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Voters are registering record levels of anger at their elected officials. Why that's not good for Senate Democrats—or any politician on the ballot—in November.
The president has a pattern of deflecting blame and denying responsibility. With military action against ISIS underway, that's a dangerous habit.
Republicans have an edge on international affairs, but their crop of presidential contenders are untested, especially compared with Hillary Clinton.
If the GOP only wins on friendly turf, they could retake the majority—but without a mandate.
On foreign policy and immigration, the president has prioritized short-term politics over sound policy. And it's costing him badly in his final years in office.
To run for president, the senator needs to show voters how he's a different type of Republican—beyond his biography.
The Senate majority l eader's aggressive tactics have backfired, threatening his hold on leadership.