Dan Riehl

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Karl Rove Not The King He Once Was

Karl Rove’s American Crossroads long sat at the top of the GOP political food chain. It dominated through three presidential election cycles, but no longer.

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Rick Santorum Slams Fox News for ‘Arbitrary’ Debate Rules

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum isn’t happy with Fox News, given their announced guidelines for the first GOP debate. “Fox News announced it would limit participation to those GOP candidates who rank in the top 10 of five national polls in the months leading up to the debate in Cleveland.”

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Hillary Clinton Wants to Get You Excited

She may be too busy to answer questions from the lowly media … or even to provide you with a location – but according to her Twitter account, Hillary Clinton wants you to “get excited.”

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Rand Paul Hits the Clintons on Race

Sen and GOP presidential hopeful Rand Paul, whom even prominent progressive voices have given credit for being ahead of many Democrats on so called civil right issues, is calling out former President Bill Clinton for putting “a generation of black men in prison,” which Clinton has basically acknowledged as true.

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ABC’s Stephanopoulos Under Fire for ‘Egregious Failing’

ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos’ “undisclosed contributions totaling $75,000 to former President Bill Clinton’s foundation … will cripple his ability to participate in the network’s coverage of the 2016 presidential election,” according to retired White House correspondent Ann Compton.

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Jeb Bush: We Can Replace Obamacare with the Apple Watch

In his latest head-scratcher moment, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush left himself wide open for a swipe from Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL)—never a good idea—while leaving others wondering what the heck it was he was thinking, let alone talking about.

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Jeb Bush Passes on Iowa Straw Poll

A spokesperson for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told the Des Moines Register that Bush will opt out of the broadly criticized Iowa Straw Poll and focus on the Feb 1 Iowa caucuses, instead.

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WSJ Continues Its War on Sen. Sessions

Unfortunately, the WSJ editorial page’s ability to research and evaluate immigration plans honestly appears to be lacking. Perhaps it was bought off by its corporate paymasters.

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