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Ted Cruz (R-TX) walks to the Senate floor for a vote whether to raise the debt ceiling at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, February 12, 2014.

Those who dismiss Cruz as a “Republican Obama” should not forget what we call Obama today: Mr. President.

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The media’s response to Senator Ted Cruz’s announcement to run for president is discussed.

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Covering a political story today? Here’s the latest from AEI’s political corner experts.

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Former U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton speaks during the "Not There Yet: A Data Driven Analysis of Gender Equality" in New York, March 9, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The more Hillary Clinton stumbles, the more electable Elizabeth Warren looks.

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Charles C.W. Cooke tells us where the ideological hybrid “conservatarians” are coming from and why they’re on track to take over the right-over-center movement in America.

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel greets volunteers working at a phone bank on election day in Chicago, Illinois, February 24, 2015. Emanuel is expected to easily take first place in Tuesday's municipal election, but polls show he may miss the 50 percent mark needed to avoid a run-off in the race to lead the financially challenged, third-largest U.S. city. REUTERS/Jim Young

Rahm Emanuel is scrambling for votes all over Chicago to win the runoff election for mayor. While that’s important for Chicago, it’s not so important for the nation. The central city electorate is shrinking.

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Governor Scott Walker (R-WS) speaks at a Republican organizing meeting in Concord, New Hampshire, March 14, 2015. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter

Walker’s tendency to buckle to ‘our guys’ shows us how he’ll stand up to Planned Parenthood and government unions. But when Wall Street asks for favors, or manufacturers demand subsidies — what will he do then?

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Several more revelations have emerged in Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, among them that she took over 200 privately chartered flights at taxpayer expense during her years as senator. A question that now emerges is how big of an impact this will have on a run for president in 2016.

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Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks after being inducted into the Irish American Hall of Fame in New York, March 16, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Impeachment trials and scandalous tribulations keep afflicting the hapless Clintons. And they never take responsibility for any of it.

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The Federal Communications Commission has announced its plans to regulate broadband companies under Title II, claiming it will ensure competition and prohibit Internet Service Providers from privileging the content of certain providers. The FCC’s approach is wrong-headed for many reasons.

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