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Elizabeth Warren dukes it out with Wells Fargo chief, via Twitter

Turns out, Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan feels more comfortable sniping back when he’s sitting in a Senate hearing room. Continue Reading....

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The MSNBC mean girls strike again

It’s no secret that members of the press are basically illiterate when it comes to matters of faith. Indeed, national media’s general ignorance in this area is nothing new. Continue Reading....

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'I have no idea' if my parents will keep donating to Tammy Baldwin, says Baldwin opponent

Wisconsin Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson, one of two Republicans competing to challenge Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., for her seat in November, went viral last month for a less-than-enviable reason: His parents and brother, it turned out, have each donated the maximum allowed amount of money …

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Big oil pays Trump before White House meeting by renting Trump hotel

It isn’t clear when the oil industry made their reservation for a two-day board meeting at the Trump International Hotel in Washington. But it seems that industries are adapting their lobbying strategies to the age of President Trump. Continue Reading....

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Tax reform can't stop, won't stop

President Trump raised eyebrows on Wednesday when he suggested Republicans would take another stab at tax cuts this year. Head of the tax-writing committee, House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, had also expressed commitment to further tweaking the tax code, saying, “We think …

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I’m not sure I understand Sen. Schumer’s criticism of Larry Kudlow

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., attacked Larry Kudlow in a speech Thursday that included a somewhat puzzling criticism. Continue Reading....

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Elizabeth Warren's sad 2020 opposition to Dodd-Frank reform

It will burnish her left-wing credentials for 2020, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has let down small town America by opposing Dodd-Frank reform legislation. Continue Reading....

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The GOP's spending blowout invalidates 'Starve the Beast' tax cuts

Washington’s recent deficit-blowout should finally kill the “starve the beast” hypothesis. This idea – which initially caught fire with conservatives in the 1980s – is that the most effective way to shrink government is to first cut taxes and “starve” the government of funding. At …

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Trump finalizing opioid plan that includes death penalty for drug dealers: Report

The Trump administration’s plan to fight the opioid addiction crisis is in the last stages of finalization, and is expected to include a push for the death penalty for drug dealers in certain situations. Continue Reading....

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Majority of Americans express confidence in Robert Mueller conducting a fair investigation into Russian election meddling

A majority of Americans still express confidence that special counsel Robert Mueller will conduct a fair investigation into Russian meddling into the 2016 presidential election. Continue Reading....

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