CHQ - Democratic politicians retiring…and dropping like flies

Why did Beau Biden really drop out of Delaware Senate race?

Michelle Malkin - "More than ever, the public is paying attention to the culture of corruption. A bruising Senate campaign in the Era of the Tea Party - and in the wake of the Massachusetts miracle - would bring uncomfortable light to bear on Biden family cronyism."



Daily Lickskillet: Populism is like sincerity. 

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