The Brett Kavanaugh Sex Scandals Teach Us that Extremism, Even Supporting Torture, Are A-OK By Ted Rall

(link to post)A Commentary By Ted Rall Saturday, September 29, 2018 What is wrong with us? Specifically: What is wrong with liberal Democrats? Liberal Democrats are out to get Brett Kavanaugh. They are right to be; he is dangerous. Confirming Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court would lock in a right-wing majority for a generation. Abortion…

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Voter Opinions on Kavanaugh Grow Stronger

(link to post) Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Friday, September 28, 2018 As America becomes more familiar with Brett Kavanaugh, voters are developing strong opinions about the Supreme Court nominee, but their willingness to vote for senators who support him hasn’t wavered. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds…

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Epic document battle

(link to post)There’s an important undercurrent in Washington D.C. with Congress facing ongoing resistance from federal agencies amid the Trump-Russia probe. Some Republicans in Congress have been seeking documents that could get at the heart of alleged misbehavior by some in our intelligence community. But the very agencies that Congress oversees, including the Justice Department,…

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Voters Still See Benefit of UN Involvement

(link to post) Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Friday, September 28, 2018 President Trump reinforced his “America First” doctrine at the United Nations this week in a rejection of globalism, but nonetheless, voters still support our continued involvement in the UN and a growing number say the United States should continue to…

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How Abortion Polarized America By Michael Barone

(link to post)How Abortion Polarized America A Commentary By Michael Barone Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Friday, September 28, 2018 Here’s my question,” tweets legal scholar Jeffrey A. Sachs, obviously in response to the controversy over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. “what is the alternative reality where Roe was never decided, levels…

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America Deadlocks Over The ‘Case’ Against Kavanaugh

(link to post) Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Thursday, September 27, 2018 As the Senate Judiciary Committee prepares today to hear details of accuser Christine Ford’s allegation of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, America is a nation evenly divided against itself. Kavanaugh adamantly denies the charge. The question is…

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The Senate: How 2018 Sets Up 2020 By Kyle Kondik

(link to post)A Commentary By Kyle Kondik Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Thursday, September 27, 2018 Keeping an eye on the next map in this cycle’s closing stretch KEY POINTS FROM THIS ARTICLE — The 2018 Senate races are important not just for determining the majority next January, but also for setting…

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GOP Voters Want 'The Wall'; GOP Congress Doesn't

(link to post) Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Republican-led Congress has produced yet another big spending bill that fails to fund President Trump’s border wall even though a sizable majority of GOP voters supports the project. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that…

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Voters Not Confident Spending Cuts Are Coming

(link to post) Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Wednesday, September 26, 2018 With a new spending bill heading through Congress once again to keep the government operating, most voters don’t see significant government spending cuts coming anytime soon, even though they think those cuts are good for the economy. A new Rasmussen…

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Is 'America Great Again'? Voters Not Convinced It Is

(link to post) Related Articles Sign up for free daily updates Wednesday, September 26, 2018 It’s a rallying cry for President Trump: “Make America Great Again.” But nearly two years into Trump’s presidency, almost half of U.S. voters think more needs to be done. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that…

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