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The group, Organizing for Action, plans to raise unlimited chunks of funding to promote the president's agenda. It is chaired by Jim Messina, Obama's 2012 campaign manager, and advised by David Plouffe, who recently served as Obama's senior adviser.
Campbell Newman an "arrogant and indifferent turd" over comments the Queensland premier made last year about public service job cuts. The Australian Workers' Union's (AWU) newly-elected Queensland branch secretary Ben Swan made the remark while
School teachers who undergo special training would be allowed to have a gun in a locked area of a school, including their classroom, under a bill being pushed by a Republican lawmaker and Attorney General Tom Horne . Rep. David Stevens said Monday
I became aware of the block and censorship a few days ago, soon after I wrote and published the article: "Ruthless State of the Union: current crime boss speaks." http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com That article was about Obama, and it was also about
Paul Howes is sick of opinion polls and regrets being poll-driven at the time Kevin Rudd was dumped as Labor leader. Federal Labor's primary vote stands at just 30 per cent, down five points since December, according to the latest Herald/Nielsen poll
Scott Reckard, Los Angeles Times Cable companies love to offer combo deals on telephone, Internet and a slew of TV channels you'll never watch. Product bundling also is standard in industries as varied as fast food, cars and software. It's the same
This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, Feb. 17: Union ironclad Indianola threatens lower Mississippi. This week 150 years ago in the Civil War saw Union and Confederate gunboats vying for control of the lower Mississippi River and its
President Barack Obama was wrapping up his post-State of the Union tour by talking about how government can build "ladders of opportunity" into the middle class...Rep. Jason Chaffetz flew home from Washington last week, leaving behind a capital
In his first presidential election Barack Obama constantly talked about taking measures to combating global warming all the time as, indeed, did his Republican opponent, John McCain...In his second campaign he hardly mentioned climate change at all.
The Record New Jersey residents will vote in November on whether to raise the state's minimum wage and tie future changes to inflation. The Democrat-controlled Assembly passed the last of a set of resolutions Thursday that puts the question to