• Krauthammer on Democrats and midterms: 'They can't shoot straight on anything'
    Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Friday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the main issue of the 2014 elections is competence, and the party currently running the government has plenty to worry about on that front. “[The Democrats] ...

    Fox News ・ 5 jam lalu

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  • For Republicans, Obama is villain of fall campaigns in South Dakota
    PIERRE – In a place where voters haven't backed a Democratic candidate for the White House in 50 years, Republican candidates know they have a winning card again this fall when they pick on President Barack Obama. kAm}@ @?6 92D DF886DE65 96 ...

    Watertown Public Opinion ・ 1 jam lalu

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  • The Most Reluctant, Last-Minute Endorsement of 2014 Is Here
    Milton Wolf, the Kansas Tea Party challenger, musters up an endorsement for Republican Pat Roberts. Barely. Lisa Lerer t llerer. Milton Wolf, the Tea Party candidate who challenged Senator Pat Roberts in Kansas last summer, has finally endorsed his ...

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  • Two things to count on: Ga.-Fla. and Clinton vs. Bush
    In a topsy-turvy world, there are still some things Americans can count on. One is their favorite college football team's annual fall clash with an arch-nemesis rival. To name just a few, there is Army-Navy, Alabama-Auburn, Ohio State-Michigan, and what was ...

    Cherokee Tribune ・ 3 jam lalu

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  • Maryland governor Martin O'Malley can still see White House
    Maryland governor Martin O'Malley (second from left) performs with O'Malley's March at the Hampstead Hill Festival in in Baltimore in September. Photograph: Nate Pesce/The New York Times. Simon Carswell. Topics: News · World · US; More Topics.

    Irish Times ・ 6 jam lalu

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  • Democrats Count on Edge With Women to Limit Election Losses
    Women turn out to support Senator Mark Udall, Democrat of Colorado, but The Denver Post criticized his “obnoxious one-issue campaign” about contraceptives. Credit Matthew Staver for The New York Times. Continue reading the main story. Continue ...

    New York Times ・ 7 jam lalu

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  • Election forecaster says odds of Cotton victory 90 percent
    U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., speaks to Arkansas' Independent Colleges and Universities in Little Rock on Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. (John Lyon photo). By John Lyon Arkansas News Bureau jlyon@arkansasnews.com. LITTLE ROCK — Election forecaster Nate ...

    Arkansas News ・ 10 jam lalu

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  • Bill Maher addresses UC Berkeley controversy on Friday show
    Comedian and TV host Bill Maher announced Friday his intent to speak at UC Berkeley's December commencement ceremony, despite opposition from some campus groups. Maher paused his normal roundtable discussion during his HBO “Real Time with ...

    Daily Californian ・ 20 menit lalu

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