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Liz Cheney: Are we ready for another political dynasty?
Christian Science Monitor
Is America ready for another political dynasty? By Brad Knickerbocker, Staff writer / May 5, 2012 Liz Cheney addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), in Washington, in 2010. Cliff Owen/ AP The Kennedys (Jack, Teddy and a bunch of ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Bank of America Targeted By Protesters And Investors As SEC Weighs Political ...
Huffington Post
That ban would include lobbying, campaign contributions and donations to politically oriented groups like the American Legislative Exchange Council and the US Chamber of Commerce. BofA has given money to ALEC, but the Chamber is more secretive about ...
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Race and Religion in the US Presidential Election
Fox News
But these things "will be factors whether they're explicitly stated or not, because both Obama and Romney are minorities," said Nancy Wadsworth, co-editor of the anthology "Faith and Race in American Political Life." Mormons are 1.7 percent of the US ...
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Obama Formally Kicks Off Campaign in Ohio and Virginia
New York Times
... more politically aggressive phase of the campaign and a sharpened critique of Mitt Romney. Mr. Obama, speaking to enthusiastic crowds here and in Richmond, Va., said the election offered voters a stark choice between an America "where everyone gets ...
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New York Times
House reaches agreement on Export-Import Bank
Chicago Tribune
"Leaders on both sides of the political aisle came together today to prevent the unilateral economic disarmament of the United States on the issue of export financing," the group said. The Chamber of Commerce and the Business Roundtable also issued ...
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Libertarians nominate ex-Governor Gary Johnson for president
Chicago Tribune
Third parties have traditionally fared poorly in the two-party US political system long dominated by Republicans and Democrats. The Libertarians' best presidential showing came in 1980 when nominee Ed Clark won 921128 votes or 1.1 percent.
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Bangladesh must end political unrest: US
The News International
DHAKA: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Bangladesh Saturday to pull out of a spiral of political turmoil, saying the impoverished nation's democratic credentials were at stake. "We urge all political actors in Bangladesh to work together for ...
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The News International
Kansas lawmakers rank farthest to right in study of US House votes
Kansas City Star
"Conservatives are waking up and saying there are some really good people in Kansas and people to watch in the future," said Dan Holler, spokesman for Heritage Action for America, the political arm of Heritage Foundation that ranked members of Congress ...
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Elizabeth Warren's presidential push
Boston Herald
By Chris Cassidy Democratic US Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren rolled out a new ad this week featuring President Obama singing her praises in the White House Rose Garden — so could a Bay State presidential-campaign stop to rally the troops for Warren ...
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Blogs5 new results for U.S. Politics
US Politics | AMERICAblog News: Sen. Lugar appears to be headed ...
By Chris in Paris
One of America's most influential progressive political blogs, providing news analysis of US politics, by John Aravosis in Washington DC.
US Politics | AMERICAblog News
Democrats could gain if Indiana's Lugar loses U.S. Senate seat
By Nick Carey. (Reuters) - The last time Republican Senate veteran Richard Lugar stood for election, in 2006, he was so respected that the Democrats did not bother to run against him and he won his Indiana seat with 87 percent of the vote.
Politics & Government
U.S. Rep. Tom Marino cleared to return to Washington after kidney ...
By JOHN BEAUGE, The Patriot-News
The former Middle District U.S. attorney said Saturday that he has yet to be cleared to resume running or lifting weights and that being unable to do those things is "driving him crazy." He is to return to Cleveland in June for a checkup. Marino ...
Pennsylvania Politics
President Obama's Weekly Address - Jack & Jill Politics
By b-serious
A black bourgeoisie perspective on U.S. politics. Home · Contact Info · Who ... President Obama turned his attention to American troops returning from Afghanistan, asking the question, "What kind of country will they come back to?": "As a new ...
Jack & Jill Politics
DownWithTyranny!: Cozy Relationships Between Some In America ...
By DownWithTyranny
But I want to give you some political context first-- rumors. These particular rumors come from the London Review of Books and they involve something not every American has been following, the dismissal of Bo Xilai, the Communist Party ...

Web2 new results for U.S. Politics
America's Dysfunctional Politics (Audio) - Council on Foreign ...
Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein discuss their new book, It's Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided with the New ...
Bill Clinton Teams With Obama to Raise Cash and Win Votes ...
President Obama is embracing the former president as a wise man who can reassure both the public and well-heeled benefactors.

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