2012 Presidential Election

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  1. Titus Senate Bid Could Shake Up Nevada RacesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Roll Call

    If Nevada's lone Democratic House member decides to run for Senate, she could scramble the state's Democratic field up and down the ballot. Rep. Dina Titus is considering a bid to replace Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid , who made a surprise announcement Friday he is not seeking re-election.


  2. Boehner: New Iran sanctions 'very' quicklyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

    The Republican-led House approved a resolution on July 31 authorizing Speaker John Boehner to sue President Barack Obama over claims he abused his powers at the expense of Congress and the Constitution. Republicans filed the suit on Nov. 21, one day after Obama issued executive orders on immigration reform.


  3. News from America, 9:37 AM12 Jewish House Dems Tell Obama: Stop the Bibi BashingRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Twelve Jewish congressmen met Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes last week to convey a message of cease-and-desist to US President Barack Obama, regarding his persistent attacks on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu after the latter's reelection. Politico reveals that the meeting was held in the House's Longworth House Office Building last week, and describes the Jewish delegation's message as: "Enough.


  4. Obama's Mental Health: A ChecklistRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | American Thinker

    If anyone had doubts about the mental health of the president and some of the other more visible people within the Obama administration, there can be doubts no longer. In the past few days Yemen has further erupted into explosive chaos and the long-known but finally admitted facts of Bowe Bergdahl's desertion were announced.


  5. Netanyahu has burned his bridges with Black DemocratsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Let me first start off by saying, this is not really a diary...it's more or less a question. This popped up in my newsfeed on my social media and rendered some fairly interesting responses, nevermind the article comment section, which quite frankly is a cesspool... Netanyahu's speech - which sought to challenge US President Barack Obama's efforts to broker a nuclear deal with Iran - and his comments ahead of the election that his supporters must vote because "Arabs are voting in droves," has lead many black Democrats to turn their back on the Israeli prime minister.


  6. Washington, D.C., comics: Dr. Ignoro vs. BibiRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough recently spoke to J Street, a left-wing organization that fancies itself the headquarters of the tough-love-for-Israel crowd. J Street's critics would phrase it a bit differently.


  7. Chavez: Dems ready for Hillary? Maybe notRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Boston Herald

    A CBS poll on Hillary Clinton last week suggested that the former first lady, New York senator and secretary of state faces a steeper road to the White House than her supporters might think. Only 26 percent in the poll of the adult population had a favorable view of Clinton, while 37 percent had an unfavorable opinion, and an astonishing 36 percent said they hadn't heard enough to form an opinion or were undecided.


  8. Opinion Line ExtraRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle

    If the wealthy are tired of paying too many taxes, why not give up that wealth - say, to charities - and live like the rest of us? What's wrong with Kansas and its elected leaders can be realized through the Good Samaritan story. Simply replace the poor man on the side of the road with anyone but business owners.


  9. President Obama's receptionist is 27 years old and deafRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    According to NBC News on March 29, President Obama's newest receptionist is proving deaf people can do anything, such as working for the President of the United States. Leah Katz-Hernandez, 27, is the president's newly-appointed receptionist, but she is not letting her disability hold her back.


  10. Egypt's top cop dubs Muslim Brotherhood chief a 'terrorist'Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, the Egyptian presidential favourite and former army chief, has vowed that the banned Muslim Brotherhood group "will not exist," should he win the country's presidential election. Egypt's top cop on Sunday promulgated the decision to treat at least 18 leaders of a banned Islamist group known internationally as the Muslim Brotherhood as terrorists .


  11. A Bold Proposal for Conservative GOP CandidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Townhall

    As Jesus warned, "If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand" . Nothing has borne out this reality in recent decades like that exasperating spectacle called the Republican presidential primary.


  12. SNL's Violent Opening Skit: Impossible to Imagine If Parties SwitchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsBusters.org

    One of the first rules of genuine comedy is that to be funny, a joke or skit needs to have some basis in truth. On that primary measurement, the cold open on "Saturday Night Live" last night failed miserably on so many fronts, it's hard to know where to begin.


  13. Harry Reid vs. the Smooth DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Real Clear Politics

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is an acquired taste. It may surprise people outside of his Democratic caucus that many of his colleagues will miss him.


  14. Perry tells Tea Party group he was right to back Dewhurst over Cruz in 2012 primaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry told a tea party group Sunday that he supported his lieutenant governor against Ted Cruz in the 2012 Republican primary for the U.S. Senate out of loyalty - a characteristic, he said, that is sorely missing in American politics. During a conference call hosted by Tea Party Patriots, Mr. Perry said he endorsed then-Lt. 6 comments

  15. Boehner bashes Obama's 'reprehensible animosity' towards Israel, NetanyahuRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel along with a GOP Senate delegation, March 29, 2015 With the Congressional recess in the full swing, delegations from the House of Representatives and the Senate are heading over to Israel to meet with newly reelected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu . Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-OH appeared on CNN 's State of the Union on Sunday, March 29, 2015 deriding President Barack Obama and the White House's 'reprehensible' treatment of Netanyahu.


  16. Second City snubRead the original story

    Yesterday | New York Post

    For all our differences with President Obama, we expect a move to New York City would be great for both the city and the Obama family. Buzzfeed reports that the First Family is seriously considering New York for their post-White House residence - and, likely, Columbia University as home for the presidential library.


  17. Move on, NigeriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vanguard

    By Ochereome Nnanna AS you read this, I am certain that the winner of the presidential election of Saturday, 28th March 2015, is known, either officially or from all reasonable indicators. I am also sure that the election lived up to its billing as the most closely contested in the history of Nigeria, with the presidential election of June 12th June 1993 coming a close second.


  18. The Minimum Wage and Economic GrowthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | OpEdNews

    As of January 1, 2015, twenty-nine states have committed to increase the minimum wage above the federal minimum of $7.25 per hour. This action will benefit 3.1 million workers, but not all equally, since the increase will run the gamut from a few pennies to $1.25 an hour.


  19. Middle East peace prospects are slim, outgoing U.N. envoy saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Washington Post

    If judged by outcome, the United Nations' special coordinator for the Middle East peace process has met with limited success, to put it diplomatically. In his seven years in the post, Robert Serry has participated in three rounds of U.S.-led peace negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians - all ending in failure and recrimination.


  20. NBC News's boss wants to better MSNBCRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2011 | Concord Monitor

    As he returns to run the NBC News Group, Andy Lack faces one of the same puzzles he tried to solve a decade and a half ago: how to make MSNBC work. Now that it is mired in a ratings slump, Lack's mandate as chairman will be figuring out if MSNBC needs a complete overhaul or a sharpening of its mission.