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Readers sound off on Stacey Abrams, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Melissa Mark-Viverito
Manhattan: I couldn’t disagree more with Voicer Janice Amato. Stacey Abrams gave a clear, concise speech — refreshingly so, as contrasted with our glorious Presidente and his very long, rambling, almost incoherent address, filled with lies, contradictions, and bombast. Let’s hope that House Speaker
Boyd Matheson: Mike Pence could save the Senate from deliberative death
As the United States Congress careens the nation toward yet another government shutdown showdown, it is time for the Senate, once hailed as the world’s greatest deliberative body, to be rescued and resuscitated from years of anemic legislative effort and the annihilation of regular order with real d
Paul Lee Behrend
Paul Lee Behrend, 71, went to his heavenly home Wednesday, January 30, 2019 under hospice care at Firesteel Healthcare Center in Mitchell after a brief battle with cancer. Funeral mass will be Monday, February 4 at 10:30 am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Parkston. Visitation will be Sunday, Febr
The Hill's 12:30 Report: State of the Union takeaways | Sights and sounds from the night | Virginia attorney general admits he wore blackface
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This Timeline Of Ted Cruz’s Beard Growth Is The Epic Saga You Never Knew You Wanted
As 2018 came to a close, Washington D.C. was rocked by an unprecedented development that few saw coming, and nobody was prepared for: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's beard, which was first spotted after Thanksgiving and proceeded to baffle, infuriate, and delight the internet for a solid few weeks. With its s
Here Is A Compilation Of Trump Forgetting The Names Of People Standing Right Next To Him
We would not mock Donald Trump’s evident senility if it wasn’t an extremely important topic. The basic mental competence of the most powerful person in the world, the person with the power to launch nuclear weapons or break the world in a hundred other ways, is a matter of global concern.
Letter: The hypocrisy of Pelosi critics
Before we get carried away with our criticism of Nancy Pelosi’s reaction to the president’s State of the Union address, I invite everyone to review the nonverbal communications of Paul Ryan and John Boehner during Barack Obama’s State of the Union addresses. The contempt in their expressions was cle
State Democratic Party chairwoman won't run again for post, triggering race to succeed her
The chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Martha Laning, says she won't seek a third term for the post -- triggering a vacancy to lead the party in the wake of its sweeping victories in November.
Donald Trump’s State Of The Union Address Live Stream – Watch
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Eye Roll Drinking Game begins at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT when, around the TV landscape, President Donald Trump is set to deliver his State of the Union Address at Nancy’s House. Pelosi will sit behind Trump’s left shoulder this year, replacing Paul Ryan, who did same at last yea
Mulvaney hosting Camp David meeting with Yarmuth, others
Mick Mulvaney, right, then the Office of Management and Budget director, arrives for a Jan. 3, 2018, budget meeting then-Speaker Paul Ryan's office with White House legislative affairs director Marc Short, center, on Jan. 3, 2018. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)
George R.R. Martin discovers he's nearly a quarter Jewish
(JTA)—PBS’ celebrity genealogy show “Finding Your Roots” has had plenty of Jewish guests—Bernie Sanders, Larry David, Paul Rudd and Scarlett Johansson—and the occasional guest, like Paul Ryan, who learn they have a Jewish ancestor on their family tree.
Chuck Dial: President Trump is building walls alright
I found Stan Statham’s opinion “My take on the Donald’s shutdown” very reassuring. Stan was once an elected politician. His words of reason and logic were refreshing and honest.
Howes: Michigan's miss on landing Foxconn may be a blessing
Foxconn Technology Group’s massive $10 billion investment got away from Michigan, and that's turning out to be a good thing. The Taiwan-based contract manufacturer is reversing its promise to employ thousands of blue-collar workers making liquid-crystal displays at a sprawling plant in Wisconsin’s R
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That time Donald Trump totally dissed Paul Ryan
(CNN)Donald Trump isn't a big policy guy. Or a big respect guy. This anecdote, from a book set for release next week by former Trump White House aide Cliff Sims and first reported in The Washington Post, is illustrative of both of those facts:
Trump campaign says it will SUE former White House aide who wrote tell-all for violating nondisclosure agreement after president dismisses him as low-level 'gofer' – but remains 'half hurt and half outraged' by betrayal
Donald Trump's re-election campaign organization said Monday that it is preparing to sue Cliff Sims, a former White House official whose tell-all book a West Wing aide says left the president swinging pendulum-like between feeling outraged and injured.
Today's Birthdays, Jan. 29: Heather Graham
Today is Tuesday, Jan. 29.
SteiL: 'I do not have a monopoly on good ideas'
MOUNT PLEASANT — When he took the reigns of the First Congressional District from his longtime predecessor a month ago, U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil entered office in an environment he said was less-than-ideal.
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Cliff Sims Is Proud to Have Served Trump
In August, 2016, Cliff Sims, the C.E.O. of an Alabama-based conservative news site, joined the Trump campaign. He then followed Trump to the White House, where he worked as the special assistant to the President and as the director of White House message strategy, before resigning last year. On Tues