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Hillary Clinton is right about Bernie Sanders - CNN

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 17:55

CNN

Hillary Clinton is right about Bernie Sanders
CNN
In it, according to excerpts posted by a group of Clinton supporters, she criticizes her primary opponent, Bernie Sanders, for running to be the Democratic nominee while not actually being a Democrat, and for targeting her in a campaign of character ...

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Mad About DACA? Win Some Elections. - POLITICO Magazine

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 16:19

Commentary Magazine

Mad About DACA? Win Some Elections.
POLITICO Magazine
In both the immigration and health care arenas, the Democrats' loss of power at every level below the presidency has meant that even some of the signature achievements of a progressive president have been built on structurally weak foundations ...
DACA and the Conservative's DilemmaCommentary Magazine
DACA Plan Could Begin GOP BattleDTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)
The DACA Fight and the End of PoliticsThe American Interest
The Hill
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Ideology Rules Today's Partisanship - The Mountaineer (subscription)

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 15:04

Ideology Rules Today's Partisanship
The Mountaineer (subscription)
But conservative Democrats regularly defeated progressive bills with Republican help, and they could pass much of their own agenda that way, also. Progressives could get a few votes from liberal, urban ... The parties are no longer wide umbrellas ...

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DACA and the Conservative's Dilemma - Commentary Magazine

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 13:08

Commentary Magazine

DACA and the Conservative's Dilemma
Commentary Magazine
Contrary to the pronouncements of a few conspicuously visible activists, there is no conservative consensus on immigration. The liveliness of the debate over how to approach immigration even today is a testament to the diversity of conservative ...
DACA Plan Could Begin GOP BattleDTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)
Trump Moves to End DACA and Calls on Congress to ActNew York Times
The DACA Fight and the End of PoliticsThe American Interest
The Hill
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Decision Time For Congressional Republicans - Forbes

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 09:35

Forbes

Decision Time For Congressional Republicans
Forbes
I write about the solutions, strategies, and values that will create an effective, mainstream conservative movement for a stronger America. Opinions expressed by Forbes ... for Republicans in Congress. Thus far they've played directly into the media ...
Trump, Congress face packed September agendaThe Hill
Republicans Gearing Up For Tax Reform As Congress Returns From RecessWestern Journalism

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Building Bridges of Faith - HuffPost

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 09:31

HuffPost

Building Bridges of Faith
HuffPost
... for example, an African-American Republican. Another might be a Southern Baptist liberal Democrat. In the 1940s an entire political party in Canada took a step in this direction when the Conservative Party changed its name to the Progressive ...

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Why Democrats have no foreign policy ideas - Vox

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 08:40

Vox

Why Democrats have no foreign policy ideas
Vox
Democratic members of Congress are happy to give fiery speeches condemning Trump's policies on terrorism or Russia, but that's not very different from what Republicans did on health care while President Barack Obama was in office. This isn't because ...

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Partisans, politics and squash - Salisbury Post

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 07:32

CNN International

Partisans, politics and squash
Salisbury Post
Progressives could get a few votes from liberal, urban Republicans. Republicans could get bills passed by secretly finding a conservative Democrat to sponsor them. The Democratic balance changed in the early 1990s, and progressives took charge of the ...
5 Questions for Democrats as Congress returnsWENY-TV
Claire McCaskill's balancing act: How to be a moderate in immoderate timesColumbia Daily Tribune

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DACA Plan Could Begin GOP Battle - DTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 07:12

USA TODAY

DACA Plan Could Begin GOP Battle
DTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)
One cautionary tale: the primary upset of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor to a conservative challenger in 2014 in a campaign that cast him as soft on illegal immigration. That loss convinced many House Republicans that pro-immigrant stances could ...
On DACA, President Trump Has No Easy PathNew York Times
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Dear JimThe Atlantic

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5 questions for Democrats as Congress returns - CNN International

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 06:09

CNN International

5 questions for Democrats as Congress returns
CNN International
With Trump now planning to phase it out, Democrats will lean on their Republican colleagues -- with the aid of a furious grass-roots movement that has been mobilizing for this moment -- to pass legislation, perhaps some form of the DREAM Act ...

