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MO Senator Fends Off Critics of McCutcheon Decision With (You Guessed It) Bags of Campaign Money

MO Senator Fends Off Critics of McCutcheon Decision With (You Guessed It) Bags of Campaign Money
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt, R-MO, got a big affirmation recently when the Supreme Court essentially endorsed the type of big money politics that have provided the bedrock for his political career. It's no surprise then that Blunt is downplaying the impact of the McCutcheon decision.
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Another Prominent TX Republican Switches to the Democratic Party

Another Prominent TX Republican Switches to the Democratic Party
Judge Lawrence Meyers, first elected to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals as a Republican in 1992, has had enough. As of today, Judge Meyers is a Democrat. Judge Meyers will be running as a Democrat in the special election for Texas Supreme Court, Place 6, against Justice Jeff Brown (R) this fall.
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Is Liz Cheney's Senate Campaign a Trial Run for Bigger Office or More GOP Cannibalism?

Is Liz Cheney's Senate Campaign a Trial Run for Bigger Office or More GOP Cannibalism?
Editor-in-Chief of TheContributor.com, Tina Dupuy, showed up on MSNBC's The Ed Show to discuss Liz Cheney's Wyoming Senate candidacy and the self-destructive future of the Republican party. Dupuy doesn't mince words when it comes to the qualifications touted by the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney.
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Boehner: I Remain the Most Optimistic Person in This Town

Obama drew a colorful sketch of his negotiating partner during the 2011 budget talks, as quoted by author Bob Woodward: "He's a golf-playing, cigarette-smoking, country-club Republican who's there to make deals."
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