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Sean Trende at RCP, has five BIG takeaways from Tuesday night’s special election in Georgia and explains why neither Democrats nor Republicans should be particularly happy with the results. In the aftermath of not winning in Georgia, Democrats are attempting to claim that they’ve won a “moral victory.” Sadly, as Jeremy Carl of the National Review explains, they didn’t even win that.
The Georgia special election was a must-win for the Democrats if they wanted to show they had real political momentum on their side and a clear path to retake the House majority. They didn’t get there tonight. The reports of the electoral death of the GOP continue to be greatly exaggerated.
Democrats overplayed their hand in Georgia’s 6th District.
Hillary Clinton ran the worst presidential campaign in American History.
America’s college students are now arguing that objective “truth” is actually a “racist” myth.
Not only are college students rejecting truth, they’re actively rejecting freedom of speech too.
Why is the GOP making tax reform so difficult? The brilliant minds of Steve Forbes, Larry Kudlow, Art Laffer, and Stephen Moore get together to explain exactly what Trump should do first on taxes.
President Trump’s Korea policy is getting bad reviews from everyone… except the people in Korea.
Bill O’Reilly is out, and Tucker Carlson is in.
Meet the Democrat who took campaign money from a man who Congress has been investigating and has been linked to underage prostitution.
Could the GOP do a better job of convincing the uninsured to get medical coverage?
Exxon Mobil is once again asking for permission to resume a business deal with the Russians.
Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) is retiring, and will not seek reelection in 2018.
Somehow, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) made almost $800K, even though he was only able to sell 3K copies of his book. It’s nice work, if you can get it…