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Oh, the irony! NBC host Chuck Todd grilled Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Sunday for repeating talking points instead of providing answers to any of his questions. During an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press, the visibly frustrated host noted that Cruz had spent their entire time together “trying to eviscerate Donald Trump.” “If […]

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Late Sunday the Cruz and Kasich teams put on nearly identical statements regarding banding together to stop the Trump Train. This news did not go over well with Donald Trump and his response online was swift and filled with lots of descriptive words, like “sad!”, “desperate!” and “weakness!” A few tweets: DESPERATION! Wow, just announced […]

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Ted Cruz has discovered a new retirement plan. You know there’s a law that candidates cannot spend campaign donations to benefit themselves. There’s about 174 ways around that law that I can come up with before sundown. But, in all honesty, this is the first time I’ve seen this one. Here’s how it works. Write […]

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The Democratic Party and the presidential campaign of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are set to sue the state of Arizona over voter access, according to the Washington Post. The lawsuit was apparently prompted by long lines at the state’s primaries last month, during which some residents reportedly waited as long as five hours […]

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On a recent episode of All In With Chris Hayes, the host and Sam Seder – host of the political podcast The Majority Report – discussed the many undemocratic things happening in this election cycle. They also discussed how it is very much by design. First up was Voter ID laws. The Republican and Democratic […]

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President Barack Obama blasted Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Monday for his “half-baked notion” to force Mexico to pay for a border wall by blocking immigrants from sending money back to their families. In a memo to The Washington Post on Tuesday, Trump explained that it would be an “easy decision for Mexico” to […]

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It didn’t take long for Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to put the kibosh on President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee to replace Antonin Scalia. Speaking on the Senate floor, McConnell started with this, “It is a president’s constitutional right to nominate a Supreme Court justice and it is the Senate’s constitutional right to act […]

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A group of Donald Trump supporters over the weekend called for volunteers to join a would-be militia aiming to protect voters against so-called “violent far-left agitators.” In recent days, violence at Trump’s rallies has escalated to match the candidate’s rhetoric. Last week, a man in North Carolina was charged with assault after he sucker-punched a […]

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Donald Trump uses the word “deal” more often than most Americans use vowels. In fact, Trump’s narrative of himself as a “dealmaker” is one of the few beliefs in which he’s shown any real conviction his entire life. It’s a bit ironic – Trump’s success as a candidate relies on his image as a businessman, […]

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I heard someone on cable news the other day (I don’t remember which channel, since CNN and MSNBC seem to have merged into the same circus), talking about how Republicans absurdly contradict themselves all the time, but it doesn’t matter because… Republicans have amnesia! If only there was some group of professionals who tracked these […]

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