2012 Presidential Election
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  1. Kasich's Cockroaches - By Kellie CopelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Plunderbund

    Why did John Kasich hide his agenda against women? Why didn't he claim his role in crafting targeted regulations on abortion providers? He even tries to distance himself after the Associated Press has exposed email exchanges between his staff, legislative staff, and Ohio Right to Life. Discovering the evidence of Kasich's legislative actions is like finding a cockroach in the kitchen - where there is one, there are surely more.


  2. The Democrats' Problem-Part IIRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Germantown

    Last week , we discussed the alarming drop-off of Wisconsin voting during off-year elections compared to presidential election years. This drop-off hits Democrats disproportionally hard.


  3. Terrorism, Foreign Policy Reshape 2016 RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Breitbart.com

    In the 2016 presidential election, the Democrat Party's fortunes, and those of frontrunner Hillary Clinton, are inexorably tied to President Obama's handling of the growing crisis in the Middle East. The contest for the Republican nomination, meanwhile, is going through a major reshuffling that will likely winnow the currently crowded field.


  4. Republicans face new hurdle in effort to keep Senate reinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Boston.com

    Senator David Vitter's loss in Louisiana's governor's race over the weekend, and his decision to leave the Senate next year rather than seek reelection, creates an open seat that Republicans will have to defend. It's a deep-red Southern state and the GOP will be heavily favored, but Democrats hope they might have a shot, especially with a newly elected Democratic governor, John Bel Edwards, as an unanticipated asset.


  5. Obama speaks from ruins of foreign policy debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | The Olympian

    An event that invokes widespread fear and confusion, such as the Paris attacks, is also an occasion for leadership. The resulting intense public focus opens a brief window for explanation and inspiration.


  6. Hey, Christie! Yeah, You! Drop Out AlreadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 | Right Wing News

    Polling data out this past weekend shows what a train wreck his campaign has been: The ABC News poll has him at just 2 percent. Last week, the Fairleigh Dickinson University poll of New Jersey voters have their "hometown" governor in an embarrassing fourth place - trailing badly behind Trump, Carson and Rubio.


  7. On Native GroundTHE 'Shock Doctrine' and the So-Called Fiscal CliffRead the original story

    Dec 14, 2012 | American Reporter

    In her best-selling book, "The Shock Doctrine," author Naomi Klein outlined a process where business and political elites take a crisis, either real or created, use it to create a sense of panic and disorientation, and then push through economic policies that wouldn't merit consideration in calmer times. That very process has been happening over the past few weeks since President Obama's re-election in the hysteria over the so-called "fiscal cliff."


  8. Superstorm Sandy: the Latest Wake-Up Call on Climate ChangeRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2012 | American Reporter

    It would be too facile to say that Hurricane Sandy was Mother Nature's revenge for the silence of Mitt Romney and President Obama on climate change during the presidential debates. Had one of those gentlemen taken our suggestion to address the issue, that might well have been a game-changing factor on Nov. 6. But will this massive, deadly storm that's taken at least t50 lives and has left millions without lights even tonight make a difference in the presidential election? It's too late in the game for both candidates, but if President Obama wins a second term, he would do well to make dealing with climate change as big a priority as health care reform was in his first term.


  9. On Native GroundGLOBAL Warming: the Missing Issue at the DebatesRead the original story

    Oct 18, 2012 | American Reporter

    In Texas and Oklahoma, ranchers and farmers have joined with activists and Occupy Wall Street alums to try to stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline - designed to bring toxic and dangerous tar sands oil from Canada to U.S. refineries. On the stage at Hofstra University on Tuesday night, President Obama and Republican presidential candidate Gov. Mitt Romney spun fairy tales about "clean" coal and energy independence through more domestic drilling for oil and natural gas.


  10. OpinionsRead the original story

    Oct 18, 2012 | Lakeland Times

    Starting this winter, a trail pass sticker is required on every snowmobile riding on Wisconsin public snowmobile trails in addition to having the snowmobile registered. Tuesday, November 24, 2015 On July 14 Joaquin "El Chopo" Guzman, Mexico's wealthiest and most brutal drug lord disappeared from his maximum security cell.


  11. On Native GroundTHERE'S No Debate: Romney is a LiarRead the original story

    Oct 11, 2012 | American Reporter

    I listened to the first 2012 presidential debate on Oct. 3, and was surprised at how passive President Obama was and how aggressive Mitt Romney was. Romney did win the debate on style, which is enough to give you a short-term boost with the pundits.


  12. On Native GroundVOTER Id Laws are the Real Voting FraudRead the original story

    Aug 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    For the Republicans, it's easy. Prevent as many Democratic voters as possible from voting, and you can secure the margin of victory.


  13. On Native GroundVERMONT Pushes Ahead with Health Care ReformRead the original story

    Jun 28, 2012 | American Reporter

    Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld President Obama's Affordable Care Act, Vermont is plowing ahead with its efforts to establish a system of single-payer state health care where every resident will eventually be eligible for publicly-funded coverage. The program known as Green Mountain Care is still very much a work in progress and, at best, it will take another five or six years to fully fund and implement this system.


  14. On Native GroundA Stealth Repeal of the Bill of RightsRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2011 | American Reporter

    On the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights, the U.S. Senate voted to ratify a bill that will destroy many of our civil liberties. And President Barrack Obama, who quickly signed it, will go down in history as the President who gave the U.S. military the right to detain any citizen deemed as a threat to national security, and do so without due process.


  15. Reporting: Campaign 2012CNN'S Orchestrated Attack on Cain Didn't WorkRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2011 | American Reporter

    As a result of some sort of corrupt media consensus, CNN's Anderson Cooper flagrantly orchestrated an attack on Herman Cain at tonight's GOP presidential debate. Cain did well in responding, but CNN's role as a political orchestrator will be suspect from now through the next several debates.


  16. Brasch WordsOUR Hope for Change is Still UnfulfilledRead the original story

    Jul 15, 2011 | American Reporter

    After significant compromise with the recalcitrant Republicans who want to continue to give tax advantages to the wealthy while cutting significant social programs, President Obama has finally taken a stand on debt ceiling negotiations. However, in labor, wildlife management, and the environment he is still compromising rather than coming out forcefully for principles he and the working class believe.


  17. Texas seeks delay in SCOTUS immigration caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | KION 46

    Texas' attorney general on Monday asked the Supreme Court for a 30-day extension to file a reply brief in a move that could derail the Obama administration's attempt to get the court to hear an appeal on a major immigration case this term. If the court were to grant the extension, it could mean that justices might only hear the case next term, and possibly only decide it after the presidential election. 3 comments

  18. Republicans' tough Senate map gets another twistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | The Daily Commercial

    GOP Sen. David Vitter's loss in Louisiana's governor's race over the weekend, and his decision to leave the Senate next year rather than seek re-election, creates an open seat that Republicans will have to defend.


  19. wonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Daily Kos

    Making Edwards' victory more impressive, he took only 40 percent in October's all-party primary while the three main Republicans combined for 57 percent, meaning that a sizable fraction of GOP voters switched sides in the second round of voting. After his loss, Vitter announced that while he'll serve out the final year of his Senate term, he prostitutes over patriots ."


  20. Macklin / Malcolm laps up a little wooingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Canberra City News

    "While the attacks were utterly tragic, they did serve to cut through the political flim-flam among the allies to bring a concerted response to the Syrian crisis," writes Seven Days columnist ROBERT MACKLIN IT'S been travelling week with PM Malcolm Turnbull streaking across the zones to engage with the international leadership. And what a time to be doing it as ISIS struck another fearful blow at a "soft" target in the City of Lights.