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Free the President

Saturday, 18 April 2015 07:12 Written by
Free the President BySteven Rattner, New York Times - April 18, 2015 Print Comments Read Full Article » Related Topics: Barack Obama Print Comments RCP Log In | Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.
A Necessary Safeguard on the Iran Deal
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A Necessary Safeguard on the Iran Deal BySen. Bob Corker, Washington Post - April 18, 2015 Print Comments Read Full Article » Related Topics: Iran Print Comments RCP Log In | Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.
Clinton, on the Road to a Place Called Populism
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Clinton, on the Road to a Place Called Populism ByEd Rogers, Washington Post - April 18, 2015 Print Comments Read Full Article » Related Topics: Hillary Clinton Print Comments RCP Log In | Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.
Hillary Clinton's Sneakily Brilliant Launch
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Hillary Clinton's Sneakily Brilliant Launch ByMartha Pease, CNN - April 18, 2015 Print Comments Read Full Article » Related Topics: Hillary Clinton Print Comments RCP Log In | Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.
Clinton Should Return to a JFK Growth Agenda
Saturday, 18 April 2015 07:12 Written by
When John F. Kennedy was elected president he surprised both Democrats and Republicans with a bold tax-cutting plan to solve the problem of a moribund economy. He had campaigned on "getting the country moving again," and had set a 5 percent economic-growth target, but he never specified how he was going to do it. Then he opened everyone's eyes with a plan to lower marginal tax rates across-the-board. JFK's advisors proposed a traditional Democratic approach:
Fiorina: Hillary Can't Play the Gender Card with Me
Saturday, 18 April 2015 07:10 Written by
Carly Fiorina, the lone Republican woman eying the White House, wants to block Hillary Rodham Clinton from playing the "gender card" in the 2016 presidential race. But to do so, Fiorina is taking a page from the gender politics playbook herself. A former business executive with limited political experience, Fiorina argues that if Republicans nominate her, it would neutralize any advantages the Democrats might get from having a woman at the top of their ticket.…
Obama's New Political Strategy: Attack Individual Republicans
Saturday, 18 April 2015 07:10 Written by
With a tone of outrage and eye-rolling dismissiveness, President Barack Obama and his White House team are working out their aggressions on Republicans. Well into the final quarter of Obama's presidency the White House approach is, if you can't join 'em, beat 'em. Even with a whiff of bipartisanship in the air, the president is going on offense and building on a strategy employed since Democrats lost control of the Senate. Disagree with a Republican?…
REPORTER FORGIVEN Towing company says biz 'contentious by nature'
Saturday, 18 April 2015 06:53 Written by
The Virginia towing company at the center of the viral video that led to the suspension of ESPN reporter Britt McHenry does not want her to lose her job because of the comments she made. The video released Thursday shows McHenry going off on an employee of Advanced Towing, based in Arlington, after her car was towed. McHenry made negative comments about the worker’s teeth, education and job.
OPPORTUNITY BLOCKED? Obama executive order on immigration back in court
Saturday, 18 April 2015 05:18 Written by
Demonstrators gathered outside a New Orleans federal courthouse on Friday as President Obama’s efforts to overhaul the country’s immigration system dangled in legal limbo. Justice Department lawyers urged a federal appeals court to lift an injunction on a plan that would let up to 5 million illegal immigrants live in the country, obtain work permits and receive other benefits. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT In February, U.S.
ONGOING ONSLAUGHT ISIS continues deadly assault on western Iraq
Saturday, 18 April 2015 03:53 Written by
Iraqi special forces maintained control of the provincial capital, Ramadi, in Iraq's western Anbar province Friday, after Islamic State militants continued to pound the western city with bombings, causing fearful residents to flee their homes. Anbar provincial council member Athal al-Fahdawi said Thursday the city was "in great danger," the BBC reported. Nine people were killed by militants in the village of Albu Ghanim— four of the victims were

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