2012 Presidential Election

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  1. Reporting: OrlandoTHE Miracle of ChildrenRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2011 | American Reporter

    As a result of some sort of corrupt media consensus, CNN's Anderson Cooper flagrantly orchestrated an attack on Herman Cain at tonight's GOP presidential debate. Cain did well in responding, but CNN's role as a political orchestrator will be suspect from now through the next several debates.


  2. Brasch WordsOCCUPY Wall Street: Separating Fact from MediaRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2011 | American Reporter

    To many in the corporate media, the center is sacred political ground. It is where the "sensible" and "serious" people dwell.


  3. Reporting: Global SecurityDALAI Lama Calls for Tolerance and PeaceRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2011 | American Reporter

    If you haven't seen the video, here's what the newly-minted Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts said about the attacks on proposals to raise taxes for the wealthy and corporations. "I hear all this, you know, "Well, this is class warfare, this is whatever - No! There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own.


  4. Paul Ryan's lost his Medicare mojoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    As every House Republican budget has since Paul Ryan hoodwinked too many people into thinking he's a smart guy, this year's budget includes his Medicare voucher scheme, that hugely unpopular gateway to privatizing the program. This time, though, Republicans are also in charge of the Senate and that means that they have to actually think about this as a policy they will wholeheartedly endorse and something that could actually be included in legislation that actually passes in both chambers.


  5. State Democrats spurn 2016 presidential primary, stick with caucusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The state Democratic Party has decided to stick with precinct caucuses in picking the party's 2016 presidential nominee, spurning an appeal from Secretary of State Kim Wyman for a primary in which voters would get a voice. The party's action, at a weekend meeting in Pasco, may kill any 2016 presidential primary, although Republicans have been more open to the ballot box.


  6. Lindsey Graham Almost Sure He Will RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Political

    Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina said he was 91% sure, he would enter the race for the White House. The only question remaining is whether he could raise the needed money.


  7. Florida Standoff Could Disrupt Managed Care Progress in MedicaidRead the original story

    Yesterday | The American Journal of Managed Care

    Florida Governor Rick Scott's decision to sue CMS over the fate of a funding agreement for hospitals that serve the uninsured has fallout in many directions. One overlooked area, according to an editorial in Florida Today , is the missed opportunity to expand a successful Medicaid managed care program started by a former Republican governor, Jeb Bush, who is now exploring a run for president.


  8. .com | 2 opposition candidates defeated in Cuba voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News24

    Though they were defeated in local polls, Hildebrando Chaviano, a 65-year old lawyer and independent journalist, and Yuniel Lopez, a 26-year old computer scientist, had made history by surviving the first round of balloting and making it to the final vote. They were the only two non-Communist candidates among 30,000 people running for local office in Sunday's elections.


  9. Taiwan presidential hopeful Tsai Ing-wen faces fine balancing act on ties with mainland ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    Tsai Ing-wen has pledged to uphold the basic principle of maintaining "the status quo" with the mainland. Photo: AFP Since 2008 Beijing has been able to focus on consolidating its rise as a global strategic and economic force while forging closer ties with Taiwan and managing a complex relationship with great power rival the US.


  10. Perry's new hires signal he's ready to talk policy in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chron

    And for a reality check: 2 percent of Texas Republicans think that Rick Perry should be their party's presidential nominee in 2016. Gotta give it to the lizard people.


  11. Did Jeb Bush Just Support a Un Global Warming Treaty?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Caller

    Is Jeb Bush now a global warming crusader, or is this just a liberal attempt to smear his conservative credentials? Jeb Bush told a crowd in New Hampshire Friday that the "climate is changing and I am concerned about that." Jeb added that the U.S. must "[b]e cognizant of the fact that we have this climate change issue and we need to work with the rest of the world to negotiate a way to reduce carbon emissions."


  12. Democratic Senator: Harry Reid's Leadership Did Not Work [VIDEO]Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Caller

    West Virginia U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin issued a rare criticism of fellow Democrat Harry Reid during an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Monday. Manchin, a moderate Democrat, was asked by host Joe Scarborough whether he believes the Senate will run "a bit more better" now that Reid is no longer serving as Senate Majority Leader.


  13. Sen. Manchin: I'm Running For Re-election, Not GovernorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Townhall

    Sen. Joe Manchin , who previously served for six years as the governor of West Virginia, was widely considered to be taking a serious look at running for his old job again once it becomes vacant in 2016. On Sunday on Face the Nation , however, he threw a curve ball: He will run for re-election instead in 2018 : West Virginia is a crimson state, once nearly voting for a convicted felon over President Obama during the 2012 Democratic presidential primary.


  14. White, working-class voters: 'Skeptical of government and skeptical of Democrats'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    ... a lot of their policies. And then when they react, they say they're being racist.” In the 2012 presidential election, Barack Obama won only one-third of the votes of white working-class men, a modern-day low. Mitt Romney, who didn't seem much ...


  15. Manchin Helps W.Va. in SenateRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Intelligencer

    The U.S. Senate has been called the world's most exclusive club. Most of its members seem to feel keenly the distinction voters have granted them, along with the enormous power of the Senate.


  16. Graham: I'm '91% sure' I'll run for presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WAPI-AM Birmingham

    South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said he's "91% sure" he'll run for president --- the only question that remains is whether he can raise the money he needs. "I think I got a good message, I think I've been more right than wrong on foreign policy ... I've been a problem-solver in Washington.


  17. The 2 reasons a former Florida senator wants to publish secret...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham is interviewed before Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and U.S. President Barack Obama meet in the final U.S. presidential debate in Boca Raton, Florida October 22, 2012. Despite leaving Capitol Hill in 2005, former U.S. Senator Bob Graham has continuously sought to declassify the final 28 pages of a congressional inquiry into the 9/11 terrorist attacks that could highlight a Saudi connection.


  18. Commentary: The Democrats' Answer To James Baker: John PodestaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WBUR-AM Boston

    In the 1980s to early 2000s, the formidable James Baker served as a political consigliere to several Republican administrations and campaigns. He was chief of staff in President Reagan's first term before serving as secretary of the treasury in the second Reagan administration.


  19. Election 2016: CNN Hires Nearly 40 New Political Reporters in Effort to Boost RatingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hollywood Reporter

    Hillary Clinton 's April 12 reveal might have been the unofficial start of the 2016 presidential race, but the cable news networks - like Clinton herself - have been preparing for a lot longer. CNN in particular, bolstered by recent ratings growth, is determined to boost viewership this election cycle.


  20. Rolly: Mike Lee's super-PAC buddy lands in super-hot waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salt Lake Tribune

    With the recent news that Sen. Mike Lee appears to have scared off potential Republican opponents with his ability to raise a boatload of money from special-interest groups, here's one for the be-careful-who-your-friends-are department. Lee has been actively engaged in fundraising for his 2016 re-election bid ever since he won his first term in 2010.