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So far, someone needs to tell this man to just keep his mouth shut and smile. but that’s why you have sources and background info. yes Watching the presidents press conference on Wednesday I think you could surmise the president was a bit frustrated by some in his party declining to appear with him Heres what he said: "I love campaigning I love talking to ordinary people I love listening to their stories I love shaking hands and getting hugs and just seeing the process of democracy and citizenship manifest itself during an election" He didnt get a chance to do that but clearly enjoyed himself when he did Republicans believe that he would have been useful in turning out the base especially in North Carolina RichardAB asks Zeke Miller: there has been a debate about the pro and cons of getting rid of mid-term elections What is your stance on the issue Im a political reporter If you gave me an IV-caffeine drip Id take annual elections But thats just me being selfish DonQuixotic asks Zeke were there any mid term election results that surprised you If so what I was surprised how close VA Senate got It kind of crept up on us Partly that was because Republicans werent talking about what they saw in the polls and werent putting any more money into the race (But theres a strong argument that if they had done any more to draw attention to the race that Democrats would have upped their turnout efforts and it wouldnt have been as tight) deconstructive asks Zeke how likely do you think there will be a government shutdown I think the odds are much higher (thanks Ted Cruz) no matter what McConnell says You don’t REALLY believe anything conciliatory he says no I think Republicans know that if they want to win in 2016 they cant really afford another shutdown Additionally the GOP has spent the better part of the year promising that victory would mean Washington beginning to work again Thats a tall order but Republicans would own a shutdown to an even greater extent if there were another one If the Affordable Care Act website worked as promised the GOP would have started off this year in a much deeper hole because of the shutdown They know they wont get so lucky twice MementoMori asks Voter turnout was terrible How much responsibility does the media bear for low turnout given the fact that most of the media coverage focuses on the horse race rather than the issues And when issues are reported ‘both sides” is always given greater weight than veracity Voter turnout was terrible but I dont think you can blame us for all of it (Perhaps we deserve some of the blame for the horse-race coverage but lets be honest thats how many voters want to consume their political news anyway) The bigger issue appears to be frustration with the political process and a belief that the outcome of the election wouldnt result in any change in a potential voters day-to-day life The only people who can dissuade voters of that perception are candidates/legislators Sacredh asks the GOP had previously said that they wouldn’t move on immigration reform until after the election Now that the election is over and they control both houses will reform bring the establishment GOP and the Tea Party together or tear them apart Thats the $2 billion question for Republicans coming before the end of the year From what Speaker Boehner/Leader McConnell have said they intend to vigorously oppose any unilateral action by the president and have said executive action would poison the well for legislation action There would definitely be a short-term coalescing together in the face of the executive action The challenge for the GOP comes next year when the partys 2016 candidates announce While the primary base is largely opposed to reform they know they need to find a way to be open to it in order to win a general election That means there will have to be some sort of split eventually but the extent of that split wont be known for some time deconstructive asks Zeke why do you think most of the D’s (especially the losing ones but I digress) ran away from populist messages Elizabeth Warren embraced them instead and played to welcoming crowds in both blue and red states …and furthermore minimum wage initiatives swept the table in states that had them Ergo populism can play to mass audiences Instead too many D’s tried to play GOP Lite and it failed What gives This is certainly an argument that the NRSC was making to reporters yesterday and the data does show that the base wasnt enthused about showing up to vote The question is why didnt they show up Was it because Kay Hagan was running too far from Obama/traditional D principles or were they dissatisfied for other reasons or just tapped out Its hard to say In a lot of instances reaching for the center was the smart play but the late breaking atmospherics of Ebola/ISIS/etc shifted undecided/swing voters to the GOP anyway NPO42 asks In Wednesday’s comments I tried to break down some of the voting trends in two states Florida and Pennsylvania and one of the main themes that appears was just how gerrymandered the majority of districts are For example in terms of a popular vote for House seats in Pennsylvania the Republican candidates led the Democrats 56% – 44% but the actual seats won was 72% – 28% 13 seats to 5 On top of that only 4 of the races were even decided by less than a 20 point margin In my opinion that’s a far cry from how the Framers originally intended representation in the House to be set up Do you think we will ever come to a time when we won’t have large numbers a good majority even of gerrymandered districts Are there too many entrenched interests involved to ever make that a reality Ever is a long time but I certainly wouldnt hold my breath for it Youd need to see the courts act or state legislators volunteer to give up some of their power Whats the incentive for them to do that Contact us at [email protected] Newsman Real News Jon Stewart the comedian turned faux newsman who transformed The Daily Show into a