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3 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
The modest budget deal between U.S. Reps Paul Ryan and Patty Murray is a small step forward for "sound governing and economic policy," writes Jonathan Cohn at the New Republic .
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8 hrs ago | NH Insider
As we get closer to Election Day, it's clear that Republicans are poised to take back the majority in 2014.
Arkansas farmers anxious for Congress to enact a new farm bill will likely have to wait until early next year.
Congress being Congress I wouldn't hold my breath, but the Washington Post reports that Democrat Patty Murray and Republican Paul Ryan are close on a possible budget deal to fund the government past Jan. 15. Work appeared to be complete on the basic package, a plan to partially repeal sharp spending cuts known as the sequester in fiscal 2014 and ... (more)
It hasn't been widely recognized yet, but we're in the midst of a historic neoconservative resurgence.
Kellyanne Conway's group did the polling. It's not one of the news group polls, which use a Democratic and Republican pollster together.
It's no secret that Mark Pryor is in a difficult race for a third term in Arkansas.
Three years after President Barack Obama admitted that his party took a "shellacking" in the midterm elections, Republicans are setting their sights on another political wave in 2014.
Like much of what's been written on Tom Cotton in the national political press, the National Journal's new, nearly 4,000-word cover story on him is largely sympathetic.
The bare-knuckle brawl that had been the Arkansas U.S. Senate race has entered its softer season, with both candidates toning down the rhetoric amid the holidays.
You can make a successful run for political office in this country without an especially thick rA©sumA©, any exceptional talent for expressing yourself, a noteworthy education or, for that matter, a basic grasp of science.
Obama hasn't visited Arkansas during his presidency, and he remains deeply unpopular in the state where Cotton hopes to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor in next year's election.
National Journal takes an interesting approach to its examination of Tom Cotton in his race to unseat incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Pryor in Arkansas.
In 2011, when the press asked the White House whether President Obama ever met his Uncle Omar, an illegal immigrant living in Boston, a spokesman said there was "no record" of the two ever meeting.