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(Politico): "Democrats: Cede the House to save the Senate" (Washington Post): "For 2016, Hillary Clinton has commanding lead over Democrats, GOP race wide open"(CBS Miami): "Jeb Bush still undecided on 2016 presidential run" (National Journal): "Obama's state approval ratings spell trouble for Senate Democrats" (Politico): "Dustup could hurt Michael Grimm’s reelection"
(Washington Post): "Republicans make overtures to middle class in effort to counter Obama, Democrats" (Wall Street Journal): "GOP has choices – none easy – on debt ceiling" (Bloomberg): "Senate to vote next week to revive jobless aid, Reid says" (Politico): "Harry Reid rejects President Obama’s trade push" (USA Today): "Freak Southern storm blamed for at least 13 deaths"
By CarlY’know, I should be smirking gently over the things happening in the South.After all, whenever it gets up over a hundred here in NYC and things start to pop and break, inevitably there’s a story from down theyarrrr about how sissypanties...Show More Summary
(Politico): "John Warner endorses Mark Warner" (Washington Post): "Don’t be surprised if your TV soon seems to know everything about your politics" (Providence Journal): "Clay Pell to run for governor, sparking three-way primary" (Atlanta Journal Constitution): "Jack Kingston throws down $1.2 million for crunch time TV" (Real Clear Politics): "Governor election polls"
(Washington Post): "Obama prepared to avoid Congress, go it alone on carrying out modest initiatives"(ABC News): "In State of the Union 2014, President Obama pushes for year of action on economic opportunity" (Politico): "Mike Lee Tea...Show More Summary
By CarlAnd for Pete Seeger, 94 was too young: Pete Seeger, a 20th-century troubadour who inspired and led a renaissance of folk music in the United States with his trademark five-string banjo and songs of love, peace, brotherhood, work and protest, died Monday night after being hospitalized in New York for six days. Show More Summary
(Politico): "Rand Paul: ‘50-50’ shot he’ll run for president" (The Week): "Two attacks on Hillary Clinton that won't work" (Real Clear Politics): "Trey Radel to resign House seat"(Washington Post): "Christie road trip is sign of growing confidence in possible 2016 presidential bid"(Washington Post): "Poll: Republicans seen as more extreme, Democrats as more bipartisan"
Despite the continuing efforts of the Republicans By Capt. FoggI was never a big Pete Seeger fan, but my college years having coincided with the folk music revival, I certainly heard him a lot. I appreciated that he came from the time...Show More Summary
(Politico): "State of the Union 2014: How far will Obama go? (NBC Politics): "NBC News poll: Pessimism defines the state of the union" (Washington Post): "Obama to embark on four-city tour after State of the Union" (New York Times): "Backing in G.O.P. for legal status for immigrants" (New York Times): "Pete Seeger, songwriter and champion of folk music, dies at 94"
(Washington Post): "Hillary Clinton supporters get a head start organizing for 2016 Iowa caucuses" (New York Times): "2014 elections likely to keep Capital’s split" (New York Times): "Rand Paul’s mixed inheritance" (Washington Post): "Poll finds little faith in nation’s leaders" (Real Clear Politics): "New RNC rules move up 2016 convention"
By Mustang BobbySen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has some breaking news. The Democrats, one of their big issues they have concocted says the Republicans are committing a war on women. One of the workplace laws and rules that I think are good is that bosses shouldn’t prey on young interns in their office. Show More Summary
(New York Times): "Obama pursuing a modest agenda in State of Union" (New York Times): "Some Republicans departing from response script" (Face the Nation): "Transcript: Bob Schieffer's interview with Texas Senator Ted Cruz"(CNN): "Rand Paul says 'women are winning' the war on women, blasts Bill Clinton as predator" (The Hill): "Divided GOP preaches unity"
By Michael J.W. Stickings Republicans are at it again, threatening to refuse to agree to a debt ceiling increase, and therefore threatening economic catastrophe for the country (and globally), if they don't get what they want. They're not sure what they want, or rather what the ransom will be, they just know they're going to take hostages again. Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry This past week Todd Snider, a Nashville-based singer, and a handful of his associates released a great debut album full of “reinterpretations” of songs by some of the best in the business. Beside Snider, the bandShow More Summary
(The Hill): "RNC tightens 2016 primary calendar, rules" (Staten Island Advance): "Texas woman in Grimm fundraising case has court date postponed, 'in plea negotiations' with U.S. Attorney, court papers say" (Washington Post): "Democrats...Show More Summary
By Frank Moraes There is more out of the American Prospect/Democratic Strategist forum on entitlements. The last time I brought this up, it was to say, Democrats Work to Sell Out Liberalism. But today, I am here to agree in large part (although I still don't think the whole self-negotiation is a good idea). Show More Summary
(The Province): "Judge gives Texas hospital until Monday to remove brain-dead pregnant woman's life support" (Associated Press): "Court gives nuns a compromise on health care issue" (The Hill): "Simas heads up new office at White House" (Roll Call): "Obamacare enrollment hits 3 million" (Politico): "In Target’s wake, businesses plot Obamacare paths
By Michael J.W. Stickings It isn't often that you'll hear country music here at The Reaction, but, you know, it's not all bad, and the Americana-folk-roots stuff that Richard and I like (he more than I) is certainly country-ish, andShow More Summary
(Wall Street Journal): "Bolton 2016? There may be opportunity for hawk in GOP debate"(The Hill): "Boehner likes Bush for 2016 but not endorsing" (New York Times): "Huge ‘super PAC’ is moving early to back Clinton"(Sabato's Crystal Ball): "Senate 2014: A coin-flip" (National Journal): "How the GOP hopes to make abortion a winning strategy"
(New York Times): "Dinesh D’Souza is charged with using straw donors" (TPM): "Huckabee: Gov't shouldn't help women who can't control libidos" (Los Angeles Times): "Boehner on 'Tonight Show': Shutdown was a 'predictable disaster'"(Washington...Show More Summary