Steyer Won't Run, Romney Talks Climate Change, and Doomsday Clock ... - National Journal (National Journal) ROMNEY TALKS CLIMATE CHANGE. Mitt Romney wants the ... "A surge of light oil from North Dakota and Texas is cutting into the 01/22/2015 - 7:02 am | View Link
Obama's list of pros and cons - Times Union If Obama can win North Carolina, it becomes almost impossible for Romney to reach the magic ... Romney maintains a slight edge when voters are 01/21/2015 - 3:36 pm | View Link
Face the Nation Transcripts: January 18, 2015: Cameron, Rubio, ... - CBS News Prophet Mohammed, and European countries remain on edge. ... order, like rogue states like Iran and North Korea that ... Mitt Romney tops the ... 01/18/2015 - 6:33 am | View Link
The Fix: The story of the Obama presidency, as told in 510 Gallup ... - Washington Post In U.S., Underemployment Lowest in North Dakota ... Confidence Steady at Relatively Improved Level | Voters Give Romney Slight Edge Over Obama on 01/16/2015 - 3:21 pm | View Link
The story of the Obama presidency, as told in 510 Gallup headlines - Washington Post In U.S., Underemployment Lowest in North Dakota ... Confidence Steady at Relatively Improved Level | Voters Give Romney Slight Edge Over Obama on 01/16/2015 - 3:20 pm | View Link
Mitt Romney Doesn't Want to Just Go to the Beach—THE EDGE (Spetalnick, Adams, and Wroughton, Reuters) TOMORROW IN ONE PARAGRAPH: The House Foreign Affairs Committee will hold a briefing on "the North Korea threat" at 10 a.m. Concise coverage of everything I wish I had hours to read about." Chuck, Graduate Student ... 01/14/2015 - 1:59 am | View Link
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HPU Poll: Romney ‘narrowly favored’ in NC, Obama has edge nationally However, an HPU spokesperson says an additional sample of registered North Carolina voters “narrowly favored” the former Massachusetts governor over Obama. According to the national poll’s results, 46 percent of participants said they would vote for ... 11/1/2012 - 6:58 am | View Link
Romney has solid edge in 269-269 electoral vote tie scenario As Mitt Romney continues to make gains in swing state polls in the wake of his dominant debate performance last week, it’s becoming increasingly possible that Americans could wake up on Nov. 7 to a 269-269 Electoral College tie. In such a case ... 10/12/2012 - 10:02 am | View Link
Polls: Obama has an edge over Romney on Medicare (CBS News) A series of polls released today and over the weekend show the presidential contest remains close but suggest President Obama may have an edge over Mitt Romney on ... New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. 09/25/2012 - 7:02 pm | View Link
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In the 19 months since the Senate passed a sweeping, bipartisan immigration bill, Sen. Jeff Sessions’s dogged opposition has rallied House Republicans to block all but the most conservative immigration measures.
Before the Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday, one Republican activist summed up Gov. Scott Walker’s challenge this way: “He doesn’t make the flashbulbs go off.” But at the end of the marathon day of speeches before conservatives, the Wisconsin governor emerged as the leading light.
Presidential candidates-to-be, and a passel of well-known clingers on, converged in Iowa this weekend with all the flash and fun the nation has come to expect of the Grand Old Party.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina managed substantive introductions, alongside businessman Donald Trump, who declared there is “nobody like Trump,” and Sarah Palin, who struggled with diction and metaphor, offering phrases like “We don’t sit on our thumbs this next time when one of our own is being crucified.”
The real action, however, lay elsewhere, off the stage and out of sight, in an invisible primary taking place behind closed doors in states not known for their place in the nominating calendar.
Since the Senate began debate on fast-tracking the Keystone XL pipeline earlier this month, things have gone from bad to worse to downright miserable for anyone who believes in the reality of man-made climate change.