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Dems debate limited options as Roe decision looms

1 hour ago   |   Politico

Senate Democrats know they could get a midterm boost by harnessing voter anger over the potential reversal of Roe v. Wade. Exactly how to do that is a bigger conundrum. The...
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Democrats are walking right into an Obamacare fiasco of their own making

Democrats are walking right into an Obamacare fiasco of their own making

1 hour ago   |   Politico

A little over a year ago, President Joe Biden signed into law a massive expansion of financial aid designed to bolster the Affordable Care Act and make health insurance more...
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Conservative Pundit Points Out The Republican 'Weak Spot' For 2022 Midterms

Conservative Pundit Points Out The Republican 'Weak Spot' For 2022 Midterms

2 hours ago   |   The Huffington Post

It “ought to be a major issue” that Democrats take to the GOP, commentator Charlie Sykes told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace.
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Ron Johnson's flimsy evidence that Democrats seek to ‘change the electorate'

3 hours ago   |   The Washington Post

The Wisconsin senator is taking out of context remarks from almost 10 years ago to make his case.
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Senate ships $40B Ukraine aid bill to Biden for signature

6 hours ago   |   My Sanantonio   |   2 articles

WASHINGTON - The Senate has whisked a $40 billion package of military, economic and food aid for Ukraine and U.S. allies to final congressional approval, putting a bipartisan...
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Former FBI official recounts alleged lie at heart of Sussmann trial

Former FBI official recounts alleged lie at heart of Sussmann trial

11 hours ago   |   Politico

A former top official at the FBI told a federal jury on Thursday that he was “100 percent confident” that Michael Sussmann, a prominent cybersecurity lawyer, said he wasn't...
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New Jersey governor backs Baker on sports betting, both push tax relief

New Jersey governor backs Baker on sports betting, both push tax relief

12 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

Gov. Charlie Baker had some small reason to celebrate this week, when a Democrat from Massachusetts went on record saying he hoped tax relief would occur before the end of...
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Abortion Decision Has No Impact On GOP Chances In Fall Elections

12 hours ago   |   DickMorris.com

A comparison of polling before and after the May 3, 2022, leak of the Alito opinion striking down Roe v. Wade shows no increase in Democratic fortunes in the coming...
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Lucas: Court should be protesting Biden, Schumer, not the other way around

12 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts ought to lead a protest march to the U.S. Capitol and call out Sen. Charles Schumer on the abortion issue. There, outside the U.S...
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2 senators are working across the aisle to address the mental health crisis

14 hours ago   |   NPR

Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy and Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy first teamed up six years ago on mental health legislation. Now, we check in on this unlikely duo's work to update it.
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George W. Bush Makes a Brutal Return to Our Psyche

This week, former President George W. Bush detonated a nostalgia bomb in my brain: In the midst of criticizing the Russian government in a speech in Dallas on Wednesday, Bush... Read more ...

Mark Esper's Fascinating Revelations Would Have Been Far More So in Real Time

In a recent interview, Mark Esper, who served as secretary of defense from July 23, 2019, to November 9, 2020, described Donald Trump as a “person driven by self-interest.”... Read more ...

Would These Undelivered Speeches Really Have Changed History?

One year after Joe Biden's inauguration, Amanda Gorman recounted how she almost didn't read her luminous poem, “ The Hill We Climb ,” at the ceremony that day, how she overcame... Read more ...

In Search of the Common Good

In her 2011 article “THE EROSION OF THE PUBLIC GOOD: THE IMPLICATIONS OF NEO-LIBERALISM FOR EDUCATION FOR DEMOCRACY,” Catherine Broom, professor of education at the University... Read more ...

Effort to recruit poll workers relaunches amid fears of shortage

Effort to recruit poll workers relaunches amid fears of shortage

Power the Polls, an effort backed by major civic groups and businesses that recruited hundreds of thousands of people to serve as poll workers in 2020, is relaunching its... Read more ...

The GOP rancher trying to save Idaho from the far right

The GOP rancher trying to save Idaho from the far right

Jennifer Ellis is the face of the movement that handed Donald Trump his biggest defeat of the year. She leads Take Back Idaho, a political action committee founded last year to... Read more ...

Andrew Hartzler Wasn't Allowed To Be Gay on Campus. So He's Suing

Andrew Hartzler Wasn't Allowed To Be Gay on Campus. So He's Suing

This article was produced in partnership with Type Investigations . TULSA, Okla. - In November 2017, just months into his freshman year at Oral Roberts University, Andrew... Read more ...

‘Uterus surveillance': The scramble to keep abortion data from prying eyes

‘Uterus surveillance': The scramble to keep abortion data from prying eyes

Telemedicine abortion groups, fearful of digital surveillance from states curbing access in a potential post-Roe nation, are shoring up privacy defenses and urging people... Read more ...

Democrats are walking right into an Obamacare fiasco of their own making

Democrats are walking right into an Obamacare fiasco of their own making

A little over a year ago, President Joe Biden signed into law a massive expansion of financial aid designed to bolster the Affordable Care Act and make health insurance more... Read more ...

Dems debate limited options as Roe decision looms

Senate Democrats know they could get a midterm boost by harnessing voter anger over the potential reversal of Roe v. Wade. Exactly how to do that is a bigger conundrum. The... Read more ...