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Trouble Brewing On Team Blue?

Mike Lillis over at The Hill is up today with a piece on communications troubles between the House Democrats and the President’s team (h/t Conservative Wanderer), which has started me to wondering if we’re beginning to see the formation of

Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, House of Representatives, Obama Administration

WV Dem Runs Away From Obama Support

Folks, being connected to Obama is getting downright toxic to Democrats. Just ask Natalie Tennant, who’s been Secretary of State since 2009: The campaign chairman for Democratic Senate nominee Natalie Tennant recently said Tennant agrees with President Barack Obama “on

Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, Senate

Democrats Getting Desperate?

Politico is up today– running in the lede position– with a couple of stories I wonder about; if perhaps they begin to show increasing Democrat desperation. The first describes the President’s new-found appreciation for the White House Press Corps. Mr.

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Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, Media bias

Another Democrat’s Racism Exposed on Twitter

Apparently a US Senator from Kentucky is not allowed to have a wife of a different race than he is. At least he’s not allowed according to Kathy Groob, Democratic operative in the Bluegrass state. As partisans prepared for the

Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, Race relations

House Republicans (Finally) Pass Border Bill; Senate Democrats Vacation While Children Die

Well, it took a little doing, but my prediction finally came true. The House managed to pass a Border Supplemental Bill, days late, far short of the money the President asked for, and jammed to overflowing with conservative red meat.

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Posted in Democratic Party, Domestic Policy, House of Representatives, Immigration, Republican Party, Senate

Big Obama Donor Gets Waiver from FCC

Well, well, well. Business as usual in the Obama Administration. A private-equity company owned by a campaign donor to U.S. President Barack Obama won a waiver from the Federal Communications Commission that may help it bid in airwaves auctions. Grain

Posted in Democratic Party, FCC, Obama Administration

Are Younger Democrats Turning More Libertarian?

Thanks to today’s Morning Jolt, I was alerted to this NYT story that I might otherwise have missed. Although a majority of younger voters today are reliably Democratic, there are key issues on which they differ notably from their elders

Posted in Democratic Party, Elections

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