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Middle-Earth’s Heart Of War

It’s sixty years since the publication of J.R.R. Tolkien’s first volume of The Lord of The Rings. Why was he so inspired by the Great War—and a group of schoolfriends?

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GOP Candidate: States Can Nullify Laws

Joni Ernst, the Republican nominee in Iowa, doesn’t want “federal legislators” to pass laws that “states are considering nullifying,” like Obamacare.

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Why ‘Moral Mondays’ Matter

How has the Moral Monday movement attracted whites and even some Republicans? By establishing a moral, rather than partisan, narrative.

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The Republican Party’s Next Top Bigot

Jody Hice isn’t fond of gays, Muslims, or women. He’s also on his way to becoming Georgia’s next Republican congressman. So maybe it’s time to expand his worldview.

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Is Google Anti-‘America?’

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, the outspoken Republican congressman from The Golden State, is claiming that Google has waged a covert campaign against the Dinesh D’Souza documentary, America.

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Dole: Gay Marriage Holding Portman Back

The elder Republican implied the senator from Ohio has already risked too much with social conservatives to endorse an international convention they hate.

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True Blood’s Tea Party Massacre

On Sunday night’s episode of the kinky HBO vampire/werewolves/fairies series, two characters dress like stereotypical “Republicunts” and go undercover at a Ted Cruz fundraising event. Chaos ensues. Ted Cruz, meanwhile, did not respond to our request for comment.

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Todd Akin Talks Rape, Rape, Rape

The infamous Republican keeps defending the term “legitimate rape,” says some staffers were born from rape, and calls Bill Clinton a rapist.

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Mentally Ill Obama Caused Border Crisis?

A Republican running for Congress in Texas has diagnosed the president with a disease where parents make their children sick on purpose.

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The GOP May Punt on the Border Crisis

Two things will matter when Republicans debate Obama’s $3.7 billion border request: the base and the polls. Guess which one probably wins?

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True Conservative? Impeach Obama.

It’s now the extreme dividing line among the GOP’s base: Do you want to impeach the president or not? Why Republicans with long memories are worried about where all this is headed.

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Republican Punched In Crotch On Purpose

The first broadcast ad for Mike McFadden, the GOP challenger to Minnesota Senator Al Franken, features the Republican taking a punch from a youth football player.

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The Biggest Campaign Sh*tshow of 2014

A week after defeating Chris McDaniel, the Republican campaign opened a line to reporters.

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Mike Pence, Dark Horse in Training

He’s the increasing rare Republican who doesn’t outright frighten the electorate. And the way things are going, the Indiana governor might end up being the last candidate standing.

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Poll Shows Kansas Republican In Trouble

Incumbent Republican Governor Sam Brownback is losing to a Democrat according to the most recent poll of the Kansas gubernatorial race.

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The Court’s Abortion Clinic Compromise

The Supreme Court upheld the right of abortion clinics to impose buffer zones, as long as they don’t infringe upon public spaces. And that’s a good thing, writes Sally Kohn.

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Black Voters’ New Path to Power

The Republican primary in Mississippi was won by the candidate with black support because African American voters were smart enough to intervene. They should do every time.

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Thad Cochran Wins One for Sanity

Democrats might have been praying for a McDaniel victory in Mississippi’s Senate runoff—why not make the Republicans look nuttier? Here’s why they should be glad the establishment won.

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Crowdsourcing NYC’s War on Rats

The Rat Information Portal (RIP)—an interactive public map—and other digital tools will help guide amplified rat extermination efforts in New York City this summer.

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Mississippi’s Voter Intimidation Issue

In a brutal Deep South Republican primary runoff the establishment candidate’s campaign is asking black Democratic voters to break the law to fight off the Tea Party.

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