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‘The Daily Briefing, the” anchor Dana Perino responds to the Democratic presidential debate.

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On the roster: Warren best Bernie for key left on the consent To the Dems jump, NYT, back to Kavanaugh’s claim – Trump gets right to New Mexico – the leader of the draw line on the gun – You’re doing it wrong

NYT: “The workers and their families party, the labor-oriented progressive group, their elections influence has grown since the 2016 election, confirmed Senator Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts for the democratic presidential nomination, a blessing for your candidacy as she tries to position itself as the main Challenger to the former Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr., of The party approved Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, during the last presidential cycle, at which time he described the work of families as “the closest thing’ to ‘my vision of democratic socialism.’ The group’s endorsement of Ms. Warren on Monday, one of the few of a prominent progressive organization this early in the elementary schools, could turn heads, under left-of-center Democrats desperate to Biden defeat Mr., of the moderate front-runner in a primary election where your party is the ideological future of the game.”

Bernie shakes New Hampshire staff – Fox News: “in view of the discontent and ignored warnings from longtime Fans that he might well lose the New Hampshire primary, sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont on Sunday replaced the Director of his campaign operations in the state that holds the first primary in the race for the White house. The campaign broke the news on Sunday, more than 40 members of Sanders’ steering committee. The campaign announced that Joe Caiazzo was replaced as the state head. Shannon Jackson, who made the announcement, will replace him. Jackson ran Sanders’ 2018 Senate re-election campaign and a senior, is the adviser to the independent senator, 2016 White house bid, as well as the current campaign. … The move comes as some of Sanders supporters in New Hampshire to look over the shoulder of Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts – the other progressive types of sources in the record field of Democratic presidential candidates.”

Team Biden warns: Warren can’t connect with blue collar voters – Politico: “Elizabeth Warren is rising in the polls, Joe Biden, Massachusetts allies, warning that their election at the history shows you to be running the weakest among the types of voters the Democrats must win to capture the White house. While Warren won re-election easily, 2018, Biden’s backers point to her performance in the independent and blue-collar voters as proof, you’ll fail to appeal to similar voters in the rust belt – just like Hillary Clinton in 2016. ‘The serious concern of many of us Democrats in Massachusetts is that in many counties, where Sen. Warren underperforms, they are demographically and culturally similar to the voters in key swing states,” said state Rep. John Rogers, the back Biden. … Warren critics have long attacked the former Harvard Law School professor is too far liberal and out-of-touch with blue-collar voters to beat, Donald Trump, despite the economic message that speaks directly to many of your concerns.”

Beto comes to Buttigieg about his conciliatory tone in arms – Fox News: “Beto O’rourke launched an expletive-fueled defense of his reputation Sunday to ban assault-style weapons and the imposition of a mandatory repurchases of AR-15 and AK-47, while pushing back on the critics – including fellow human beings in 2020, Democrat Pete Buttigieg. During last Thursday, the presidential debate, said the former Texas Congressman, ‘hell Yes, we take your AR-15, your AK-47…’ Buttigieg [said] the clip … ‘will be played for years, on the Second Amendment rallies with organizations that try to make people afraid by saying, the Democrats are coming for your guns.” … O’rourke pushed back in a tweet: …. “If the candidates had to say, ‘at least, Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell are pretending to be interested,’ sh–, this is not enough. Neither is a survey-test your message. Gun violence is a life or death issue and we, the bold ideas of people across the country.'”

Old-school-South Carolina, politics get a boost – NYT: [this day] organisers of the 2019 Galivants ferry Stump, adding new twists to what has become, a 143-year-old tradition. For the first time, the stump meeting-host of the presidential candidates — and it will do so in the case of an odd-numbered year. … But if you are interested in the Democratic primary in South Carolina, an early voting booth, and no dull event planned until long after the state’s primary voters go to the polls, organizers said they had felt forced to break with tradition and invite the presidential contenders to Galivants ferry in the autumn. As of late Sunday, the Ex-Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr; mayor Bill de Blasio of New York; mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind.; and Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, planned, were, to participate.

