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Does the political left – which dominates the mainstream media, Hollywood, academia and the Democratic Party – really believe its ubiquitous charges of racism against conservatives, or are they a sick ploy to discredit, ruin and defeat its political opponents? During President Obama's tenure, a conservative could hardly oppose Obama on policy grounds without being... [Read More]
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'I don't think she necessarily cares about that'... [Read More]
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Leader of Social Democratic Party is projected to win 22 percent of the vote in Sunday's federal elections in Germany. [Read More]
Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Jeff Kaufmann directs questions regarding the office behavior to Senate Majority Leader Bill Dix and states it would not be tolerated in his office. Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Troy Price says Gov. Reynolds missed an opportunity for leadership on this issue. [Read More]
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Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Jeff Kaufmann defends Gov. Reynolds against attacks from democrats and primary rival Ron Corbett that state budget maneuvers are bad policy. Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Troy Price blames Gov. Reynolds for financial mismanagement and the State's tax credits for businesses. [Read More]
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On this edition of Iowa Press, Jeff Kaufmann, Chair of the Republican Party of Iowa, and Troy Price, Chair of the Iowa Democratic Party, discuss early preparations and campaigns for the 2018 mid-term elections, as well as other Iowa and national political news.  ... [Read More]
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A Morning Consult poll found that 47% of Republicans support making public four-year colleges and universities tuition free, a proposal made by Bernie Sanders during his 2016 campaign for the Democratic party nomination (45% of Republicans oppose the idea). (more…) [Read More]
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In theory, Philip Elliot writes in Time's cover story, "the Democratic Party has been united and energized by its shared disgust for Trump." [Read More]
Black women's support for the Democratic Party dropped 11% over the past year, according to a survey released at the Black Women's Roundtable policy forum. [Read More]
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The number of Black Women who support the Democratic Party has dropped by more than 10 percent. [Read More]
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Democratic Party's Helena Wong Pik-wan believes measures do not get to the root of the problem... [Read More]
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Months of feuding in the Kansas Democratic Party burst into view with a rare effort to oust a top party official accused of a conflict of interest and evolved into a caustic war of words among the party's most influential politicians and special-interest groups. Mayhem at upper levels of Kansas' minority political party is expected to come to a head in Wichita on Sept. 30 at Demofest, the party's annual meeting. It typically features an out-of-state guest... [Read More]
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It's not a good time to be Nancy Pelosi or Dianne Feinstein. After a combined six-plus decades in Washington, they have become "the Man," at least to a growing number of progressives who see them as embodiments of a Democratic Party taken over by "corporatists." Start with how immigration rights activists shouted Pelosi off the stage and called her a "liar" at her own manicured press conference in San Francisco this week, saying she isn't liberal enough on immigration. ... [Read More]
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A pro-business party ejected from Germany's parliament four years ago is aiming for a strong comeback in Sunday's election, wooing voters with a dynamic young leader, a tough tone on eurozone strugglers and talk of a new immigration law. Christian Lindner, 38, has worked hard to make the Free Democratic Party - the... [Read More]
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On the surface, the Democratic Party has been united by its shared disgust for Donald Trump. Dig an inch deeper, and it is a party divided. [Read More]
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With bosses' backroom deal, Kavanagh edges Newell for state Senate September 21, 2017 | Filed under: News,Community | Posted by: The Villager District Leader Paul Newell with a sphinx in the Elizabeth St. Garden, of which he is a strong supporter. Photos by Lincoln Anderson BY COLIN MIXSON | A candidate vying to fill Lower Manhattan's vacant state Senate seat — who had overwhelming grassroots support at a Democratic Party committee meeting on Sunday — is crying foul after party bosses maneuvered to install his... [Read More]
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In September, the GOP officially became the third-largest group of registered voters in North Carolina, as the number of unaffiliated voters surpassed Republican registration for the first time.In September, the North Carolina Republican Party continued to add registered voters while the Democratic Party continued to lose them, continuing a long-term trend of GOP gains and Democratic decline.Both of these statements are true. But which one did you hear the most about? Many state media outlets went with the "Republicans in trouble" theme, a theme consistent with national reporting about the wobbly start of the Trump administration and consistent with,... [Read More]
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The Glynn County Democratic Party will host a forum Monday for city of Brunswick candidates vying for seats on the city commission. [Read More]
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Months of feuding in the Kansas Democratic Party burst into view with a rare effort to oust a top party official accused of a conflict of interest and evolved into a caustic war of words among the party's most influential politicians and special-interest groups.Mayhem at upper levels of Kansas' minority political party is expected to come to a head in Wichita on Sept. 30 at Demofest, the party's annual meeting. It typically features an out-of-state guest speaker,... [Read More]
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Tucker's Thoughts: The Democratic Party has morphed into something that bears no resemblance to what it was even 10 years ago #Tucker... [Read More]
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