As Rubio lurches right, New Hampshire moderates should reject his inconsistency

Hillary Clinton has famously used different voices and espoused different stances depending on her audience. Marco Rubio has been pulling from her playbook, coming across as a hardcore Christian conservative in Iowa while appealing to pragmatic Republicans in New Hampshire. Will the the shifting mesmerize east coast moderates into making him the Establishment pick?
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Trump on Obama’s first year: “I think he’s doing a really good job… He’s totally a champion.”

Trump supporters always point to the theory of political evolution when they discuss why the man who financially supported the campaigns of Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Hillary Clinton can now be considered a conservative. They also point to his understanding of people and business in their reasons to believe that he has good judgment.
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Aged gas lines are a ticking time bomb

One of the responsibilities of government is to make sure the infrastructure is both safe and working properly. For decades, Americans have enjoyed some of the most reliable services in the world, but the safety concerns of the aged gas lines that lie just beneath the surface of major cities across the country have many
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