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17 ноября, 15:15

A Moment of Reckoning for Al Franken

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17 ноября, 00:00

Al Franken Is Just the Beginning

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Damon Linker, The WeekWashington is about to weather a hurricane of sex-abuse allegations

17 ноября, 00:00

When Does a Watershed Become a Sex Panic?

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Masha Gessen, The New YorkerIdols are falling so fast that it’s hard to keep track. The Times has produced a growing tally of twenty-three men who have lost jobs, deals, film roles, and more in the last five weeks as a result of sexual-assault or harassment accusations. Most of these men worked in the entertainment industry or the media. Many more names are on a widely circulated list of “shitty media men,” which has compiled anonymous accusations ranging from the shocking to the exceedingly trivial. Two women have gone public with allegations of rape by two prominent academics. (One died in 2007, and...

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17 ноября, 00:00

Finally on the Cusp of Tax Reform

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John Fund, Fox NewsThere are a lot of moving parts and much can still go wrong, but it looks as if we are on the cusp of real tax reform.

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17 ноября, 00:00

Republican Tax Plan Is a Dumpster Fire. Take Out the Trash.

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Tom Perez, NBC NewsThis bill was written for Donald Trump’s wealthy friends on Wall Street, not for American families. We’ve seen this before: Republicans vote for massive giveaways to the richest corporations and individuals at the expense of the middle class while pretending their bill will create jobs for working families.

17 ноября, 00:00

Karl Rove Has Seen the Enemy & He Is Steve Bannon

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Susan Glasser, The New YorkerTo readers of Breitbart News these days, Karl Rove is a familiar, sinister presence. The Republican strategist who twice helped George W. Bush win the Presidency is now, according to Breitbart, “the voice of the hapless Republican establishment,” “out of touch,” and “wrong in nearly every prognostication for the past ten years.” In one article this summer, Breitbart’s Washington political

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17 ноября, 00:00

If They Want to Win, Dems Must Run More Moderates

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Mark Penn, Washington PostLast week’s Democratic mini-wave has party members elated, and there is no question that the party is poised for gains in 2018 and perhaps 2020. Capitalizing on this opportunity means first understanding that Nov. 7 showed that moderate candidates offer the best chance for a bigger victory in 2018 and beyond. And to attract these candidates, Democrats need to fix their party.

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17 ноября, 00:00

The Takeaway: Moore Problems for GOP in Alabama

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Tom Bevan, RealClearPoliticsThat Sinking Feeling Down South: Even taking into account that the National Republican Senatorial Committee wants Roy Moore out of the December 12 special election in Alabama, the NRSC poll showing the GOP nominee trailing Democrat Doug Jones by 12 points hit with a loud thud Wednesday. Previous polls taken last week had shown Moore maintaining a small, if shrinking, lead. But with more accusers continuing to come forward and the unrelenting negative media coverage, many prominent Republicans now believe Moore is likely to lose, and are devising drastic plans in an effort to save the seat....

17 ноября, 00:00

Al Franken to Roy Moore's Rescue

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Scott McKay, The American SpectatorSince last week, the political news has been dominated not by the Bob Menendez corruption trial, not by the fight to pass tax reform in the House, which happened Thursday, not by the rather stupendous accomplishments of the president and his team during his Asia trip — including bailing out three UCLA basketball players who stupidly got themselves arrested for shoplifting at a Louis Vuitton store in China — but instead by a series of allegations about the Republican nominee in the special election in Alabama to replace Jeff Sessions in the Senate.