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'Super PAC,' Eyeing General Election, Aims Blitz at Obama
New York Times
American Crossroads, the biggest of the Republican "super PACs," is planning to begin its first major anti-Obama advertising blitz of the year, a moment the Obama re-election campaign has been girding for and another sign that the general election is ...
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US politics risk scuttling Iran nuclear talks
The National
In a country that is staggering out of two wars, the message for US policymakers still could not have been clearer: staying tough on Iran is a foreign-policy winner. That might explain why the White House seems intent on derailing prospects for ...
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Ad blitz targeting Obama is on its way
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Jerry Brown of California said he became more optimistic about Obama's re-election chances after "the Republican primaries gave us these dramatic performances" that pushed Romney "farther and farther from the center of gravity in American politics.
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'This Week' Extra: The Roundtable's Post-Show Thoughts
ABC News
As Jake Tapper mentioned this morning in kicking off the roundtable discussion about Augusta National's "no women" policy, both President Obama and Mitt Romney made clear this week that they believe women should be admitted to the club.
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Lawn politics shaping future of America
Battle Creek Enquirer
Nonetheless, the concept of lawn politics runs deep in America. The first reference to what would become lawn politics took root in the Continental Congress and it was actually considered as one of the amendments in the Bill of Rights.
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Religion, politics dominate Easter Sunday talk shows
Orlando Sentinel
US President Barack Obama (2nd L) and First Lady Michelle Obama (2nd R) with their daughters Sasha (L) and Malia (R) walk from the White House for Easter Services at St John's Episcopal Church in Washington, DC. (Mandel Ngan / AFP/Getty Images / Apr 08 ...
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Districts Blur Ethnic Lines
Wall Street Journal
Later, her campaign said, she held a conference call with Greek-Americans, trotted out endorsements from Hispanic politicians and had a meeting with a prominent Indian-American political organizer. On Saturday, the Chinese-American went to a Passover ...
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Wall Street Journal
Political, legal fights over school vouchers' fate By The Associated Press ...
Laramie Boomerang
Students like Delano Coffy are at the heart of brewing political fights and court battles over whether public dollars should go to school vouchers to help make private schools more affordable. He was failing in his neighborhood public elementary school ...
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Rousseff should leave US with a trade deal
Financial Times
Such a deal would, of course, be a huge political gamble for a US president facing plenty of difficulties elsewhere. But the benefits for the two countries and the rest of the region would be considerable ..." I wrote this 10 years ago in the Financial ...
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Could Romney Become 1st President Whose Party Fails to Win a US
By Eric Ostermeier
A Smart Politics review of U.S. election data finds that Mitt Romney could become the first candidate in history to win the presidency without a single candidate from his own party getting elected down the ballot to the U.S. House from his home ...
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