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Obama’s biggest wins and losses and what they mean for 2015

Man, 2014 was such a whirl, wasn’t it? This was the year that a teenager from Brooklyn captivated the nation doing the dance my uncle used to do at family…

What to expect from the Republican-controlled Congress

In January, Republicans will run both houses of Congress — not that anyone is surprised. The Senate takeover was engineered by Mitch McConnell and was largely a campaign waged against…

An in-depth look at Scott Walker’s victory

The incoming Republican wave crashed especially hard for Democrats in Wisconsin, who for the better part of a year fought tooth and nail to try to unseat Governor Scott Walker.…

College GOP slammed over sexist ‘Say Yes to the Dress’-inspired election ads

The Republican Party has a long history of putting its foot in its collective mouth when it comes to basically issue concerning women. So, it's pretty troubling that the leader…

An open letter to Chris McDaniel: What you can learn from John McCain

Hey Chris, I hope you can tear yourself away from your binders full of ineligible voters/women to read this piece of totally sage and free advice I’m about to give…

Ben Carson is crazy, but his Super PAC chairman is crazier: Meet John Philip Sousa IV

In further proof that 2016 will be very embarrassing for Republicans, rising conservative star Dr. Ben Carson is moving closer to a presidential bid. The pediatric neurosurgeon, who once called…

This might be the most pathetic GOP fundraising email ever

This morning, I received an emailed with the subject line, "Huseman, did you abandon the GOP?" It took me a couple of blinks to rationalize that this was a real…

Could single women decide the 2016 election?

In the past several years, the number of unmarried women has increased dramatically in the United States. Due in a large part to better accessibility to higher education and increased…

Wendy Davis’s biggest mistake? Running like she could win

Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of Wendy Davis’s famous filibuster against abortion restrictions. While the 11-hour protest made her a national darling of the Democratic Party, you won’t find language…

An open letter to Karl Rove after his ‘brain damage’ comments: Please go away

What do the names Vlad the Impaler, Lord Voldemort and Karl Rove have in common? They all have one “v” in their names and when grouped together, none seem out…

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