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The latest battle between Republicans and Democrats over the spending bill was anticlimactic in comparison to the past.
For starters, the drama really only lasted a week – a far shorter period of time than we’ve seen legislators go at… Continue reading
Tonight’s presidential debate lived up to the hype. It was clear that Romney was well prepared, showing America a lively and focused side that we have yet to see thus far in the campaign.
And although we saw Obama win… Continue reading
No matter how effective the Bain Capital attacks on presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney have been, there has been no shift in President Obama’s position vis-à-vis the Massachusetts governor – as evidenced by recent polling.
President Obama and Mitt Romney… Continue reading
The June Jobs Report Will Have A Greater Impact On President Obama’s Standing Than The Supreme Court Obamacare Ruling
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New Poll: Both Parties Face Key Challenges In Wake of Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling
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What The Obamacare Ruling Means For Campaign 2012
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As President Obama sets off on his “Betting On America” bus tour through the key swing states of Pennsylvania and Ohio, both the Obama and Romney campaigns are anxiously awaiting the numbers from Friday’s monthly jobs report. As they wait,… Continue reading
Feb. 1, 2012: President Barack Obama holds up a proposed mortgage application form as he speaks at the James Lee Community Center in Falls Church, Va.
The following two scenes speak volumes about where the 2012 presidential race currently… Continue reading