Obama to Deploy 30000 Troops to Afghanistan in Next Six Months …

Tuesday, 1. December 2009

President Obama has decided to deploy 30000 new troops to Afghanistan within the next six months, the New York Times reports. The deployment will be.

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Minaret Ban Passes In Switzerland [Politics Of Fear] | Meotive

Monday, 30. November 2009

Minaret Ban Passes In Switzerland [ Politics Of Fear]. 11.29.2009. In a vote deemed “a deep embarrassment for the government” of Switzerland by the New York Times, the Swiss have voted to ban the construction of minarets, and according …

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Confederate Yankee: Politics of Eco-Terrorist from NJ Sentenced to …

Saturday, 28. November 2009

Politics of Eco-Terrorist from NJ Sentenced to Chinese Prison Strangely Absent from Times Reporting. Isn’t it funny that any crime with even a hint of center-right political nuance is triumphantly paraded about by the media as an …

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Rudy Giuliani Not Running for New York Governor Next Year …

Thursday, 19. November 2009

Former New York City mayor Rudy Guliani has decided against a run for governor of New York, the New York Times reports. The decision is.

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Wonk Room » Mousavi and Iran's Nuclear Politics

Wednesday, 4. November 2009

The New York Times has a very good and interesting analysis of the way that post-6/12 internal politics are threatening to derail any nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1, but I don’t think this is quite right: …

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Bridge and Tunnel Club Blog » Blog Archive » Progress Not Politics!

Wednesday, 4. November 2009

Progress Not Politics ! So nice to see this article burning a hole in the Times’ pocket. Too bad they decided to publish it just as they called the election for him: The White House switchboard lit up with calls from Mayor Michael R. …

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RealClearPolitics – Politics Nation – Strategy Memo: E-Day 2009

Tuesday, 3. November 2009

*Washington Times: “The White House is beginning to send strong signals that it recognizes the $1.4 trillion budget deficit is a looming political problem that needs to be addressed, even as President Obama reminds Americans that the …

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WPR Blog | Is Obama the Odd Man Out in Kabul?

Monday, 2. November 2009

If you’re interested in a political scorecard for Afghanistan — post-election fiasco — from a non-Coalition perspective, MK Bhadrakumar has a pretty sobering assessment at Asia Times Online. The essential takeaway is that in going …

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Obama Marriage in NYT Magazine, Michelle Obama in Glamour …

Thursday, 29. October 2009

The Obama marriage — analyzed and parsed — is the subject of a New York Times Magazine Sunday cover story, with the First Couple sitting.

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RealClearPolitics – Politics Nation – Strategy Memo: Checking the …

Tuesday, 27. October 2009

* Politics Daily sat down with Doug Hoffman (C) over the weekend.

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Politics Summary: Tuesday, October 27th | Left Foot Forward

Tuesday, 27. October 2009

As Left Foot Forward revealed new allegations about the sexist and Islamophobic tendencies of the Conservative’s allies in Holland and Belgium, the Times.

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Afghan President Karzai Appears Ready to Accept Runoff — Politics …

Tuesday, 20. October 2009

The New York Times reports: Under heavy international pressure, President Hamid Karzai appears set to concede that he fell short of a first-round vic.

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