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Democrats are hoping to flip a reliably red Senate seat in Tennessee this November. President Trump won the state by double digits in 2016. Jonathan Mattise, a reporter for the AP in Nashville, joins Red and Blue to explain why this race is so competitive. [Read More]
This is a reprint from this afternoon.  A comment suggested that the original title was misleading, but the idea was important. My goals is to push for an alternate hearing after whatever the Senate Republicans force feed America.   We need to hold... [Read More]
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Vilifying half the population may sound like a risky campaign strategy, but Democratic man-bashing has soared as the party fights to beat back the Kavanaugh nomination and whip up support for the midterms. Sen. Mazie K. Hirono, Hawaii Democrat, made an anti-male tirade heard 'round the world — "Just shut ... [Read More]
The Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro says Democrats don't care much about establishing guilt or innocence with regards to the allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump lashed out at Congress on Thursday for failing to deliver his long-promised border wall, unleashing a tweet that accused Democrats of "obstructing" border security and demanded that "REPUBLICANS MUST FINALLY GET TOUGH!"The trouble for Trump is that... [Read More]
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Christine Blasey Ford deserves a hearing, although at the moment she doesn't seem to want one. What she doesn't deserve is to be believed automatically because she's a woman making an accusation. When our system of justice is at its best, it judges each individual — the accuser and the accused — fairly, on the... [Read More]
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Democrats looking to win back control of Congress amid competitive races. Washington Correspondent Alana Austin interviews Rep. Cheris Bustos (D-IL) on the Dems' game plan for the 2018 midterm races. [Read More]
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Former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell says Democrats are working towards abolishing Article II of the Constitution by attempting to prevent President Trump from declassifying the FISA documents related to the Russia probe. [Read More]
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Are Senate Democrats really interested in learning the truth about the high-school sex-assault accusation against Brett Kavanaugh? Or are they just scheming to exploit it in the fall campaign? Faced with a backlash against accuser Christine Blasey Ford's refusal to testify next Monday, her lawyer suddenly shifted strategy — saying Ford's prepared to testify "next... [Read More]
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Washington Free Beacon editor-in-chief Matthew Continetti on Thursday said that it has been "apparent" that Democrats wanted to delay the vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh until after the elections in November since day one of the confirmation hearings earlier this month. [Read More]
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If Senate Democrats sweep into power in November, they will likely probe the sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, according to a Democrat in the chamber. [Read More]
The reasons for the recent defections aren't clear but the bigger trend dates to the JFK era. [Read More]
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President Trump on Thursday criticized leaders of his own party along with Democrats for not including funding for the promised border wall in their spending bills. "I want to know, where is the money for Border Security and the WALL in this ridiculous Spending Bill, and where will it come from after the Midterms?" he... [Read More]
In this edition: a victory for Texas Republicans, a new GOP ad buy in Trump country, a surprising poll in Minnesota, and an interview with the man who wants to put Democrats in charge of the states again. [Read More]
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Ben Shapiro says on 'The Story' that Democrats made Kavanaugh accusation look like political smear. [Read More]
Sen. Dianne Feinstein is facing fresh criticism from Republicans and Democrats alike as the controversy surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh — and her handling of the sexual assault allegations against him — reaches a fever pitch. [Read More]
U.S. petroleum producers have been allowed to sell their product unencumbered overseas since 2015 due to a compromise between Democrats and Republicans.Now, three years later, the two Senate candidates vying to represent a major oil-producing state are both trading swipes over the lifting of that long-standing... [Read More]
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FCCNN U.S. petroleum producers have been allowed to sell their product unencumbered overseas since 2015 due to a compromise between Democrats and Republicans. Now, three years later, the two Senate candidates... [Read More]
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