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Fiery attitudes in DC turn hearts cold

Fiery partisan attitudes are giving no one respite. Fifty years ago, politicians and lobbyists could often set aside their hard feelings once outside of the congressional chambers – a much different atmosphere than the contentious manners of today.

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The State Press

Primaries key to bipartisanship

Half of the states in the U.S. have closed caucuses and primaries. Opening primaries to independent voters could be the key to eliminating extremism and working towards bipartisanship.

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The State Press

Populist rage manifests itself in disturbing way

Two weeks ago, a 53-year-old software engineer lit his house on fire and flew a small plane into an IRS building in Texas. The scariest thing about the Texas IRS attack is that angry, hypocritical entitlement has become a common political refrain.

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