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What will Trump offer the voters next year? Probably not much.
And new proposals may be greeted with “If that’s such a great idea, how come you didn’t do it already?” Which is why most presidents ... to be much less popular than Republicans hoped. Is he going to ... read more
Analysis: Why the GOP Will Likely Lose Senate Control in 2020
Conservative Jennifer Rubin sounded the alarm for Republicans in her Washington Post column, but she is not the only one who is aware of the problem. She says that if GOP senators keep sucking up to T... read more
Trump’s Immigration ‘Emergency’ Raises a False Flag, and Demeans the Constitution
No, it’s one more step on ... and you'll see why all of them recognize the power he's handing to future Democratic presidents. They know it. They're terrified of it. And as always they won't do a thin... read more
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Washington on the brink as new shutdown looms
It's also why a shutdown, once seen as highly unlikely given the political damage it wrought upon the White House last time around, cannot be ruled out. Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney ... read more
Why Trump should ditch Stephen Miller and strike an immigration deal
Not only did Democratic Senators balk but key Republicans did too. More crucially ... do something similar on immigration policy. The broad-brush strokes of what this might look like are not ... read more
If the GOP loses the House, immigration will be the reason why
When you add up the energy of Democratic voters, with the concern among suburbanites for the limbo Dreamers face and the mean-spirited rhetoric the White House continues pushing, a perfect storm is br... read more
Trump’s Hardline Immigration Stance Got Him To The White House
This includes, in some polls, a plurality of Republicans. That may be why some congressional Republicans ... Republicans would be unlikely to face a backlash among their voters — even their more centr... read more
Trump's national emergency for border wall will 'quickly' face legal challenges and sets a dangerous precedent, experts say
Why a GOP congressman who represents more of the border than anyone in Congress opposes Trump's wall Matthew Kolken, an immigration attorney based in Buffalo, New York, told INSIDER, "During a 'nation... read more
The Ocasio-Cortez Effect: Wave of Challenges Hits Entrenched N.Y. Democrats
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may be ... powered by more local disputes, longstanding grudges or just timely ambition. But for many progressives, the goal is to police the Democratic Party ideologically, m... read more
Navarrette: What if Republicans played ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ on border security?
The GOP got its pockets picked by the Democrats, who proved once again that they are so much better and more ... Or he might as well head back to Trump Tower because his presidency is over. Yet, Trump ... read more
Pulled off a bus by Border Patrol: Mohanad Elshieky on ICE, comedy and "peak white liberalism"
"As with anyone who needs to have their immigration ... So that’s why I criticize it when I see something wrong. I don’t know whose quote is it or if I read it in a book or something, but it’s just ab... read more
Republicans are humiliated and limping into 2020
The sea change in the public's immigration attitudes makes Republicans ... That's why Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) released a group of vulnerable Republican senators to vote for the ... read more