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Liberals, labor unions turn on Gang of 8 immigration bill

Immigration Protest
That's a problem for the president

McConnell bugger don't care


Dauntless, humorless scold gets no laughs from Ashley Judd’s being related to St. Francis

E.J. Dionne: 'It's just not easy being Barack Obama'

Liberal Washington Post columnist blames shifting political spectrum for Obama being cast as an ‘ultra-left winger’

White House lawyer met one-on-one with Treasury lawyer long before April


Kathryn Ruemmler had series of one-on-one meetings in 2012 with Treasury counsel who knew about IG report

'Yes we can' chant breaks out as Senate panel passes immigration bill

Committee chair Patrick Leahy seen motioning the to the audience after legislation passes by a 13-5 vote

Earth Day co-founder killed, 'composted' his ex-girlfriend - TheDCNF


Ira Einhorn told police she went missing shopping for tofu and sprouts

Telegraph kills comments on Thatcher stories, citing 'abuse'

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Editor laments, ‘Even our address to email tributes is filled with abuse’

HBO's Leftward Lurch - TheDC

Take a peek at HBO’s programming slate and you’ll find a plethora of left-leaning content

White House scorecard: MSNBC up, bloggers down - Politico

The White House continues to grade the ‘professional left’

Spirit grounds thousands of travelers - PORTFOLIO.COM

Because it is small, you may not have heard that Florida-based Spirit Airlines has been shut down since Saturday

US leaves eight troops in Haiti - Wired

Weeks after Haiti’s devastating quake, the US sent over 20,000 troops to aid in rescue efforts, now only eight will remain until September

Is Rahm Emanuel Obama's Dick Cheney? - The Wall Street Journal

President Barack Obama’s liberal backers have a long list of grievances. White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, they say, is the prime obstacle to the changes they thought Mr. Obama’s election would bring.

Picking up the ‘fractured right’

One of today’s most over-reported political topics is “the fractured right.” Policy factions, a lack of leaders, minority status–the storyline changes, but the subject does not. The media cannot pretend to hide its enthusiasm. However, if the media could sublimate its exterior cheerleader and unleash its inner reporter, it would find the fractures on the political spectrum’s other end are wider, older, and more threatening.