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Barack Obama: Democrats avoiding me "are all folks who vote with me, they have supported my agenda in Congress"

Earlier this month, President Barack Obama told a crowd at Northwestern University that, even though he's "not on the ballot this fall," his agenda is.

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Get ready for another round of health plan cancellations

There's another round of health insurance policy cancellations coming, and the timing is more than a little awkward for vulnerable Senate Democrats, including Mark Begich (D-AK) and Kay Hagan (D-NC), who will learn their electoral fate next month.

10/02/2014
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Candidate Mark Begich’s “Priorities” vs. Senator Begich’s actions

Senator Mark Begich likes to claim to be “Independent as Alaska,” someone who puts the needs of his state ahead of partisan loyalty. Someone whose job it is to fight for what is best for Alaska, even if puts him at odds with his own party. However, the Begich Washington, D.C. sees is hardly the independent candidate Begich is trying to project back home. Let’s take a look at some of the ways candidate Begich and Begich differ.

09/22/2014
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Harry Reid Tries to Overrule the Supreme Court

Update: On July 16, the Senate failed to get the necessary two-thirds majority to bring Murray's bill to a vote, rendering the legislation dead, at least for now.

07/09/2014
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Democrats Reveal Their Contempt for Voters on Campaign Finance

The Supreme Court’s recent ruling eliminating aggregate caps on the amount of money individual donors can contribute to political campaigns is an important victory for free speech. While caps on donations to individual campaigns remain in place, this ruling offers hope that they too may soon be recognized as unconstitutional and in violation of the First Amendment.

04/04/2014
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The Dictatorial Senate

Back in November, when Harry Reid’s employed the nuclear option to allow judicial nominees to be confirmed with a simple majority vote, commentators on both sides of the political spectrum had plenty to say about the move. On the right, Reid was criticized for single-handedly uprooting years of Senate tradition and for robbing the minority party of their right to debate. On the left, Reid’s actions were praised as greasing the wheels of government to actually get things accomplished in the face of intractable Republican opposition. Supporters of Reid appealed to a sense of Democracy, arguing that majority should rule and that the sixty-vote threshold is an arcane relic of a different time.

03/25/2014
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Good Riddance to Net Neutrality

There has never been a better example of what economist F. A. Hayek termed “spontaneous order,” complex systems that arise purely through the actions of self-interested individuals, than the wild and wooly growth of the internet over the past few decades. Thanks to the efforts of an enormous number of content providers, innovators, entrepreneurs and investors, the internet sprang from obscurity into one of the most revolutionary tools of wealth creation and information distribution the world has ever seen.

03/24/2014