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K Cain Budget
Yawn.  It looks like Emily Cain is running for Congress…again.  Clearly she missed the memo that Maine voters rejected her extreme policies at the ballot box last November. This time around, Cain says she will employ a “stronger campaign strategy.”  We are delighted that she didn’t make any mention of toning down her extreme positions ...
Gentile
Last night Staten Island Democrats reached way down the junior varsity depth chart and officially picked Bill de Blasio discipline Vincent Gentile to run in the NY-11 special election. And you know who’s happiest about that (other than us here at the NRCC)? Mayor Bill de Blasio and his 26% approval record on Staten Island. ...
weather
As New Hampshire families continue facing bitter cold temperatures and skyrocketing home heating bills, Annie Kuster continues showing that she simply doesn’t care.  Kuster’s latest head-scratcher: Voting against legislation, H.R. 161, the Natural Gas Pipeline Permitting Reform Act, that would streamline the approval process for infrastructure projects to bring affordable energy to New England. Back in ...
Peters Gym
At a town hall last week, Scott Peters was asked about the many perks available to members of Congress and whether or not taxpayer dollars should continue to fund them despite our huge deficits. Peters’ response was baffling: “I’m not sure quite what you’re talking about in terms of perks.” In her question, the audience member ...
Nolan contra
Over the last two years, Rick Nolan’s continually shifting positions on the Keystone XL project and other pipeline infrastructure bills showcase his cynical outlook on legislating. Nolan has continually gone back and forth, with his votes in Washington often contradicting his rhetoric back home. On top of his tenuous positions, Nolan shifted in just the past ...