2012 Presidential Election

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  1. Presidential Politics And Climate Change: How Will Voters Assess Candidates?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Forbes.com

    ... govern. Being a fire-brand and being a leader are two different things. Consider this: During the 2012 presidential election, Republican Nominee Mitt Romney mocked the concerns over global warming during his acceptance speech, all underscored with ...

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  2. Election 2016: How live-streaming will change campaignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CNN

    Live-streaming services like Periscope, which launched Thursday , and Meerkat are giving political operatives the opportunity to monitor events thousands of miles away and turn what might have been overlooked moments into important campaign issues. Just this week when Rick Santorum spoke to Republicans at a Council Bluffs, Iowa, library, Rebecca Parks, a Democratic researcher with the liberal research group American Bridge , followed every word in real time from 1,100 miles away.

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  3. Cruz, Santorum and Huckabee Will Likely Divide Christian Right in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | US News & World Report

    The Christian right promises to get behind a 2016 candidate, but Cruz, Santorum and Huckabee will likely muck up that plan. This time it's going to be different! That's the cry of social conservatives as they try to rally themselves around a single candidate this year, flexing the conservative right's muscle against the dread establishment.

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  4. Christie joins court fight vs. Obama immigration planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | USA Today

    Christie joins court fight vs. Obama immigration plan Christie files brief urging court to continue freeze on deportation relief program. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1byRBO1 TRENTON, N.J. - Gov. Chris Christie has quietly aligned New Jersey with Texas and other red states in a lawsuit trying to thwart President Obama from allowing millions of people in the U.S. illegally - mostly parents and young people - to avoid deportation.

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  5. Senate budget votes foreshadow 2016 campaignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | USA Today

    The contours of the 2016 campaign season took shape in the U.S. Senate Thursday, where senators powered through a marathon session of votes on politically charged amendments to the GOP's ten-year balanced-budget proposal. Senate budget votes foreshadow 2016 campaigns The contours of the 2016 campaign season took shape in the U.S. Senate Thursday, where senators powered through a marathon session of votes on politically charged amendments to the GOP's ten-year balanced-budget proposal.

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  6. 9 GOP hopefuls to appear at Iowa dinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | USA Today

    Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1byI35L Confirmed guests for the May 16 event in Des Moines are Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Donald Trump and Scott Walker. None have officially announced a presidential candidacy yet.

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  7. Senate up next after House passes bold conservative budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | FOX Carolina

    Republicans slowly pushed a balanced-budget blueprint toward Senate approval Thursday, laying down conservative markers for a likely veto struggle with President Barack Obama over their plans to erase deficits through trillions in spending cuts and repeal of the health care law. Approval of the non-binding budget was certain, one day after the House ratified a slightly different version on a party-line vote.

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  8. Obama administration, journalist intentionally reveal Israel's nuclear programRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Examiner.com

    The Obama administration continues to damage relations with Israel by releasing a declassified Top Secret document date April 1987, " Critical Technology Assessment in Israel and NATO nations " to the public, Israel National News reported on Wednesday. Many who support Israel, including Ari Yashar and Matt Wanderman of the Israel National News view the release as payback by President Obama and his administration due to Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recent re-election.

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  9. Nigeria's presidential candidates sign new peace appealRead the original story

    Thursday | The Star Online

    Nigeria's main presidential candidates have signed a "peace accord" ahead of hotly contested elections on Saturday in an effort to prevent religious or ethnic violence, the government said on Thursday. President Goodluck Jonathan is running against former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari in what looks set to be the closest presidential race since military rule ended in 1999.

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  10. U.S. outs Israeli nuclear programRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | RedState

    In a development that has largely been missed by mainstream media, the Pentagon early last month quietly declassified a Department of Defense top-secret document detailing Israel's nuclear program, a highly covert topic that Israel has never formally announced to avoid a regional nuclear arms race, and which the US until now has respected by remaining silent. But by publishing the declassified document from 1987, the US reportedly breached the silent agreement to keep quiet on Israel's nuclear powers for the first time ever, detailing the nuclear program in great depth.

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  11. GOP's 2016 Megadonors Relegate Bundlers to 'Minor Leagues'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News Max

    The moderately rich are just not rich enough when it comes to Republican presidential candidates looking for super wealthy donors to launch their campaign war chests, according to The Washington Post . Bundlers are taking a back seat for the time being to billionaires who can dish out million-dollar checks to super PACs without even having to think twice about the size of their bank balance.

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  12. Five elections that mattered for conservatismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News Democrat

    In 1970, a young conservative who once played professional football and served as an aid to California governor Ronald Reagan was elected in an upstate New York congressional district. He was a different kind of Republican from New York.

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  13. Steve Chapman: Ted Cruz and the Born-Again GOPRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    President Dwight Eisenhower signed the bill making "In God We Trust" the nation's official motto, but his approach to religion was not excessive in its rigor. "Our form of government has no sense unless it is founded in a deeply felt religious belief," he once declared, "and I don't care what it is."

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  14. How live-streaming will change campaigningRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTMA-AM North Charleston

    Live-streaming services like Periscope, which launched Thursday, and Meerkat are giving political operatives the opportunity to monitor events thousands of miles away and turn what might have been overlooked moments into important campaign issues. Just this week when Rick Santorum spoke to Republicans at a Council Bluffs, Iowa, library, Rebecca Parks, a Democratic researcher with the liberal research group American Bridge, followed every word in real time from 1,100 miles away.

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  15. Paul seeks $76B boost for defenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Hill

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has made a 180-degree turn on defense spending weeks before he is scheduled to launch his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Paul has offered an amendment to the Senate Republican budget that would increase total spending at the Pentagon for fiscal year 2016 to $696 billion.

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  16. Is field ready for lightning-rod Cruz's energy?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Stars and Stripes

    Ted Cruz, the Republican Texas senator and unofficial leader of the tea party faction, surprised exactly no one when he announced Monday that he would seek his party's 2016 presidential nomination. He may be a first-term lawmaker and he may have been born in the Canadian city of Calgary - an unusual birthplace for a wannabe American president, even if his eligibility is not seriously in question - but his ambitions have long been clear.

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  17. Activist: Hillary's Embrace of Obama Not Enough to Excite Black VotersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Breitbart.com

    No matter how unpopular President Barack Obama and his policies are in 2016, Hillary Clinton may have to embrace them to not turn off black voters. But that may still not be enough for her to enthusiastically turn out the important electorate that makes or breaks Democrats in national elections.

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  18. Which Way Does the Wind Blow the GOP on Wind?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Switched

    At the conclusion of the 2012 presidential election, Barack Obama's campaign manager, Jim Messina, said of the president's victories in Iowa and Colorado that the "wind energy tax credit was an issue in both of those states." With President Obama supporting the tax credit and Mitt Romney not only opposing the wind production tax credit but dismissing wind energy jobs as " imaginary.

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  19. Jimmy Fallon Does A Spot-On Impersonation Of Mitt RomneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Switched

    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, came face-to-face with "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon -- literally. For the skit "Mitt in the Mirror," Romney had a deep discussion with the person he saw in a mirror, which was Fallon doing a spot-on parody of Romney.

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  20. Election guru Lynton Crosby led the briefing in ParliamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ledbury Reporter

    Just 11,223 votes across the country could be required to secure a Conservative majority on May 7, Tory MPs were told in a briefing led by election guru Lynton Crosby. In a packed meeting in Parliament, the MPs were told how it was "basically impossible" for Labour to achieve an overall majority but that the Tories needed to gain just 23 seats.

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