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College Campuses Are In Trouble, But They Can Save America - The Daily Caller

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 19:05

College Campuses Are In Trouble, But They Can Save America
The Daily Caller
According to Pew Research Data, 58% of Republicans and Republican leaning independents say colleges and universities have a negative effect on the way things are going in the country while 75% of democrats see colleges as having a positive effect on ...

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California's 'four-party' system - Capitol Weekly

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 15:34

Capitol Weekly

California's 'four-party' system
Capitol Weekly
For more than 165 years, political battles in California have played out almost entirely within the framework of a two-party system. There are signs that may be changing. Differing ideologies within each party are competing for money, supporters and ...

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Alt-right, alt-left and in between - Nevada Appeal

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 15:21

Nevada Appeal

Alt-right, alt-left and in between
Nevada Appeal
Republicans today claim they're not alt-right, that they're the Party of Lincoln, ignoring the fact that Lincoln was a progressive liberal who was fighting the conservative Democrats. The Democrats wanted to preserve the status quo, including slavery.

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Progressive Socialism And The Democrats - The Liberty Conservative

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 14:08

Progressive Socialism And The Democrats
The Liberty Conservative
The liberals of the Democratic Party have given way to the progressive-socialists that have overtaken their party. Every law ... The perception that the Democratic Party is that they must retain power, and that the end justifies the means. This is ...

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Robinson: How everything we know about politics is changing - The Mercury News

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 14:02

The Mercury News

Robinson: How everything we know about politics is changing
The Mercury News
My view is that the traditional left-to-right, progressive-to-conservative, Democratic-to-Republican political axis that we're all so familiar with is no longer a valid schematic of American political opinion. And I believe neither party has the ...
Did she mention Scranton? The 15 Top Pa. shout-outs in Hillary Clinton's 'What Happened'PennLive.com
Hillary Clinton is still in denial about how she lost the Midwest (Copy)Washington Examiner
Hillary Clinton: Should she stay or should she go?Los Angeles Times
Washington Post
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Sean Spicer's joke is on us, and we're not amused - Sacramento Bee

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 08:30

Sacramento Bee

Sean Spicer's joke is on us, and we're not amused
Sacramento Bee
Eugene Robinson: The traditional left-to-right, progressive-to-conservative, Democratic-to-Republican political axis that we're all so familiar with is no longer a valid schematic of American political opinion. And I believe neither party has the ...

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The stark difference between Republicans and Democrats on health care couldn't be clearer - Washington Post

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 08:15

Washington Post

The stark difference between Republicans and Democrats on health care couldn't be clearer
Washington Post
To pay for it, he proposes a range of progressive taxes. The wealthy would end up paying ... Moderate and conservative Democrats are uneasy in the face of Republican salvos about the “government takeover of health care.” Polling shows that Medicare for ...
Senate Republicans fast-track last-ditch Obamacare repealChicago Tribune
Obamacare Repeal Is Closer Than You ThinkDaily Beast
Arizona Governor Backs O'care Repeal, Likely Securing McCain's And Flake's VotesTPM

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Your Refusal To Date Conservatives Is One Reason We Have Donald Trump - The Federalist

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 07:30

The Federalist

Your Refusal To Date Conservatives Is One Reason We Have Donald Trump
The Federalist
This is all developing at a time of increasing polarization in politics. In 2014, the Pew Research Center conducted a study on this issue and found 43 percent of Republicans had a “very unfavorable view” of Democrats, up from 17 percent in 1994. Thirty ...

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Your Refusal To Date Conservatives Is One Reason We Have Donald Trump - The Federalist

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 07:30

The Federalist

Your Refusal To Date Conservatives Is One Reason We Have Donald Trump
The Federalist
The popular dating website OkCupid announced Wednesday that it would make the online dating scene a little easier for progressives who can't risk interacting with someone with whom they disagree (imagine the horror!). They announced a partnership with ...

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Can Conservative Journalism Survive? - The Atlantic

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 06:46

The Atlantic

Can Conservative Journalism Survive?
The Atlantic
During the 1950s, when the postwar governing establishment presumed a liberal consensus and the right was as internally divided as it is now, William F. Buckley built a competing coalition in part by winning converts on the right to conservatism ...

