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Posted: Tue, 10/14/2014 - 12:35 | Posted by: Douglas Bloomfield | Political Insider

By day he is warning fellow Democrats that if Republicans win control of both chambers in November they'll put the interests of billionaires ahead of the middle class, and by night he has been fundraising among the super-wealthy who pay tens of thousands of dollars a plate to dine with him.

Posted: Mon, 10/13/2014 - 10:30 | Posted by: Douglas Bloomfield | Political Insider

Barack Obama has been waging a “war on whites” since coming to office, with an aim to “divide us all on race, on sex, greed, envy, class warfare, all those kinds of things.”

That charge comes from the fertile mind of Alabama Republican Congressman Mo Brooks. 

It is part of the Democratic strategy to keep Hispanics from voting Republican, he said, and he predicts it will cost the President’s party white votes. And that, in his view, is why he and House Republicans killed comprehensive immigration reform this year.

Posted: Sun, 10/12/2014 - 12:36 | Posted by: Douglas Bloomfield | Political Insider

Some Republican candidates in statewide and congressional races this fall are saying they oppose the bipartisan Senate-passed immigration bill because it would open the way for radical Islamists of the Islamic State (ISIS) to invade the United States from the south and bring in the Ebola virus.  They want to lock the doors, throw away the keys and build higher fences. Don’t forget the moats and alligators.

Posted: Sat, 10/11/2014 - 13:59 | Posted by: Douglas Bloomfield | Political Insider

Sen. Rand Paul has flip-flopped again on his goal of eliminating aid to Israel.  First he was for cutting it, then he was against it and now he’s back but with a caveat: not right away.

In an interview this week the Kentucky Republican with presidential ambitions repeated his goal of phasing out aid to Israel as well as every other country.

Posted: Fri, 10/03/2014 - 13:27 | Posted by: Douglas Bloomfield | Political Insider

In a pair of dueling speeches at the United Nations, Mahmoud Abbas and Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the door shut on future peace talks between two leaders who neither trust nor like each other.