2012 Presidential Election
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  1. U.S. Republican Christie criticizes high court's gay marriage rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | AlertNet

    U.S. Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie said on Sunday Supreme Court justices of his liking would not have legalized same-sex marriage and would have struck down a key provision of a national health care law. Christie, who announced last week he was joining the Republican field in the 2016 presidential election, said the Supreme Court's justices were not conservative enough, and cited his record nominating state judges who oppose "meddling in the business of the executive and legislative branch."

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  2. Hillary Clinton says China hacks into 'everything that doesn't move'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Independent.ie

    Speaking at a campaign event in New Hampshire, the front-runner to win the Democratic nomination said Chinese hackers had stolen commercial secrets and "huge amounts of government information." Ms Clinton's language on China appeared to be far stronger than that usually used by President Barack Obama's Democratic administration.

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  3. Sandbar Sense blog: The telling reality of Donald TrumpRead the original story

    Sunday | Cape Cod Times

    Donald Trump's entry into the race for the 2016 presidential election has provided a good deal of punditry and comment.

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  4. GOP Still Drinking Its Kool Aid on Black VotersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | OpEdNews

    You can count on it like clockwork in the run-up to a presidential election. A GOP presidential candidate will make a much publicized declaration that the GOP will shift gears and go all out to court black voters.

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  5. The moderate Christie remerges in N.H. on the presidential trailRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Jersey Journal

    MANCHESTER, N.H. - In New Hampshire on the 2016 trail it appeared as though the Gov. Chris Christie whose moderate policies are most familiar to New Jersey voters from his first term in office had reemerged at the beginning stages of his presidential campaign. From opposing exceptions for clerks unwilling to perform same-sex marriages to refusing to apologize for embracing President Obama after Hurricane Sandy devastated the state days before the last presidential election, Christie signaled in his latest trip to the early-voting state that he's not given up on running for president as a Republican who wants to appeal to moderate and Independent voters.

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  6. Chris ChristieRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Lowell Sun

    Of the nine Republican presidential candidates I consider viable, I have New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie -- who made his bid official Tuesday -- as dead last. From the start, he was probably too moderate to have much of a chance at the nomination, and it wasn't clear if Republicans nationwide would ever warm to his New Jersey style.

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  7. BNR - 'Lifelong Republicans Switch To Sanders' & 'Bernie Wins Big NH Endorsement'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Kos

    Welcome to the Bernie News Roundup . The BNR is a voluntary, non-campaign associated roundup of news, media, & other information related to Bernie Sanders run for President.

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  8. Opinion: Presidenta s message was hope fulfilledRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Reporter

    We did know a lot about him by then. We knew of his education, intelligence, and remarkable ability as a speaker.

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  9. Clinton accuses China of hackingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Reuters

    NO REPORTER NARRATION U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused China on Saturday of stealing commercial secrets and "huge amounts of government information," and of trying to "hack into everything that doesn't move in America." Clinton's language on China appeared to be far stronger than that usually used by President Barack Obama's Democratic administration.

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  10. Look toward the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | O-R Online

    I read with interest the letter that John Quayle wrote about President Obama that was in the June 28 edition of the Observer-Reporter .

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  11. Clinton handlers rope the mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | CNN

    The consigliere - John Podesta, one of the top liberal minds in politics, will serve as Clinton's campaign chairman. A former White House chief of staff for Bill Clinton and a top counselor for President Obama, Podesta has the stature to speak truth to power.

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  12. McCain denounces Afghan exitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | The Nation

    Influential Senator John McCain said Saturday the complete withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016 would be a "serious mistake", as stretched local forces battle a resurgent Taliban. "I think the most serious mistake the US could make would be to have a calendar-based withdrawal," McCain told a press conference at the NATO headquarters in Kabul.

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  13. Hillary Clinton accuses China of hacking U.S. computersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jerusalem Post

    U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused China on Saturday of stealing commercial secrets and "huge amounts of government information," and of trying to "hack into everything that doesn't move in America." Clinton's language on China appeared to be far stronger than that usually used by President Barack Obama's Democratic administration.

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  14. Let us prepare for Hillary, but as we do, let's also enjoy the circus of the American election.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | The Indian Express

    America will elect a new occupant of the White House next year and India had better start paying attention to the presidential race. The American president is not like the president of France, say, whose identity makes not one jot of difference to Indians.

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  15. The mixed blessing of Bill ClintonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | The Baltimore Sun

    In Bill Clinton's 1992 election victory, he talked of voters getting "two for the price of one," referring to his wife, Hillary, as a brainy political activist who would bring an added bonus to his presidency. By and large it worked, as her popularity soared, especially among Democratic women.

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  16. McCain denounces US troop withdrawal plan in AfghanistanRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 4 | The Daily Star

    Influential Senator John McCain said Saturday the complete withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016 would be a "serious mistake", as stretched local forces battle a resurgent Taliban. "I think the most serious mistake the US could make... would be to have a calendar-based withdrawal," McCain told a press conference at the NATO headquarters in Kabul.

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  17. One More Teacher for BernieRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | The Huffington Post

    Boy, I really don't want to start wading into the 2016 Presidential election season yet, but it seems increasingly unavoidable. And besides, I'm a little excited about Bernie Sanders.

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  18. Afghan parliament rejects Ghani defense choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | The China Post

    Afghanistan's parliament on Saturday rejected President Ashraf Ghani's nominee for defense ministry, a crucial post that has sat vacant for months as stretched security forces fight to secure territory from a revitalized Taliban. In late May, the president had named Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai, a top official in the government body overseeing the country's peace process, to head the up the ministry.

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  19. At Brandon's Fourth of July parade, a more muted display of Confederate colorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | St. Petersburg Times

    The Vietnam veterans gave out bead necklaces, the Veterans of Foreign Wars gave out candy, and the Sons and Daughters of Confederate Veterans gave out Confederate battle flags, as they have always done. In most respects, Brandon's Fourth of July parade, with its classic theme of "Red, White and Blue," was no different than it has ever been.

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  20. Lefty Blogger Jonathan Chait: Does Obama Want Republicans to Nominate Walker?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | NewsBusters.org

    Richard Nixon's campaign did what it could to make sure the Democratic party didn't nominate its strongest presidential candidate in 1972, thereby facilitating Nixon's re-election. President Obama won't be on the ballot in 2016, but New York magazine's Jonathan Chait speculates that Obama is trying to smooth Hillary Clinton's path to the Oval Office by nudging Republicans into nominating Scott Walker.

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