2012 Presidential Election Newswire (Page 9)

2012 Presidential Election Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Mitt Romney will skip Trump's nominating convention in ClevelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Post

    Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, plans to skip this summer's Republican National Convention in Cleveland where Donald Trump will be officially nominated - an unusual move that underscores the deep unease many Republican leaders have about the brash celebrity mogul as their standard bearer. A Romney aide said in a statement to The Washington Post on Thursday morning, "Governor Romney has no plans to attend convention."

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  2. E.J. Dionne Jr.: Trump is not the new normalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | San Jose Mercury News

    Donald Trump's Republican primary triumph means that this cannot be a normal election. Americans who see our country as a model of tolerance, inclusion, rationality and liberty must come together across party lines to defeat him decisively.

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  3. The Future of #NeverTrump Hangs in BalanceRead the original story

    Yesterday | On Social Marketing and Social Change

    PROTIP: Press 'i' to view the image gallery, 'v' to view the video gallery, or 'r' to view a random entry. #NeverTrump is a political hashtag movement led by American conservatives and various factions within the Republican party to prevent Donald Trump from winning the Republican Party nomination for the 2016 United States Presidential election .

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  4. Islamic State fears lead US foreign policy concerns in surveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stars and Stripes

    With the U.S. presidential election campaign firming up, four out of five Americans say the Islamic State is their top international concern, even as many remain wary of their country's role overseas, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center. Eighty percent of people polled cited the terrorist group, which has inspired attacks far from its base in Syria and Iraq, as a major threat to U.S. well-being.

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  5. Vulnerable Senate Republicans grapple with running on the same ticket as 'he who must not be named'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swing State Project

    Sign if you agree: Presidents do not stop working in the final year of their term. Neither should the Senate.

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  6. Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald blast U.S. drone war and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salon

    Award-winning journalists Jeremy Scahill and Glenn Greenwald warn the Obama administration's "deadly legacy" has paved a dangerous path for a future of egregious abuse of executive power. The Democratic president, they say, has gotten away with crimes and repressive policies that liberals never would have let a Republican carry out.

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  7. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lucianne.com

    An official with the Department of Justice said the agency will no longer call people "felons" or "convicts" after they are released from prison because it is too hard on them emotionally. Assistant Attorney General Karol Mason wrote a piece in The Washington Post Wednesday saying "many of the formerly incarcerated men, women, and young people I talk with say that no punishment is harsher than being permanently branded a 'felon' or 'offender.A " Mason said the decision is not to condone their behavior, but to use words to help them reenter society.

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  8. Yes: Frequent flier miles dona t add up to successful foreign policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Janesville Gazette

    EDITOR'S NOTE: The writer is addressing the question, "Is President Barack Obama's recent spate of trips abroad evidence of failed foreign policy?" President Barack Obama has put more than a few miles on the Air Force One odometer. But travel is no guarantee of foreign policy success.

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  9. Despite Election Gains, Fragile Nuclear Deal a Test for Iran's LeadersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Payvand News of Iran

    President Hassan Rouhani addressing entrepreneurs at the" JCPOA Implementation: A new season in Iran's economy " conference in Tehran on January 19, 2016. CAIRO, EGYPT- Foreign business leaders have descended on Iran this year, eager to jump-start deals worth billions of dollars as international sanctions against Tehran are lifted, under last year's agreement to set limits on Iran's nuclear program.

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  10. This important precedent can save the Republican Party from Donald TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | RedState

    Historically, political parties in this country had an important check on raw majority rule. If one faction tried to ram through a nominee or platform that didn't represent the whole party, and offered no form of compromise, then the rest could bolt.

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  11. The new mess Republicans have created for themselves: Clinton's ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salon

    The Republican Party has put itself in an impossible position. For months they've told us, over and over and over again, how unstable Trump is, how unfit for office he is.

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  12. November is still seven months away. What's next in the presidential election?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    This photo combination shows Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on April 4, 2016 and Republican challenger Donald Trump on February 16, 2016. Photo Credit: AFP/Getty Images Donald Trump on Tuesday became the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, winning the Indiana primary and knocking rivals Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Gov. John Kasich of Ohio out of the contest.

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  13. How coal country became a main stage in presidential raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Christian Science Monitor

    Hard times in Appalachia's coal country have turned what was once Bill Clinton's territory into fertile ground for Donald Trump's supporters, as the industry's struggles push it to the forefront of the presidential election. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, shown here during a campaign rally, in Bethpage, N.Y., on Wednesday, says he would create coal-mining jobs as president, and he criticizes Hillary Clinton for saying 'we're going to put a lot of coal miners' out of work.

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  14. Don't expect the Bushes to jump on the Trump train It looks like all...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WFTV Orlando

    It looks like all of Donald Trump's Bush-bashing during the GOP primary has come back to haunt him. According to The Texas Tribune , both Presidents George H.W. and George W. Bush aren't planning to endorse the presumptive presidential nominee.

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  15. Utah governor drops Common Core support, calls for repealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Education Week

    Republican Gov. Gary Herbert is asking the state school board to repeal Utah's adoption of the Common Core education standards after his re-election challenger made it a key campaign issue. Herbert said in a letter to Utah's State Board of Education Wednesday night that he instead wants the board to create unique Utah standards.

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  16. Doom predicted for GOP SenateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Examiner

    Senate Republicans were already facing a tough re-election cycle, but Donald Trump's sudden clear path to the Republican nomination now has both conservatives and liberals making doomsday predictions about how Trump's candidacy will end up handing the Senate to Democrats. "The Senate's gone," Varad Mehta, an historian and writer at the conservative website The Federalist, tweeted Wednesday morning.

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  17. Clinton and Trump: different visions of America abroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UPI

    Despite the media's best efforts to keep us guessing, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are now the overwhelming favorites to represent the Democratic and Republican parties in the presidential election in the fall. And as Donald Trump's speech last week made clear, they represent two very different potential trajectories for America's future global role.

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  18. Why some conservatives are changing their tune on Obama's SCOTUS pickRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Christian Science Monitor

    With Donald Trump becoming the presumptive nominee Wednesday, some conservatives are pushing Republican senators to appoint Merrick Garland to the US Supreme Court. Judge Merrick Garland, President Obama's choice to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, smiles during an awards breakfast for pro bono counsel at the E. Barrett Prettyman Courthouse in Washington, earlier this month.

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  19. GOP Walk-Over For Trump? - Nick Langworthy & Kevin Hardwick; Pt IIRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WBEN-AM Buffalo

    Neckline poorly the chairman of the Erie county Republican. Party is in studio with us and so is doctor Kevin Harvick political science professor conditions college.

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  20. George W. Bush Sitting Out Election, So Is His FatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Max

    George W. Bush will be sitting out the presidential election, a spokesman said on Wednesday when Donald Trump became the presumptive party nominee after his final two rivals dropped out of the race. Bush's spokesman made the statement Wednesday evening after Ohio Gov. John Kasich followed U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz to the exit, noted The Guardian .

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