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  1. PolitiFact: Is Ted Cruz, born in Canada, eligible to run for president?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | St. Petersburg Times

    For most of his presidential campaign and much of his presidency, President Barack Obama endured erroneous claims that he was born in Kenya rather than the United States. He released the short form of his birth certificate to prove he was born in Hawaii.

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  2. Perspective: Odds are, it's nepotismRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | St. Petersburg Times

    There is a very real chance that the presidential election in 2016 will pit Jeb Bush against Hillary Clinton. According to oddsmakers, this is the likeliest outcome.

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  3. Paul Krugman: It's morning in blue AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Two things happened to the U.S. economy over the past year that were supposed to be impossible according to the ideology that dominates half our political spectrum. First, remember how Obamacare was supposed to be a gigantic job killer? Well, in the first year of the Affordable Care Act's full implementation, the U.S. economy added 3.3 million jobs - the biggest gain since the 1990s.

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  4. AP Fantasy: U.S. Economic Growth Has Been 'Really Durable'Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | BizzyBlog.com

    The latest wet kiss from the business press thrown the Obama administration's way came from Martin Crutsinger at the Associated Press, aka the Administration's Press , late this afternoon. Crutsinger, continuing to richly earn the "Worst Economic Writer" tag he received from National Review's Kevin Williamson two years ago , absurdly characterized the mediocre, pathetic economic peformance of the past 5-1/2 years - the worst post-World War II "recovery" on record, by miles - as "sluggish," but "one of the most durable."

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  5. Harry Reid leaves a ruthless, effective political legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Washington Examiner

    When Sen. Harry Reid retires from the Senate after 2016, he will likely be remembered by most for having led Democrats for more than a decade. But Reid has also been a powerful force shaping the manner in which Democratic campaigns for Senate are run, and in building the muscular apparatus that enables them to win.

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  6. Michael A. CohenCruz loss would help GOP recoverRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Boston.com

    It's not because I think he will win or because I agree with anything he stands for. It's because Cruz represents the best hope of returning sanity to American politics.

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  7. Stephen Maher: Stephen Harper's Middle East strategy takes Canada in more warlike directionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | National Post

    Back in 2002, when George W. Bush was thinking about invading Iraq, his secretary of state, Colin Powell, warned the hawks around the table about the possible consequences, coming up with the Pottery Barn Rule: if you break it, you buy it. "You are going to be the proud owner of 25 million people," Mr. Powell warned.

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  8. Sean Hannity: We Have A President That Wants To Give The Iranians Nuclear WeaponsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars

    Sean Hannity's pathological hatred for our democratically elected president was on full view tonight as he got together with Liz Cheney for an Iran-nuke smear session the two would almost certainly condemn if a Democrat said anything like this about a Republican president. Oh, and a hilarious bout of amnesia over the role that Daddy Dick Cheney played in empowering Iran in the first place.

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  9. Physicians Target Gun Safety on 25th National Doctor's DayRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Contact: Richard Gulla 781-434-7101 rgulla@mms.org Waltham, Mass. -- March 27 -- President George Bush first proclaimed March 30 National Doctor's Day in 1991 as a time to honor the contributions of physicians to the health of America, yet this year, on the 25th anniversary of the day, the 24,000 members of the Massachusetts Medical Society and its 20 district medical societies across the Commonwealth are taking the day to raise awareness about gun safety, and specifically, the right of physicians to discuss the subject with their patients.

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  10. GOP Doesn't Play Fair. They Back Israel.Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Commentary Magazine

    New York Times coverage of Republicans tends to be biased and judgmental. Conservatives are generally portrayed as either conniving and cynical big money manipulators of simple-minded voters or as racist fire-eaters .

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  11. Archives to release Cheney shooting incident recordsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fox News

    The National Archives plans to release official records on the 2006 incident in which then-Vice President Dick Cheney shot a hunting partner. The Archives said the material includes 322 pages and more than 4,000 images.

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  12. In meet-and-greet, Manfred praises Pirates brassRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Pirates

    Rob Manfred stopped by Hammond Stadium on Friday to introduce himself to Twins and Pirates players, but Major League Baseball's 10th Commissioner didn't need an introduction to the braintrust that has steered the Buccos back on a winning track. Pirates chairman Bob Nutting and club president Frank Coonelly both have worked closely in the past with Manfred, and have earned his respect.

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  13. How Harry Reid Tapped Liberal Bloggers to Stop Bush's AgendaRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    Facing the apex of Bush's second term, it was clear to Reid that the Democrats could not come back to power unless they shifted the terms of debate. The progressive movement would not have it.

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  14. 'Shock and Awe' Inventor: Bolton's Bomb-Iran Idea 'Stupid'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | News Max

    A John Bolton proposal to bomb Iran's nuclear capabilities out of existence is "close to criminal stupidity" and a "dereliction of duty" by the hawkish former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, says a military theorist behind the "shock and awe" combat doctrine associated with the 2003 Iraq invasion. Harlan Ullman, who first articulated "shock and awe" in 1996 at the National Defense University, sharply criticized Bolton to "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner on Newsmax TV on Friday for an op-ed this week in The New York Times advising military strikes, not talks, to deal with Iran.

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  15. Michael Moore for PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | OpEdNews

    This article is part of The Nation's 150th Anniversary Special Issue . Download a free PDF of the issue, with articles by James Baldwin, Barbara Ehrenreich, Toni Morrison, Howard Zinn and many more, here .

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  16. Former Iraq Ambassador: Obama's Foreign Policy Is in "G*ddam Free Fall"Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Gateway Pundit

    Former Obama Iraq Ambassador James Jeffrey told Politico today that Barack Obama's foreign policy is in "g*ddam free fall." The Politico reported: Barack Obama faces a slew of Middle East crises that some call the worst in a generation, as new chaos from Yemen to Iraq - along with deteriorating U.S.-Israeli relations - is confounding the president's efforts to stabilize the region and strike a nuclear deal with Iran.

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  17. Can Jeb Bush win over the Christian right after all?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Jeb Bush has a problem. He governed Florida as a fierce social conservative, but he's not getting much credit for it with the far-right voters who dominate the Iowa caucus and South Carolina primary, polling only so-so with so-called "values voters" and being the establishment candidate that evangelical and social conservative groups are trying to unite against .

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  18. How Senate Democrats Will Choose Their Next LeaderRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WGBH

    When word came of Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid's decision to retire, various observers and Democratic constituencies quickly emerged with their choices for his successor as the party's Senate leader. There were those who touted Patty Murray of Washington, the proven problem-solver and veteran legislator who has worked her way up the ladder of Senate succession.

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  19. Harry Reid, The Senator Who Never Forgot The Path He TookRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | KABC-AM Los Angeles

    Reid's upbringing contributed to a tough attitude that can still be seen in his life and politics - most recently when he badly injured his eye and cheek while exercising. He played football in high school and was an amateur boxer.

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  20. Coming Saudi-Egyptian invasion of Yemen demonstrates Obama foreign-policy "free fall"Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Hot Air

    Another White House policy decision, another failed state, another civil war. The track record of Barack Obama's foreign policy disasters, with interventions to push out entrenched leadership in Libya and Yemen and the decision to abandon Iraq, has turned the Middle East into a deadly shooting gallery, one in which Iran has increasingly gained ground strength at the expense of America's Sunni allies in the region.

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