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NC Dem Sen Kay Hagan Trails All Republican Rivals

ObamaCare continues to wreck havoc on Democrats' chances this November. A new poll by Democrat firm Public Policy Polling finds incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) trailing ALL of her potential Republican rivals. This is in spite of the fact that many of the possible Republican challengers have very little name recognition in the state. These polls results are personal to Hagan. Jan 14, 2014 10:09 AM PT

Rand Paul Accuses Obama of 'Lie of the Century'

On Tuesday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), in a speech at the Heritage Foundation said that “It might be the biggest lie of the century to say 'if you like your doctor, you can keep him or her." President Obama made this claim repeatedly on the campaign trail. At the end of 2013, liberal "fact-checker" PolitiFact called it the "lie of the year." It is likely to haunt Democrats in November. Jan 14, 2014 9:15 AM PT

GOP Myths About Conservative Candidates

The pundit class and the GOP establishment currently are engaged in massive "concern trolling" over the possibility that Republican voters will elect conservatives in party primaries. Karl Rove, the US Chamber of Commerce and other special interests have vowed to spend whatever it takes to prevent citizens from nominating the "wrong" candidates. Setting aside the conceit that these interests know better than voters who should represent them, are these concerns even valid? Jan 13, 2014 9:35 AM PT

Congress Scrambles to Finish Budget

On Friday, House Republicans introduced legislation to extend the government's spending authority for three days beyond next week's January 15th deadline. The extension would avoid a government shutdown and allow more time for negotiators to finalize an omnibus spending bill. The omnibus bill will specific exact spending for every government program and function. Jan 11, 2014 9:02 AM PT

House Dems Defy Obama Veto Threat, Support ObamaCare Privacy Protection

On Friday, the House passed legislation requiring the Obama Administration to notify Americans if their personal data on the ObamaCare exchanges was breached or compromised. The measure passed by an overwhelming 291-122 votes, with 67 House Dems supporting the measure in defiance of a veto threat from the White House. Jan 10, 2014 10:27 AM PT

AK Sen. Mark Begich Misses Votes for Hawaii Trip

While most of the nation huddled to keep warm as a "polar vortex" blanketed the nation, Sen. Mark Begich (D-AK) was in Hawaii to speak at a conference of airport executives. The average temperature in Hawaii on Tuesday was in the low-80s. Because of the trip, Begich missed two key votes in the Senate. Jan 10, 2014 10:02 AM PT

Over Half Jobs Added in December Were Temporary

Friday's December jobs report, showing the economy added just 74k jobs last month was itself a major disappointment. Economists had expected the economy to add around 200k jobs. Looking into the details of the report, however, reveals an even bleaker picture of the labor market. Well over half the jobs added in December, 40k, were in temporary employment. Jan 10, 2014 9:38 AM PT

US Lost 2 Million Workers in 2013

Friday's December jobs report was a major disappointment, showing the economy gained just 74k jobs last month. Economists had expected the economy to gain around 200k jobs. The unemployment rate, however, dropped to 6.7% as 347k frustrated job-seekers gave up and left the labor force. We are in an upside-down world where a drop in the unemployment rate is a bad sign for the economy. Jan 10, 2014 8:15 AM PT

'Ready for Hillary' Raises More Than $4 Million

"Ready for Hillary" is a SuperPAC launched in 2013 to build support for a potential Hillary Clinton campaign for President in 2016. Aggressive fundraising outreach, including renting Clinton's list of supporters in 2008, has allowed the PAC to raise more than $4 million last year. Its an impressive amount to support a campaign that doesn't yet exist. Jan 8, 2014 7:33 AM PT

Left Tries to Silence Conservatives Ahead of 2014 Midterms

A major conceit of the left is that opposing viewpoints aren't just wrong, they are evil or, at least, morally suspect. Leftists reveal much about themselves when they argue that a conservative's position is driven only by self-interest or greed. Rather than argue intellectually against a conservative view, they need to discredit it, make it illegitimate and beneath public debate. So too is political speech to argue conservative values. The left has an enormous financial infrastructure to further its views, but conservatives doing the same are using "dark money." Jan 7, 2014 10:30 AM PT

Senate Vote Advances Unemployment Benefits Extension

The Senate voted Tuesday to invoke cloture on legislation extended unemployment benefits to the long-term unemployed. Six Republicans joined Democrats to clear the key procedural hurdle by a vote of 60-37. The vote allows the Senate to pass the final legislation with a simple majority. It isn't clear whether the House will consider the extension, but the political pressure is likely to increase. Jan 7, 2014 8:20 AM PT

6 Key States to Watch in 2014 Elections

The fight for control of the US Senate will dominate political headlines in 2014. That chamber, where Democrats face a tough struggle to retain their control, is the biggest prize on the ballot in November. Most areas of the country, however, won't see competitive races. In others, though, contests up and down the ballot could have long lasting consequences. Here are six states to watch this year. Jan 7, 2014 8:02 AM PT

Government Could Shut Down Again on Jan 15

While members of Congress ended 2013 congratulating themselves for passing a budget, the media missed the fact that the agreement doesn't actually avoid a government shutdown. The deal reached by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) provides simply a blueprint for government spending. Congress must still pass legislation detailing specific spending before January 15, when government's spending authority expires. Government still faces a potential shutdown in a little over a week. Jan 4, 2014 10:37 AM PT

Harry Reid Pushes to Extend Jobless Benefits

When the Senate reconvenes on Monday, its first legislative action will be to extend unemployment benefits for another three months. Unemployment benefits for people out of work for 99 weeks expired at the end of the year. The three month extension would cost $6.5 billion. Jan 4, 2014 7:33 AM PT

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