Thursday, May 21, 2015

George W. Bush’s CIA briefer admits Iraq WMD “intelligence” was a lie - Salon.com


George W. Bush's CIA briefer admits Iraq WMD "intelligence" was a lie

George W. Bush’s CIA briefer admits Iraq WMD “intelligence” was a lie - Salon.com






Credit: MSNBC)

Calif. declares emergency after oil spill fouls sea and beaches near Santa Barbara - The Washington Post



Calif. declares emergency after oil spill fouls sea and beaches near Santa Barbara - The Washington Post



Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio battles with Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower for the 1952 Republican presidential nomination.


Eisenhower, Taft, and the Texas Steal

Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio battles with Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower for the 1952 Republican presidential nomination.

President Obama’s favorable numbers just hit an 18-month high. Why? - The Washington Post


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President Obama’s favorable numbers just hit an 18-month high. Why? - The Washington Post

East Bay Senate race shows how state politics are changing - San Francisco Chronicle


Steve Glazer who ran for East Bay State Senate seat gives a celebratory speech at Europa Hofbraus in Orinda after finding out that he won the election on May 19th 2015. Photo: Sam Wolson, Special To The Chronicle

East Bay Senate race shows how state politics are changing - San Francisco Chronicle






Photo: Sam Wolson, Special To The Chronicle

Poll: Kamala Harris leads California Senate contenders, except for 'undecided' - ContraCostaTimes.com


California attorney general and U.S. Senate candidate Kamala Harris speaks at her office in San Francisco, Calif., Wednesday, March 18, 2015. (Karl

Poll: Kamala Harris leads California Senate contenders, except for 'undecided' - ContraCostaTimes.com




(Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Five presidents say good riddance to Letterman - The Washington Post

Five presidents say good riddance to Letterman - The Washington Post

Jeb’s careful dismissal of climate change sounds an awful lot like George W. - The Washington Post



Jeb’s careful dismissal of climate change sounds an awful lot like George W. - The Washington Post


Former Florida governor Jeb Bush speaks at an event in Portsmouth, N.H., on May 20. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)

Rand Paul on Education


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Larry J. Sabato's Crystal Ball » Senate 2016: Sorting out the Democrats’ best targets



Larry J. Sabato's Crystal Ball » Senate 2016: Sorting out the Democrats’ best targets

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Gov. Christie loses his marbles on national TV | Editorial | NJ.com



Gov. Christie loses his marbles on national TV | Editorial | NJ.com


Matt Friedman | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

First cut is the deepest: Who wouldn’t make the GOP debate - Steven Shepard - POLITICO


WAUKEE, IA - APRIL 25:  A vendor sell campaign buttons at the Point of Grace Church before the start of the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition 2015 Spring Kickoff on April 25, 2015 in Waukee, Iowa. The Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition, a conservative Christian organization, hosted 9 potential contenders for the 2016 Republican presidential nominations at the event.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

First cut is the deepest: Who wouldn’t make the GOP debate - Steven Shepard - POLITICO




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The vote-counting in Kentucky on Tuesday was crazy. Here’s what happened. - The Washington Post



The vote-counting in Kentucky on Tuesday was crazy. Here’s what happened. - The Washington Post


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Businessman Matt Bevin could pull out a surprise win to become the Republican nominee for Kentucky's governor.

Republicans respond to the Iraq question | MSNBC

Republicans respond to the Iraq question | MSNBC

Clinton campaign hires former DREAMer as head of Latino outreach - The Washington Post



Clinton campaign hires former DREAMer as head of Latino outreach - The Washington Post



U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claps along with the audience as she arrives at a campaign event in Mason City, Iowa, United States, May 18, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young