Remembering Those Who Left Us In 2018

It seems that each year brings more disheartening and dispiriting news; perhaps this has long been the case, but it feels like it’s just getting worse.  Maybe 2019 we’ll find reason for hope. But for now, we’ll just stop and remember those who left us this year, those who believed in the good of politics, …

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Who Dat? – P

There are still some races from Tuesday’s midterms that have yet to be called, but right now that isn’t our biggest worry.  It’s trying to figure out which candidates these buttons represent. As our fellow political junkies know, for some time now we’ve been showing photos of unknown buttons, arranged alphabetically by candidate names, for …

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Top Ten ‘No’ Votes For Successful Supreme Court Nominees, 1967-Present

The ten most votes cast against successful Supreme Court nominees since 1966. Should he be confirmed, Brett Kavanaugh could break the record. (1) Clarence Thomas (R), 1991 — 48 (2) Neil Gorsuch (R), 2017 — 45 (3) Samuel Alito (R), 2005 — 42 (4) Elena Kagan (D), 2010 — 37 (5) William Rehnquist CJ (R), …

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At Stake In Today’s Primaries

Here’s what to look for in the June 26 primaries (all poll closing times listed are EDT): COLORADO (9 pm): Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) is term limited. Top Dem candidates are Rep. Jared Polis, who leads in most polls, and former state Treasurer Cary Kennedy. Also running are state Sen. Michael Johnston and Lt. Gov. …

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