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Pro-Israel Groups Target Dem Senators On Iran

A group of 12 Democratic Senators are the subject of a new full-page ad in the New York Times from pro-Israel groups pushing them to back new sanctions on Iran, increasing the pressure on them to fellow Democratic President Barack
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Mitt Romney Is Out, Jeb Bush Gears Up

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush continues to press forward with his likely 2016 presidential run, as Team Bush has just announced the hiring of Republican Iowa strategist David Kochel, who will take the lead over at his Right to Rise PAC.
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Conservative GOP Stars Say Common Core Central to 2016 Race

Less than a year ago, Beltway pundits laughed when rank and file conservatives said the Common Core standards would be a major issue in the 2016 presidential race. Now, the conservative stars of the GOP who are lining up as potential contenders know the education reform initiative boondoggle will be a critical aspect of the debates.
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Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee $15M in Debt

Calling it "one of the largest burdens the party has carried in decades," The Hill reports that the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) is carrying $15 million in operational debt going into the 2016 election cycle, and that doesn't include the "$5 million loan the organization took out to buy a house adjacent to its headquarters that it has leased for years..."
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Getting the Couch Potatoes Back to Work

In 2014, GDP growth bounced back in the spring and summer from a tough winter, but in the fourth quarter, it fell off to 2.6 percent. History indicates the country should be doing a lot better—simply, too many prime working-age Americans are despondent and have permanently dropped out of the workforce.

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