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Josh Kraushaar
Politics Editor at National Journal. Political reporting & analysis, without fear or favor. Part political tip sheet, part BS detector. RTs aren't endorsements.
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Michael Calderone 1h
NYT goes deep on NYT reporter's affair
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Straight outta House of Cards: “How an Affair Between a Reporter and a Security Aide Has Rattled Washington Media” via
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“Mr. Wolfe had a sensitive job: head of security at the Senate Intelligence Committee...a high-ranking role that Mr. Wolfe had occupied since before Ms. Watkins was born.”
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Leah Askarinam 5h
Utah is probably the only red state where a GOP candidate can get away with it. Tuesday would be confirmation of that, since Romney has a primary opponent.
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Jonathan Swan 5h
Our bad, we should've credited National Journal rather than ABC
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Natalie Jackson 7h
Holy crap, this chart. Good question, CBS/YouGov folks.
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Liam Donovan 6h
Perhaps fitting that indies are on a knife edge—51-49 in favor of treat well
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Josh Kraushaar 6h
Among Republicans *on a ballot* in 2018, Romney is more critical towards the Trump WH than anyone else. And it’s not particularly close.
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Erick Erickson 15h
As society becomes more secular, religion doesn’t go away. People just increasingly get their sense of right, wrong, and salvation from politics. True religion, unlike politics, has grace. Politics only has conversion or marginalization.
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Dave Weigel 11h
If you're just catching up, the "compromise" House immigration bill is one that has no support from Democrats and perhaps less support from Republicans than the conservative bill.
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Nick Riccardi 14h
New relevance given what’s going on at the border
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Dave Wasserman 11h
Final result: Harley Rouda (D) advances vs. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R), edging out Hans Keirstead (D) by 126 votes (to be certified Monday).
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Jonathan Martin 10h
Even the liberal... Seriously, tho, Schatz is no dummy: The more the midterms are about policy choices, the better for the Ds. Polarizing the electorate helps them in some House seats, but helps Rs elsewhere.
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(((Yair Rosenberg))) 12h
The irony of the ignorance surrounding Jews and Israel never ceases to amaze: largest boycott Israel group in South Africa mistakenly posts picture of Jewish refugees fleeing to Israel from Arab countries as "Palestinian refugees"
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Rich Lowry Jun 23
This reads like the owner of Red Hen was told an armed and dangerous fugitive had just shown up in her restaurant
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J. Miles Coleman 7h
Replying to @JMilesColeman
Finally, the two-party vote for the primary. Republican candidates combined for 92K votes to the Democrats' 80K, or about a 7% advantage. Still, expect the race between Rohrabacher and Rouda this fall to receive A LOT of attention.
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Josh Kraushaar 6h
Replying to @Bencjacobs
Wishful thinking!
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Josh Kraushaar 6h
One of the cool things about MLB Extra Innings: you can actually see the local television ads. New SMP ad touting how moderate/bipartisan Bill Nelson is just aired on the Rays (v. Yanks) telecast.
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Josh Kraushaar 6h
Nats flashback...
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