Mary Kate Cary


August 2010


Republicans Should Focus on Fiscal Issues, Not “Liberal Bigotry”

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Last week I wrote about the Democrats’ panic over the looming fall elections and their strategy of demonizing Republican candidates as a way to hold on to power. In his column Friday, Charles Krauthammer talked about “liberalism under seige” and what an ugly sight that is. His evidence of ...

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Congress
2010 Congressional elections
Ryan, Paul
economy
employment
government
Obama, Barack

Hysterical Democrats Losing Election 2010

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So maybe Robert Gibbs is a man ahead of his time. Now more and more Democrats are saying privately what he said publicly earlier this summer: that Republicans could win the House, and are within striking range in the Senate. Take a look at this electoral map of Senate races over on

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Congress
2010 Congressional elections
Gibbs, Robert
Obama, Barack
McDonnell, Robert
Biden, Joe
economic stimulus
economy
tea party

The 'Palin Effect?' Not in Murkowski's Alaska Senate Primary

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There's a lot of talk today about "the Palin effect" in the wake of yesterday's primaries, especially in the Alaska GOP Senate race. Joe Miller, who had been endorsed by Sarah Palin, came from behind and is leading incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski. (The two are within 3 percentage points of each ...

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Palin, Sarah
Congress
2010 Congressional elections
Murkowski, Lisa
tea party
abortion
Alaska

It's Obama's Non-Recovery

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A few weeks ago, Chuck Todd, the NBC White House correspondent, tweeted that the most important similarity between Maxine Waters and Charlie Rangel is not race, but  “entrenched entitlement.” They’re not the only two who share that mindset--the entire Democratic ruling class does. And that attitude ...

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Waters, Maxine
Congress
social security
liberals
Rangel, Charles
Ryan, Paul
deficit and national debt
Medicare
economy
economic stimulus

Border Security Bill a Good First Step for Democrats

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This just in: Following a similar measure in the House, the Senate passed a $600 million package to improve border security. The funding will pay for 1,500 new National Guard troops along the border, a pair of unmanned aerial drones, and military-style bases on the Mexican border. The legislation ...

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Mexico
Arizona
immigration reform
Hispanics
Democratic Party
Republican Party
Congress
Schumer, Chuck
Reid, Harry

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