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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

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

House Schedules Vote on Border Bill

The House today published their bill on supplemental funding for the border crisis, setting up a Thursday vote. The total package is $659 million, less than half the original $1.5 billion proposal, and several orbital radii from the President’s $3.7

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Posted in Congress, Courts, Domestic Policy, House of Representatives, Immigration, Senate

Why I Do Not Support Impeaching Obama

To start with, I should point out that although I am Editor-in-Chief of this little blog, I am speaking only for myself here, and not for my colleagues, who are free to disagree with me if they wish. With that

Posted in Congress, House of Representatives, Impeachment, Obama Administration, Senate

The Great Warner-Gillespie Debate

It’s still late July, and about 100 degrees outside as I type in Texas, but I am beginning to sniff November in the air. Politico is up today with a story about the debate last night between incumbent Democrat Mark

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Posted in Election 2014, Senate

Re: Cracks in Dem Caucus Over Border Bill

I found this part of TMB’s earlier post the most interesting: A centrist Republican, Susan Collins of Maine, whom the Democrats will likely need to overcome a filibuster by conservative Republicans, calls the bill “a real dilemma.” “We need some

Posted in Congress, Immigration, Senate

Cracks in Dem Caucus Over Border Bill

More Democrat shenanigans over the border bill. It never rains but it pours, I guess. A lead item on Politico again, from this afternoon, is saying the Democrat Caucus is probably not going to get all their members on board

Posted in Congress, Immigration, Senate

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