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Jeff Sessions Wants to Single-Handedly Crush Immigration Reform
If you've been paying attention to the immigration debate in Congress, then you've probably noticed Jeff Sessions. It would be hard to find a more persistent and vocal foe of the bipartisan Senate immigration bill than the Alabama Republican. But so far, Sessions has appeared to be more of a lone
Google Doodle Honoring Cesar Chavez is Not a Big Shift for Google
Today, Google chose to honor legendary labor leader Cesar Chavez with one of their Google Doodles – the temporary homepage logos used to commemorate certain days -- because it's his birthday. On most days, the move wouldn't stir up much controversy. But this time, some conservative sites are
The Sequester's Slow Bleed (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES SURVEYING THE SEQUESTER: For all the dire warnings, most Americans welcome a five percent cut in overall federal spending this year, notes ABC News Pollsters Gary Langer and Greg Holyk. The public by nearly 2-1, 61-33 percent, supports cutting the...
No, That "U-S-A" Chant at the Republican National Convention Wasn't About Race
The Chant Happened While a Puerto Rican Official Spoke, But Race Not a Factor
Sarah Palin, Some RNC Members Push for Convention-Floor Fight
A convention-floor fight might still be brewing in Tampa. Fla., over a proposed Republican Party rule on delegates. Some Republican National Committee members were up in arms Monday about a proposed rule that would weaken states’ control of who gets to attend future national conventions...
Republicans Brace For A Split Screen Convention (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: CHRIS CHRISTIE IN THE SPOTLIGHT: ABC’s George Stephanopoulos interviewed New Jersey Gov. and Republican National Convention keynote speaker Chris Christie on “Good Morning America” and the governor said he’s ready for his
Supreme Court Health Care Ruling: Twitter Reactions
Thursday's controversial Supreme Court Health Care ruling has both Democrats and Republicans whipped into a frenzy. Below, we've compiled a sampling of reactions from both notable figures' and ordinary Americans' who took to the Twittersphere to express, in 140 characters or less, their opinions
'Forward', 'Julia' and Sloganeering on Obama's Terms
Campaign slogans just aren’t what they used to be. To start with, they’re shorter. John C. Fremont’s 1856 epic, “Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Speech, Free Men, and Fremont,” runs 57 characters long, which translates in the modern currency to more than a third of...
Palling Around With Obama's Radicals
Cheet Sheet of The Radicals That Supposedly Shaped Obama Prior to the Presidency