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“The grassroots group could also have its eye on the Senate’s top GOP leader. Kibbe indicated the group is looking closely at backing Matt Bevin, Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (Ky.) primary challenger, and argued McConnell would be weaker than Bevin in the general election against Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes (D).” – The Hill

“His numbers slipping, McConnell did precisely what one would expect from someone who has forgotten why they were elected in the first place– and is now all DC all the time – he ran to Jen Rubin at the Washington Post to help him out: McConnell leading big. As expected that piece is also being pushed by Mitch’s midget, I mean, former chief of staff, at the NRSC.” – Riehl World View

“Big-time movie producer Harvey Weinstein revealed Wednesday that he is making an anti-gun movie with actress Meryl Streep that is going to make the National Rifle Association ‘wish they weren’t alive.’” – The Blaze

“But it is the support of the Senate Conservatives Fund, the Club for Growth, and other conservatives that has Ben Sasse on the wrong side of Mitch McConnell and the National Republican Senatorial Committee.” – Erick Erickson/RedState

“’This law does not put patients first,’ the physician, Grazie Pozo Christie, says in the ad. ‘My patients ask if I will continue to provide care for them, and it pains me to say, ‘I don’t have an answer.’” – Moe Lane

“’More Americans, 42%, say they are financially worse off now than they were a year ago, reversing the lower levels found over the past two years,’ Gallup announced Wednesday.” – Daily Caller



“Now, in a surprise no one expected, Intel announced defeat. Construction at the new plant will cease. The $5 billion plus facility will be shuttered. The touted employment will be limited to a handful of security folks. And Intel does not know if or when the facility will be utilized, or what it will be used to produce if it ever comes online. Bottom line, Intel spent over $5 billion on a non-performing asset. ” – Ricochet

Only Washington could create a sleazy charlatan like Robert M. Gates and pass him off as some bipartisan example of competence and honor.” – Charles Hurt/Washington Times

“Apparently, though, one does not become the United Nation’s climate chief by collecting such clues.  This week, Christiana Figueres offered a prescription for solving global warming — communism!” – Hot Air

“Obama has delivered on his promise and worked around Congress with breathtaking audacity. In his signature legislative achievement alone, the Affordable Care Act, the president has unilaterally amended the law multiple times, including delaying the employer mandate and caps on out-of-pocket expenses, waiving the individual mandate for certain people, extending tax credits to individuals who purchase insurance through the federal health insurance exchange and ignoring a statutory requirement that Congress and their staff participate in the exchanges. But the president’s audacity doesn’t stop with Obamacare. He has also suspended immigration law, refusing to deport certain young illegal aliens—a major reform that Congress has refused to enact. Similarly, with the stroke of a magisterial pen, he has gutted large swaths of federal law that enjoy bipartisan support, including the Clinton-era welfare reform work requirement, the Bush-era No Child Left Behind law and the classification of marijuana as an illegal controlled substance.” – POLITICO

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