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The Democratic congressional candidate for New York’s 19th district, Antonio Delgado, rhymed about watching porn, masturbating, and attacked capitalism in his past life as a “social justice” rapper.

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Conservative Group Rolls Out $1.4 Million Ad Buy for Kavanaugh

The Judicial Crisis Network, a conservative group which advocates for the appointment of conservatives to the federal judiciary, on Monday announced $1.4 million in backing for its new ad on behalf of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Pro-Life Group Pressures Manchin on Kavanaugh Confirmation

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Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List, one of the nation’s largest and preeminent pro-life groups, is placing Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin (W.Va.) squarely within its crosshairs as the senator weighs whether to support Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.

RNC Views SCOTUS Fight as Opportunity to Energize Base Ahead of Midterms

The Republican National Committee is seizing the opportunity presented by the upcoming Supreme Court confirmation battle to energize conservative voters ahead of the 2018 midterms. Only minutes after President Donald Trump announced his nomination of U.S. Appeals Court judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, the RNC unveiled how it planned to litigate the case …

Where Weird Came From

The cover of Room to Dream features a black-and-white photo of a little boy sitting on the front porch of an old house. It’d be cute except for the title above his head, scrawled in a font that belongs on a horror-movie poster. Suddenly the colorless photograph doesn’t arouse nostalgia, it creates a sense of unease, as though there might be something lurking in the shadows behind the smiling child. Fitting for the autobiography—of sorts—of David Lynch, a man who has dedicated his career to presenting bourgeois life as a veneered rotting corpse.

Medicare Part D Struggles with Opioid Epidemic, Overprescribing Concerns

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A report by the inspector general for the Department of Health and Human services says that Medicare Part D, the program designed to help seniors afford drug prescriptions, is struggling with concerns of overprescribing, and also points to thousands of situations in which the level of prescriptions for some patients is creating risk of overdose deaths.

Conservative Group Rolls Out $1.4 Million Ad Buy for Kavanaugh

The Judicial Crisis Network, a conservative group which advocates for the appointment of conservatives to the federal judiciary, on Monday announced $1.4 million in backing for its new ad on behalf of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.