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Wednesday, 02 January 2013 21:22

Compare the 1912 Elections with the 2012 Elections

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Before the electoral year of 2012 slinks into history, it is worth a comparative glance back to the electoral year of 1912 to give us some jolting perspective on how degraded our contemporary elections, voter performance and election expectations have become.

The link below lists all federal candidates who accepted campaign donations from the National Rifle Association




Wednesday, 28 November 2012 15:44

Idaho Lawmaker Promotes Bold New Plan to Elect Romney

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daho state Sen. Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll (R) has found a daring plan to reverse the results of the November election and turn the keys to the Oval Office over to Mitt Romney: Boycott the Electoral College. Last Monday, Nuxoll, a Republican, blasted out a link on her Twitter feed to a new proposal from Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips, explaining that if 17 Romney states rejected the Electoral College, they could throw the outcome of the election to the GOP-controlled House of Representatives. As Phillips put it, referring to episodes in which Democratic lawmakers crossed state lines to avoid controversial votes, "Democrats have actually set this precedent of refusing to participate to deny Republicans a quorum. They did this in Wisconsin and in Texas. Why can't we do this with the Electoral College?"

Friday, 16 November 2012 16:25

Mitt Romney, punching bag

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Republican excoriations of their defeated nominee suggest the terms of debate within the party may be broadening

Thursday, 15 November 2012 17:05

Under the Hood of Team Obama's Tech Operation

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How a bunch of data-obsessed geeks created the ultimate digital fundraising machine—and kept their guy in office.

The 2012 election was as much about Mitt Romney's policies as it was a referendum on his Republican predecessor

Progressive champion Elizabeth Warren, who built her campaign around an intellectual and moral attack on Wall Street malpractice in the wake of the financial crisis in 2008, has unseated Republican Senator Scott Brown in Massachusetts.

See how much the billionaire brothers have spent in your state—and why the size of their campaign to beat Obama is a mystery.

Tuesday, 06 November 2012 15:36

Obama still over 90 percent in Nate Silver survey

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The president dips to a 91 percent favorite -- but Democratic chances of holding the Senate soar in Silver's latest

Monday, 05 November 2012 00:27

Obama: Substance not Smears

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This election has always been a referendum on Barack Obama. For some, not on matters of substance. They can't have it both ways. It's hypocritical to distribute a vicious, false narrative about him while fancying yourself a patriot and a great American. Vilify a sitting president of the United States with fiction and innuendo, and you are neither.

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