2012 Presidential Election

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  1. DHS Kinda/Sorta Still Funded, But Why?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    So the Department of Homeland Security has slipped the hangman's noose, at least for a little while longer. Proving they really are the stupid party , the GOP has somehow managed to turn a huge victory in the midterms and a court order against Barack Obama's immigration plan into something like a complete defeat .


  2. John Spratt conference draws Democrats to the Grand StrandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WPDE

    Members of the South Carolina Democratic party gathered in Myrtle Beach on Saturday for the wrap-up of a two day conference. Their focus was reaching out, growing together and moving forward.


  3. Christie tells California GOP to let presidential race play outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | McClatchy

    "I can promise you that over the next few months, there will be article after article arguing that our party can't afford a long nomination battle. That we need to pick a nominee as soon as possible, that we have to unite around whichever candidate appears to have the most money or the most endorsements or the best press coverage," Christie told a sold-out luncheon crowd at the state GOP's biannual convention here.


  4. For Republican presidential aspirants, last year's favourite is next year's longshotRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    In the space-time continuum of U.S. presidential politics, a year can be an eternity. Ask the guys who delivered speeches at a just-concluded annual gathering of conservatives.


  5. Israel's Netanyahu heads to Washington for Congress speechRead the original story

    Saturday | Boston Herald

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu headed to Washington on Sunday to press his case against an emerging deal on Iran's nuclear program in a contentious address to the U.S. Congress, which he said he is delivering out of concern for Israel's security. The address has caused an uproar that has exposed tensions between Israel and its most important ally, the United States.


  6. Kerry asks for benefit of the doubt on Iran nuclear talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday tried to calm tensions with Israel before Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 's congressional address, yet insisted the Obama administration's diplomatic record with Iran entitles the U.S. to "the benefit of the doubt" as negotiators work toward a long-term nuclear deal. Kerry said in an interview broadcast before he left for more talks in Switzerland with Iran's foreign minister that Netanyahu was welcome to speak in the U.S. and that the administration did not want the event "turned into some great political football." 1 comment

  7. David Axelrod shares inside storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Erie Times News

    Just days before the release of the memoir by the man who engineered Barack Obama's presidential campaign in 2008, a story about Mitt Romney's concession call in the 2012 presidential election emerged. Worse, Romney insinuated that Obama only won because he got the vote out "in places like Cleveland and Milwaukee," Obama told Axelrod, his senior adviser.


  8. Netanyahu on 'Historic Mission' to Stop Iran Nuclear DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Voice of America

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, Jan. 4, 2015. Netanyahu is headed to Washington to give a controversial address to the U.S. Congress.


  9. a Walker Emerging As 2016 PowerhouseaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Breitbart.com

    Before the end of March, Wisconsin will likely become the 25th state to allow workers the choice of whether or not to join a union. With the pending enactment of a so-called "Right to Work" law, Wisconsin will join Indiana, Iowa and Michigan as the only Midwestern or Northeastern states without compulsory union membership.


  10. Netanyahu's address to Congress will be most important speech of his lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming address to a joint session of Congress will probably be the most important speech of his career - and one that has already jeopardized relations between Israel and the United States. On Tuesday morning, Netanyahu will confront an American president and insist that the future of the State of Israel, and the world, is imperiled by a pending "bad deal" with Iran on its nuclear program.


  11. Jake Tapper 'The Lead' InterviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | NewsBlaze

    In his capacity as CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper hosts "The Lead." The one-hour weekday program examines and advances stories from around the globe that reflect his curiosities and interests, ranging from politics to money, and from sports to pop culture.


  12. Republicans Shift To National Security Ahead Of 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Switched

    If this week was any indication, Republicans could spend much of the 2016 presidential election attacking Democrats as weak on national security, rather than focusing on the economic concerns that have preoccupied voters in recent years. The shift reflects a changing political landscape as the U.S. economy has steadily added jobs while gruesome beheading videos by Islamic State and increasing conflict in countries such as Syria and Libya have revived Americans' concerns about security threats.


  13. Three-peat: Rand Paul Wins 3rd Consecutive CPAC Straw Poll, But Scott Walker Is Hot on His HeelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | National Review Online

    Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul. After this weekend, that's the list of Republicans who have won straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference three years in a row.


  14. AIPAC Meets Under Cloud Amid Tumult Over Benjamin Netanyahu SpeechRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Forward

    Regulars at the annual parley of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee are used to hearing speakers warn that "critical times" face supporters of Israel. Mostly, this is no more than a standard injection of some alarmism to jolt members into action.


  15. GOP leaders are struggling to show they really are in chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Statesboro Herald

    House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, walks to the chamber after the House failed to advance a short-term funding measure to keep the Department of Homeland Security funded past a midnight deadline at the Capitol Friday evening.


  16. Wisconsina s Walker adjusting to presidential politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Herald

    Scott Walker may have won three elections in the past four years, but he's still finding his way in presidential politics. The Wisconsin governor made a splash last month in first-to-vote Iowa, wowing Republicans and vaulting to the top of several still-way-too-early polls.


  17. CPAC Straw Poll Offers 17 Potential GOP CandidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | News Max

    Conservatives attending this year's Conservative Political Action Conference are facing a big decision this year about who to pick to win their annual straw poll. With the campaign season for the 2016 presidential election rapidly approaching, this year's event attracted 17 names of people who are expected to mount campaigns for the GOP nomination, reports Bloomberg .


  18. Back to the Future: Government Should Do Less to Fight RecessionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Breitbart.com

    Americans can be forgiven if we've forgotten what economic recovery looks like. It's been so many years since the economy felt normal that even feeble economic growth can seem like something to cheer about.


  19. GOP contenders push for military action on ISRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The China Post

    The Republican Party's leading presidential contenders on Friday promised conservative activists they would pursue aggressive military action to prevent the spread of global terrorism, including a renewed use of ground forces in the Middle East. As war-weary critics in both parties watched with skepticism, one Republican White House prospect after another attacked President Barack Obama's foreign policy as far too timid as they courted thousands of conservative activists gathered in suburban Washington.


  20. ANALYSIS: Rahm must learn from Byrne to avoid being one-termerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Chicago Sun-Times

    Black voters who turned on a mayor they helped put in office after a mayoral decision that felt like a slap in the face. A reluctant and under-funded mayoral challenger whose charisma seems to grow with the movement he was drafted to lead against a wounded incumbent with money to burn who loves to play on the national stage.