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  • SCOTUS: The Marriage and Obamacare Cases Headed Its Way

    SCOTUS: The Marriage and Obamacare Cases Headed Its Way

    On Wednesday's show, Dean of the University of California, Irvine, School of Law Erwin Chemerinsky and Alliance Defending Freedom's Senior Litigation Counsel Matt Bowman reviewed the two biggest cases of the current Supreme Court term, only one of which is certain to be heard this term –King v. Burwell, the…

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  • Obama, the Role of Race, and GOP Victory

    To many liberals, it seems obvious that Barack Obama's problems and setbacks– including the resounding Republican victory on November 4th – stem in no small part from racist reaction to his status as the first non-white president in American history. The facts, however, suggest that racial factors contributed far more…

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  • SCOTUS: The Marriage and Obamacare Cases Headed Its Way

    SCOTUS: The Marriage and Obamacare Cases Headed Its Way

    On Wednesday's show, Dean of the University of California, Irvine, School of Law Erwin Chemerinsky and Alliance Defending Freedom's Senior Litigation Counsel Matt Bowman reviewed the two biggest cases of the current Supreme Court term, only one of which is certain to be heard this term –King v. Burwell, the…

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  • The New Agenda

    With Dan Sullivan's race called, and Mary Landrieu's campaign cooling to room temperature, it is no longer premature to look to the first priorities of the next Congress and maybe even the lame duck session –a dangerous time, but also one in which some serious things can get done. House…

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  • LOW TURNOUT DOESN’T EXPLAIN DEMOCRATIC FAILURE

    Democrats attempt to explain their dismal performance in the recent elections by emphasizing the low turnout – only 36.6% of eligible voters. But the truth is that this turnout is typical of midterm elections over the last forty years. Turnout in each of those eleven cycles since 1974 has been…

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  • THE SECRET OF GOP SUCCESS

    Some commentators have tried to explain GOP success in the recent elections by citing a sudden surge of conservative voters–the same ideologically driven voters who, according to common myth, stayed home and doomed Mitt Romney's campaign two years ago. But exit polls show 35% of all voters in Mitt Romney's…

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