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Trump World’s latest crazy idea could be good for Democrats

CNN — Close your eyes and picture this come January 2023. “Speaker of the House: Donald J. Trump.”. If you are like most Americans, the thought of Trump – the man who incited an act of “domestic terrorism,” as FBI Director Christopher Wray has defined the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol – as speaker is both appalling and alarming.
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Supreme Court decisions expose Democrats as half-baked hysterics

When President Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court last fall, hysterical Democrats declared millions of Americans would lose health coverage with her vote against ObamaCare — and immediately started talking about packing a court they called hopelessly divided. Two big Supreme Court decisions last week proved...
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Texas governor vetoes funding for legislative staff over Democrats' walkout

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott followed through on his threat and vetoed Friday the new state budget’s line item providing for legislative staff pay. The Republican governor had threatened the veto after a walkout by House Democrats in the final hours of the regular legislative session. The walkout denied a House quorum to vote on controversial voting restrictions that Abbott had prioritized.
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Democrat Chris Jones enters Arkansas governor race with dramatic, viral video

Chris Jones, a physicist and ordained minister, announced his candidacy for Arkansas governor last week in a launch video that has since gone viral. Jones, who is running as a Democrat and previously led the nonprofit Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, officially launched his campaign on Tuesday, entering a crowded field of candidates vying to replace sitting Gov. Asa Hutchinson ’s (R), who is ineligible to run for reelection due to term limits.
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High-profile Democrat calls for US to go ‘on the offense’ on foreign cyberattacks

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., called for the U.S. to play offense, not just defense, amid the rising threat of cyberattacks. "I think we do have to go more on the offense," Schiff told "Face the Nation" on Sunday. "That means when we identify cyber groups that are working in conjunction with foreign states, that we treat them as an arm of the state. And we use our cyber-capability to destroy or disrupt the infrastructure they're using, and to raid whatever funds they're accumulating from these attacks. Does that yield to greater instability? Very possibly, because we would be taking action against foreign parties."
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Coatesville Democrats resign in protest over racial issues

COATESVILLE — Earlier this year, virtually the entire membership of the Chester County Democratic Committee’s regional zone in Coatesville resigned their positions, in apparent protest over what was seen as lack of attention by the party to issues of racial insensitivity and diversity, the MediaNews Group has learned. The mass...