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Romanticizing outsiders

If I had a dollar for every time ‘online ink’ was spilled romanticizing the year of the outsider, I’d be Bill Gates wealthy. The GOP Establishment, which does exist, became a phrase that meant anyone that you disagreed with. After watching Donald Trump completely self-implode this week, I have a substantive suggestion. Let’s kill the […]

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Will the GOP go “Democrat” on the Republican Outsiders in the Primaries?

In the past I had put on my old Commie cap to imagine what the Democrats under Obama would do next. Today, it’s more complicated, …

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Sarah Palin Should Join the GOP’s Inglorious Basterds in the Senate

In September, 2013, a year before our 2014 election win, I wrote that “19 US Senators fired a shot heard around the world, which led directly to the government being shut down for two weeks. Maybe he drew the short straw, who knows, but of those 19 it was Ted Cruz whoRead More

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Another liberal gets ‘Krugman-ized’

There was a time when Paul Krugman was considered a bight guy, especially when he talked economics. That Krugman doesn’t exist, at least not in public anymore. That Krugman disappeared when he decided it was more important to be a corrupt political hack than to be an expert economist. Sadly, Norm Ornstein, a resident scholar […]

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The GOP’s Default Sell-Out Position on Immigration, A Primer for Primary Challengers

Dave Brat challenges Eric Cantor in Virginia’s 7th District.

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