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August 26, 2013
by M.S. Scully


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.republican has GOP worried

A domain name speculator is applying for .republican, reports the National Journal, which cheekily asks whether www.vote.republican could end up as a porn site. Please don’t give Larry Flynt any ideas.

July 31, 2013
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In “Christian Nation,” Palin is president

A novel published this month asks what would have happened had John McCain been elected in 2008. In Frederic C. Rich’s alternate reality, Palin becomes president, ushering in a so-called Christian society consumed with a civil holy war, rehabilitation camps …

July 18, 2013
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Corbett? Neigh! state Republicans say

The next gubernatorial election could be a horse race. Gov. Tom Corbett “looks like the country’s most vulnerable governor heading into the 2014 election,” reports the National Journal. …

July 16, 2013
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Things that make you go hmmm …

House is leaning right The Brookings Institution calls the last session of the House of Representatives the most conservative in more than 60 years. House Republicans are getting more conservative than House Democrats are getting liberal, according to the annual …

May 6, 2013
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Conservative duel

Today, with a broadsword — i.e., a hefty special report on the would-be cost of an immigration overhaul — the conservation Heritage Foundation announced that if enacted the bipartisan legislation would cost taxpayers a whopping $6.3 trillion. Read it, but …

April 25, 2013
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Reagan’s gold standard

It’s generally acknowledged that then-President Reagan set the standard for speeches on a former opponent at the dedication of a presidential library. In 1986, he came to Atlanta not to bury Carter, but to praise him.

 
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