#WeWillReplaceYou

From The Washington Post: New progressive PACs warn Democrats to oppose Trump — or get primaried By David Weigel | February 16, 2017 Last April, working the rope line after a campaign visit to Pittsburgh, Hillary Clinton stretched out her hand to greet Yong Jung Cho. The Democratic presidential candidate was walking into a familiar …

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The Republicans finally learn to play hardball Orrin Hatch shows Mitch McConnell what a backbone really is

From msn.com: Senate panel backs Price as health secretary, Mnuchin for Treasury By Susan Cornwell and David Lawder | Wednesday, 1 February 2017 | 10:01 AM EST WASHINGTON, Feb 1 (Reuters) – The Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday voted to confirm Representative Tom Price to head the Department of Health and Human Services and banker …

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A little less talk and a lot more action

From Toby Keith: President Trump just told the Republicans in Congress that that is what the American people expect. From The Philadelphia Inquirer: In Philly, Trump tells Congressional leaders: ‘Now we have to deliver’ by Jonathan Tamari, Washington Bureau @JonathanTamari | Updated: January 26, 2017 — 6:03 PM EST In his first visit outside Washington …

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The difference between Republicans and Democrats on ‘Diversity’

The Wall Street Journal had a story this morning, New Congress Reflects Both Diversity of America and Difference Between Parties, which included numbers but missed the point. The House of Representatives that takes the oath of office on Tuesday will include its first Indian-American woman. The Senate will have a record number of women, including …

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The case for Carly Fiorina

From Paul Mirengoff on Powerline: A case for Carly Fiorina Our friend Dave Begley has been running the rule over the Republican presidential field as it passes through Council Bluffs, Iowa and other venues not far from Omaha, Nebraska where Dave resides. We are proud to have featured his excellent reports on Power Line. Now, …

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