Beyond Politics? The Origins (and Future) of the NDP's Orange Wave - Rabble.ca ... offers a page-turning account of ... be scrapped, some caucus colleagues ... Lavigne’s focus on high-level ... milquetoast NDP election ... 12/5/2013 - 12:13 pm | View Link
Beyond Politics? The Origins (and Future) of the NDP’s Orange Wave - Rabble.ca ... offers a page-turning account of ... be scrapped, some caucus colleagues ... Lavigne’s focus on high-level ... milquetoast NDP election ... 12/5/2013 - 8:39 am | View Link
Bolling weighs in: No plans to endorse, worried about Va.’s GOP My main concern is the types of issues he has tended to focus on through his career ... I think he likes the current direction of this campaign, because it’s turning off a lot of voters and that means they may stay home. The lower the voter turnout ... 08/26/2013 - 3:15 am | View Link
Discrepancy could rewrite Iowa caucus but not final outcome What with the throng out-of-town media, candidates and their representing speakers, thousands of voters and even media from outside the United States, it would seem appropriate that it wasn't just another night in Iowa. True told KCCI, "When Mitt Romney ... 01/4/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Out of Santorum’s Lean Operation, a Muscular Result To accomplish his feat in the first nominating contest, he turned to longtime aides from his past Senate runs in Pennsylvania, deployed veterans from the Iowa campaigns of the ... “In a sense, his focus group was what he saw in front of ... 01/3/2012 - 5:54 pm | View Link
Eight Votes in Iowa: Where the Race Goes from Here Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann put everything into Iowa, and their respective fifth- and sixth-place finishes all but sealed the end of their campaigns ... and clear for Gingrich as well. After turning every cheek in Iowa and paying dearly ... 01/3/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Professor Hagle’s Final Republican Caucus Power Rankings Twitter reports from the embedded reporters, however, seemed to suggest that on the whole the tour was successful in terms of both saying mostly on time and in turning out supporters ... The big question now for all the campaigns is one of turnout. 01/2/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Seymour Hersh, the legendary investigative journalist who broke the My Lai massacre and the abuses at Abu Ghraib, says in a new report for the London Review of Books (the New Yorker and the Washington Post both reportedly passed) that the Obama administration did not tell the whole truth while arguing for a military strike against Syria's Bashar al-Assad for using chemical weapons.
House and Senate negotiators were putting the finishing touches Sunday on what would be the first successful budget accord since 2011, when the battle over a soaring national debt first paralyzed Washington.
According to The Post, the possible deal would set spending levels at just over $1 trillion for this fiscal year and next, levels which would be historically low but would nonetheless exceed the targets specified in 2011 Budget Control Act and would be just under $50 billion over the sequester spending levels for fiscal 2014.
The deal wouldn't be a "Grand Bargain," but it would avoid a government shutdown.
As the calendar races towards 2014, and Congressional members log their final few days in session while facing daunting deadlines for a long list of pressing and unfinished initiatives, the press has been busy chronicling the futility, assigning collective blame, and giving the president permanent failing marks.
According to historians, 2013 is on track to become the least productive single legislative year in modern American history.
Palestinian officials say U. S. Secretary of State John Kerry wants to link an upcoming release of Palestinian prisoners by Israel to a framework agreement he hopes to reach in peace talks between the two sides.
A rule requiring ships to travel at reduced speeds to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales in certain areas along the East Coast has been made permanent, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has announced.