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WP Opinions P.M. Edition - April 6, 2015.

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Your afternoon update from Opinions blogs and columns   •   Mon., Apr. 6, 2015 Rubin: Questions for Hillary Clinton on Iran and Israel By Jennifer Rubin Hillary Clinton issued a written statement last week praising the Iran framework as a step in the process of reaching a final deal but was purposefully noncommittal on the details. There are a host of questions that the media and voters should demand she answer:   Read full article »

WP Opinions P.M Edition - February 4, 2015.: Sargent: Jeb Bush will liberate the 47 percent

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Your afternoon update from Opinions blogs and columns   •   Wed., Feb. 4, 2015 View in your Web browser Sargent: Jeb Bush will liberate the 47 percent During his speech today in Detroit, which many are interpreting as an effort to road test a “positive” and “optimistic” conservative economic vision, Jeb Bush said: “Far too many Americans live on the edge of economic ruin. And many more feel like they’re stuck in place: Working longer, and harder, even as they’re losing ground. Tens of millions of Americans no longer see a clear path to rise above their challenges.    Read full article » Wednesday’s  outtake    Read full article » Post Partisan: Senate Democrats should be careful about their filibuster strategy On Tuesday , 46 Democrats and one Republican filibustered a Senate bill that would have funded the Department of Homeland Security but also would have removed funding for President Obama’s immigration actions. There is no doubt that the GOP bill is a deplorabl

WP Opinions P.M. Edition - December 3, 2014: Rubin: The risks of the 2016 waiting game + 11 more of the latest from the Opinions section.

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Your afternoon update from Opinions blogs and columns  •  Wed., Dec. 3, 2014 Wednesday’s outtake Read full article >> Rubin: The risks of the 2016 waiting game A lot of potential Republican candidates, not unlike Hillary Clinton, may wait many months before declaring their candidacy for president. What’s the upside, and what risks do they run if they wait well into 2015? It helps to break down the field into several groupings, since the calculation is different for each. Read full article >> Sargent: Why some Republicans want to cancel the State of the Union address The Post’s latest  report  about negotiations among congressional Republicans on how to proceed with a budget and striking back against President Obama’s immigration actions contained this colorful nugget: Read full article >> Wemple: NBC News doc Nancy Snyderman: ‘Good people can make mistakes’ Here’s what  should be the final chapter in the saga of Nancy Snyderman , the