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Rod Kackley is an award-winning radio and print journalist who covers statehouse news from around the nation for PJ Media. He is also a novelist who has recently launched The St. Isidore Collection, a psychological thriller series, which begins with the novel "A Wicked Plan: Book 1 From the St. Isidore Collection."

WRITTEN BY Rod Kackley
Manchin's seat is one Republicans would love to flip in November, and Blankenship is campaigning for office while on supervised release from federal prison.
Boehner, a longtime opponent of legalizing marijuana, did an abrupt 180-degree turn April 11 when he joined the Acreage Holdings Board of Directors.
The GOP governor's hairdresser told investigators that he threatened her, coerced her, hit her and forced her to perform oral sex.
Even though South Carolina, like Iowa, doesn’t have any sanctuary cities yet, the state Senate passed a budget amendment Thursday that would require municipalities prove to the State Tax Division, annually, that they are not ignoring federal immigration laws.
Gay lawyer Nessel maintains that she, and not former Obama classmate Miles, is the candidate to protect “the people who need protection the most.”