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Dems, Don’t Say Niger Is ‘Trump’s Benghazi’

October 24, 2017

[ Originally published on this site as post ] Not content to trash-talk a congresswoman, our president went right after a war widow Monday morning, insisting on Twitter that his conversation with Myeshia Johnson was […]

Climate Change

Downgraded

October 23, 2017

[ Originally published on this site as post ] As Hurricane Harvey roared toward the Texas coast in late August, weather models showed something that forecasters had never seen before: predictions of four feet of […]

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Club Fed

October 23, 2017

[ Originally published on this site as post ] When Robert Mueller was tapped to investigate Russian meddling in last year’s presidential election, white-collar defense attorneys in Washington pumped their fists and readied their invoices. […]

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Liberals, Stop Applauding George W. Bush

October 23, 2017

[ Originally published on this site as post ] George W. Bush left office as one of the most reviled presidents in modern history—even by many Republicans’ estimation—but he’s found a path to rehabilitation: reminding […]

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Can Democrats Win Rural Virginia Voters?

October 23, 2017

[ Originally published on this site as post ] Western Virginia should be an easy win for Ed Gillespie, the Republican nominee for governor. It is mostly white and firmly conservative, a long-time base for […]

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