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  • Here's one White House hopeful who wants to get big money out of politics

    Sat Apr 18 23:39:43 2015 | Source: Reuters

    NASHUA, N.H. (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham has an unusual message for a potential Republican presidential candidate: He wants to stem the flow of unregulated money in politics.
  • Paul, Graham clash on foreign-policy on U.S. campaign trail

    Sat Apr 18 23:13:19 2015 | Source: Reuters

    NASHUA, N.H. (Reuters) - Republican presidential hopefuls Rand Paul and Lindsey Graham took their debate over America's role in the world from the U.S. Senate floor to the campaign trail on Saturday in an early sign that foreign policy is likely to be a flash point in the 2016 election.






  • Sanders edges toward joining 2016 race

    Sat Apr 18 17:54:38 2015 | Source: CNN

    Bernie Sanders was preaching to the choir. And the choir was eating it up.
  • GOP presidential hopefuls make their pitch to party faithful in New Hampshire

    Sat Apr 18 17:08:43 2015 | Source: CNN

  • Senate Defense hawks pressure Boehner on Pentagon spending

    Sat Apr 18 16:57:35 2015 | Source: The Hill

    Pro-defense lawmakers think there’s a much better chance of getting the Senate to increase defense spending.
  • With eye toward 2016, Ohio's Kasich considers message

    Sat Apr 18 14:23:53 2015 | Source: CNN

    To hear Ohio Gov. John Kasich tell it, the decision to run for president is a question of a higher calling.
  • GOP presidential contenders talk entitlement reform

    Sat Apr 18 12:32:08 2015 | Source: CNN

    Leading Republican presidential contenders aren't shying away from proposals to overhaul Social Security and Medicare—once considered untouchable third rails of American politics.
  • Judith Miller Recants; Where's the Media?

    Sat Apr 18 11:27:32 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Peter Berkowitz, RCP
    In “The Story: A Reporter’s Journey,” which hit book store shelves last Tuesday, former New York Times reporter Judith Miller revealed in the final chapter that she now believes that she was induced by then-Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald to give false testimony in the 2007 trial of I. “Lewis” Scooter Libby, former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney.Given that Fitzgerald’s three-and-a-half year-long investigation and prosecution of Libby riveted the nation’s capital and generated vast news coverage implying, when not outright declaring, that the Bush administration lied the...
  • How FDR's Death Changed Vice Presidency

    Sat Apr 18 11:26:39 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Jeffrey Frank, New Yorker
    Seventy years ago this week, on April 12, 1945, while he was sitting for a portrait in Warm Springs, Georgia, President Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke what were probably his last words—“I have a terrific headache”—and fainted. He died two hours later, of a cerebral hemorrhage. After F.D.R.’s Vice-President, Harry S. Truman, a former senator from Missouri, got the news at the Capitol, the Secret Service rushed him to the White House, where he was sworn in by Chief Justice Harlan Stone.
  • "Compassionate Conservative" Redux

    Sat Apr 18 11:25:28 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    David Harsanyi, The Federalist
    Michael Gerson lays out the contours of conservative reform in the Washington Post by contrasting it with the Democrats’ stale 75-year-old economic agenda and the Republicans’ stale 35-year-old economic agenda. The problem is, though there are plenty of interesting ideas being floated by very smart reformicons, Gerson’s case sounds a lot like a stale, 15-year-old “compassionate conservative” agenda.

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