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The American people wan't enforcement first of immigration laws before discussing citizenship. You can't have both in the same bill.
The principles in the Constitution don't fit easily within the confines of the ideology of any political party.
It can a tough pill to swallow...but sometimes the opponent can teach you a lesson.
The top agenda item for Congress this year? Destroying each other.
Do citizens really care about the issues that receive the most media attention?
The aftermath of an emotional event involves a choice: do the thing that works or the thing that feels good.
Voters say we should address the fiscal cliff by...well...not doing much of anything.
Bashing your opponent is emotionally satisfying, but doesn't necessarily win elections.
The morning after the night before; Obama's won. Now what do we do? Here's a suggestion.
Republicans have a great crop of rising stars who are stepping out from under the shadow of George W. Bush.
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