Tag Archive: House Republicans

Last Young Gun Standing

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About sixteen months ago, fresh on the heels of Eric Cantor’s humiliating primary defeat, I predicted that Paul Ryan would soon be shaking in his boots. Lo, it has come to pass. At… Continue reading

Held Hostage: Immigration Reform

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In 2012, President Barack Obama won reelection with a staggering 71 percent of the Latino vote. But it seems the tides have turned. Janet Murguía – the leader of the National Council of… Continue reading

Eric Cantor, We Hardly Knew Ye

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Who knew the midterms could be as riveting as Game of Thrones? And yes, I do think Game of Thrones is an appropriate metaphor for any situation. In the kind of shocking twist… Continue reading

Friday Roundup!

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Every week, Jeremy and I will each submit our top three reads. Here’s what we’ve been delving into: Jeremy’s Picks Rand Paul rises on the Senate floor in opposition to drone warfare and… Continue reading