Today, three-quarters of the states are controlled by either Republicans or Democrats, more than at any time in recent memory. Elected officials in these states are moving unencumbered to enact their party’s agenda. . . [read on]
The NYT story on what really happened in Benghazi has triggered howls of outrage from the right: How dare the facts not support our narrative?
Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA), a member of the House Intelligence Committee, on Monday accused the New York Times of using its investigation into the Benghazi attack as a way to boost a potential 2016 run for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. . . .
Fox News Still Freaking Out Over NY Times Benghazi Story
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Ted Cruz looks like he's running for something
KARL: You have had a couple of months to think about this whole government shutdown strategy. Now that it’s over in hindsight, are you prepared to say that it was a mistake, it wasn’t the right tactic? . . . [read on]
The Texas senator’s vow to renounce his dual citizenship by year’s end is just a taste of all the zany good fun a Cruz White House bid promises. . .
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The general impression is rooted in fact: the Sunday shows love Republicans. . . .
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