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Dog-eat-dog world of US politics still has a bone to pick about Seamus
The Canberra Times
Photo: AP A political analyst for Time magazine, Mark Halpernin, wrote in January this was a serious issue for a lot of voters. Scott Crider, the founder of the Dogs Against Romney website, concurred. ABC News reported that Russell Cummings, ...
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The Canberra Times
Why American Politics Breaks Bad
If you've been wondering why the American political system is screwed, today you can find two good explanations today in another declining institution, the American press. Almost making up for one of his signature disastrous navel-gazing exercises, ...
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Energy plan? In the U.S., politics rules Ron Bartizek Business LOCAL
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
It does, though, make crystal clear the lack of a coherent energy policy or anything near consensus on what challenges and opportunities lie before us. As we dither, events are overtaking bickering politicians. While the natural gas industry touts ...
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Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Congress presses investigation of Secret Service scandal
Hartford Courant
The Secret Service, which protects the president, vice president and other prominent US political figures, said on Friday that three more of its employees resigned. That brought to six the number who have departed in connection with alleged misconduct ...
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Senate broadening Secret Service probe after prostitution scandal
CNN International
By the CNN Wire Staff Washington (CNN) -- A Senate committee will expand its probe into the US Secret Service this week following a scandal involving prostitutes in Colombia in advance of a recent trip by the president. The Homeland Security Committee ...
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Myanmar awaits EU sanction easing; Suu Kyi delays debut
By Stuart Grudgings and Thu Rein Hlaing | NAYPYITAW, Myanmar (Reuters) - Myanmar's reformist rulers are looking forward to an eagerly awaited easing of European Union sanctions on Monday but celebrations will be muted over a political stalemate ...
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Matthew Dowd: Secret Service, GSA Scandals Undermine Faith in Institutions
ABC News (blog)
ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd said the recent scandals involving the Secret Service and GSA reflect a declining trust in American institutions at all levels. "The American public has lost faith in every single institution in this country," ...
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ABC News (blog)
Axelrod: Sen. Manchin Out for 'Own Political Well-Being'
ABC News (blog)
"It's going to be a tough state for us again, and he's making a political judgment about himself." In an interview published by the National Journal Thursday, Manchin said he would "look at the options" for Election Day, adding the last three years had ...
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Blogs4 new results for U.S. Politics
Afghanistan, US reach pact on post-2014 American support ...
By UnBylined
The document, which must be reviewed by the Afghan parliament and U.S. security agencies and ... Maine news, sports, politics and election results, and obituaries. The Bangor Daily News is your source for breaking news in Maine and ...
Bangor Daily News
US Politics | AMERICAblog News: Dems on Hill have "buyer's ...
By John Aravosis
"I think we would all have been better off — President Obama politically, Democrats in Congress politically, and the nation would have been better off — if we had dealt first with the financial system and the other related economic issues and ...
US Politics | AMERICAblog News
Is America a Free Country? by Justin Raimondo --
By Justin Raimondo
The "war on terrorism" has inaugurated a new era in the American polity, a sea-change that has not only threatened to overturn traditional limits on government power but also corrupted the political culture – and opened the way to the terminal ... Original
Decisions on Cuba rooted in politics, not principle : Kaieteur News
By KNews
US President Barack Obama vetoed Cuba's attendance at this month's Summit of the Americas in Colombia for domestic political reasons. He was not alone in applying domestic considerations. Every other hemispheric leader adopted a ...
Kaieteur News

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