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Democrats' blindspot: Our political system is rigged – and partisanship can't unrig it - Salon

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 05:00

Salon

Democrats' blindspot: Our political system is rigged – and partisanship can't unrig it
Salon
In this case, that means progressives will need to come out of their comfort zones and start engaging with the rest of the country. They must assertively move away from the Democrat vs. Republican or progressive vs. conservative framework, and support ...

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Paul O'Connor: Ideology rules today's partisanship - Lexington Dispatch

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 02:19

Paul O'Connor: Ideology rules today's partisanship
Lexington Dispatch
Progressives could get a few votes from liberal, urban Republicans. (No kidding!) Republicans could get bills passed by secretly finding a conservative Democrat to sponsor them. The Democratic balance changed in the early 1990s, and progressives took ...

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Ideology rules today's partisanship - Greenville Daily Reflector

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 00:20

Washington Post

Ideology rules today's partisanship
Greenville Daily Reflector
But conservative Democrats regularly defeated progressive bills with Republican help, and they could pass much of their own agenda that way, also. Progressives could get a few votes from liberal, urban ... The parties are no longer wide umbrellas ...
Commentary: Putting truth in a cageThe Statehouse File

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Leftist Arrogance - Canada Free Press

Mon, 09/04/2017 - 18:49

Leftist Arrogance
Canada Free Press
Karl Marx said that, “The meaning of peace is the absence of opposition to socialism,” and that is what the liberal left socialist commie progressive Democrats are shooting for. They are-obsessed in their opposition to anything Republican, conservative ...

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Douthat: Right-wing books, wrong answers - Longview News-Journal

Mon, 09/04/2017 - 17:56

Douthat: Right-wing books, wrong answers
Longview News-Journal
Flake borrows his title from Barry Goldwater's famous 1960 statement of libertarian principle, a response to big government hubris and a foundational text for the conservatism that eventually elected Ronald Reagan. For Flake, as for many Republican ...

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Commentary: Putting truth in a cage - The Statehouse File

Mon, 09/04/2017 - 14:53

Commentary: Putting truth in a cage
The Statehouse File
Other times, they inform me, particularly if I've said something nice about a Republican or a conservative, that I'm a traitor to the progressive cause and all notions of decency. My response to ... And, because I've never claimed to march under any ...

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Trump, Congress face packed September agenda - The Hill

Mon, 09/04/2017 - 12:15

Los Angeles Times

Trump, Congress face packed September agenda
The Hill
Lawmakers are gearing up for a four-month legislative sprint when they return to Washington in September. With fights looming over major policy battles and key pieces of the GOP agenda on the line, Republicans will need to juggle back-to-back ...
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Dear JimThe Atlantic
DACA Re-Amnesty Vote Jammed By Congress CalendarBreitbart News

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A Democratic governor in a Deep South, deep-red state - Anniston Star

Mon, 09/04/2017 - 11:35

Anniston Star

A Democratic governor in a Deep South, deep-red state
Anniston Star
Trump is in the White House; Republicans control Congress and most state legislatures; there are twice as many Republican governors as there are Democratic ones; conservatives hold a majority on the Supreme Court. Ever since stark reality set in after ...

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Groups opposing Trump turn attention to more local politics - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Mon, 09/04/2017 - 03:14

Groups opposing Trump turn attention to more local politics
Minneapolis Star Tribune
It's a page from the conservative movement's playbook, with activists and their chosen candidates operating mostly outside the official party structure to reshape Democrats' identity from the ground up. They want to win seats held by Republicans — as ...

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Groups opposing Trump turn attention to more local politics - WTOP

Mon, 09/04/2017 - 03:03

WTOP

Groups opposing Trump turn attention to more local politics
WTOP
It's a page from the conservative movement's playbook, with activists and their chosen candidates operating mostly outside the official party structure to reshape Democrats' identity from the ground up. They want to win seats held by Republicans — as ...

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