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Littwin: The Elizabeth Warren v. Donald Trump Twitter wars

Give the Donald credit. He not only has driven a deep divide within his own party, he has also done his best to heal...

Cynthia Coffman’s Columbine Tweets blasted as ‘ignorant,’ ‘insensitive’

Cynthia Coffman doesn’t get it. That’s one Columbine dad’s response to Colorado's Attorney General’s office deriding one of the killers’ mothers for speaking publicly about...

Mountain GOP candidates dogged by ethics and Internet challenges

  Conservative Republicans running for the state legislature in mountain districts have faced an array of ethical and technical difficulties this campaign season, including judgment...

Wiretap: Nation’s bills piling up untouched on Boehner’s desk

Whatever happens on Capitol Hill to default or to avoid default, Charlie Cook says Congressional leaders of yore would be ashamed. Of course they would. Isn't everyone?

Biden enters post-Weiner-era Twittersphere

As Silicon Alley Insider reported today, Vice President Joe Biden officially opened a Twitter account this weekend. This is Joe "big f*#king deal" Biden, of course, so it could either be one of the best political Twitter feeds of all time or one of the most heavily edited, most-often ghostwritten Twitter feeds of all time. Judging by its 23 hours of life, it's the latter, unfortunately! @VP has tweeted once. He has 11,700 followers but he follows no one.

ABC’s Karl on Weiner’s phony outrage

ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl did a sit-down interview with embattled New York Congressman Anthony Weiner days ago, back when Weiner was still determinedly following the exact wrong script on how to weather a political scandal, lying up and down about how photos of his crotch ended up on the internet, denying the undeniable and preening with faux outrage at Karl and other members of the press for asking questions. Karl, though, has more than a barrel of ink at his disposal to set the record straight. Yesterday he sent out an email blast to reporters around the country that included video excerpts and a transcript from the interview. "At the time, it seemed that the most remarkable part was when he told me he could not say for sure whether or not it was him in that infamous underwear photograph," Karl writes.

Study: Obama’s ‘death panels’ would have prolonged life

End of life palliative care doesn't kill grandma it extends her life, according to a groundbreaking study led by Dr Jennifer Temmel at...

Hasan tweets support for Ground Zero gay bar: ‘Rename Park Place...

Colorado conservative family scion Ali Hasan left for California this summer after he lost his GOP state assembly bid for state treasurer. Hasan is...

Schaffer jabs McInnis on Twitter, conjuring ghosts of 2008

One thing the whole Scott McInnis plagiarism scandal has dredged up is a bit of not-so-ancient history revealing internal cat fighting in the Colorado...

Proud serial apologizer Joe Barton repeats confused tendency on Twitter

After apologizing to BP for the $20 billion victims’ escrow fund, Rep. Joe Barton unapologized via a retraction. But now he’s unapologizing for that,...
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