Obama Faces Pushback From His Own Party on More Troops for …

Thursday, 26. November 2009

President Obama will be speaking to West Point cadets — and to the nation — when he lays out his new strategy for Afghanistan next.

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Nov. 18, 2009 HPI Daily Wire | Howey Politics Indiana

Wednesday, 18. November 2009

Mark Souder, R-3rd, said Tuesday evening, adding that he doesn’t know whether she’ll be the nation’s first female president, but “she is one of the most exciting, dynamic figures to hit the political system” (Smith, Fort Wayne Journal …

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Nov. 18, 2009 HPI Daily Wire | Howey Politics Indiana

The Bishops are Back, For Now, Thanks to the Party and President …

Sunday, 15. November 2009

When the nation’s 300 or more Catholic bishops gather for each November for their annual fall meeting, there’s always a hearty show of clerical camara.

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Down the Stretch: Three-Way Race Heats Up in New York Special …

Tuesday, 27. October 2009

WATERTOWN, NY — In the nation’s only significant congressional race on Nov. 3, Conservative Party nominee Doug Hoffman has morphed in recent weeks.

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Does Obama Like Olympia Snowe a Little Too Much? — Politics Daily

Monday, 26. October 2009

Is Barack Obama truly gaga over Olympia Snowe?

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Cold War Remnant: Cancer for Baby Boomers — Politics Daily

Wednesday, 21. October 2009

Even with a half-century’s hindsight, the US government’s willingness to risk the health of the nation’s children seems somewhere between unfathomab.

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Energy Firms Deeply Divided on Climate Change Legislation …

Monday, 19. October 2009

The New York Times reports: As the Senate prepares to tackle global warming, the nation’s energy producers, once united, are battling one another over.

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