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House Conservatives Demand That Tax Reform Add to the Deficit

The House Freedom Caucus believes that the debt is threat to our grandchildren – and in their upcoming tax plan, they insist on growing it.

Hurricane Watch Issued for Southern Florida

Florida could begin feeling the effects of Irma as early as Saturday.

Democratic Politicians Are Dreading the ‘Final Torture’ of Hillary Clinton’s Book Tour

As one California Democrat told Politico, “There is a collective groan whenever there’s another news cycle about this.”

Here is the Syria Report Withdrawn By the U.S. Holocaust Museum

The report, which consists of six different papers, concluded that U.S. intervention likely would not have helped save Syrian civilians.

No, Donald Trump Is Not a Moderate Now

Trump deals with Democrats one time, on a small thing, and everybody freaks out.

Will the Economy Save Trump and His Party?

So much of this presidency is a mess that the idea of him or the GOP making a comeback seems far-fetched. But then there’s the economy.

15 States Sue Trump Over Decision to End DACA

Attorneys are arguing that the president was motivated by racism.

Journalist No Longer Facing Jail Time for Asking Health Secretary a Question

A West Virginia prosecutor’s office has dropped its charges against Dan Heyman, who was arrested in May for “aggressively” questioning Tom Price.

House Crazies Angry At Trump’s Debt Ceiling Deal, Threaten Paul Ryan

The complete version of the story makes even less sense than the headline.

Gary Cohn Was Set to Be the Next Fed Chairman, Then He Criticized Trump

The President was reportedly angry that the Cohn publicly chided him over his “many sides” response to Charlottesville.

Trump Sides With Democrats on Debt-Ceiling Deal, Avoiding Government Shutdown

Against the objections of Republican leaders, Trump struck a deal for a three-month debt-ceiling extension.

The Holocaust Museum Shouldn’t Have Cancelled Its Syria Study

We need to at least be able to debate the possibility that U.S. intervention often does more harm than good.

Charter Schools Are Losing the Narrative But Winning the Data

The New York Times concludes that America’s worst charter system is … actually not that bad.

The Case for ‘Giving Every American a Pony’

In her new book, Hillary Clinton suggests that Bernie Sanders’s policies were unrealistic. But political movements thrive on bold, long-term goals.

Donald Trump Can’t Hide From His DACA Decision

He tried sending it to the Dead Letter Office, otherwise known as the GOP-majority Congress. But the ownership is clear to all.

Dennis Rodman Offers to ‘Straighten Things Out’ Between Trump and Kim Jong-un

The Worm claims both leaders as friends, even if Trump is “a little bit crazy sometimes.”

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