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12:20 AM - Thursday, March 26, 2015
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Joe Peyronnin
Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz has announced his candidacy for President of the United States. While critics, including some in his own party, dismiss him, Cruz is a smart, shrewd and brash politician. He is also arrogant, self-confident . . .
3/25/2015 - dailykos.com
When the Universe took away the instant comedy of Sarah Palin, it replaced it with the twisted lunacy that is the anti-immigrant Canadian born Texas GOP Senator (and now presumed frontrunner of 2016 Presidential hilarity) Ted Cruz. And on Twi . . .
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com
Google’s access to high-ranking Obama administration officials, averaging a White House meeting a week, during a critical phase of the antitrust probe is one sign of the Internet giant’s reach in Washington.
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Paul Alexander
At her recent press conference at the United Nations, the first question posed to Hillary Clinton, asked by a Turkish reporter, had to do with whether she felt she was being treated differently because she was a woman. Many in the media scoffed . . .
3/24/2015 - The Huffington Post / Charles Knight
In November of 2014, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to the Jewish Federations of North America's General Assembly saying: ...the worst thing that can happen now is for the international community to agree to a deal that lea . . .
3/24/2015 - POLITICO
The president goes further in criticizing Netanyahu and says hopes of making peace are "dim."
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Rebecca Klein
The National Education Association, the largest U.S. teachers union, has already jumped into the 2016 presidential race, even though only one major candidate has announced a campaign.NEA president Lily Eskelsen García told reporters on a confer . . .
3/25/2015 - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
A conservative group is filing a racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, and the Clinton Foundation, claiming they have been "operating a criminal enterprise."
3/25/2015 - WSJ.com: Washington Wire / Heather Haddon
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s political-action committee is hiring a Texas-based digital firm as the Republican continues to eye a 2016 run for president. The firm will conduct website development, online fundraising and email marketing for . . .
3/25/2015 - Washington Post / Chris Cillizza
This morning, USA Today's Gregory Korte tweeted out the new seating chart for the White House press briefing room -- the organizations that fill out the 49 seat everyone sees on TV when you watch the daily press gaggle at 1600 Pennsylvania Aven . . .
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Lydia Oconnor
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is asking for permission to toss out the now-notorious Sodomite Suppression Act, an outrageous ballot proposition that calls for the execution of gays with "bullets to the head" as well as 10 years in p . . .
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Ryan Grenoble
If you write a vulgar, sexist email insulting a woman you interact with professionally -- and you really, really shouldn't -- make sure you don't hit "reply all" afterward. Buckley Carlson, the brother of Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson . . .
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Andrew Hart
WASHINGTON — An ambitious 12-nation trade accord pushed by President Obama would allow foreign corporations to sue the United States government for actions that undermine their investment “expectations” and hurts their business, according to a . . .
3/25/2015 - The Guardian / Peter Walker
Pre-election survey says only 29% would be happy with another coalition, and few are satisfied with the current one – but its narrative is still shaping BritainA significant majority of Britons would like a return to one-party government after . . .
3/25/2015 - The Huffington Post / Kelly Chen
UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A man convicted of the 2002 slayings of a Pennsylvania couple and their pregnant 17-year-old daughter has an intellectual disability that makes him ineligible for the death penalty, a judge said Wednesday in throwing out t . . .
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