Thursday, December 1, 2011

Google Alert - U.S. Politics

News8 new results for U.S. Politics
The Tantalizing Lure of the Outsider Candidate
New York Times
It turns out that the things we tend to disdain about political insiders — their familiarity, their excessive caution, their tendency to bore us with minutiae — are the very things we ultimately find lacking in a political novice. ...
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Democrats See an Advantage in Debate Over Payroll Tax
New York Times
With Mr. Obama leading the charge in Washington and political swing states, Senate Democrats have put proudly antitax Republicans in the position of opposing a tax cut for more than 160 million mostly middle-class Americans because they object that it ...
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Senate Approves $662 Billion Defense Bill
Fox News
11 threat, and that Obama has failed to produce a consistent policy on handling terror suspects. The Senate rejected an effort by Feinstein to limit a military custody requirement for suspects to those captured outside the United States. ...
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Book With Insights on Black Politics, Religion Wins Grawemeyer Award
MarketWatch (press release)
Barbara D. Savage, a professor of history and American social thought at the University of Pennsylvania, is receiving the prize for the ideas set forth in her book, "Your Spirits Walk Beside Us: The Politics of Black Religion," published in 2008 by ...
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US Policy on Iran
US Department of State (press release)
American policy regarding Iran is clear: First and foremost, we are determined to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. Iran's illicit nuclear activity is one of the greatest global concerns we face. Since this Administration took office, ...
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US Will Ease Some Limits on Myanmar, Clinton Says
New York Times
In a video conference with the Council on Foreign Relations in New York on Wednesday, Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi acknowledged that her re-entry into the political process — like the American engagement — entailed risk. She said that she trusted Mr. Thein ...
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New York Times
Barney Frank on Dysfunction in Congress: 'Blame James Madison'
PBS NewsHour
Judy Woodruff and Frank discuss his legacy, his decision to retire, the US housing crisis, Europe's ongoing debt problems, and dysfunction in Congress and the US political system. JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to our interview with 16-term Congressman Barney ...
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US Chamber gives Sen. Brown gritty new look in political ad (blog)
The US Chamber of Commerce is blanketing Ohio with a new ad blasting Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown for a "tax raising, job killing" record. In many ways, the ad is par for the course for any super-charged election season—highlighting Brown's support ...
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Blogs4 new results for U.S. Politics
Paul Tells Seacoast Rotarians U.S. Is 'Bankrupt' - Politics ...
GREENLAND, N.H. -- Presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Ron Paul told a New Hampshire crowd Thursday that the country is in "serious trouble" financially. Thursday, December 1, 2011. - Local News
What Rick Perry's Footwear Tells Us - Politics - The Atlantic Wire
By Elspeth Reeve
Just days before Rick Perry announced he was running for president, he said he'd retired the orthopedic shoes he needed for his back pain and said triumphantly, "I'm back in the boots!"
The Atlantic Wire
India not aware of proposed security pact with Australia, U.S. ...
India not aware of proposed security pact with Australia, U.S. - NEW DELHI (Reuters) -
Politics & Government
Thompson Makes U.S. Senate Run Official - Politics News Story ...
MILWAUKEE -- For months, Tommy Thompson has been in the news as a U.S. Senate candidate, but now it's official. Thursday, December 1, 2011. - Local News

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