2012 Presidential Election
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  1. Christie joins GOP's 2016 field saying he'll be bluntRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | TwinCities

    A tough-talking New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched his 2016 campaign for president Tuesday with a promise to tell voters the truth even if it makes them cringe. The Republican governor, a one-time GOP favorite who has faded and is now trying to climb back, lashed out at "bickering leaders" from both political parties in a kickoff rally in the gymnasium of his old high school.


  2. Christie promises blunt campaign as he enters 2016 contestRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    Republican presidential candidate, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie addresses a gathering at a town hall meeting campaign stop in Sandown, N.H., Tuesday June 30, 2015. Christie announced his presidential bid earlier in the day in New Jersey.


  3. NDP hopeful Mira Oreck predicts three-way race in Vancouver GranvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

    Mira Oreck, who wants to represent New Democrats in Vancouver Granville in this year's federal election, remembers an evening in Montreal almost eight years ago. The venerable Jack Layton was still around as the undisputed leader of the NDP at the time, steering the party in two following elections, including its stunning rise in 2011 to become the official Opposition for the first time in its history.


  4. Boosting overtime: Obama calls for broader coverageRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | WATE-TV Knoxville

    They're called managers, and they sometimes work grueling schedules at fast food chains and retail stores. But with no overtime eligibility, their pay may be lower per hour than many workers they supervise.


  5. NYC litigator with counterterror credentials named next Guantanamo 'closer'Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    Secretary of State John Kerry has chosen a former Clinton administration official with counterterror credentials as the next Special Envoy for Guantanamo Closure, filling a six-month vacancy. New York attorney Lee S. Wolosky starts at the State Department July 6. He becomes the third so-called "Guantanamo Closer," after lawyer Clifford Sloan and senior U.S. diplomat Dan Fried, who negotiated with ally nations to resettle or take home about 120 detainees since President Barack Obama took office.


  6. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lucianne.com

    There was plenty to marvel at during the New York City Pride March on Sunday, but one precocious 8-year-old boy stood out from the crowd: Desmond Napoles, of Brooklyn, who joyously strutted and vogued his way down Fifth Avenue in a rainbow tutu and gold sequined cap. And when critics reared their heads on social media Monday, suggesting his participation was inappropriate, mom Wendylou Napoles shut them down with grace and pride.


  7. Short-listed: Portman could be the GOP pick for vice president - or NRSC chair.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | National Journal

    Republican Senate candidates face the harsh reality that their party's presidential nominees have a bigger impact on their reelection than their own campaigns. For evidence that maintaining their Senate majority could get tricky for Republicans, look no further than the predicament of Ohio's Rob Portman, one of the most respected GOP voices in the upper chamber.


  8. Chris Christie tries to shed bully imageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CNN

    The New Jersey Republican governor, known for his shoot-from-the-hip style, announced his White House bid on Tuesday by describing himself as an honest candidate who would never resort to "spin" or "pandering" in order to get elected. For voters who like Christie, it may be one of the best reasons to vote for him.


  9. Obama and Rousseff focus on climate, play down spy rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Yahoo!

    US President Barack Obama and Brazil's Dilma Rousseff traded compliments and vowed to work together on renewable energy Tuesday, bidding to put a bitter spying row behind them. The pair met for extensive White House talks, a meeting originally planned for 2013 but scuppered by revelations the National Security Agency eavesdropped on Rousseff's calls.


  10. Is being governor easy?Read the original story

    Tuesday | Log Cabin Democrat

    No offense to governors present and past, but that thought occurred to me after seeing a recent poll by Talk Business, Hendrix College and Impact Management Group. Gov. Asa Hutchinson enjoyed a 52-18 percent approval-disapproval rating, which was similar to former Gov. Mike Beebe's 54-22 rating in a Public Policy Polling survey last year.


  11. Chris Christie becomes 435th candidate to declare for 2016 electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Philly.com

    ... party members or independent candidates, and parties conduct primaries. According to the official 2012 presidential election results, 28 candidates received votes in the general election won by Barack Obama. Philadelphia's National Constitution ...


  12. Cuba-the Coming Great Disruption in Caribbean TourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bahama Pundit

    Back in 2006 most analysts believed little would change in the immediate aftermath of Fidel Castro's departure as Cuba's pre-eminent leader. At the time, Fidel had just stepped down as president due to failing health, ceding power temporarily to his younger brother Raul, the armed forces chief.


  13. What Jeb Bush's Tax Disclosure Means for His RivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bloomberg

    Jeb Bush won some bragging rights Tuesday with the release of 33 years of tax returns early in his campaign, a bold move for the latest descendant of America's most famous Republican dynasty to seek the presidency. "By releasing so many returns," said Joseph J. Thorndike, an expert on the political economy of U.S. taxation, Bush has "raised the bar" for disclosure.


  14. Chris Christie's coming-out party: A former front-runner tries...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NJ.com

    "I've seen him in his town meetings and he's very, very good at it." - New Hampshire GOP insider Tom Rath As I walked up to Livingston High School for the big Chris Christie campaign kickoff yesterday I had a feeling that something looked familiar.


  15. It's official: Chris Christie is inRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Reuters

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie formally launches his 2016 presidential run, vowing to bridge the partisan divide in Washington with blunt talk. Rough Cut .


  16. More overtime pay for AmericansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Reuters

    President Obama proposes to make almost 5 million more Americans eligible for overtime pay. Business groups are crying foul.


  17. Chris Christie's Run at a 2016 ComebackRead the original story

    Tuesday | US News & World Report

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announces his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination at Livingston High School on Tuesday in Livingston Township., N.J. Twenty months ago, he was the cream of the crop among Republicans eyeing the White House, having pummeled his way to re-election as governor of Democrat-dominated New Jersey and impressing GOP financiers with his gut instinct and a natural ease interacting with voters that oozed authenticity. He was the early front-runner , in fact, leading in national polls as well as topping the field in the first primary state of New Hampshire and showing strength outside his geographic corridor by polling high in South Carolina.


  18. Hillary hits GOP over marriage, ObamacareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | CNN

    The White House is lit up in rainbow colors in commemoration of the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize same-sex marriage on Friday, June 26. The court ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage , handing gay rights advocates their biggest victory yet. Ariel Olah, left, and her fiancee, Katie Boatman, are overcome by emotion outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on Friday, June 26. James Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the case brought before the Supreme Court, listens to a phone call from President Barack Obama after the landmark decision on June 26. Eric Braman, left, and Kris Katkus were the first to register for a marriage license in Kalamazoo, Michigan, after the Supreme Court ruling.


  19. On Native GroundHOW to Bring Equity Back to Our EconomyRead the original story

    Feb 7, 2013 | American Reporter

    Republicans have lost the popular vote in five of the last six presidential elections. The demographics of our nation are changing rapidly in ways that do not favor conservatives.


  20. On Native GroundCAN President Obama Live Up to the Ideals in his Second Inaugural Address?Read the original story

    Jan 24, 2013 | American Reporter

    Some conservatives in Congress are outraged over the idea that the Obama Administration could thwart their plans to threaten blow up the economy if the President doesn't approve steep cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. But there are a few conservatives who remember who won last November's presidential election and are willing to take President Obama at his word when he said that he's not going to negotiate with the Republican leadership in Congress who want to link a vote on the federal debt ceiling to making those cuts in social welfare spending.