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Elizabeth Warren Less Popular Than ‘Generic’ Democrat (Ass)

Brendan Kirby, New poll shows Massachusetts senator losing to Trump in hypothetical 2020 matchup.  Few politicians generate as much enthusiasm on the Left as Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), but a new Morning Consult/Politico poll suggests why President Donald Trump likely could not be happier to see the Massachusetts Democrat elevated. The poll is not favorable

Elizabeth Warren going on Trump attack for Dems

The night of Donald Trump’s big Indiana Republican primary win, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was ready. She tore loose with a series of late-night anti-Trump tweets in which she accused him of racism, sexism, xenophobia, narcissism and a host of other faults. Two weeks earlier, after being asked about another Warren tweet storm in which she

6 Reasons Liberals are Incapable of Governing

John Hawkins  When you think poor governance, you think liberalism. Barack Obama could fairly be called the worst President in history and one of his biggest competitors for that crown is Jimmy Carter, whose name primarily brings to mind the words “malaise,” “hostage crisis,” and “liberal peanut farmer.” Lyndon Johnson? Other than the Civil Rights

Tea Party vs The Establishment: Who Really Needs Whom?

 Many conservative voters – especially those who consider themselves tea party members – already view many in the GOP as being little better than their Democratic counterparts. The tea party was formed as a result of out-of-control Republican spending as much as it was formed as a results of out-of-control Democratic spending. The Democrats just

Ex-Mass. US Sen. Brown launches NH Senate bid

 In a move cheered by Republicans nationwide, former Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Scott Brown on Friday declared he wants to “to stop complaining and get involved again” by formally joining the race against Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. Brown’s decision gives the GOP a top-tier contender who, win or lose come November, helps his party’s national