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John Bolton Will Testify If Subpoenaed, So Why Aren't House Dems Doing That? 9.1.2020 Crooks Liars
I was fighting a cold yesterday, so I thought there were physical reasons why I couldn't seem to grasp the importance of this story , which seemed monumental to everyone else: But this morning I read Politico Playbook 's lead item and I realized that my foggy brain yesterday was imagining precisely what's happened in the aftermath of Bolton's announcement: WE WERE ALL ATWITTER Monday when JOHN BOLTON popped up on his political action committee’s webpage to say that he would testify if subpoenaed in a Senate trial. BUT, AT THIS MOMENT, why should we think he’ll testify? SENATE MAJORITY LEADER MITCH MCCONNELL seems to have his entire conference behind the Clinton rules for impeachment, which required 51 votes to subpoena someone for testimony ... and there was very, very little movement ...
Democratic Party Backs ALEC Alumnus Congressman Against Progressive Challenger 8.1.2020
The DCCC is helping Arizona Rep. Tom O’Halleran, an ALEC alumnus, beat back a challenge from Eva ...
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Susan Collins says she backs McConnell’s rigged impeachment trial because Schumer is raising money for her rival 8.1.2020 Raw Story
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced on Tuesday that he had secured the unanimous votes from his caucus to pass a partisan rules package for the impeachment trial that could allow Republicans to advance straight to a vote without hearing from any additional witnesses — including several Republican senators who had expressed discomfort at […]
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Ed Rollins: Trump Doesn't Have To Brief Congress 3.1.2020 Crooks Liars
You may remember Ed Rollins as the political consultant for Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign in 2012 and then abandoned her before the first contest. ( His departing quote was "She's out of money and ideas." What a sweetheart!) Now he's the co-chairman of the pro-Trump Great America PAC, which may be out of ideas but not out of money for Ed Rollins, nosir! And so Rollins earned his keep Friday on Fox Nation, declaring that Donald Trump had no obligation to brief anyone in Congress because of leaks during the impeachment process. "The Congress has given up its opportunity to be briefed in advance over the leaks that have occurred over the last year in the impeachment process that is going on today." Who is he talking about, Devin Nunes? Well, yeah then. But Nunes isn't in the Gang of 8, which Does. Not. Leak. Intel. And Ed Rollins knows that. He's a good propaganda minister though and as I said, earned his paycheck, which is very Ed Rollins of him. PS. The concerned woman arguing for ...
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GOP consultant says the Republican Party has reached a ‘day of reckoning’ as Trump consumes it whole 2.1.2020 Raw Story
In much of the right-wing media — from Fox News to AM talk radio to Breitbart — conservative condemnation of President Donald Trump is in painfully short supply. One usually has to go to outlets like MSNBC and the Washington Post to find people on the right who will forcefully critique the president. But GOP […]
Sarah Palin sues NY Times for $75,000 over editorial linking her to lawmaker’s shooting 31.12.2019 Raw Story
President Donald Trump isn’t the only Republican politician who has been highly critical of the New York Times: former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is another long-time critic —and on Monday, the 2008 GOP vice-presidential nominee filed a 52-page amended complaint as part of her defamation lawsuit against the publication. Palin, according to Law & Crime, […]
Citizens United Broke Our Democracy One Decade Ago. It Never Recovered. 29.12.2019
The election of Trump will likely define the 2010's, but a single day in January 2010 helped set his rise into ...
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The election of Donald Trump will likely define the 2010s — but a single day in January 2010 set his rise into motion 29.12.2019 Raw Story
The election of President Donald Trump will likely define this decade, but the breakdown in our political system which sowed deeper partisan divisions and ultimately paved the way for his White House victory can be traced back to a single January day almost exactly ten years ago. On Jan. 21, 2010, then-Supreme Court Justice Anthony […]
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Here Are the Corporate Elites Hosting Biden’s Manhattan Fundraisers 27.12.2019
More than a dozen high-powered lawyers and executives will help “Middle-Class Joe” raise campaign cash in early ...
