2012 Presidential Election
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  1. Another Obama Triumph: Native Born American Jobs Down, Immigrant Jobs ...Read the original story

    Friday | Daily Pundit

    For a third month in a row, native-born Americans saw their job numbers tumble while immigrants experience solid gains. According to the montly Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers just released, "foreign-born" jobs numbers increased by 14,000, while those for "native-born" Americans fell off a cliff, by 262,000.


  2. Again? Health care debate expands for 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    " America's health care debate has been called an unhealthy political obsession. But if the 2016 presidential hopefuls have any say, it's about to get bigger.


  3. Trump and Carson's attacks on Muslims worry some GOP eldersRead the original story

    Friday | New Jersey Herald

    The candidates atop the GOP presidential field are ramping up political attacks aimed at Muslims, a move designed to appeal to hardline conservatives. But party elders worry that escalating anti-immigrant rhetoric could cost Republicans the White House in 2016.


  4. Rolling past his deadline, Biden still steeped in indecisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KVBC-TV Las Vegas

    Long past the time Joe Biden hoped to announce his plans for 2016, the vice president is still steeped in indecision, breeding uncertainty among Democrats eagerly looking for clues to whether he'll run for president. For those hoping he'll enter the race, he's offering obvious winks: His staff is poring over filing deadlines and courting potential donors while Biden drops casual references to the presidential campaign into his public speeches.


  5. Bernie Sanders' record on gun control could haunt him in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mashable

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' liberal message has captivated voters across the country, drawing tens of thousands of supporters to campaign events across the country. But on one issue - guns - Sanders falls out of lockstep with his liberal base.


  6. Tom Steyer wants to make an example of the pope-boycotting congressmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    NextGen Climate Action, the PAC created by Tom Steyer to move the dial on green issues, is working to make Rep. Paul Gosar suffer for his well-covered boycott of Pope Francis's speech to Congress. In a poll of Gosar's rural, red district provided to The Washington Post, 59 percent of voters disagreed with Gosar's decision.


  7. 16 Times Obama Exploited Tragedy to Push Gun ControlRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Max

    President Barack Obama gave his 15th address related to a mass shooting on Thursday, just hours after a gunman stormed Umpqua Community College in Oregon and killed 10 people. Politicizing the tragedy, he called for stricter gun control laws, as he has in the past.


  8. Internet struggles to "unsee" image of Donald Trump in a man bunRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Indian Express

    Funnily enough, the tweet has been shared more than the American billionaire-turned-presidential candidate's tweet and continues to spread across the internet. Trump has emerged as one of the most talked about candidates for the United States presidential election in 2016, but the chatter is not all good.


  9. Alabama, Which Requires ID to Vote, Stops Issuing New Licenses in Majority-Black CountiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Gawker

    Facing a state budget reduction, Alabama's Law Enforcement Agency opted to cut driver-licensing services at 31 satellite offices, serving 28 counties. Twelve to fifteen of the affected counties are in Alabama's "black belt," and every Alabama county where black people make up 75% or more of registered voters.


  10. Bennet unveils proposal to bolster Iran dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    Sur rounded by a phalanx of Democratic co-sponsors, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet on Thursday introduced new legislation meant to add safeguards to the nuclear deal the U.S. reached this summer with Iran. The bill requires the administration to report regularly on Iran's nuclear development while also directing more aid to Israel, including the accelerated development of a missile defense system.


  11. Will CNN Demand Gun Control Specifics from the Democrats?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Review Online

    Hillary Clinton, last night : "I know there is a way to have sensible gun control measures that help prevent violence, prevent guns from getting into the wrong hands and save lives. And I am committed to doing everything I can to achieve that."


  12. Dem presidential candidates gear up for nomination fightRead the original story

    Friday | Colorado Statesman

    Volunteers for Hillary Clinton's Colorado campaign this week received an education in "how to win a caucus 101," laying the team's groundwork for winning votes that won't be cast for another five months. "If we win Colorado, that puts Hillary in the best possible position to win the Democratic nomination," Brad Komar, Clinton's Colorado campaign lead, said in a call to volunteers Tuesday evening.


  13. Editorial: Bouncing back to good newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Shelter Island Reporter

    Bad news, it's been said, travels at the speed of light, while good news travels at the speed of molasses. Going uphill.


  14. Congressman Stephen Fincher: From Tea Partier to corporate welfare championRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Washington Examiner

    "I may not be a polished politician," Fincher said when he announced his first run for Congress in 2010, "but as a lifelong farmer I know that most problems can be solved with a little common sense. When I'm elected, I'll put that common sense to work for everyday Tennesseans, not the special interests.


  15. Hang On! There's Still A Year Of Presidential CampaignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Shooting Industry

    We're more than a year away from the 2016 presidential election. A year! Anyone already worn out from the full on, force-on-force, magnum blast of presidential campaigning? For the first time in several presidential election cycles, the "gun issue" is a key factor.


  16. Rand Paula s long, hard week of explaining why his campaign isna t overRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    If Sen. Rand Paul has his way, this will be the last week for a while when he can say he's still running for president and see that statement reported as news. On Monday, he was fending off a quote from anonymous "GOP strategist" who said he might drop out soon; on Tuesday, it was Donald Trump, a preternaturally talented taunter, who said Paul might quit.


  17. The Folly of IRS PrivatizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Switched

    Washington politicians love handing out public money to big corporate contractors, especially the ones giving fat donations to their reelection committees. Replacing civil service employees with private employees working for those campaign contributors is an easy way to reward donor friends.


  18. Rand Paul campaign insists it's not folding tentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBS News

    Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul fields a question during the first Republican presidential debate hosted by Fox News and Facebook at the Quicken Loans Arena on August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. Rand Paul raised just $2.5 million for his presidential bid over the last three months--a sum that not only pales in comparison to the high double-digit hauls of his rivals, but amounts to roughly a third of what he brought in the previous quarter.


  19. Does Rand end with a whimper?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    The Post reports that Sen. Rand Paul raised about $2.5 million in the third quarter, far less than the $7 million he raised in the second quarter. Meanwhile, this week a SuperPAC supporting his bid announced it was taking a break from raising money until the campaign got its act together.


  20. Oregon shooting: Barack Obama bemoans lenient gun laws, blasts right wing politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | DNA India

    US President Barack Obama angrily said on Thursday America had made a "political choice" to allow mass shootings like the one in Oregon to occur and blasted the National Rifle Association lobby group for blocking reform of US gun laws. US President Barack Obama angrily said on Thursday America had made a "political choice" to allow mass shootings like the one in Oregon to occur and blasted the National Rifle Association lobby group for blocking reform of US gun laws.