senate now? Republicans. Even if Democrats win two special Senate elections this month — they held both seats previously — they will have 32 members to the GOP's 31. The wrinkle is that one of those Democrats is Sen. Simcha Felder ...

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Progressives Just Won A Major Victory In New York Politics - HuffPost

Wed, 04/04/2018 - 18:36

HuffPost

Progressives Just Won A Major Victory In New York Politics
HuffPost
... for Republican control, claiming they have moderated a GOP agenda that would pass with Felder's help anyway. But progressive activists, some of whom are backing a primary challenge against Felder as well, have lambasted the IDC members as “Trump ...

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After Supreme Court loss, Scott Walker turns to fundraising with 'anger of the Left' warnings - Madison.com

Wed, 04/04/2018 - 16:57

Salon

After Supreme Court loss, Scott Walker turns to fundraising with 'anger of the Left' warnings
Madison.com
... progressive leaders who will invest in the kinds of programs that people need." A stark enthusiasm gap exists between voters in the two parties. According to a Marquette University Law School poll released last month, 64 percent of Democrats are ...
Scott Walker in trouble? Wisconsin Democrats “feeling very hopeful” after election winSalon

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Liberal Supreme Court victory was boosted by fired-up Democratic base and Dane County landslide - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)

Wed, 04/04/2018 - 16:40

Liberal Supreme Court victory was boosted by fired-up Democratic base and Dane County landslide
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)
The third caveat is there is no way of knowing based solely on Tuesday's returns how much of Dallet's victory is explained by Democrats turning out at higher rates than Republicans, and how much is explained by voters shifting in their preferences ...

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Republicans warn of 'blue wave' in November after Rebecca Dallet's win - La Crosse Tribune

Wed, 04/04/2018 - 14:17

La Crosse Tribune

Republicans warn of 'blue wave' in November after Rebecca Dallet's win
La Crosse Tribune
Dallet strength outside liberal areas. State Republican Party spokesman Alec Zimmerman said Wednesday that Dallet's victory isn't necessarily indicative of what will happen in the fall election. As an example he pointed to conservative Michael Gableman ...

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