Friday, May 27, 2011

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Judge Voids Ban on Campaign Donations by Business
New York Times
"This was definitely something that is almost incidental in terms of the case it was decided in," said Sean Parnell, president of the Center for Competitive Politics, a group that supports efforts to ease campaign-finance regulations. ...
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Republicans blast Democrats' redistricting smack-down
Chicago Sun-Times
"It looks like a cynical partisan map designed to deny suburban voters a voice," said US Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.). But state Senate President John Cullerton (D-Chicago) defended the new congressional boundaries, saying they offer more political toss-ups ...
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Analysis: Mladic arrest seen boosting unpopular Serb government
"Unfortunately, many Serbs continue to believe that Mladic was a true hero defending the Bosnian Serb people," said former US ambassador to Serbia Bill Montgomery, who has worked as a political consultant to Nikolic. "So they will view his arrest as a ...
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Additional $7.1 bil needed to move Marines to Guam
Japan Today
The total would represent a nearly threefold increase from the originally estimated $4.2 billion under the bilateral agreement on the realignment of US forces in Japan. Diplomatic and political sources said such a large increase in the cost for the ...
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Two women in a political race? Must be a catfight, according to Palin-Bachmann ...
The Canadian Press
Such talk exasperates Deborah Walsh, the director of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University in New Jersey. She says the US media has long had a knee-jerk tendency to reduce competing female politicians to hissing rivals who ...
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Republican Nomination 2012: Minnesota man offers Pawlenty of value (blog)
In any case, having spent the last few years in Asia, detached from US politics, Huntsman probably has too much work to do building a support base. Nor would an organised Tea Party challenge necessarily be good news for one of their number, ...
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Republicans seem to soften on immigration
Los Angeles Times
... feint or a reflection of changed political terrain. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich opened the door to more flexible treatment of illegal immigrants who have been in the United States for decades, obey the law and are married with children. ...
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GOP freshmen get a tough lesson in politics
Washington Post
The divided, mistrustful bent of American politics — which brought them to power last fall — is now making that power maddeningly difficult to use. On Capitol Hill, the Democrats they bashed have turned the US Senate into a black hole for GOP ideas. ...
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West Milford students prepare for internships with town employees
BY ANN GENADER Some students in the Advanced Placement US Government and Politics course at West Milford High School are having the opportunity to participate in an unpaid internship to fulfill their final exam grade for the school year. ...
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Patrick eyeing a run for U.S. Senate
Austin News
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst has said he plans to make an announcement about his own political future this summer. Retired Army Gen. Ricardo Sanchez of San Antonio has said he plans to seek the Democratic nomination for the seat.
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US Politics of Fear - Democratic Underground
Barack Obama and the US Congress joined forces to successfully extend the Patriot Act until 2015, meaning broader domestic surveillance will pioneer through ...

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