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Meet Tom Foley, accused union buster

One thing clear about Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley, who surprisingly chastised Dan Malloy in the first debate of the race for living in the state-owned governor's mansion, is that he is a mansion kind of guy. We don't know how much money Tom Foley has, but it's a lot.


Related Topix: Dan Malloy, US Governors, Greenwich, CT, W., US Politics, US News, US Senate, Democrat, Senator Richard Blumenthal

Tue Sep 16, 2014

The New Zealand Herald

Wednesday, September 24

1932 - The Poona Pact between Hindu religious leaders, forced by Mahatma Gandhi's hunger strike, gives new electoral rights to low-caste "untouchables" in India. 1948 - First conference in London of representatives from Britain's African colonies; Mildred Gillars, accused of being Nazi wartime radio propagandist "Axis Sally," pleads innocent in Washington to charges of treason.


Related Topix: Prison, Iraq

News Max

Senate Dems Spent $14M in August to Keep Majority

Senate Democrats' campaign arm, defending a narrow majority heading into November's elections, spent more than $14 million last month, committee aides said Tuesday. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee raised $7.7 million in August and spent almost twice that amount.


Home Loan Rescue Program Adds $5 Million to Oakland Property Values

A program backed by the Troubled Asset Relief Act has helped more than 550 Oakland County residents remain in their homes. A program that helps Oakland County homeowners pay off delinquent property taxes, interest and fees just received its five-millionth dollar, according to a news release.


Related Topix: Oakland County, MI, Foreclosures, W., Home, Mortgage, Personal Finance

WCHI-AM Chillicothe

Bubba Slams McConnell Where It Hurts

Hillary and Bill Clinton's visit to Iowa this weekend for the Harkin Steak Fry generated plenty of headlines, but its political impact may end up being bigger in Kentucky than in the Hawkeye State. That's because the most memorable moment of the steak fry wasn't Hillary's 2016 patter or the effort to boost Bruce Braley , the Democratic Senate candidate in Iowa.


Related Topix: Bill Clinton, History in the News, US Politics, US News, US House of Representatives, Democrat, Representative Bruce Braley, US Senate, Republican, Mitch McConnell, W.

The Brattleboro Reformer

Republican to lead vets group for Democrat Hassan

Republican Air Force veteran Griffin Dalianis is leading a group of 150 veterans supporting incumbent Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan's re-election bid. Dalianis is a former co-chair of veterans committees for Republican presidential nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, US Senate, Democrat, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Maggie Hassan, US Governors, 2012 Presidential Election, Mitt Romney, John McCain

Greenwich Citizen

ISIS Has Put Rand Paul In A Very Difficult Position

Sen. Rand Paul has emerged as a leading potential 2016 presidential candidate after years building a brand as a conservative with a libertarian bent who often breaks from his fellow Republicans to criticize foreign military action. However, the rise of the jihadist group Islamic State has left Paul scrambling to simultaneously express support for military action against the group while also trying to maintain his libertarian credentials and criticize President Barack Obama, who has launched strikes on ISIS.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, US Senate, Republican, Senator Rand Paul, Barack Obama, Business Insider, Dick Cheney

New York Daily News

Candidate accused of stiffing workers

Aaron Woolf, a part-time Upper East Sider who is running for Congress upstate, wants to raise the minimum wage - but he didn't always pay it to employees at a Brooklyn eatery he owns, legal filings show. Woolf, a Democrat, is running in the 21st congressional district in northern New York, where he also has a home, against Elise Stefanik, a former aide to President George W. Bush, to replace retiring Democrat Rep. Bill Owens.


Related Topix: US News, W.

Mon Sep 15, 2014


Brandis goes Left Bank in his search for terror hype

As the government's resident philosopher-prince, Attorney-General George Brandis is fond of words, particularly words from outside the English language. Being a lawyer, he likes to draw upon one of the techniques the legal profession uses to pretend it isn't just another self-interested industry, by quoting Latinisms and terms usually only heard in the rarefied confines of the courtroom, like "gravamen".


Related Topix: Terrorism

News Max

Ex-WH Staffer: Fire Teacher for Bush-Hitler Assignment

The Washington, D.C. public school teacher who instructed a sixth-grade class to write a paper comparing President George W. Bush and Adolf Hitler should be fired immediately, a Bush White House staffer told Newsmax TV on Monday. "I don't care if you're Republican, Democrat - whoever you are, comparing a U.S. president to Adolf Hitler is unacceptable, and that teacher needs to go now," Bradley Blakeman, a Georgetown University professor of politics and public policy, told "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner.


