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  • WSJ: Manley on Misplaced Blame Over Immigration October 28, 2014

    The Wall Street JournalOcotber 28, 2014By: Jim ManleyImmigration activists are hounding Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan, who is facing a tough reelection battle in North Carolina, at a time when control of the Senate is at stake. Meanwhile the Republican National... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on Why Entitlement Reform Isn’t on the GOP Agenda October 24, 2014

    The Wall Street JournalOctober 24, 2014By: Jim ManleyA few days ago Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, wrote a Think Tank post focusing on what she says are this country’s pressing fiscal issues. For me... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on Whether the Senate Will Opt for Gridlock or Governing October 23, 2014

    The Wall Street JournalOctober 23, 2014By: Jim ManleyThe Journal’s Jerry Seib had an interesting column Tuesday. Headlined “Voters Show Early Signs of Punishing Political Gridlock,” it reviewed a rather obscure question buried deep inside the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on Delaying the Attorney General Nomination October 15, 2014

    The Wall Street Journal October 15, 2014 By: Jim Manley The White House announced Tuesday that, bowing to Senate Democratic leaders who want to avoid any unnecessary distractions just before the midterms, a replacement for outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder would not be... read more

  • WSJ: Manley on How a Narrow Republican Majority Would Pass Its Agenda October 6, 2014

    The Wall Street Journal October 6, 2014By: Jim ManleyIf control of the Senate switches in November–and I emphasize if–it appears that the new majority would be rather narrow and would fall short of the 60 votes necessary to ensure passage... read more