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Just in case you haven't had enough bad news, here's a bit more from the domestic-politics desk.
Yahoo! News' Meredith Shiner's recent piece on the goofy little group No Labels -- currently leading all comers in the race to be my Summer 2014 Spirit Animal -- has clearly gotten under the organization's skin like it was Lyme Disease.
Though it ostensibly stays neutral in primary elections, the Republican Governors Association appears to have played favorites in at least one contest this year, apparently financing outside spending against a well-known fellow Republican.
As Republicans are hoping to win a majority in the Senate in the November midterm elections, Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia Center for Politics says the best odds the GOP has of picking up a seat from an incumbent is in Arkansas.
Coalminers and protesters gather for the rally against the Environmental Protection Agency's rule at Lincoln Park.
How are Democratic Senate candidates in red states handling President Obama's growing unpopularity? Either by pretending they aren't even in the same party or by attacking him, according to a survey of Senate campaigns by Patricia Murphy of the Daily Beast .
At the height of a national debate where Republican members of Congress have veered to extremist tactics and rhetoric to address immigration and the children seeking refuge, the Service Employees International Union launches its second series of ads, highlighting the Republican Party's appalling language and record on immigration.
This is a RUSH transcript from "The O'Reilly Factor," July 28, 2014. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
Last Thursday we wrote about a story from Cosmopolitan magazine discussing the Personhood issue in Congress, with a focus on Colorado Rep. Cory Gardner's struggles with flip-flopping on the issue.
Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman , left, faces Democrat challenger Andrew Romanoff , in the race to represent the 6th Congressional District.
Back in April , a reported "endorsement" of GOP U.S. Senate candidate Cory Gardner by the nonpartisan advocacy group No Labels caused tremendous controversy, leading to the group's clarification that their "Seal of Approval" is not a bonafide candidate endorsement at all.
The following diaries are examples of this week's Election Diary Rescue. This post features a collection of 43 diaries.
About the only reasonable thing in Justice Samuel Alito's otherwise asinine majority opinion on Hobby Lobby was this: the suggestion that maybe the government should find ways to ensure women have cost-free access to birth control.
After embattled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's appearances in Denver last Wednesday, wherein he refused to back off from his previous contention that Colorado's "quality of life" stinks in the wake of marijuana legalization, Christie headed up to Aspen for a panel with other Republican governors at the Aspen Institute .
New York Times provides yet another illustration of how the paper's support for restrictions on political speech distorts its reporting on the issue.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 02:37 am
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