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Court Docs: Obama Admin Targeting of Businesses Ran to Top of FDIC

New court filings document the extent to which the Obama administration used government power to target disfavored industries, and subsequently sought to avoid responsibility for its targeting program. The post Court Docs: Obama Admin Targeting of Businesses Ran to Top of FDIC appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

October 21, 2018

Steyer Commits Another $2 Million to Gillum Campaign in Fla.

Billionaire political activist Tom Steyer is committing another $2 million in funding to support the gubernatorial candidacy of Andrew Gillum, the Democratic mayor of Tallahassee who surprised the political establishment by winning the party's nomination in August. The post Steyer Commits Another $2 Million to Gillum Campaign in Fla. appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

October 20, 2018

As Holder-Backed Suit Seeks to Redraw Congressional Boundaries, State Questions Whether Proposed Solution Is Feasible

The shape of Louisiana’s Second Congressional District is a long and skinny bit of geography, running largely from east to west from New Orleans, until its western edge juts sharply north to encompass a good chunk of Baton Rouge. The post As Holder-Backed Suit Seeks to Redraw Congressional Boundaries, State Questions Whether Proposed Solution Is Feasible appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

October 20, 2018

GOP Increasingly Confident in Closely Contested Iowa Congressional District

The House election in Iowa’s First Congressional District pits Republican congressman Rod Blum against Democrat Abby Finkenauer, a member of the Iowa House of Representatives. The closely contested race will prove crucial for determining which party will control the lower chamber of Congress next year. The post GOP Increasingly Confident in Closely Contested Iowa Congressional District appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

October 20, 2018

Not Our Kind

So, here's a story. You probably saw it in the news, in the dueling op-eds, in the outrage that swirled around it. But the story is still worth revisiting as a microcosm, a little diorama, of our cultural situation. This past July, The Nation published a poem by Anders Carlson-Wee called "How-To," narrated by a panhandler offering advice to other panhandlers, explaining how to gin up sympathy among the passers-by. The post Not Our Kind appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

October 20, 2018

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