In the previous posting Analysis looked at the lame duck fever in Ohio, the symptoms of which did not appear until after the midterm election. Ohio is not alone though it differs somewhat from its “rust belt” neighbors, Michigan and Wisconsin. 786 more words
Robert Costa and Phillip Rucker report in the Washington Post:
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A growing number of Republicans fear that a battery of new revelations in the far-reaching Russia investigation has dramatically heightened the legal and political danger to Donald Trump’s presidency — and threatens to consume the rest of the party, as well.
oh, golly, the party of racial justice is at it again:
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Republican state Rep. David Stringer… told that “racial tension” and multiculturalism made institutions like the military and the education system weaker and that immigration should be capped to “create more opportunity for assimilation, so it’s not too much too fast” …
tim scott, republican senator from south carolina and the only black republican currently serving in the united states senate, has said some lovely things recently in the wall street journal (which i’m getting from other sources because paywall) following his decision to oppose appointing a truly repulsive character, thomas farr, to the federal bench. 270 more words