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Democratic Senators Running For Re-Election Are Lying To We The People: That's Straight Out Of Obama's Mouth

For the first time that I can remember in his presidency President Obama has finally told We The People the truth in the most unlikely matter. 544 more words

The Week in Politics

WAITING FOR THE THIRD DOT

Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party.

They say it takes “three points on a graph” to spot a trend. 126 more words

Politics

'Are u really that low?' MSNBC's Joy Reid puts the blame for Ebola where you'd expect

MSNBC’s Joy Reid has a message for “anti-government wingers”:

To the anti-government wingers in my thread: so far, the only "spread of Ebola" in the U.S.

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Red State Poor More Charitable Than Blue State Rich

Poorer Conservatives More Generous Than Wealthy Liberals

” Less well-off families from red states donate a relatively higher – and growing – proportion of their money to charity, while those at the top have been giving a smaller share as their income has increased, a new extensive study has revealed.

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Hypocrisy

"An Unlikely Opportunity?": It Could Come Down To Kansas, Where GOP Trails Badly

The news for Democrats in the latest round of Senate polling is sobering: Republicans have +4 point leads in enough states to give them a 50 Senate seats. 205 more words

Republicans

The Week in Politics

TRIGGER WARNING!

Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party.

To explain this week’s lesson on politics, we first need to address “trigger warnings.” This is when websites warn you that an article you’re about to click on might send you into trauma or a psychotic break because it reports on corn syrup. 350 more words

Politics

"So Far, So Feeble": GOP Governors Have A Problem; The Ways They Govern

Even as Republicans boast of their chances to take over the United States Senate come November, their party’s governors across the country are facing dimmer prospects. 682 more words

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