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Last-Minute Plans: 120 Free, Cheap & Easy Things To Do In Seattle This Weekend: July 20-23, 2017

Seattle events for July 21-23 that won't cost more than $10. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Skipping out on Capitol Hill Block Party in favor of cheaper options? Look no further. Below, find all of your options for last-minute entertainment...Show More Summary

The last howls of supply-siders

Since the Reagan era, the GOP has been defined as a party averse to government expansion, defense free markets and promotion of pro-growth economic taxes. While President Trump favored only the latter, many wizened Reagan supply-siders (e.g., Stephen Moore, Larry Kudlow, Arthur Laffer) imagined they had in Trump an ally in the effort to scale […]

Hillary Clinton's sad, unused election night party confetti gets new life as beautiful art

For tens of millions of Americans, replaying Hillary Clinton's election night loss has become a traumatic tradition: they all have a story about where they were and what party favors they had to pack up. Artist Bunny Burson was at Clinton's election night party in the Jacob Javits Center in New York the night her candidate lost. Show More Summary

7 Bachelorette Favors Your Besties Will Actually Use

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Bachelorette parties mark your last ceremonial fling before the ring, but they can rack up major expenses for you and your squad. Your friends are dishing out big bucks to make sure you have an unforgettable (or forgettable) experience, so show your thanks through your party favors. Show More Summary

16 Fun-Size Bachelorette Party Favors

There's something about mini products that makes them significantly better than the original. Not only are their small-packaged sizes adorable, but they're also optimal for gifting as wedding or bachelorette party favors if you don't feel like going the DIY route. Show More Summary

Israel’s P.R. campaign is failing: the more Americans know, the less favorable they are

A new study by a Zionist organization brings the "devastating" news that young Americans are turning against Israel, including Jews, people of color, and Democrats. So why doesn't the Democratic Party reflect these changes?

Kicking Granny P to the Curb: Pelosi under fire from Democrats, ‘It’s time for her to go’

The problem really isn’t Nancy Pelosi. The Democrat Party has lost touch with the American people in favor of Gays, transgenders, the Black Lives Matter crowd, they hate White people

Supreme Court Takes Major Gerrymandering Case

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to decide whether the U.S. Constitution limits how far lawmakers can go to redraw voting districts to favor one political party over another in a case that could have huge consequences for American elections. Show More Summary

Poll: Joe Biden tops survey of most favored Democratic contenders for 2020

A new poll has found that former Vice President Joe Biden may be the Democratic party's frontrunner in potentially challenging President Trump in 2020. Read more...

Supreme Court To Hear Potential Landmark Case On Whether Partisan Gerrymandering Is Constitutional

last monthLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Washington Post reports: The Supreme Court declared Monday that it will consider whether gerrymandered election maps favoring one political party over another violate the Constitution, a potentially fundamental change in the way American elections are conducted. Show More Summary

Do voters pick the politicians or the other way around? SCOTUS takes up gerrymandering.

The Post reports: The Supreme Court declared Monday that it will consider whether gerrymandered election maps favoring one political party over another violate the Constitution, a potentially fundamental change in the way American elections are conducted. Show More Summary

Partisan gerrymandering is almost as old as America, but will the Supreme Court decide it has gone too far?

The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether partisan gerrymandering – in which voting districts are drawn to favor one party – is a time-honored American political tradition or has evolved into an unconstitutional rigging of elections. The Wisconsin case of Gill vs. Whitford, to be heard...

Supreme Court to Review Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case

In a case that could affect elections nationwide, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review a gerrymandering decision from Wisconsin. All legislatures draw voting districts to favor the incumbent party, but the court will decide how far they can go in drawing maps along party lines. In Gill v.......

France's newly-elected president faces test in parliamentary vote

Polls suggest the elections will strongly favor Emmanuel Macron's party and dramatically shake up French politics

Dismissing Third-Party Voters

Hillary does her party no favors by glibly insulting millions of voters with sweeping generalizations.

Jon Ossoff has a shot at winning

last monthNews : The Raw Story

Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff is expanding his lead ahead of the runoff election to represent Georgia’s 6th district on June 20. Republicans are bleeding support and fleeing their party in favor of the young Democrat. An Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll released Friday showed Ossoff with a...

The Smartest Way to Buy Succulents as Party Favors — Kitchn

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Younger Voters And The Challenge Of Polling The U.K. 2017 Election

On the eve of the U.K. parliamentary election, the final polls are showing everything from a 12-percentage-point margin favoring Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party to a slim one-point edge over Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. Show More Summary

Democrats Keep Losing, but They May Be on Track to Win

It may seem surprising, but the party doesn’t have to be favored in many House races in 2018 to retake the chamber.

New Complications in NC Partisan Gerrymandering Case

Fascinating Lyle Denniston post: Both sides in a new Supreme Court test case on partisan gerrymandering – drawing new election districts to favor one party – on Tuesday answered the Justices’ questions about whether the case should stay alive, disagreeing … Continue reading ?

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