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Cambridge Analytica Pretending To Go Away Now, Everybody Wave ‘BYE-BYE!’ Like This Is A Real Thing!

TOUGH BREAK for Trump campaign data firm/likely Russia co-conspirator Cambridge Analytica and its parent company SCL Group, both of which are SHUTTING DOWN and GOING AWAY FOREVER, after a whistleblower named Chris Wylie started blowing whistles about [...]
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How a New Wave of Female Candidates Is Training to Fight the Trolls

Kim Weaver first saw the Facebook post during an otherwise normal work meeting in Des Moines. “Just wait till the day of the rope, when traitors like you get what you deserve,” a Twitter user had written to Weaver, then a [...]
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Wave of Independent Politicians Seek to ‘Open Cracks’ in Mexico’s Status Quo

2 months ago | 0 comment
Among Mexican voters, there is “a great dissatisfaction with the traditional partisan system and the states’ lack of ability to respond to citizens’ demands,” said Alejandro Poiré, secretary of the interior in the administration [...]
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In third bellwether contest, Florida Democrats again carry the day and hope for a blue wave

3 months ago | 0 comment
Trump is too toxic even for Sarasota, say Democrats, who made sure to figuratively hang the unpopular president around the neck of Buchanan as well as the Republicans who [...]
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The coming election is going to be a tidal wave of women running for office

4 months ago | 0 comment
(Credit: Salon/Peter Cooper) Hundreds are running for Congress, but the Democratic Party and progressive groups have only endorsed a few dozen This article originally appeared on AlterNet. Politics in the Trump era often seems [...]
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Tax payouts deliver a wave of hope and hype

4 months ago | 0 comment
Republicans are basking in a wave of good publicity for their giant tax cut. WalMart, the nation’s largest private employer, just bumped up its minimum wage. Cash bonuses are flowing to employees from major employers including [...]
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Smoking an Unstoppable Freedom Wave in 2018

5 months ago | 0 comment
It is a new year, and that means a new crop of federal, state and local laws go into effect. Some of those laws are the restrictive sort that prohibit specific behaviors or that levy fines for a given offense. Others are laws of permission, [...]
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Impeachment debate divides Democrats as 2018 wave builds

5 months ago | 0 comment
A tidal wave of liberal disdain for President Donald Trump may help deliver the House to Democrats in 2018. And if it does, the new majority will face an immediate, fateful choice: to pursue Trump’s impeachment as the base [...]
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The next special election that could portend a Democratic wave

5 months ago | 0 comment
A March special election in a conservative-leaning stretch of western Pennsylvania that Donald Trump won by 20 points is the next big test of whether a Democratic wave will sweep the party into the House majority for the first time 2010. The [...]
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Wave of misconduct claims reshape 2018 elections

5 months ago | 0 comment
The wave of sexual harassment allegations on Capitol Hill is already beginning to reshape the 2018 election landscape, crushing some campaigns under its pressure but providing breakthrough opportunities for others. Sexual harassment-related [...]