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Feb 26 2015
The right’s fear of education: What I learned as a (former) conservative military man
Why are Republicans constantly bashing college these days? I was one of them -- and the answer may surprise you.Salon
Sep 04 2020
Republicans credit Trump's intense outreach for growing Latino support
Republicans say President Trump’s decision to make Hispanic voters a priority is boosting his support with this critical bloc in public opinion polls and threatening Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s prospects in key battleground states.
Trump received 28% of the Hispanic vote four years ago. But a fresh national poll from Quinnipiac University pegged the president’s support with thisWashington Examiner
Jan 25 2020
Sanders Seizes Lead in Volatile Iowa Race, Times Poll Finds
DES MOINES — Senator Bernie Sanders has opened up a lead in Iowa just over a week before the Democratic caucuses, consolidating support from liberals and benefiting from divisions among more moderate presidential candidates who are clustered behind him, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll of likely caucusgoers.
Mr. Sanders has gained six points since the last Times-SienaNew York Times (News)
Jan 20 2023
Florida Blocks New AP African-American Studies Curriculum
The Florida Department of Education blocked a new College Board AP African-American Studies curriculum, determining the course to be "inexplicably contrary to Florida law" and lacking "educational value."
The Details: The AP African-American Studies course is a new addition to the College Board curriculum, currently being tested in around 60 schools. According to the AP website, theNewsweek RollingStone.com National Review
Jun 27 2019
1st 2020 Democratic Debate
10 Democratic presidential candidates took to the debate stage Wednesday night and fielded questions on healthcare policy, immigration, and a slew of other topics. (NBC News)
The left generally thinks Senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker had a good night, and has some critiques for the moderators.
“Warren's message on domestic politics was consistent from front to back—she'sThe Flip Side
May 03 2015
Why British politics are even more dysfunctional than America's
If politicians feel unloved in America, they should try Britain.
Here, voters castigate politicians as liars on live television, tell pollsters by 10-1 margins that their leaders don't care for the national interest and have descended into a corrosive countrywide funk challenging the very legitimacy of government.
Now the electorate may add a doCNN (Online News)
Sep 04 2019
The 10 counties that will decide the 2020 election
Three years after a presidential election that came down to 77,000 votes in three Midwestern battlegrounds, Democrats and Republicans are eyeing a much larger battlefield ahead of the 2020 contests, one that stretches from the picturesque coastline of rural Maine to the high desert of Arizona.
Both President Trump’s campaign and the Democrats vying to replace him are scrutinizing aThe Hill
Jul 09 2021
When Donald Trump Thinks He Has Been CancelledFrom the Center
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Donald Trump’s latest attempt at performance art has just arrived, in the form of his announcement of a lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter, Google and their CEOs under the dubious grounds that their decisions to ban him from their platforms represented a violation of his First Amendment right to free speech. Legal expertsDan Schnur
Jan 24 2016
As Washington publically frets over storm, GOP worries about impact of Trump, Cruz on Hill majority
Essentially everyone in Washington is freaking out about the blizzard.
But for several weeks now, many congressional Republicans have privately freaked out about the prospects of Donald Trump or, to a lesser degree, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, emerging as the party’s standard-bearer in the presidential sweepstakes.
The theory is that both candidates are so polarizing that theirFox News (Online News)
Jan 26 2013
Can Republicans get their act together before Obama 'pulverizes' the right?
Meeting in Charlotte, N.C., this week, a weakened Republican National Committee laid out plans for how to regain the GOP's electoral footing after losses in 2012. But questions about where Republicans really stand went unanswered.Christian Science Monitor