Senate Democrats Vote to Repeal Key Pieces of Obamacare

Senator Mitch McConnell has long been stuck in a tricky position on Obamacare. Two years ago he was the leader of the minority, which could do little but demand votes on amendments to repeal the disastrous law. Last year, when Republicans ascended to the majority, he still faced Senate rules that would require 60 votes…
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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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Democrats Cynical Attempt to Politicize a Bipartisan Sex Trafficking Bill

Just weeks ago it finally looked like Republicans and Democrats had found an issue they could agree on. The Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act, a bill that would expand resources for law enforcement to combat sex trafficking, enhance services for victims and increase penalties for perpetrators, sailed through the Senate Judiciary Committee by a…
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