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Wiretap: Courts duel in Obamacare rulings

  The D.C. Circuit delivered what Megan McArdle called a "body blow" to Obamacare. It could even be worse than that. The court, in a...

Desperate fight to save the republic comes to the Western Conservative...

An hour after she gave a speech calling for the impeachment of President Barack Obama, Sarah Palin was only halfway across the lobby of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Downtown Denver, mobbed by many of the more than 3,000 attendees of the fifth annual Western Conservative Summit there. Walled-in by recording cell phones, tablets, and long-lens cameras, Palin gave an endless series of sometimes repeat hugs, smiled for the cameras, and thanked those around her for “having her back.”

Wiretap: The return of the ’47 percent’

On the right, they never really went away. In a video from 2010, GOP candidate for governor Bob Beauprez says nearly half of Americans are "perfectly happy that someone else is paying the bill."

With primary win, Beauprez, state GOP escape disaster

In his broad steady smile polished with camera light and in a rolling victory speech prepared on and off for years, former Congressman Bob Beauprez on Tuesday night looked and sounded like relief and redemption.

Wiretap: Tea Party victory elevates less hardline majority leader

California Rep. Kevin McCarthy rose as the likely successor to Cantor after Texas hardliners Pete Sessions and Jeb Hensarling bowed out.

Wiretap: Fracking bans are contagious

Waiting on state legislatures or Congress to stiffen oil-and-gas drilling rules is like waiting for Godot. Nothing happens.

For Dems, Tom Tancredo is the new Dan Maes

The ads transparently attack Tancredo and main GOP primary rival, Bob Beauprez, in ways meant to play on the sentiments of activist Republican voters. There's rich irony at the heart of the strategy.

Wiretap: Mississippi GOP-Tea Party showdown headed for overtime

The "struggle for control of the Republican party," a long-running favorite politics media narrative, was the winner of yesterday's Republican U.S. Senate primary race in Mississippi.

Wiretap: GOP primary night serves up no tea

The Republican establishment, led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, wins big time in three Senate primaries, which is just what the Democrats hoped wouldn't happen.

Wiretap: ‘Brusque’ Abramson apparently not even worth unequal pay

The New York Times fired its first woman editor, Jill Abramson, and the story goes deeper than a personnel decision at the world's preeminent newspaper.
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