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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Mark Udall
Anyone who thinks that the American fracking revolution will have no effect on the 2014 election hasn't been looking at Colorado lately.
Democrats are clearly convinced that the "war on women" strategy is key to their success in 2014, but they're facing backlash from conservative women.
The Colorado Senate race is still locked in a statistical tie, but now Republican Rep. Cory Gardner is the candidate leading by a nose, according to a poll released Thursday.
After a landslide victory in 2008, Barack Obama and his political advisors vowed to not only fundamentally change America, but to lock down their victory by fundamentally changing the politics of the American West.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell pushed back Tuesday at Democrats' claims the GOP is harming women with their support of the Supreme Court's recent birth-control decision by highlighting the less popular aspects of Obamacare as a whole.
Still smarting over the eminently reasonable Supreme Court Hobby Lobby ruling, the left is on an unholy tear.
President Obama escaped Washington this week to mingle with average Americans and raise money for Democrats, but the purpose of his trip has been lost in a haze of political headaches.
Sen. Mark Udall canceled plans Wednesday to appear at a fundraiser in Colorado with President Obama, saying that he could no longer make it home for the event because of changes to his workload on Capitol Hill.
Crossroads GPS, a group co-founded by Karl Rove, announced Tuesday that it is putting nearly $900,000 into attack ads targeting vulnerable Senate Democrats in Colorado and Arkansas, knocking them for their support of the Obama administration's policies.
Colorado Democrats ducking President Obama's speech here Wednesday morning are drawing hoots for their less-than-convincing excuses.
Colorado's vulnerable Sen. Mark Udall won't stump beside President Obama in Denver this week but will join him for a fund-raising event, the senator's campaign said Monday.
Everybody loves Gabby Giffords — just not necessarily Democrats on the campaign trail.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid isn't taking back comments he made during a private fundraiser this month in which he called Colorado's Republican Senate candidate "a real loser."
Other vulnerable Senate Democrats in tight re-election battles are embracing the Keystone XL pipeline and stiff-arming President Obama — but not Colorado's Mark Udall.
Coloradans can expect bad news Friday. Depending on where they live, their health insurance premiums are going up.
Udall said in the letter.
Udall said declassification would ensure a "long overdue public debate" that sets the record straight.