Democrats’ “Blue Wall” Could Come Crumbling Down

Elections often come to be dominated by a central theme. In 2008 it was the “hope and change” offered by a fresh-faced candidate, in 2010 it was a repudiation of government overreach as defined by the stimulus and Obamacare, 2012 was the year of identity politics, and 2014 was a vote against Sen. Harry Reid’s…
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Republicans Recapture Momentum in Run-Up to Midterms

Democrats’ midterm hopes are floundering following one of the worst six-month spans in political history. “Whoa there,” I can hear you saying through my computer screen. Sure, it isn’t exactly rainbows and unicorns in the White House, but isn’t it a little hyperbolic to call this “one of the worst” runs a president has ever…
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