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  1. Koch organization attacks Hillary on Ex-Im bankRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Politico

    The Koch brothers organization on Friday blasted Hillary Clinton's support for the Export-Import bank, previewing a potentially rancorous and expensive fight between the leading Democratic presidential candidate and the deepest pocketed network of donors on the right. The issue of re-authorizing the once little known export credit agency is getting a lot of attention on the campaign trail, with the bank's charter set to expire June 30 and Republican presidential candidates and members of Congress under pressure from influential conservative groups including those in the Koch network to oppose it.


  2. Hillary Clinton Says GOP Hopefuls Are Afraid to - Stand Up to the Tea Party'Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    ... the bank was one of sources of government overreach that he believes "should be phased out." Florida Senator Marco Rubio has been opposed to the agency since at least 2012 and has reiterated his position in recent weeks. Other Republican ...


  3. Hillary Clinton Unloads on GOP Over Export BankRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago |

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a business roundtable at the Smuttynose Brewery with co-owner Peter Egelston May 22, 2015 in Hampton, New Hampshire. Hillary Clinton is out of patience for her Republican rivals and their opposition to an export-assistance program.


  4. Dickipedia: Mitch McConnellRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Switched

    Addison Mitchell "Mitch" McConnell Jr. is a lawyer, a senior U.S. Senator from Kentucky, the new Senate majority leader and a dick. *Note: The people at the Wikimedia Foundation asked us - very politely, by the way -- to make sure people know that Dickipedia is in no way associated or affiliated with the Wikimedia Foundation or Wikipedia and does not represent the values of the Wikimedia Foundation or Wikipedia.


  5. Trump calls Romney a a choker,a says Jeb is a total foolaRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | New York Post

    Trump came out swinging against the GOP lineup during an appearance Thursday night in Sarasota, Fla., slamming Mitt Romney as a "choker" who couldn't even beat "a failed president," Jeb Bush as "making a total fool of himself" during a "horror show" interview on George W. Bush's decision to invade Iraq, and Marco Rubio as weak on immigration. Bush "couldn't answer, is the Iraq war a good thing or a bad thing," Trump complained of the interview flub.


  6. Clinton rips Ex-Im criticism: 'It's embarrassing'Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Hill

    Most top-tier Republicans and prospective presidential candidates oppose the bank's reauthorization , including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. She praised the 80-year-old federally backed bank as an institution that helps sustain jobs and criticized Republicans for risking job loss "rather than stand up to the Tea Party and talk radio."


  7. Prospect of Hillary Clinton-MarcoRubio Matchup Unnerves DemocratsRead the original story

    17 hrs ago |

    They use words like "historic" and "charismatic," phrases like "great potential" and "million-dollar smile." They notice audience members moved to tears by an American-dream-come-true success story.


  8. Christie, Jeb Defend NSA Against Rand ProtestRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Weekly Standard

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  9. No Debate Equals No Democracy: The Folly of Fast TrackRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Common Dreams

    Police remove social justice activist Margaret Flowers for protesting the Trans-Pacific Partnership during a Senate hearing in January. The decision on whether to surrender the authority of the US Congress to amend and potentially improve trade agreements goes to the very heart of whether the United States respects democracy .


  10. Unseemly speechifyingRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Again with the speeches. The gross excessiveness of it all, vacuuming up six-figure checks well past the point of rational need or political seemliness.


  11. Pro-Clinton Super PAC Wasted MillionsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    Priorities USA Action is under fire for its disappointing fundraising totals. Wait 'til people see how they spent the Hillary-friendly operation spent what money they managed to bring in.


  12. U.S. and Cuba fail to seal embassy dealRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Politico

    The United States and Cuba failed to reach an agreement this week on re-establishing embassies in each others' capitals, but pledged to keep negotiating as part of a broader effort to normalize relations after more than 50 years of estrangement. Delegations from the countries met Thursday and Friday in Washington, D.C., to discuss a range of logistical and other issues related to the embassies.


  13. UPDATE 1-Clinton attacks Republicans over Ex-Im Bank in New HampshireRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Reuters

    Hillary Clinton on Friday voiced strong support for keeping the U.S. Export-Import Bank open and accused Republican opponents who want to close the export-promoting lender of putting American jobs at risk. Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, said it would be "wrong" to dismantle the bank because it helps U.S. businesses sell goods in a fiercely competitive global market.


  14. Bush, Christie defend NSA surveillance programsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    As Congress ponders the fate of the PATRIOT Act - and the counterterrorism surveillance programs it authorizes - two potential Republican presidential candidates stuck up for those programs Friday at a conference of Republican activists. Both former Florida governor Jeb Bush and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie disputed the critics - including some fellow Republicans - who say the surveillance programs violate civil liberties.


  15. Who the Jewish Billionaires Are Backing for 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Forward

    ... Clinton during the Obama years, but has now returned to base, promising his unequivocal support. Florida Senator Marco Rubio has locked in top Jewish donor Norman Braman, who has reportedly agreed to spend $10-15 million to make sure Rubio is the ...


  16. Politifact Florida: Marco Rubioa s statements on Iraq have shifted but not flippedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | The Miami Herald

    Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace. He aggressively questioned Rubio on his positions in an interview May 17, asking him if he'd changed positions on Iraq.


  17. a Active America:a Marco Rubio pushes for intervention despite a wary publicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The Miami Herald

    If Marco Rubio ends up as president, he'll have lots of time to convince the American public that his way is the right way on foreign policy - because right now, they often don't agree with him. On some of the key hot-button foreign policy issues of the day - the Iraq war, the Iran negotiations, Cuba - Americans as measured in polls Whether that ultimately matters for the Florida Republican's campaign is unclear.


  18. 'Should We Have Waged the Iraq War?' Is Not a Gotcha QuestionRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Cato Institute

    A peculiar tic of contemporary American nationalism is the notion that the American state, particularly if helmed by a Republican president, makes no errors of commission in its conduct of military affairs. No American war was ill-founded, or aimed at a threat that didn't exist or didn't warrant the effort.


  19. Rand's Sad Tale of Two FilibustersRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Commentary Magazine

    It's hard to recapture the magic the second time around. As Senator Rand Paul is realizing this week, that's clichA applies as much to politics as it does for romance.


  20. Debate dilemma: How to cull the Republican herdRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Janesville Gazette

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is among a large group of Republicans who are running or considering bids for the presidency. Dick Polman is the national political columnist at NewsWorks/WHYY in Philadelphia and a "Writer in Residence" at the University of Philadelphia.