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Politico's Edward-Isaac Dovere Gambles His Sanity on a 4000-word Article About Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Predictable Flameout

She’s become a liability to the Democratic National Committee, and even to her own prospects, critics say

This news isn’t surprising, to anyone but hard-core Wasserman supporters (they must exist, somewhere, not counting her immediate family) but… 1,025 more words


People Want to Define "Progressive" Because Progressives Matter

Something else occurred to me about the squabbling over who’s progressive and who isn’t. Perhaps the reason all the Democratic candidates for governor, for Mayor of Providence, and even Buddy Cianci want to use the label “progressive” is that people who call themselves progressive matter as voters. 223 more words

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Democrats launch Benghazi website ahead of committee hearing - By David Sherfinski -Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Ahead of the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s highly-anticipated first public hearing Wednesday, Democrats offered some of their own answers to questions surrounding the terrorist attack while Republicans urged them not to prejudge the investigation before it starts. 237 more words


Hillary's return to Iowa|Once more unto the breach - Sep 15th 2014, 3:45 by Lexington | INDIANOLA, IOWA

THE one thing about Hillary Clinton that currently excites Iowa Democrats is the idea that she might seek the presidency. For the moment, it probably does not matter that her return to Iowa on September 14th—her first visit after her shock third-place finish in the state’s 2008 Democratic caucus, behind Barack Obama and John Edwards—felt a little underwhelming. 406 more words


On Immigration Reform, It's Minority Rule

Beyond all the gridlock and brinkmanship in Congress, the true testament to how dysfunctional our democracy is at the moment is Barack Obama’s recent delay on immigration reform. 316 more words


Carney: 'Not Going To Be A Good Year For Democrats'

WASHINGTON (CBS DC) – Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney predicts that the November midterm elections will not bode well for the Democratic Party. 233 more words


Finding An Eye In The Needle?

ISIS has provoked a lot of talk but not a whole lot of action. NSA seems to be everywhere listening to the world’s communications, yet the where abouts of ISIS lot leaders seems a mystery. 473 more words

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