LONDON – The big tents are shrinking. Republicans and Democrats used to take pride in calling their respective parties “big tents” with room for a diversity of views. That tradition has ended for Republicans. It may be on its way out for Democrats as well.
Some liberals are celebrating the fact that retiring Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada will soon be replaced by Sen. Charles Schumer of New York. That’s because Nevada is a swing state.
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