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  1. Nehlen to Ryan: "Judge Moore Was Falsely Accused, But You Are...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | Gateway Pundit

    Republican congressional candidate Paul Nehlen is calling on Speaker Ryan to account for his use of dirty donations from disgraced deviant Denny Hastert, former Speaker of the House, and a frequent contributor to Ryan's campaign. "Of all the politicians to fail to defend Judge Roy Moore against false allegations, Paul Ryan enjoys special place in the pantheon of hypocrisy" Nehlen began.

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  2. Violent white nationalist who attacked black woman spotted at Kris Kobach's DC fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | The Raw Story

    ... in the Washington, D.C. area." Until its dissolution, the group's roster of speakers included former Texas Rep. Ron Paul (R), conservative "race theorist" and social scientist Charles Murray and "modern day racist colonialist" Jared Taylor. In late ...

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  3. Virginia Postrel:Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Jewish World Review

    ... from in-the-know locals say that means lawn care. The libertarian-leaning Paul, son of populist-libertarian icon Ron Paul, doesn't think much of his gated community's rules and regulations. He "was probably the hardest person to encourage to follow ...

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  4. Libertarians Have Almost Nothing In Common With the Alt-RightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Counterpunch

    ... to racists. Political philosopher Murray Rothbard and writer Lew Rockwell, two associates of former Congressman Ron Paul, cooked up this strategy in the '90s, resulting in the ghost-written Ron Paul newsletters. What Ganz misses is that movements ...

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  5. Minnesota governor candidates differ on ag approachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | The Brainerd Daily Dispatch

    In the largest governor candidate forum so far in the campaign, eight candidates appeared Thursday, Nov. 9, at the annual meeting of AgriGrowth, an organization that works for farmers and agri-businesses. State Rep. Matt Dean, a Republican, said that too many greater Minnesota residents feel like they live in "lesser Minnesota."

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  6. Roy Moore allies: Sexual allegations are 'smear tactics' to derail his Senate bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Washington Examiner

    Conservative allies of Roy Moore said the Alabama Senate candidate became the victim of "smear tactics" Thursday, after several women claimed that Moore pursued them romantically when he was in his early 30s and they were between the ages of 14 to 18. The bombshell allegations were published by The Washington Post minutes after Moore's campaign issued a preemptive denial to Breitbart News on Thursday, which described the forthcoming story as "intentional defamation." Four women, each of whom spoke to the Post on the record about their encounters with Moore, said the former judge took them on dates and invited them to his home when he was nearly twice their age.

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  7. Rep. Upton: Republican tax plan will make us "more competitive with the rest of the world"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Michigan Radio

    House Republicans are positioning their sweeping tax bill for a planned floor vote next week. Senate Republicans are set to unveil their version today.

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  8. Digging into Rand Paul's 'trivial' disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Minnesota Lawyer

    ... from in-the-know locals say that means lawn care. The libertarian-leaning Paul, son of populist-libertarian icon Ron Paul, doesn't think much of his gated community's rules and regulations. He "was probably the hardest person to encourage to follow ...

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  9. DCCC Adds 11 GOP Targets, including Paul RyanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Roll Call

    The DCCC is now targeting 91 GOP districts next year. Twenty three are districts that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton won last year, and 68 were won by President Donald Trump.

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  10. Ron Paul's Neighbors Push Back Against Reports About 'Altercation'Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 9 | BizzyBlog.com

    Several of Kentucky Senator Rand Paul's neighbors are hotly disputing Louisville Courier Journal and the New York Times reports which characterized the Friday assault on the Republican Senator as being the result of "petty arguments over misplaced lawn trimmings and branches" and "a landscaping dispute," respectively. Among their objections: The Courier Journal's Thomas Novelly described the attack, during which Rene Boucher allegedly blindsided Paul and, per the Senator's most recent tweet, left him with six broken ribs and a "pleural effusion" as a "fight," while the opening sentence at the Times story authored by three reporters described it as an "altercation."

