Kyrsten Sinema: I’m not a proud Democrat but I am a proud Arizonian

“Proud product of the ‘meth lab of democracy’” would be a pretty sweet bumper sticker, actually. Here she is in 2010 expressing her pride in her own unique way: New Video: Arizona Democratic Senate Candidate @kyrstensinema Warning People: Be Careful! Your State Can Turn Into Arizona Pretty Quickly. Video Date: July, 2010#WhyDoesSinemaHateArizona pic.twitter.com/8Lqoe6r8uc — The […]

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Sen. Feinstein: ‘Absolutely’ I’d be in favor of re-opening the Kavanaugh investigation if Dems win the Senate

Wednesday, Senator Dianne Feinstein participated in the one and only debate with state Sen. Kevin de León, her challenger in the California Senate race. The debate was really more of a dual interview but one of the questions raised was whether or not Democrats should reopen the investigation into Justice Brett Kavanaugh if Democrats take […]

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NBC: On second thought, Beto is a “political-cultural phenomenon”

Out: Robert O’Rourke will lead Democrats to electoral success in Texas! In: Beto’s “authentically cool” value “transcends politics“! The media mythologizing of the three-term Congressman in over his head in a Texas Senate race continues apace today with this NBC hagiography masquerading as news. So what exactly does O’Rourke do that isn’t about elections and politics? […]

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American Bridge fires tracker after alleged assault, GOP staffers say he’s been ‘hostile and combative’ for years

Yesterday a “tracker” named Mike Stark who was working for David Brock’s American Bridge 21st Century was arrested after he allegedly assaulted the female campaign manager for a GOP gubernatorial candidate in Nevada. Last night Stark was fired “effective immediately.” Today, Fox News reports that other campaign staffers were very familiar with Stark. They say […]

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Democrats can’t shake the Ghost of Clintons Past

The messaging strategy of the Democrats during this mid-term cycle has been clear. They’ve become disillusioned with the old, moderate, centrist tone taken by party leaders in the past. (Or at least what they perceive as moderate, anyway.) They’re ready for fresh blood and new leadership, lifting up a generation of proudly liberal, largely young, […]

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