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The Republican Rape Comment That Just Won't Die

The Republican Rape Comment That Just Won't Die
Once is a slip, an uniformed comment. Twice is a troubling pattern, but perhaps just two outliers. A third crazy rape statement makes it pretty hard to explain away. The last thing Republicans needed as March rolled around was more fuel for the rape comment fire.
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Hillary Clinton Is Still Popular, More So Than Obama, Biden

Hillary Clinton Is Still Popular, More So Than Obama, Biden
Though currently she is -- at least temporarily -- out of political life, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continues to enjoy a strong favorability rating, now 64 percent. Americans view Clinton more favorably than the president and vice president, as well as Clinton's successor, Secretary of State John Kerry.
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So Much for Rebranding: NM GOP Official Calls a Teenage Wage Advocate 'Radical Bitch'

So Much for Rebranding: NM GOP Official Calls a Teenage Wage Advocate 'Radical Bitch'
Steve Kush, the executive director of the Bernalillo County Republican Party, decided to weigh in on the testimony of 19-year-old girl advocating a $1 raise in New Mexico's minimum wage, from $7.50 to $8.50. That's when things started to get dicey.
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Pelosi Best Known, Least Liked of Congressional Leaders

Pelosi Best Known, Least Liked of Congressional Leaders
The implication for the 2014 elections is that neither congressional caucus has a strong front man or woman to lead its party's midterm campaign.
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NH Legislator Says Government Planned Boston Attack

NH Legislator Says Government Planned Boston Attack
Republican State Rep. Stella Tremblay of New Hampshire posted to Glenn Beck’s Facebook page (of all places) that the U.S. government is responsible for last week’s harrowing bombing.
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Six-term Democratic Sen. Max Baucus to Retire

Six-term Democratic Sen. Max Baucus to Retire
Democratic officials say Sen. Max Baucus of Montana, the chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee, plans to retire. Baucus is the seventh senator to announce his retirement. Two Republicans and four Democrats have already announced that they would not seek another term.
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George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum Chronicles Katrina, 9/11 Attacks, War

George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum Chronicles Katrina, 9/11 Attacks, War
A tour of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum begins in a bright area representing his early domestic agenda. With one turn, visitors find themselves in a darkened room surrounded by chilling reminders of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
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Paul for President: KY Senator Considers 2016 Bid

Paul for President: KY Senator Considers 2016 Bid
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said Wednesday he is considering a presidential campaign in 2016. Paul is the son of former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, a libertarian Republican who sought the presidency in 1988, 2008 and 2012.
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Dubya, the Painter: 'He's Pretty Fearless as an Artist'

Dubya, the Painter: 'He's Pretty Fearless as an Artist'
After a hacker broke into Bush family email accounts, the internet lit up like a Christmas tree as photos of nude self-portraits painted by George W. Bush went viral.
Now, Bush is talking about the paintings, telling the Dallas Morning-News he likes to shake up stereotypes and finds painting a way he can express himself "in a way that's unique."
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A Modern Guide to the Conservative Movement

A Modern Guide to the Conservative Movement
Is your favorite politician on the list? Add them in the comments section below. Don't forget the "In one word" part...we all need a laugh. After all, we do report on their shenanigans every day. Let's call it: free therapy.
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