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Campaign: Only 'sexist pig' would think Blackburn can't win
Republican U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn's campaign says that anyone who thinks she can't win the general election in her U.S. Senate bid is a "plain sexist pig"
The Note: Accountability due for Trump White House
The TAKE with Rick Klein “Due Process” is what President Donald Trump is demanding — again going far to find those on his team credible, while disbelieving women in particular. What’s due first, though, is scrutiny of the White House process that allowed Rob Porter’s alleged background to go either
In Senate race showdowns, tough odds for Democrats fuel Republican hopes
Republicans’ best chance of keeping control of one chamber in Congress most likely lies in the Senate . Despite only holding a two-seat majority, their opposition is arguably in a tougher spot. Republicans are defending eight seats in 2018, while Democrats are defending 24 plus the two independents
Haley Barbour’s Big Tent: Mississippi Governor Offers Praise For Potential Presidential Rivals At CPAC
Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour took his obligatory turn at hitting the Obama piñata at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, but he did something else too: lavish praise on fellow Republicans, potential rivals and even one Democrat.
Meg Whitman: 'We're Going to Win This'
We are here in California tonight with the governor's race has captured the attention of the nation. The state has a huge deficit of twelve point 4% unemployment rate. And former powerhouse CEO Meg Whitman has spent a 141. Million of her own money. Up against her forceful rival Jerry Brown the
Immigration Debate: Number of City, State Bills Relating to Immigration Increase
City and State Governments Across the Country are Embroiled in Costly Immigration Battles
New Hampshire Town Allows Workers to Carry Guns to Work
The manager of the small New Hampshire town of Nottingham doesn't understand all the fuss surrounding the decision to allow town employees to bring their guns to work. "Everyone wants to know if I'm packing," Charles Brown told ABCNews.com. "Honestly, all the hoopla is over the top." For Brown and
Blanking Deals: Running in place, but fueling momentum
For a third straight day, senators convene to consider financial reform, and Democrats appear likely to lose another round.
The Presidential Planner
From Sunlen Miller: Following his question and answer session with House Republican last Friday, President Obama will today speak before the Senate Democratic Caucus’ issue conference at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
Capital Crunch: Obama confronts waning political capital
Think the White House may want to work on its vote-counting operation before the health care bill makes it to the Senate floor?