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I have to say that I am of two minds about this midterm election. On the one hand, it is great to see the Republican party in resurgence. And not just in terms of raw politics: The Tea Party movement has given the GOP a sense of meaning and purpose in the domestic political debate that it has not really had since 1996 when Bill Clinton outfoxed the Republicans in the budget battle. Full Story »

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by Jon Mitchell - Nov. 2, 2010

Very thorough, well-thought-out analysis of races around the country, with specific and general predictions. Cost's interpretations of the preliminary numbers are fair and sound.

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by Robert A Gagnon - Nov. 2, 2010

The usual right wing cant about how the liberals are awful and the GOP are "honest, objective and deserving" A ton of hose patootie!

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