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  • Kerry in Nigeria to urge non-violence before presidential vote

    Sun Jan 25 15:32:14 2015 | Source: Reuters

    LAGOS (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Nigeria on Sunday to urge its rival political camps to respect the outcome of a Feb. 14 presidential election, amid concerns that post-poll violence could undermine the fight against Boko Haram militants.
  • Netanyahu defends planned Congress speech as anti-Iran strategy

    Sun Jan 25 15:21:33 2015 | Source: Reuters

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended on Sunday a planned speech to the U.S. Congress about Iran, saying he had a moral obligation to speak out on an issue that poses a mortal threat to Israel.






  • Obama off to India for visit with Modi

    Sun Jan 25 14:58:04 2015 | Source: CNN

    At a November meeting of Asian leaders in Burma, the Indian prime minister delivered Obama an astounding request: become the first American president to headline India's Republic Day parade.
  • Obama will travel to Saudi king's funeral

    Sun Jan 25 14:58:00 2015 | Source: CNN

  • 2016 race kicks off with long day of auditions in Iowa

    Sun Jan 25 14:56:48 2015 | Source: CNN

    The 2016 Republican presidential race in Iowa got its unofficial start Saturday with a marathon of speeches, giving close to a dozen potential candidates a chance to introduce (or re-introduce) themselves to a core group of caucus-goers roughly one year before the contest.
  • The State of Obama Is Strong, But Solitary

    Sun Jan 25 14:25:08 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Maureen Dowd, NY Times
  • Obama's Free Lunch ...AND Breakfast AND Dinner

    Sun Jan 25 13:52:56 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Carl M. Cannon, OCR
    Henry A. Wallace, handpicked as vice president by Franklin Roosevelt, would have liked President Obama. In 1942, Wallace called for federal support for education—a novel concept at the time—and universal health care for workers. Highly progressive even by New Deal standards, Wallace championed many social programs and government giveaways. In response, prominent Princeton economist Harley L. Lutz employed one of the earliest known uses of a now-famous aphorism.“Mr. Wallace neglects the fact that such a thing as a ‘free’ lunch never existed,” Lutz wrote. “Until man acquires the power of...
  • President Obama's G.I. Bill

    Sun Jan 25 13:52:20 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Jonathan Alter, The Daily Beast
  • Iowa Dems Waiting For Hillary

    Sun Jan 25 13:34:42 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Salena Zito, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
    A brisk 18-minute walk down Locust Street to Woodland Avenue in Des Moines separated Tom Henderson this weekend from close to every size, shape, color and gender of Republican weighing a run for their party's 2016 presidential nomination.The Iowa Freedom Summit, held Saturday, was a testing ground for GOP hopefuls to impress voters, a little more than a year ahead of the Iowa caucuses scheduled for Feb. 1, 2016.Henderson is the Democrat chairman of Polk County, one of the most populous counties in Iowa and where one-fifth of the state's Democrats will caucus on that day. He does not have...
  • Liberals Exploit Race and Gender

    Sun Jan 25 13:34:09 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Jack Kelly, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
    When People magazine asked Michelle Obama last month about her “personal experience” with racism, she cited a 2011 visit to a Target store in Virginia.“The only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf,” the first lady said. “Because she didn’t see me as the first lady, she saw me as someone who could help her. Those kinds of things happen in life.”Why is it “racist” for a short white woman to ask a much taller woman (Ms. Obama is 5 feet, 11 inches) who happens to be black to get a box of detergent for her from a high shelf?Racism...

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