Related Topix: W., US News, Georgetown University, US Politics, Barack Obama, Family, Kids

Contra Costa Times

Leonard Pitts Jr: Wondering 'what if' as U.S. forces head back to the Middle East

Two letters long, it is arguably the most fruitless word in the English language, an evocation of paths not taken, possibilities foreclosed, regrets stacked high -- and it lies like a pall of smoke over President Barack Obama's Wednesday-night announcement that this country is returning to war, albeit with air strikes only, in a place we just left behind in 2011 after spending almost nine years, more than $1 trillion and 4,425 lives.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Barack Obama, W., World News, Asia, Afghanistan, Opinion

WCTV Tallahassee

Perdue Picks Up Endorsement of Ex-President Bush

Former President George H.W. Bush has endorsed Republican David Perdue over the CEO of a nonprofit he founded, Democrat Michelle Nunn, in Georgia's closely watched Senate race. Bush said Monday that Perdue "will be an independent voice for Georgia while working for positive solutions to our toughest challenges."


Related Topix: US News

Hollywood Reporter

'The View': Rosie O'Donnell Returns, Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace Debut

The View returned rebooted on Monday morning with a panel featuring Whoopi Goldberg , returning co-host Rosie O'Donnell , and new additions Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace . The new foursome opened the show by curtseying and kissing the hand of a mysterious woman seated in a regal red chair: none other than the now-retired co-host, Barbara Walters .


Related Topix: The View, Entertainment, Television, Celebrities, Rosie O'Donnell, US Politics, John McCain, US News

The Detroit News

Free speech needs no amending

They want to ask the nation to change the First Amendment so that it protects political speech only up to a point.


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Morning Journal

Fighting ISIS and beyond

If President Barack Obama manages to destroy the Islamic State terrorist organization through an international coalition, the odds are he will make the same mistake committed by his predecessor, former President George W. Bush. Declaring "mission accomplished" after a few battlefield victories against ISIS, the inaccurate acronym by which the Islamic State usually is called, would be a terrible mistake.


Related Topix: Terrorism, US Politics, US News, Barack Obama, W.

Evening Sun

Australia contributing planes for anti-IS campaign

Terrorists will use Australia's deployment of troops and war planes to the Middle East as an excuse to target Australians, Prime Minister Tony Abbott warned on Monday. Australia is preparing to contribute 600 troops and up to 10 military aircraft to the increasingly aggressive campaign against the Islamic State extremists in Syria and Iraq, the government announced on Sunday.


Related Topix: World News, United Arab Emirates, Middle East, Indonesia,

New York Daily News

With ISIS, we face a real war, but we don't want to fight it ourselves

After years of fighting a corrupt war in Iraq, the U.S. is faced with a serious enemy in ISIS, but now we're standing on the sidelines and hoping our allies will step up to put troops on the ground. A U.S. Marine watches a statue of Saddam Hussein being toppled in Firdaus Square in downtown Baghdad in a April 9, 2003, file photo that seemed to capture a glorious moment - but the Iraq War led us to the mess we're in now.


Related Topix: Iraq, World News

Sun Sep 14, 2014


Can Congress be responsible for sustainable foreign policy?

There was a moment in the last quarter-century when the Congress of the United States made the nation proud. It did so across all its usual lines of division: Republican and Democratic, conservative and liberal, hawk and dove.


Related Topix: US News, US Politics, US House of Representatives, Democrat, Steny Hoyer, Opinion

Do we have an exit strategy?

AS he defends his decision to follow the US back into Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he does not know how long the campaign will take. AS he defends his decision to follow the US back into Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he does not know how long the campaign will take.


Related Topix: W.

Juan Cole

Media, Politicians should stop Letting ISIL Manipulate them

Ever since George W. Bush invaded Iraq and created the circumstances under which al-Qaeda could take root and flourish there from 2003 forward, al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia has taken captives and has beheaded them on film. It was doing this in 2004 These acts of public brutality against a helpless individual are intended in part to announce that despite their military superiority, Westerners are not 10 feet tall and can be cut down to size.


Related Topix: Terrorism, US News, Liberal Political News