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Jennifer Rubin: Name tags for the Trump era - WatertownDailyTimes.com

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 05:42

Los Angeles Times

Jennifer Rubin: Name tags for the Trump era
WatertownDailyTimes.com
or “Conservatives want …” and we would know about whom they were speaking. There were always gradations within parties, but we generally knew what “Democratic,” “Republican,” “conservative,” etc. meant. Then came President Donald Trump. Headline ...
Column: Name tags for the Trump eraTBO.com
Democrats' road to winning back the House goes through California, and it won't be as easy as it seemsLos Angeles Times
In the Pale Moonlight (Part II)Cincinnati Republic
Times Record News
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What Happened? America's Political Axis Tilted. - RealClearPolitics

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 05:35

RealClearPolitics

What Happened? America's Political Axis Tilted.
RealClearPolitics
My view is that the traditional left-to-right, progressive-to-conservative, Democratic-to-Republican political axis that we're all so familiar with is no longer a valid schematic of American political opinion. And I believe neither party has the ...
Hillary Clinton is still in denial about how she lost the Midwest (Copy)Washington Examiner
Hillary Clinton: Should she stay or should she go?Los Angeles Times
RTs = endorsements? Trump's retweets of outlandish memes a signal to his baseWashington Post

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The Progressive Double Standard on Feminism - National Review

Google News - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 04:15

National Review

The Progressive Double Standard on Feminism
National Review
Like most liberals, Pelosi is always ready to praise empowered women who have risen to the top . . . except for when she isn't. In this instance and countless others, Trump's rise to power — facilitated by a handful of evidently talented women — has ...

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The 2016 election was not a fluke - Washington Post

Google News - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 19:48

Aiken Standard

The 2016 election was not a fluke
Washington Post
My view is that the traditional left-to-right, progressive-to-conservative, Democratic-to-Republican political axis that we're all so familiar with is no longer a valid schematic of American political opinion. And I believe neither party has the ...
Column: Progressives should push proudly for Medicare for allAiken Standard
Opinion/Column: Progressives should push for Medicare for allThe Daily Progress
Eugene Robinson: Progressives should push proudly for Medicare for allAnniston Star
Asheville Citizen-Times -Eureka Street (registration) -Heritage.org
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Column: Name tags for the Trump era - TBO.com

Google News - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 13:54

Los Angeles Times

Column: Name tags for the Trump era
TBO.com
or "Conservatives want …" and we would know about whom they were speaking. There were always gradations within parties, but we generally knew what "Democratic," "Republican," "conservative," etc., meant. Then came President Donald Trump. Headline ...
Democrats' road to winning back the House goes through California, and it won't be as easy as it seemsLos Angeles Times
With little to lose, Democrats cautiously share the driver's seat with TrumpWashington Post
Jim Fossel: GOP should learn from debt dealKennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
RollingStone.com -Concord Monitor -Times Record News
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Senate GOP fast-tracks last-ditch ACA repeal - Winston-Salem Journal

Google News - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 13:54

Winston-Salem Journal

Senate GOP fast-tracks last-ditch ACA repeal
Winston-Salem Journal
WASHINGTON - Senate Republican leaders seem increasingly focused on reviving their effort to undo the Affordable Care Act before the end of the month, asking Congress's nonpartisan budget analysts to fast-track consideration of a plan that would ...
Senate Republicans Considering One Last Effort To 'Repeal And Replace' ObamacareOutside the Beltway
How Trumpcare 5.0 rose from the deadMic

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Column: Name tags for the Trump era - Tampabay.com

Google News - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 13:52

Los Angeles Times

Column: Name tags for the Trump era
Tampabay.com
Once upon a time, the media could say or write "Democrats think …" or "Conservatives want …" and we would know about whom they were speaking. There were always gradations within parties, but we generally knew what "Democratic," "Republican ...
Democrats' road to winning back the House goes through California, and it won't be as easy as it seemsLos Angeles Times
With little to lose, Democrats cautiously share the driver's seat with TrumpWashington Post
Jim Fossel: GOP should learn from debt dealKennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

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Jeff Sessions should be tired of losing - SFGate

Google News - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 12:05

Jeff Sessions should be tired of losing
SFGate
Opposition to relaxing asset-forfeiture limits produced a strange-bedfellows effort by members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus and liberal progressives. Sponsors of the amendment included Reps. Justin Amash ... Sessions's insistence that the ...

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Jennifer Rubin: In the Trump era, old labels don't mean so much - Salt Lake Tribune

Google News - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 11:21

Washington Post

Jennifer Rubin: In the Trump era, old labels don't mean so much
Salt Lake Tribune
Once upon a time, the media could say or write “Democrats think. . . .” or “Conservatives want. . . ” and we would know about whom they were speaking. There were always gradations within parties, but we generally knew what “Democratic,” “Republican,” ...
With little to lose, Democrats cautiously share the driver's seat with TrumpWashington Post
Jim Fossel: GOP should learn from debt dealKennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
Trump and Democrats Are Talking. Will Their Parties Listen?euronews
American Thinker (blog)
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Liberals abandon logic to weaponize 'white supremacy' - The Hill

Google News - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 11:10

The Hill

Liberals abandon logic to weaponize 'white supremacy'
The Hill
The progressive commentariat is abandoning the widely understood meaning of white supremacy and repurposing it to placate their angry, anti-Trump base. They are also creating associations between anything Republican or conservative and white ...

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