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Leadership PACs Pay for Luxury Hotel Stays, Private Flights, New Nonprofits 26.12.2019
People toast with champagne glasses
Many leadership PACs are delivering large payments to close allies or even paying for lavish lifestyles.
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‘Pirate’ Trump PACs have ripped off the president’s supporters to the tune of $46 million: report 23.12.2019 Raw Story
While the effort to get President Trump reelected is widespread, some pro-Trump PACs that are unaffiliated with Trump’s campaign are targeting grass roots donors and “reportedly spending little money to help Trump’s re-election.” POLITICO reports. The groups have raised a combined $46 million through various means, including selling Trump merchandise. But the Trump campaign wants […]
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Impeachment Has Been A Messaging Disaster For The White House. Why Won't The Press Say So? 23.12.2019 Crooks Liars
The impeachment of Donald Trump was always going to be a messaging war, and on paper it should have been a rout for Republicans. With his Twitter megaphone reaching more than 60 million followers, Trump should have been able to use his uniquely digital White House bully pulpit to sway the nation's opinion. He should have been able to use his regular mass rallies to convince voters that he did nothing wrong. He should have benefited from the nearly $20 million the Republican Party and aligned super PACs have spent on anti-impeachment television ads over the past two months. (“A rigged process. A sham impeachment. No quid pro quo.") He should have benefited from Fox News, which functions as a blind cabal of cable television loyalists, to effectively spin GOP impeachment talking points. But despite all that mass media firepower, Trump and the White House have utterly failed to move the public opinion needle on impeachment over the past few months, as one-half of the country remains committed to ...
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Neo-Confederate Group Is Funding Candidates in North Carolina 22.12.2019
Neo-Confederate Group Is Funding Candidates in North Carolina
Mysterious PAC propping up embattled Susan Collins’ attempt to hang onto to her seat 20.12.2019 Raw Story
According to a report from the Daily Beast’s “Pay Dirt” team, embattled Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) is getting an assist in her campaign to cling to her seat after sentiment in her state turned against her after she voted to put Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court despite accusations of sexual improprieties. Collins — along […]
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Cash-Strapped NRA Discloses Spending on Foreign Fundraising for the First Time 19.12.2019
Despite foreign fundraising and misappropriation of its charities' funds, the NRA spent more than it raised last ...
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Trump impeachment? 2020 candidates want to talk about anything but 19.12.2019 L.A. Times - World News

After all the drama, the political fallout from impeachment seems likely to be an anticlimax. Here's why candidates don't want to talk about it.

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‘He’s an unhinged madman’: Rick Wilson slams Trump’s grip on the GOP 18.12.2019 Raw Story
The night before the U.S. House of Representatives was preparing to vote on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump — one for abuse of power, the other for obstruction of Congress — GOP strategist Rick Wilson explained to MSNBC’s Brian Williams why he has formed a right-wing anti-Trump SUPER PAC, The Lincoln Project, […]
Joe Biden’s Campaign Co-Chair Is a Big Oil and Gas Booster 18.12.2019
Rep. Cedric Richmond talks with reporters on September 12, 2019.
Rep. Cedric Richmond has one of the most fossil fuel industry-friendly voting records of all Democrats in Congress.
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Incoming NBC Universal Boss Executive Gave $30,600 to Democrats 16.12.2019 NewsBusters
In the latest example of corporate media leftism, the parent company of NBC News — NBC Universal (“NBCU”) — is set to place NBCU executive Jeff Shell as CEO of the entire company. Shell has given at least $30,600 exclusively to Democrats this election cycle. The Hollywood Reporter wrote Dec. 16, that Shell “will take over as CEO of NBCUniversal from Steve ...
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Conservative explains why Mitch McConnell is scared to let Giuliani henchman Lev Parnas testify 16.12.2019 Raw Story
On Monday, A. B. Stoddard — a conservative editor at RealClearPolitics who appears frequently on Fox News and CNN — zoomed in on one of the key witnesses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) doesn’t want to testify in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial: Lev Parnas, the associate of Rudy Giuliani indicted for campaign finance […]
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