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  1. Republicans On Top

    If anyone expected President Obama to come groveling to the GOP after its resounding victories Tuesday, they were surely disappointed. While Obama said he heard the voters’ message, he gave no indication of change in the final two years of his presidency. That means showdowns, starting with executive action on immigration — a move House Speaker John Boehner warned would invite “big trouble.” The GOP is also spoiling for a fight on Iran, Obamacare and the Keystone XL pipeline, putting gridlock first on the agenda.

    Washington Post, OZY, Roll Call

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