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  11. Outrage over federal tax plan, Congress and the president | FeedbackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | NJ.com

    I just answered your Instapoll on the alleged tax reform bill currently under consideration. I almost selected "Oppose Tax Reform Altogether" because in the current dominant party "tax reform" is simply code for massive breaks for corporations and wealthy individuals who already pay little or no tax compared to their incomes at the expense of the poor and middle class, whatever alleged tax cuts the latter may receive as cover for the true nature of the bill.

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  12. Commentary: The current libertarian momentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | CBS News

    ... person who used to become a libertarian now seems increasingly drawn to the alt-right, which is lousy with former Ron Paul acolytes like Richard Spencer. The economist Murray Rothbard may have been on to something when he argued that the only way ...

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  13. House panel passes bill to boost drilling on federal land, offshoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | The Hill

    The House Natural Resources Committee passed a bill Wednesday aimed at boosting oil and natural gas drilling on federal land, as well as offshore. The bill, the Strengthening the Economy with Critical Untapped Resources to Expand American Energy Act - or SECURE American Energy Act - passed 19 to 14, with nearly all Republicans in support and all Democratis opposing.

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  14. Mayor-elect in Attleboro won't be resigning his House seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Attleboro's mayor-elect, Democrat Rep. Paul Heroux, plans to serve out the remaining 14 months of his term in the House even after taking over at City Hall, in part to give his party a better chance at holding the House seat. After hearing about his plans, House Speaker Robert DeLeo on Wednesday said a conversation with Heroux is likely, but the decision would ultimately be up to the three-term lawmaker.

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  15. Mundy Keeps High Court Seat Despite 'Anti-Trump Wind,' but Dems Win Big in Superior CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | Law.com

    Interim Justice Sallie Updyke Mundy, the Republican candidate for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, has beaten Democratic Allegheny County judge and ex-Pittsburgh Steeler Dwayne Woodruff for a spot on the state's highest court. Although Mundy's campaign far outspent Woodruff's, the race was still not a runaway for the 55-year-old Tioga County Republican, with Mundy earning 52.34 percent of the vote to Woodruff's 47.66 percent .

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  16. Republican Antonio Soave drops out of Kansas' 2nd District congressional campaign Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | Hays Daily News

    Republican congressional candidate Antonio Soave revealed Tuesday the decision to quit Kansas' Second District race in wake of controversy about his leadership at the state's commerce department and litigation centered on private business dealings. Soave, who served as secretary of the Kansas Department of Commerce from November 2015 until June, said stress of the campaign had been greater than anticipated and he would withdraw from the contest to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, R-Kan.

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  17. Democrat elected to Trumbull First Selectman spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 7 | Westport News

    Vicki Tesoro hugs a supporter after winning election as Trumbull's first selectman during a gathering at Tashua Knolls Golf Club in Trumbull on Tuesday. Vicki Tesoro hugs a supporter after winning election as Trumbull's first selectman during a gathering at Tashua Knolls Golf Club in Trumbull on Tuesday.

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  18. John Barrett III wins 1st Berkshire District seat in StatehouseRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 7 | Berkshire Eagle

    Democrat John Barrett III, a 26-year mayor of North Adams, will be the next 1st Berkshire District state representative after winning Tuesday's election in a decisive victory. The final vote was 4,733 for Barrett and 1,415 for Republican Christine Canning.

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  19. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 7 | North Country Now

    The new town council members will be Democrats James Smith and Tim Danehy. They garnered respective vote tallies of 1,588 and 1,176.

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  20. Army veteran and Iditarod racer joins contest for 2nd District Congressional seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 7 | The Capital-Journal

    West Point graduate and Army veteran Steve Watkins is running as a Republican for the 2nd District Congressional seat to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins. Army veteran, Iditarod dog racer and Mt.

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