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  1. Late at night, Christie doing 2016 foreign policy homeworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    Undeterred by Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is staying up late to do his foreign policy homework. NEWARK, N.J. - It's after 9 p.m. on a Sunday night in late November and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is deep into a conference call talking about nuclear weapons and Iran.

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  2. Elizabeth Warren is looking out for taxpayersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | HeraldNet

    ... her fan base has set up camp in Iowa, fueling the fires for a Warren candidacy. They want her to challenge Hillary Clinton, a likely contender viewed as more lenient toward the captains of finance. Style goes a long way, but not all the way. So ...

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  3. Cohen: Plenty of coal for naughty polsRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Boston Herald

    ... policy disasters. ... I could go on but I'll send a truck full of coal to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. instead. Hillary Clinton isn't far behind for not designating Boko Haram a terror organization while she had the chance as U.S. secretary of state. She ...

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  4. David Harsanyi : Run, Liz, runRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | UnionLeader.com

    ... environment surely can't be a bad thing. As Warren was disrupting D.C., it's not difficult to imagine Hillary Clinton ensconced in her penthouse suite in whatever city she's about to give a six-figure lecture in, contemplating every conceivable ...

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  5. Cold War replay: This time we loseRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Minot Daily News

    ... rights and individual liberty, the Obama administration let it be known early on, through Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, that we would not raise human rights issues with China, for example. We would instead focus on "the global economic crisis, ...

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  6. Rand Paul 2016: 5 Hurdles Facing GOP Presidential HopefulRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | News Max

    ... are people whose child turns out to be gay and they're like, oh well maybe I want to rethink this issue." 5. Hillary Clinton: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appears to be the Democratic front-runner in 2016. The Courier-Journal (of ...

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  7. 8 things you didn't read todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | The Washington Post

    ... Robert Costa asked Sanders why nobody, in a talk with a prospective presidential candidate, had asked about Hillary Clinton. Sanders leaned forward and grabbed Costa by the shoulders, imitating a madman, as gently as he could. 7. The New York Times ...

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  8. Democrats vie with Republicans to capture the working-class voteRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Washington Times

    Some people think Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts could pose a threat to the presidential ambitions of Hillary Rodham Clinton. She could.

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  9. What Is A Life Worth? Part IIRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Forbes.com

    ... version of which sold more than 300,000 copies and is credited with playing a pivotal role in the defeat of Hillary Clinton's health reform. He has authored numerous editorials in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Investor's Business Daily, Los ...

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  10. McFeatters: Duck and cover when politicians open mouthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | RecordNET

    ... University School of Medicine, who became an ophthalmologist, should know about cancer and cigarette taxes.) Hillary Clinton, who wants to be elected president in 2016, said, "When you're a woman, you know you're being judged constantly. I mean it ...

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  11. Obama’s legacy will be decided in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Seattle Times

    ... victory of George H.W. Bush in 1988, so does Obama need a Democrat - at the moment, this would seem to be Hillary Clinton - to win in 2016. In the short run, Obama has demonstrated that the term "lame duck" has its limits. Over the seven weeks since ...

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  12. Disney idea a bad one; story deserved front pageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    ... to normalize ties to Cuba... is both good policy and good politics," but this is true only for Obama and Hillary Clinton. The unprinted truth is that Jeb Bush, a Republican who "owns" the Florida vote, announced his presidential candidacy less than ...

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  13. Kim Holmes: Obama knocks at history's door, no one answersRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Washington Times

    It's "historic." A "landmark" breakthrough. By one stroke of the presidential pen, the tide of history has risen, never to recede again.

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  14. Rand Paul, Marco Rubio debate in spirit of Founding FathersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Washington Times

    ... for what was called, in a braver time than the one we live in now, "a cat fight." She can't wait to provoke Hillary Clinton's celebrated throwing arm that aimed many a lamp at Bubba when the Clintons were in the White House. The wreckage that the ...

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  15. "You can't have someone in such a pivotal and important position who is unknown."Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Bloomberg

    In 2009, Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic power broker and close Clinton friend, lost a three-way Democratic primary for Virginia governor; four years later, with Robby Mook aboard as his campaign manager, McAuliffe won. It was that performance that solidified Mook's status as one of the leading candidates to help Hillary Clinton to change her own fortunes from primary loser to general election winner.

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  16. EDITORIAL: Larry Hogan, next Maryland governor, inherits financial mess of Martin O'MalleyRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Washington Times

    Larry Hogan, the incoming Republican governor of Maryland who understands the value of a nickel will inherit some expensive baggage when he takes the oath on Jan. 19. It's the state budget, including a $1.2 billion deficit, the price of expensive goodies from the eight years that Martin O'Malley was the governor and the CEO of the state. Voters painted Maryland an interesting shade of purple in November, and Mr. O'Malley has given everyone the idea that he's not afraid of Hillary Clinton, and is more interested in lining up a presidential run than in leaving Maryland's state finances in good shape.

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  17. President Barack Obama: the duck that roaredRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    ... victory of George H.W. Bush in 1988, so does Obama need a Democrat - at the moment, this would seem to be Hillary Clinton - to win in 2016. In the short run, Obama has demonstrated that the term "lame duck" has its limits. Over the seven weeks since ...

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  18. Chris Christie: The Biggest Loser After Jeb Bush's DecisionRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | US News & World Report

    ... Republican Governors Association. Now, as GOP emissaries have grown anxious about a contest against Democrat Hillary Clinton , they are gravitating toward Bush as their best foil. Not only does he carry immediate respect across party lines, but Bush ...

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  19. The Liberal Idiocy on Russia/UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | OpEdNews

    ... 91-year-old Kissinger said. "It was not Hitler moving into Czechoslovakia" -- as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had suggested. Kissinger noted that Putin had no intention of instigating a crisis in Ukraine: "Putin spent tens of billions ...

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  20. Little Crossover Appeal for Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush - WSJ/NBC PollRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | The Wall Street Journal

    Despite claims the two potential White House hopefuls would bring some crossover appeal to the next presidential race in 2016, only 8% of American adults say they would be open to both, according to the results of the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll . One in five people surveyed said they couldn't support either.

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