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Bloomberg Bloodbath: Democrats Dismember NY Billionaire at Debate

Through the sheer power of his bank account, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has managed to vault to second place in the Democratic primaries in some national polls. But while his spending spree earned him a spot at the MSNBC debate on Wednesday in Las Vegas, it couldn’t do anything to shield him from the brutal slaughter that ...

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LOL: Millennial Writer Says Obama Made Voting an “Act of Love”

Time Magazine writer Charlotte Alter has a new book out about millennial leaders in politics called “The Ones We’ve Been Waiting For,” and it sounds like one to skip. But if you’re eager to get a taste of what Alter’s book might entail, you can listen to what she told MSNBC’s Katy Tur in an insufferably softball interview about the ...

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Nice Try, Democrat, but Vasectomies and Abortions are Not the Same

This week, Rep. Rolanda Hollis, an Alabama state Democrat, introduced a bill that she presumably thought was a dead-on, logic-busting bombshell defense of abortion. The legislation, which was guaranteed to garner fawning headlines from feminists all over the country, would make it mandatory for men over the age of 50 to obtain a vasectomy. Alternatively, men would be required to ...

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Betting Sites Now Give Biden Only a 9% Shot at Winning Nomination

The pundits can say whatever they want. The campaigns can peddle their spin. The polls…well, they are what they are. But if you want the best predictions about what’s going to happen with the 2020 Democratic presidential race, turn to the guys whose livelihoods depend on getting as close to the mark as possible: The bookmakers. They may or may ...

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Deluded Pelosi: Trump Was Not Acquitted on Impeachment Charges

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who still thinks there was something significant and historic about the fact that she presided over a party-line impeachment process in the House, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that while the impeachment of Donald Trump was and is wholly legitimate, the president’s acquittal in the Senate was not. “What about the fact that the president seems liberated,” ...

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McConnell: Not Much Difference Between Crazy Bernie and the Rest of the Dems

Democrats are in the midst of a full-scale freakout over the prospect of Bernie Sanders, the socialist from Vermont, winning the party’s nomination. Republicans, meanwhile, are nervous about the same thing from a different perspective. Democrats don’t think Sanders can possibly beat Trump, but Republicans have seen firsthand the power of an outsider candidate with an energized, populist base. Could ...

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Michael Bloomberg Under Fire for One of His Best Policies

We don’t have much use for Michael Bloomberg’s efforts to turn New York City into a nanny state where you can’t buy a 2-liter of Coke. We’re even less impressed by his constant attempts to spend so much money that he burns a hole in the Second Amendment. On virtually every issue, Bloomberg is wrong, and while his tenure as ...

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