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For the GOP, here’s the real tragedy of 24 million people keeping their health insurance.
This is peculiar. Political parties usually try to keep their voters alive.
Donald Trump and Paul Ryan aren’t about to clash over the budget. They mostly agree.
Donald Trump’s has a unique talent: Convincing people he won’t rip them off. Wall Street could be the latest victim.
The Trump tax cut might end up being a slightly classier version of the Bush tax cuts: more regressive, more red ink, and just as temporary. Sad!
Something’s out of whack when Jimmy John’s sandwich chain makes its workers promise not to go to any competitor for at least two years.