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Major Forces at Politico to Exit in 2016

By the end of 2016, Politico will be bereft of three of its guiding lights.  Jim VandeHei, the co-founder and CEO; Mike Allen, author of Politico Playbook; and Kim Kingsley, Politico’s COO, will all have left for greener pastures. Chief

Politico Playbook: Ebola Hearings? What Ebola Hearings?

Politico Playbook: Ebola Hearings? What Ebola Hearings?

Politico’s Mike Allen is famous for never taking a day off. His Politico Playbook even publishes on Christmas Day. Friday’s Playbook makes one wonder if Allen didn’t write this one up in advance so he could sleep in. Today’s Playbook

Sebelius Misspells Successor's Name in Farewell Email

Sebelius Misspells Successor's Name in Farewell Email

Newly-retired Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius misspelled the name of her successor, Sylvia Burwell, in her final goodbye email to her HHS coworkers, reports Politico.  A Friday evening email titled “Thank you” read as follows: “As you’ve no

Politico Under Fire Over Alleged Payola Scandal

Politico Under Fire Over Alleged Payola Scandal

Late last month Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple pretty much caught Politico reporter Mike Allen in what is known as “payola” or “pay-for-play” or, if you want to be generous, “native advertising.” Either way, Wemple made a very convincing

Politico: Dems Prep to Trash ObamaCare

Politico: Dems Prep to Trash ObamaCare

It is no secret that the Democrat party is hemorrhaging support in the wake of the disastrous ObamaCare rollout. As the Administration warns that the website will not be fully operational at the end of November, nervous Democrats are expected

Washington Post: Politico's Pay for Playbook

Washington Post: Politico's Pay for Playbook

Politico and one of its star reporters, Mike Allen, now find themselves at the wrong end of a thorough evisceration courtesy of Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple. Allen and Politico appear to have been caught red-handed in what might

RIP: Politico Concedes Immigration Reform Will Die in House

RIP: Politico Concedes Immigration Reform Will Die in House

Immigration reform will wither and die slowly in the House. So says Politico, the paper that keeps score for the company town that is Washington, D.C.  As Republican House Members get ready to meet on Wednesday to discuss immigration issues,

Rubio: Earth 'At Least 4.5B Years Old'

Rubio: Earth 'At Least 4.5B Years Old'

Preventing the Democrat-Media Complex from painting him as yet another anti-science Republican fringe figure, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) today said, “There is no scientific debate on the age of the earth.” He said that the planet is “at least 4.5

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