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“Facing a difficult election map in 2016, Senate Republicans are steering clear of entitlement reform changes that their House counterparts are demanding,” The Hill reports. “Republicans in both chambers unveiled budgets earlier this week, with an eye towards negotiating a single fiscal plan in April. But while both budgets would balance within a decade by…

JONATHAN KARL, ABC NEWS: But for Mrs. Clinton, 2014 didn't go exactly as planned. DAVID AXELROD, FRM. ADVISOR TO BARACK OBAMA: What happened in 2008 was that Hillary's candidacy got in front of any rationale for it. And the danger is that that's happening again. You hear Ready for Hillary it's like ready for what?…

As the saying goes, it’s all in the name. Obamacare is no exception. Back in 2013, a CNBC poll showed that despite the fact that they’re the same thing, more Americans were opposed to “Obamacare” than the “Affordable Care Act.” As 2014 debate season hits its stride, HuffPost found that Republican candidates won’t hesitate to…

By Jason Lange and Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON, Sept 22 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama, stumping for the Democrats ahead of November's congressional elections, has twice invoked Ronald Reagan's seminal campaign question: "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" Framing the debate like that helped Reagan twice – in 1980 when he beat…

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