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22 min ago | Cincinnati.com
Felons getting closer to voting in Ky. Felons getting closer to voting in Ky. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1s2MJrm Tayna Fogle and Michael Hiser, both convicted felons, want to be able to vote again.
2 hrs ago | The Washington Post
From aid for Israel to abortion to Medicare, Sen. Rand Paul has been shading, changing or dropping some of the positions he espoused as a tea-party-backed candidate and as a new senator. Sen. Rand Paul wanted to eliminate aid to Israel.
The Paul's job -- father and son -- is to gather up CT addicts and broadband kooks to vote Republican. You want the full dose of their scams, have a go at Voices for Liberty and their various newsletters.
Rand Paul's views on war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria continue to evolve. Speaking to reporters on the campaign trail Friday afternoon, the Kentucky senator didn't rule out supporting the deployment of U.S. combat troops on the ground in Iraq.
House Republican leaders scheduled a vote on the legislation for sometime in the next week, as one of a series of pre-election bills designed to highlight lawmakers' stances just before they go home to face voters. Mr. Paul made the bill one of his causes, and after years of trying finally pushed it through the House in 2012 on an overwhelming 327-98 vote.
ABC15 Investigator Lauren Gilger fact checks what is being call a sexist attack ad released by the National Republican Congressional Committee. An attack ad against U.S. Representative Ann Kirkpatrick is being called sexist.
It is one of the most bizarre things we've ever seen. One minute the President of America goes on national television to announce that he has ordered our military to 'degrade and ultimately destroy' the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
There is little doubt that state Sen. Geoffrey Gratwick of Bangor is a smart guy. He's a physician - one of three rheumatologist/arthritis specialists in northern Maine.
U.S. military engagement on Islamic State may alter the political calculus for this year's midterms, but the potential impacts may reach beyond the next few months and into 2016, thanks to a shift among tea party supporters. In September 2013, 64% of tea party supporters said they believed taking military action against "the Syrian government" was not in the national interest.
For much of this year, the nation's political prognosticators have been justifiably focused on the race for control of the Senate. While the polls indicate that Republicans will have a good year in 2014, there is scant evidence to suggest it will be a great year, a la 2010.
A U.S. appeals court was set to hear arguments Friday on whether a Wisconsin law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls should be reactivated in time for the November elections following a... Three Republican-appointed federal judges heard arguments Friday on whether a Wisconsin law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls should be reactivated in time for the November elections following a... It's still summer, but snow has blanketed parts of Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana and Colorado, setting early snowfall records in some places. Robert Downey Jr.'s son will enter a drug diversion program to resolve a cocaine possession case filed after he was arrested earlier this year.
The Republican-controlled legislature overrode Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's veto to enact one of the most stringent waiting periods in the nation that includes no exception for cases of rape or incest. The Associated Press : Missouri Enacts 72-Hour Abortion Waiting Period Missouri women seeking abortions will face one of the nation's most stringent waiting periods, after state lawmakers overrode the governor's veto to enact a 72-hour delay that includes no exception for cases of rape or incest.
Every few weeks, inside a Manchester, N.H., radio studio, conservative host Jack Heath gets a phone call from Washington. Rand Paul is interested in coming on his show.
There is a reason that Republicans are poised to do well in the November elections. The president of the United States stands exposed as a major failure - especially in foreign policy.
While lies are only to be expected in their line of work, the real pros will try not to be too transparent. You could see through the Landrieu campaign's latest whopper from a mile away.
Kentucky Republican Senator Mitch McConnell has raised 81 percent of his campaign's cash from outside his state. Who's the real Washington insider? Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell or his Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes ? Both candidates and their surrogates have lobbed the scurrilous insult this week as both have made time in their busy schedules to raise money from the monied set in D.C. The fact is, both candidates rely heavily on out-of-state contributions, and both have raised significant cash from inside the Beltway - but McConnell's massive fundraising operation has raised far more.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 10:20 pm
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