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  • August 27, 2021

How Republicans Stoke Anti-Government Hate

Trump supporters attempt to break through a police barrier on Capitol Hill in Washington on January 6, 2021 (AP Photo / Julio Cortez). The January 6 uprising, instigated by then-President Donald Trump, may not seem nearly as similar to then-actor Ronald Reagan’s claim in 1961 that government-funded health care for the elderly amounted to “imposing…

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Rick Scott’s NRSC Knows How To Pick Them

Yesterday, the president of the Senate Republican National Committee (NRSC) Sen. Rick scott Florida tweeted his warm congratulations to Maria weese from Aurora, Colorado, on the occasion of winning something called the NRSC “Champion for Freedom” award: Maria’s story is a true example of freedom, and it is people like her who make our country…

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Republican No. 3 Steve Scalise Says “Shaming” Won’t Get Republicans Vaccinated

Right now, the delta variant of COVID-19 is devastating areas in the southeastern part of the United States. Not surprisingly, many of these states are run by Republicans. But while those Republican voters want Donald Trump to get credit for the vaccine, they are not interested in taking it. Steve Scalise, the No. 2 Republican…

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Rand Paul’s wife bought shares in an attempt to make money from the pandemic

Perhaps at this point it would be easier to make a list of senators who have NOT tried to make money from the pandemic. Is Senator Rand Paul an inside trader? That’s another question thrown at the crank of conspiracy, logging, and pandemic misinformation after a very Belated disclosure of a stock move by Paul’s…

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In the end, Cuomo becomes completely triumphant – Mother Jones

Illustration by Mother Jones; Evan Vucci / AP; Maria Altaffer / AP Fight against misinformation. Get a daily summary of the facts that matter. Sign up for free Mother jones Newsletter. On Tuesday, New York Attorney General Letitia James released a damning report detailing the results of a four-month investigation into allegations of sexual harassment…

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The most unfortunate selfie of the Republican vice president of Colorado

Westword Michael Roberts reports about a controversy that is brewing around Priscilla rahn, the vice president of the Republican Party of Colorado, and a photo you can see above that he posted from this weekend Black Love Mural Festival in downtown Denver. That’s Vice President Rahn, who is black, posing with a group of Denver…

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It’s one thing: Republicans go underground to survive

Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman with City Council candidate “Mini-Mike” Dustin Zvonek. If you are not yet subscribed to Colorado Sun’s Not affiliated newsletter, you are missing one of the best regular updates on local political news produced today. In Today’s Unaffiliated, the Sun’s political team takes a look at an unusually public campaign by Colorado…

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Scott Gessler cashing in Yuge at the Westminster retreat

Scott Gessler. For those unfamiliar with municipal politics in the northwest Denver suburb of Westminster, the Westminster City Council is a notable incubator for Colorado’s Democratic leadership like the Senator. Faith winter, Rep. Shannon Birdand Adams County Commissioner Emma pinter–As well as the trampled grounds of some of Colorado’s craziest minor Republican political hopefuls like…

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Perennial wannabe Dan Caplis woos the insane with Jenna Ellis

Fortunately, a small number of people interested in the first phase of the race for the US Senate.In 2022 in Colorado they will tune in to the far right. The real voice of America streaming news channel tonight to see the former Donald trump Couptorney Jenna ellis, desperately trying to avoid the ignominious fate of…

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Americans are concerned about crime, but that doesn’t mean they’re blaming the Democrats

Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly survey summary. Increased rates of homicide, aggravated assault and car theft they have increased concern about crime among the American public. According to the survey YouGov / The EconomistThe proportion of Americans who say that crime is the most important problem facing the United States has increased since President Biden…

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