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Jeb Bush Makes ‘Hopeful’ Noises About 2016

Looks like the 2016 presidential race could actually shape up to be a bona fide throwback to the ’90s, with a Bush and a Clinton duking it out for the White House.

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Walker’s Secret Weapon

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Republican Lifeguard

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Sarah Palin Taunts ‘Obamacare Suckas,’ Butchers ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ at CPAC 2014

Sarah Palin was once again the darling of the Conservative Political Action Conference, putting on quite a show for an enthralled crowd with her keynote address Saturday night with a wink and a bang—not to mention several swings at President Obama.

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GOP Hunts for Controversy in ‘The Hillary Papers’

The GOP isn’t taking any chances when it comes to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 run for the White House, which seems all the more inevitable the more people call it inevitable.

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Dems Offer Family-Friendly Take on Obamacare-Work Link

So, we’ve heard the GOP’s spin on the possible dip in work hours that could result, according to a recent report from the Congressional Budget Office, from the Affordable Care Act and the options it offers Americans in the health insurance marketplace.

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CBO: Obamacare Will Thin Full-Time Workforce by 2 Million

The Congressional Budget Office offered more fodder Tuesday for opponents of Obamacare to hate on the Affordable Care Act—should they choose to spin the facts and figures.

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Bill O’Reilly Faces Off With President Obama in Super Bowl Sideshow, Pundits Pile On

Sunday’s pregame face-off between Bill O’Reilly and President Obama sparked some different takes on the same interview in recaps by Fox News, The New York Times and other outlets, but overall O’Reilly was declared the winner.

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Rep. Michael Grimm

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Congress Converges on $800 Million Cuts to Annual Food Stamp Funding

Warring factions in the House and Senate have reached an agreement about how much money to funnel into the federal food stamp program, and the news isn’t good for Americans relying on government assistance to stay fed.

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Elizabeth Warren’s Bill Could Mean Billions for Taxpayers

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has teamed up with Republican Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma to introduce a bill that takes aim at the efficacy and malfeasance of government settlements on corporate wrongdoing and could bring billions of dollars back to taxpayers. If corporations have the same rights as people, then they should have to suffer the same consequences.

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The Trouble With Chris Christie

The most retrograde billionaires and corporate capitalists have pinned their hopes, as well as their money, on the New Jersey governor for the next presidential race. They love him because he is as vicious as he looks.

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Chris Christie ‘Embarrassed and Humiliated’ by Staff Stunt

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made a public apology Thursday, offering that he was “embarrassed and humiliated by the conduct of some of the people on my staff” in the aftermath of a staff scandal.

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Sisters Asunder

Looks like the holidays are going to be, shall we say, a bit awkward for the Cheney family.

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New Republican Icon, Same Old Policies

From the moment he was declared the winner in his re-election campaign, Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., has been billed as a new kind of Republican. Is it a fair characterization? Yes and no.

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Protecting Women’s Health

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Rand Paul: The Minister of Misinformation

A new profile at the National Journal probes the libertarian Kentucky senator’s chances for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. A major hurdle: an affinity for half-truths and misinformation.

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Server Crashes Prove the ACA Is Here to Stay

While Republicans were throwing their silly tantrum, Obamacare became a fact. There is no turning back.

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Rick Perry Vetoes Women

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Bye-Bye Bachmann

Rep. Michele Bachmann, the tea party favorite from Minnesota who was recently dubbed the winner of “Real Time’s” 2013 Craziest Congressman contest by host Bill Maher, announced Wednesday that she will not seek re-election in 2014.

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Fox Noose

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Benghazi Tiger

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Texas Gov. Perry Sympathy Card

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Rembrandt Republican Autopsy

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Bachmann Pop-Up

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Creating PACs and Then Spending Their Money

Although many watchdog organizations track how political committees raise money, few look at how the money is ultimately disbursed. PACs can spend their money as they want and often devote some of it to fundraising, but most spend the bulk of contributions on efforts clearly aimed at electing specific candidates.

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Mad Stories in Paul Ryan’s World

Paul Ryan’s budget plan tells a story of savage violence that shows that those who occupy the bottom rungs of American society—whether they be low-income families, minorities of color or the young—are to be considered disposable.

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Republican Party

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State of Union PR

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Power Outage

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Richard the GOP

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Blockage

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National Buffoons

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Richard Nixon at 100: The Man Who Matters

Richard Nixon, who would have turned 100 on Wednesday, endures as the commanding figure of American political life since the end of World War II. His style, achievements and failures persist nearly two decades after his death.

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Heartless

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Fiscal Cliff

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New Year Fiscal Cliff

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Boehner the Squeaker

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GOP Senator Who Says He Doesn’t Drink Is Charged With DUI

Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, a Mormon who in the past has been outspoken about his abstinence from alcohol, was arrested early Sunday morning in Alexandria, Va., and charged with driving under the influence.

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Mayan Fiscal Cliff

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’Twas the Night Before Tax Cuts

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Fiscal Cliff Counteroffer

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Who Is South Carolina’s New Senator?

Gov. Nikki Haley’s appointment is a tea party-backed congressman who wants to kick entire families off of food stamps for supporting unions, give billions in subsidies to the major oil companies and spend taxpayer dollars to display the Ten Commandments on government property.

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Republicans Trying to Change

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Gov. Rick Snyder

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Tea Party Favorite Jim DeMint to Quit Senate

The conservative South Carolina senator announced Thursday that he would step down next month to run a conservative think tank.

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Fiscal Cliff Notes

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Boehner

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