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Podcast: Matt Waters vs. Tim Kaine?

Battleground Virginia gets hotter as Libertarian Matt Waters enters the race to unseat Tim Kaine.

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Sen. Claire McCaskill (D): in

A few minutes ago at the Missouri Secretary of State:

U.S. Senator

Name Mailing Address Random Number Date Filed
Tony Monetti 610 SOUTHWEST DR WARRENSBURG MO 64093 264 2/27/2018 8:21 a.m.

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Debate in DC on autonomous cars

There’s debate in Washington DC this week over autonomous cars. Manufacturers are pushing for a change in the law that would allow them to market and sell fully autonomous cars. 36 more words

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Talking Libertariansm and Arming The Homeless with Brian Ellison

Today we talk to Brian Ellison, who is running on the Libertarian Party ticket for the US Senate in Michigan and discuss politics as well as his arming the homeless campaign. 17 more words


People "think" the ACA Individual Mandate and its "penalty" is gone thanks to the Tax Cut & Jobs Act of 2017. But is it and why are so many confused about it?

As happens so often, people hear about an action taken by some level of their local, state or Federal Government authority and misunderstand its effect it has on them as well as the timeline for that effect in their life. 526 more words


Heller Files For Re-Election to US Senate

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada Republican Dean Heller has filed to run for re-election to the U.S. Senate, formally setting the stage for one of the country’s highest profile Senate races in the midterm elections. 91 more words


Lazy Afternoon Reruns: "Twitter, Tim Scott, and the Strange Career of Jim Crow"

Since writing my last post about post-election racism on Twitter made me want to delve even further into this subject of race in Deep Southern politics, another noteworthy development within that same subject occurred just this week when South Carolina governor Nikki Haley appointed… 82 more words

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