“The public debt of the Union would be looking for a further cause of collision between the separate States or confederacies. The levy in the first instance, and the progressive extinction of afterwards, would be alike productive in a bad mood, and hostility.” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 7

The Atlantic: “In his 2005 memoir, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, claimed that his outdoor clothing company, established in 1973, was the first, of the concept of the free community. But the idea goes back even further than that. Almost every American understanding of the stratification comes from the middle of the century the U.S. military. In 1943, the Quartermaster Corps, the branch of the U.S. army, an experimental new uniform kit, the it with the name of the M-43 is charged, which led to the procurement of uniforms, among many other important logistics of the war. The ensemble included a woolen undershirt, a long sleeve, flannel shirt, and a sweater. … The military shaped American sense of style in other ways. After demobilization, the historian Paul Fussell explains, the veterans had gotten used to ‘loose, very informal uniforms were primed gear change men’s fashion in the direction of casual wear. The ‘trim fit and exaggerated shoulders” of the pre-war period. Looking ready to get their hands dirty, like a soldier in a M-43 jacket, was more important than a tailor-made look.”

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Biden: 29 Points
Warren: 18.6 Points
Sanders: 15 Points
Harris: 6.8 Points
Buttigieg: 5.2 Points
[Mean values are: CNN, ABC News/WaPo, IBD, Quinnipiac University, and a USA Today/Suffolk University.]

Average Level Of Agreement: 40 Percent
The average of the rejection: 54.8 percent
Net Rating: -14.8 Per Cent
Change from a week ago: no change in points
[Average, includes: NPR/PBS/Marist: 41% approve, reject – 54%; CNN: 42% approve – 54% disapprove; ABC News/WaPo: 40% approve – 55% lean; IBD: 39% approve – 55% lean; Quinnipiac University: 38% approve, reject 56%.]

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Fox News: “The New York Times has his story been the fact that several friends of the alleged victim said she told them she could not remember the alleged sexual assault in question. The great revision of the times “reporting, came a few hours after several politicians, including almost all of the well-known 2020, the Democratic candidate for President, cited the Times’ reporting as the reason for the charges Kavanaugh. … Top-of-the 2020 Democratic contender Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Beto O’rourke, Cory Booker and Julian Castro announced on Sunday that the Supreme court, Brett Kavanaugh ‘must be charged’ according to an unsubstantiated and disputed allegations of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh popped up a weekend New York Times. The revived, longshot push to get Kavanaugh is removed from the high court comes as Democrats, ” obviously an effort to accuse the President of Trump has come largely to a halt. Trump, for his part, suggested on Sunday, Kavanaugh should sue for libel.”

Paper botched rollout NYT: “James Dao, Deputy editorial page editor of The Times, said in a statement that the essay ” a well-reported and up to date account that sheds new light on a question that provokes considerable national debate.’ The time was around criticized for a tweet was later, like deleted was on his mind account on Saturday about the essay read: “a penis is thrust in the face of a drunken Dorm party, such as a bit of harmless fun. But when Brett Kavanaugh made it to her, Deborah Ramirez says, it is confirmed that they did not belong at Yale University in the first place.’ Mr. Dao said the tweet was ” clearly offensive and should never have gone out and we apologize sincerely to you.'”

Axios: “In a Trump-rally in February in El Paso, Texas, the campaign, an unexpected pattern saw in the data from participants, a large amount of New Mexico crosses the border the state to be there. “That was our first insight into the idea that it could be that something is happening,” the trump card of the campaign, Tim Murtaugh has Axios…. Since then, New Mexico to be an unlikely target for the year 2020, the Trump campaign. It is the country with the highest proportion of Hispanics and Latinos (approximately 1, 2 residents), and it is over with the Democrats in 6 of the last 7 General elections. … Demographers and pollsters say Axios, it is highly unlikely that Trump can win, New Mexico voices of 5 men. The state’s Latino population is overwhelmingly Democratic. Major New Mexico cities are booming and move to the left, politically, while Republican high castles, lose their share in the population. Trump New Mexico in the year 2016, and its net lost approval rating fell from +17 when he first took office, to -13. July.”

