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Oh, Who Would Ever Want to Be King?

The big news for national Democrats in the new Marist University poll of New York voters is the Senate trial heat. If the 2010 election for U.S. Senate in New
Jul 31, 2020

Oh, Who Would Ever Want to Be King?

Oh, Who Would Ever Want to Be King?

The big news for national Democrats in the new Marist University poll of New York voters is the Senate trial heat. If the 2010 election for U.S. Senate in New
The big news for national Democrats in the new Marist University poll of New York voters is the Senate trial heat. If the 2010 election for U.S. Senate in New
Jul 31, 2020

Allen West sponsoring briefing by controversial Citizens for National Security

Allen West sponsoring briefing by controversial Citizens for National Security

According to recent reports, Rep. Allen West, R-Fort Lauderdale, has again aligned himself with a controversial group. As reported yesterday by blogger Spencer Ackerman , West will sponsor a July 25 briefing by Citizens for National Security , a self-described group of “concerned citizens interested in education on extremism, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction.” # From a press release on the event: # Less than two months before the ten-year anniversary of 9/11, Congressman Allen West (R-FL) will sponsor a Capitol Hill briefing this coming July 25, on Homegrown Jihad in the USA: Culmination of the Muslim Brotherhood’s 50-year History of Infiltrating America
According to recent reports, Rep. Allen West, R-Fort Lauderdale, has again aligned himself with a controversial group. As reported yesterday by blogger Spencer Ackerman , West will sponsor a July 25 briefing by Citizens for National Security , a self-described group of “concerned citizens interested in education on extremism, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction.” # From a press release on the event: # Less than two months before the ten-year anniversary of 9/11, Congressman Allen West (R-FL) will sponsor a Capitol Hill briefing this coming July 25, on Homegrown Jihad in the USA: Culmination of the Muslim Brotherhood’s 50-year History of Infiltrating America
Jul 31, 2020

‘The Response’: Step one in a conservative Christian voter mobilization drive

‘The Response’: Step one in a conservative Christian voter mobilization drive

Those who signed up to attend The Response, the all-day prayer event hosted by Gov. Rick Perry earlier this month, are now being asked to partake in an
Those who signed up to attend The Response, the all-day prayer event hosted by Gov. Rick Perry earlier this month, are now being asked to partake in an
Jul 31, 2020

Romney unclear on his position over Detroit bailout

Romney unclear on his position over Detroit bailout

With the Republican presidential hopefuls participating in a debate about jobs and the economy just a few miles from the city of Detroit, it was inevitable that the candidates would be asked about the federal bailout that saved GM and Chrysler — and Mitt Romney in particular. Romney’s father was a former auto company CEO and former governor of Michigan, so when he wrote a Wall Street Journal column in early 2009 with the headline “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt” and argued against federal money being used to restructure those companies, it drew a good deal of criticism from business, labor and politicians of both parties from Michigan who supported the bailout. During Wednesday’s debate, Romney tried not to back away from that position: He said: “My view with regard to the bailout was that whether it was President Bush or whether it was President Obama (approving financial relief), it was the wrong way to go.” But one of his most prominent Michigan supporters illustrates the fine line Romney is trying to walk on the issue: Saul Anuzis, Michigan’s Republican National Committeeman and a Romney backer, said the challenge for Romney and other Republicans who advocated for a managed bankruptcy is explaining what they mean by bankruptcy.
With the Republican presidential hopefuls participating in a debate about jobs and the economy just a few miles from the city of Detroit, it was inevitable that the candidates would be asked about the federal bailout that saved GM and Chrysler — and Mitt Romney in particular. Romney’s father was a former auto company CEO and former governor of Michigan, so when he wrote a Wall Street Journal column in early 2009 with the headline “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt” and argued against federal money being used to restructure those companies, it drew a good deal of criticism from business, labor and politicians of both parties from Michigan who supported the bailout. During Wednesday’s debate, Romney tried not to back away from that position: He said: “My view with regard to the bailout was that whether it was President Bush or whether it was President Obama (approving financial relief), it was the wrong way to go.” But one of his most prominent Michigan supporters illustrates the fine line Romney is trying to walk on the issue: Saul Anuzis, Michigan’s Republican National Committeeman and a Romney backer, said the challenge for Romney and other Republicans who advocated for a managed bankruptcy is explaining what they mean by bankruptcy.
Jul 31, 2020
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