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It's all but certain that a real estate magnate and reality TV star who's never held political office will be this year's Republican nominee for the White House.

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It's all but certain that a real estate magnate and reality TV star who's never held political office will be this year's Republican nominee for the White House.

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Robert Scheer sits down with writer Thomas Frank to discuss his new book about the changing face of liberals.

Thomas Frank and the New "Liberal"

Robert Scheer sits down with writer Thomas Frank to discuss his new book about the changing face of liberals.

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Four years ago, Republican Sam Brownback was elected Governor of Kansas with double the votes of his Democratic opponent.

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Four years ago, Republican Sam Brownback was elected Governor of Kansas with double the votes of his Democratic opponent.

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