House GOPers chafe at Trump-allied consultants – Politico: “house Republicans sparred behind closed doors with Trump are aligned with the political agent on a GOP retreat on the new online fundraising platform supported by party leaders and the White house. The fight Thursday about WinRed data and competitiveness highlights the long brewing tensions between GOP lawmakers and operatives allied with the President and underscores the growing Frustration in the party, as you try to win the development of a strategy to return the house in the next year. … REP. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), which specifically expressed concerns about data-sharing, while other lawmakers were confused on how the operation works and pressed cooperatives for more information about the fundraising tool, according to aides and lawmakers who were present. Stefanik, who formerly led the efforts for the GOP campaign arm, pushed WinRed President Gerrit Lansing about whether the legislature of the apparatus would have to be able to share your data with other people and the question of how it could be protected, several sources said.”

Politico: “Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer warned President Donald Trump on Sunday that any gun legislation falls short of universal background checks for gun sales” will not get the job done,’ complicates delicate negotiations between the President and a group of senators. Trump has discussed possible legislation with senators of both parties, would expand background checks, but would not go as far as the house-passed legislation that would apply to all gun sales, with a few exceptions. Trump issued a veto threat on the house background checks bill earlier this year, and some Republicans in Congress support. But to Trump, in an interview with Trump on Sunday morning, the speaker of the house of representatives and the Senate minority leader, indicated that a much tougher line as a rank-and-file senators involved in the talks.”

Rocky start for shutdown talks – The hill: “the Senate of the state funding talks are off to a rough start with 10 days to go until the shutdown period. The cul-de-SAC is the throwing out of the question, if the senators are going to be able to each of the fiscal year is 2020 bills through the chamber this month, a setback for Republicans who wanted to clear a large package before October. Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) said he wants to get to the bills to the Senate warned for a vote, but to negotiate that the legislature ‘must, and the terrain.’ “We have this way,” he said, asked how the financing of the lectures stuck. ‘It has to be a resolution—it could be earlier. It could be later.’ The partisan breakdown of the legislature has left visibly flummoxed on how to resolve the impasse. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), described the negotiations as ” quite fragile.'”

Lewandowski can the use of testimony, as the Senate springboard – Axios: “watch for Trump, the former campaign manager at the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday – and not just because of the prospect of a fiery exchange with the Chairman of the Board Jerry Nadler. … If Corey Lewandowski continues with a run for the Senate in his home state of New Hampshire – which he seriously considered, a spokesman says – he would be the first trump in the inner circle to test this wave of success. … ‘Corey use [the hearing] as part of the campaign. He is confrontational to the Democrats. Will he Outdo completely loyal to. And he plays on the right wing of the party, which closed behind him in a primary,’ Thomas Rath, former attorney General of New Hampshire and adviser to several GOP presidential candidates, says Axios. … The judiciary Committee plans to press for more information about a possible obstruction of justice by Trump outlines Robert Müller‘s report, including its questions, Lewandowski to press, then-attorney General Jeff Sessions at the end of the Russia-investigation.”

Days after leaving his post as National security Advisor John Bolton is taking old job back as head of two political action committees – USA Today

Pergram: ‘the political discourse of more ‘flying flamingos’ needs ‘ – Fox News

“In terms of health, man, do you want to fight?” – Former Vice-President Joe Biden said after a reporter asked if he the release of his medical records, in order to address concerns about his health Friday afternoon in Houston after a campaign event.

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Rocky Mountain Outlook: “It’s not every day a man tries against a grizzly bear. But it seems that is what is happening in Banff [Canadian] National Park in the year 2015, when Devin Mitsuing, 35, got out of his truck without a shirt on, and began shouting at the young grizzly, while in a “Boxing stance in front of the store, so an eye-witness to the incident. Caught on camera with a couple of photographers in the vicinity, where the images of the lonely meadows grizzly bear on highway 93 and the designation [of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police] following the incident, Mitsuing was later located in Radium, B. C. with the RCMP and Park Warden and calculated in accordance with the National Parks Act, the disturbance of the wildlife in the national Park. After two previous missed court dates, the case building Friday (Sept finally came to court in Canmore provincial court. 13) in the morning with judge George Gaschler find, the Saskatchewan man is guilty, and the imposition of a [$from 3.020.24] in order.”

“There is hope for a future, but in the midst of difficult circumstances. Then, in Iran, are flush with the legitimacy with the cash, as a normal international actor, which are in good, recognized, (as Obama once said) as ” a very successful regional power.’ To stop Iran going nuclear at this point is infinitely more difficult and risky.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writes in The Washington Post, 16. July 2015.

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