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3 hrs ago | WOC-AM Davenport
Smack dab in the middle of this jolly holiday season, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus set political tongues wagging when he told radio bomb-thrower Hugh Hewitt that the party's oppo-research machine is already combing through the metaphorical trash of a certain blond Democratic presidential possible.
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7 hrs ago | MSNBC
Three years after President Barack Obama admitted that his party took a "shellacking" in the midterm elections, Republicans are setting their sights on another political wave in 2014.
As a host of the daytime talk show "The View," Barbara Walters questioned why politicians, including the presidents, swear on a Bible while taking office when there is separation of church and state.
Much to Barack Obama's chagrin, his once-compliant mainstream media continues to devote extensive coverage to the failed launch of Obamacare's $600 million website and its incremental do-over.
Like much of what's been written on Tom Cotton in the national political press, the National Journal's new, nearly 4,000-word cover story on him is largely sympathetic.
The bare-knuckle brawl that had been the Arkansas U.S. Senate race has entered its softer season, with both candidates toning down the rhetoric amid the holidays.
Obama hasn't visited Arkansas during his presidency, and he remains deeply unpopular in the state where Cotton hopes to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor in next year's election.
An irritated Barbara Walters on Thursday touted the importance of the separation of church and state.
During a segment of The View Thursday morning, host Barbara Walters expressed her concerns over politicians swearing on a Bible upon taking office, noting the importance of "the separation of church and state" as an American value.
National Journal takes an interesting approach to its examination of Tom Cotton in his race to unseat incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Pryor in Arkansas.
AT THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, DENVER, Colo., Aug. 27, 2008 -- On the southernmost fringes of Democratic convention territory here, in a nondescript hotel dining room in suburban Douglas County, Colo., 17 miles from the downtown Pepsi Center where the convention's business is being conducted, 47 Arkansas delegates seemed to have a little ... (more)
Anytime a Republican does this sort of thing, the liberal media are all over him.
Sen. Mark Pryor is turning to his faith to appeal to voters in his home state. The vulnerable Arkansas Democrat released a new ad on Wednesday publicly proclaiming his Christian faith and calling the Bible his "north star."
Oh, this cat fud is too delicious! Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor is running a new ad in which he affirms his belief in God and the Bible while calling attention to a copy of the holy book in his hands, referring to it as his "compass" and "North Star."
The Democrat party is in disarray. It is led by a pathological liar who has no credibility with the nation or with anyone but the most mindless partisans in the media and Congress.
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