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He was 82. "Simmons, who was ranked 40th on Forbes' list of the 400 wealthiest Americans, gave hundreds of millions of dollars to diverse causes from conservative political campaigns to Planned Parenthood. "The soft-spoken businessman's circle
N.Y. (AP) The bold proposal by New York's anti-corruption commission to use public money to fund political campaigns hasn't boosted the likelihood that will happen. New York's Senate Republican conference remains opposed to using taxpayer money to
Chris Christie (N.J.), Scott Walker (Wis.), Bobby Jindal (La.) and Rick Perry (Texas) have all railed against the shutdown in recent days, touting a common-sense, get-it-done message that contrasts with the gridlock that has ensnarled Washington.
Moral message leaves Assad in place Next on the list is Rand Paul, the scion of an outsider libertarian movement sparked by his dad's multiple runs for president. But the compelling and controversial one-time eye doctor is a first-term senator from
To the outside observer, it may seem like Democrats and Republicans hold opposite positions on government spending. Democrats want it; Republicans do not. Except, well, this isn't the truth at all. In
A coalition supporting public financing of state election campaigns is gearing up for a new ad push targeting the state Senate, sources say. Since the most recent scandals to rock the Capitol earlier this month, the coalition known as Fair Elections
Recently the Republican hierarchy released their report detailing the problems the party is facing and attempting to detail the deficiencies and propose solutions. There were numerous voting blocs where they also found problems. One prime
Cross of Change Group Does green mean stop ? So Why use it for a stop anything campaign. We are going to create a sea of red dots, buttons, and big round red banners with slogans that 'join the dots'.
The majority of Americans realize there is more work to do in reforming America into what it should have been all along. Electing President Obama to a second term is only the beginning. Politicians from both parties always make
Presidential hopeful Musalia Mudavadi on Sunday took his campaigns to his Vihiga county backyard, where he called on Kenyans to turn up in large numbers and register as voters. Sounding upbeat about his campaigns, the United Democratic Front leader