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Here’s the Key Difference Between Sen Cochran and Tea Party Backed Challenger Chris McDaniel

The upcoming Republican primary runoff on June 24 between six-term incumbent Senator Thad Cochran and Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel highlights a central policy difference between the Republican establishment and the Tea Party.

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USA Today Exposes Republican Establishment Budget Hypocrisy

When it comes to cutting spending the Republican establishment is as bad as the Democrats.

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USA Today Exposes Republican Establishment Budget Hypocrisy

When it comes to cutting spending the Republican establishment is as bad as the Democrats.

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Mutually Corrupt: Government and Special Interests
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Mutually Corrupt: Government and Special Interests

Democracy and Power 114: The Power Players Who actually controls the force of government?   Politicians and interest groups control the American political process.  Special interest groups – big business, big unions, education, seniors, and a multitude of others - seek favors: tax breaks, subsidies, exclusive legislation, etc.  Interest groups give enormous money to political campaigns, and receive gigantic benefits in return.

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