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  • Foe blasts Durbin for using disputed insult in fundraising pitch

    Foe blasts Durbin for using disputed insult in fundraising pitch
    The White House said Thursday that Sen. Dick Durbin’s account of a Republican insult of President Barack Obama was an inaccurate “misunderstanding,” and an opponent of the senator criticized him for including the “discredited...
  • Jim Shea: Gov. Malloy Goes California Dreaming

    So, The Gov jet sets out to California last weekend to raise money for the Connecticut Democratic Party, which immediately raises all sorts of questions. Why is The Gov going all the way across the country looking for money? Who is paying for the trip?...
  • Stephen Goldstein: Florida to blame for "Cruz-ifiction" of GOP

      Sen. Ted Cruz is Florida Republicans' Frankenstein monster, the son of Rick Scott. Everyone is pinning the debacle of the shutdown of the federal government and the threat of default on the nation's debt on Cruz alone. But the truth is the Florida GOP...
  • Noelle Nikpour: When will truly "hot" candidate emerge?

    At the end of the movie, "Patton," the American general tells of Roman conquerers returning from foreign lands to a hero's welcome while, at the same time, "A slave stood behind the conqueror, holding a golden crown, and whispering in his ear a warning:...
  • Ted Cruz back in Iowa, where presidential dreams flourish and wither

    Coincidence or not, Ted Cruz’s appearances in Iowa this weekend come as Texas’ tea party senator and his wife appeared to be trying to humanize the potential 2016 presidential candidate, who is both loved and hated, even among Republicans, for...
  • Was Ted Cruz right?

    A few weeks ago, prior to the government shutdown, President Barack Obama was frequently on TV talking about how the Republican Party is being hijacked by minority, far right-wing Tea Party extremists who wanted to delay the individual mandate in...
  • Crisis averted, but country still has no reason to cheer

    As a lifelong liberal, I cannot join those who are celebrating recent polling that shows Republicans' popularity has tanked to an all-time low. For me, that kind of gloating after three weeks of our government's shutdown would feel unpatriotic. It's...
  • Sen. Bullhead from Illinois is hooked on outrage

    Sen. Bullhead from Illinois is hooked on outrage
    Outrage drove Captain Ahab relentlessly after that great white whale, and apparently, it drives Sen. Dick Durbin too. Durbin, the unctuous Democrat running for re-election in President Barack Obama's political home state, is consumed by outrage. And he'...
  • GOP fights on against Obamacare, at its peril

    WASHINGTON -- In the wake of the public uproar over the government shutdown, Democratic hopes for recapturing control of the House of Representatives next year have risen sharply. The party need to pick up 17 seats, and the main question is whether the...
  • Ted Cruz' next act: obstructing immigration reform

    Just as the ill-conceived crusade to defund Obamacare peters out comes word of another Republican foofaraw in the making. Tea party zealots are gearing up to make a grand stand against immigration reform. Here is my humble request: Please, God, do not...
  • Ted Cruz Will Grandstand On Immigration

    Just as the ill-conceived crusade to defund Obamacare peters out comes word of another Republican foofaraw in the making. Tea party zealots are gearing up to make a grand stand against immigration reform. Here is my humble request: Please, God, do not...