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Kagro in the Morning - April 19, 2016

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Some like their political analysis “Big Picture”, some prefer a more granular approach, David Waldman and Greg Dworkin grind it buttery smooth for you today:

It’s the Trump of primaries today, the yuge New York primary. What’s going to happen today? What about the New York City primary? Did all of the parties’ campaigning change anything? 3.2 million people could have read the directions more carefully, now it’s a big emergency.

How much was Bernie Sanders influenced by his high school, James Madison H.S., in Brooklyn?  They certainly have a big wall of distinction.  Erasmus Hall High School is not chopped liver, either.

Back to the bigger picture: He’s all about the vision. She wants to know the details.

Bernie Sanders does better with independents, as opposed to moderates.  Is Sanders’ movement much larger than the election, or does it really exist at all… yet?  

Does Ted Cruz want to be the Anti-Trump or Trump lite

Obamacare is helping a lot of people — the “Thanks Obama” crowd isn’t cheering though. 

Antonin Scalia’s death came just when all the conservative schemes were just coming together. Kris Kobach continues his evil plans in Kansas.

David reports on the sordid mess in the Virgin Islands, with their interloping Michiganders, Nazi shenanigansnepotistic Yobs, and ammo gavelers

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Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 12:01pm EST