In an attempt to win political favor, Democrats avoid making controversial legislative decisions.
Democrats dream about turning solidly conservative Texas into a blue state.
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Utah and Oklahoma grapple with gay marriage laws, and Jason Jones gives a science lesson.
Karl Rove creates a Super PAC to battle the stupid he himself unleashed.
Al Madrigal and Wyatt Cenac forecast the 2016 presidential race.
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"The Casual Vacancy" author J.K. Rowling hints that the Queen would take America back.
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Terrorists don't care whether you live in a red state or a blue state.
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Carlos Mencia is neither a Democrat nor a Republican.
Andrew Sullivan knows about change.
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