Mickey Kaus

Political Commentator and Author

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Mickey Kaus is a political commentator and the author of The End of Equality. A former blogger for Newsweek, Slate and the Daily Caller, he now blogs at KausFiles. He was also a former candidate for the Democratic nomination for Senate against then-incumbent Barbara Boxer.

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At least one Alabama Republican has revealed that he did NOT vote for the GOP nominee -- Roy Moore. And this wasn't just any voter but Alabama's other Senator -- Richard Shelby.

Waiting on Alabama

At least one Alabama Republican has revealed that he did NOT vote for the GOP nominee -- Roy Moore. And this wasn't just any voter but Alabama's other Senator -- Richard Shelby.

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Is a ready supply of immigrant workers keeping the working class from fatter paychecks -- or are other factors at play?

Are immigrants driving down the wages of American workers?

Is a ready supply of immigrant workers keeping the working class from fatter paychecks -- or are other factors at play?

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Wins for Democrats, trouble for Roy Moore, and a look at the year that was.

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Wins for Democrats, trouble for Roy Moore, and a look at the year that was.

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