cultural powerhouse is leaving the show later this year It’s a sad day for anyone who cares about news fake or otherwise writes TIME’s Jim Poniewozik Brian Williams Suspended NBC said on Tuesday that the Nightly News anchor had been suspended as managing editor and anchor for six months without pay Obama Honors Kayla Mueller President pays tribute to the young American aid worker whose death while being held captive by ISIS was confirmed on Tuesday SpaceX Launch Canceled Over High Winds SpaceX called off its sunset launch with just 12 minutes remaining in the countdown because of gusts of 115 mph several miles up strong enough to damage the rocket in flight It was the private company’s second attempt in three days to launch the spacecraft US Closes Embassy in Yemen The State Department confirmed late Tuesday that it has closed the US embassy in Yemen and evacuated its staff because of the political crisis and security concerns following the takeover of much of the country by Shi’ite rebels Yankees Slugger A-Rod Apologizes for Misconduct Alex Rodriguez apologized to New York Yankees top executives on Tuesday ahead of his return to professional baseball after a yearlong suspension for steroid use The Yankees and Rodriguez issued a joint statement on Tuesday Puerto Rico Could Soon Fine Parents of Obese Kids Parents in Puerto Rico may soon be fined up to $800 if their children are obese if a bill currently being debated in the legislature is implemented Puerto Rican Senator Gilberto Rodríguez said the bill is aimed at improving children’s health White House Stays Mum on Obama’s Gay-Marriage Views The White House wouldn’t say definitively Tuesday whether President Barack Obama misled the country about his true feelings on gay marriage during his first presidential campaign as his former longtime political strategist David Axelrod charges in a new book Australia Foils ISIS-Inspired Terrorist Plot Australian counterterrorism officials say they have foiled an imminent terrorist attack after the arrest of two men at a house in western Sydney Police say a homemade ISIS flag was recovered as well as a machete and a hunting knife WWE Star Seth Rollins Apologizes for Nude-Photos Leak WWE star Seth Rollins took to Twitter on Monday evening to apologize for nude photos that appeared on numerous of his social-media accounts and because of automatic updates wound up on the official WWE website Tokyo Bars Japanese Reporter From Visiting Syria Japans Ministry of Foreign Affairs ordered a journalist to surrender his passport after learning last week that he planned to travel to Syria later this month The action was based on a law that allows the government to take citizens’ passport if it would protect their lives TV Rights to Top English Soccer Sold for $784 Billion England’s top-flight soccer competition already one of the richest and most-watched sports leagues in the world is now much richer The Premier League has auctioned off broadcast rights to its games for the equivalent of $784 billion Get TIMEs The Brief e-mail every morning in your inbox Contact us at [email protected] Indian arm of Greenpeace has accused the government in New Delhi of trying to "strangle" it after the group received a notice threatening the cancellation of its registrationa move that could force the environmental NGO to shutdown The notice was issued in June by local authorities in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu where Greenpeace India is registered It alleges breaches of local regulations something the environmental group denies labeling the charges "perversely framed and maliciously designed" and pointing its finger at the national government led by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi "We are a legitimate organization that has been operating legally in India for over 14 years" one of the groups top officials Vinuta Gopal said in a statement "This absurd notice lacks legal basis and instead appears to have been sent at the request of the Ministry of Home Affairs [in New Delhi] which has been trying to silence us for more than year without success" The notice is the latest in a string of recent challenges for the group It was barred from receiving any foreign funding earlier this year when the Modi government suspended its license accusing it of violating regulations and spending unaccounted-for funds to obstruct industrial projects The move in April brought the group to the brink of closure with the loss of as many as 340 jobs as it struggled to pay employees It received a lifeline in late May when a court allowed the group to collect domestic donations Greenpeace India’s travails come against the backdrop of a broader regulatory crackdown on NGOs by the Modi government which has cancelled the registration of thousands of groups for violating laws governing the receipt of foreign funds according the Economic Times "We are a legal Indian organization staffed by Indians working for a better India for all and any charge of foreign control is false The Ministry of Home Affairs is trying to strangle us in bureaucracy preventing our work" Gopal told TIME saying Greepeace had written to local authorities in Tamil Nadu to ask for more information about the June notice but is yet to hear back Gopal said the group would soon mount a legal challenge against the notice Contact us at [email protected] child wearing a uniform waits to raise the national flag on Jan 21 2015 at the Beichuan Red army elementary school in Beichuan southwest China’s Sichuan provinceFred Dufour—AFP/Getty Images A child wearing a uniform waits to raise the national flag on Jan 21 2015 at the Beichuan Red army elementary school i.? In fact, Does that mean the E. 3. OPU said the immediate restructuring of Nigeria will ensure development and rescue ? Armed police cleared the area around the food court and sniffer dogs were sent in. More than 50 percent of the world’s bullet train passengers are Japanese. almost nobody speaks English in Japan.

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