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- Hamas calls on Hezbollah to join in fight against Israel
- Senators to FIFA, others: Don’t reward Putin with the World Cup in 2018
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- Obama to Republicans: ‘Stop just hatin’ all the time’
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Politicians just can't give up their free-spending ways, and it's not difficult to find a Republican who wants to expand the government just like a Democrat.
Liberal Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander is in serious trouble. Polling shows his support is declining while challenger Joe Carr's support is taking off like a Saturn 5 rocket.
Few Democrats say things like, "the government is too big and intrusive, and we must cut red tape." But several Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee sounded like speakers at a Tea Party rally this week in defense of a bill to lift burdensome regulations from the abortion industry.
For many years, I've spent copious amounts of time delving into the disciplines of political parties, leaders and ideologies. It's a fascination that has gradually transformed into an obsession.
Over lunch recently in a local restaurant, I overheard a patron say, "The Tea Party is too far right." The man who made the comment is an older gentlemen in his early 90s, someone I've known through the restaurant for a long time.
The Tea Party dies at age 5. Its death will allow a better movement to grow.
The Republican National Committee better wake up, because the tea party is mad as hell and isn’t going to take it anymore.
K Street won a big one Tuesday night in Mississippi.
The Eric Cantor debacle in Virginia last week demanded a storyline, which required no heavy lifting.