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About That Karzai Reintegration/Reconciliation Structure

The State Department released a revised civilian strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan today. And it’s really more of a summary of what’s been going on as much
Jul 31, 2020

About That Karzai Reintegration/Reconciliation Structure

About That Karzai Reintegration/Reconciliation Structure

The State Department released a revised civilian strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan today. And it’s really more of a summary of what’s been going on as much
The State Department released a revised civilian strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan today. And it’s really more of a summary of what’s been going on as much
Jul 31, 2020

Steve King wants congressional hearings on Obama’s ‘drunken Uncle Omar’

Steve King wants congressional hearings on Obama’s ‘drunken Uncle Omar’

Last month, Onyango Obama, half-brother to the President Obama’s father, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and then held by authorities due to an
Last month, Onyango Obama, half-brother to the President Obama’s father, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and then held by authorities due to an
Jul 31, 2020

Tea party incumbent Gardner to face state Senate President Shaffer in big Colo. swing district

Tea party incumbent Gardner to face state Senate President Shaffer in big Colo. swing district

It would be premature to label Colorado’s Fourth District one of the nation’s swing districts, but that could change as a result of the 2012 election season. A court will decide the new outline of the district next month but the district is undergoing a more profound transition. It is becoming the thing Iowa is supposed to be: A moderately conservative middle-American political testing ground, where unaffiliated independents make up roughly a third of the voters, where the aging still-mostly-white population is increasingly ethnically mixed and where high-tech and R&D industries are replacing manufacturing and farming as the main drivers of the economy.
It would be premature to label Colorado’s Fourth District one of the nation’s swing districts, but that could change as a result of the 2012 election season. A court will decide the new outline of the district next month but the district is undergoing a more profound transition. It is becoming the thing Iowa is supposed to be: A moderately conservative middle-American political testing ground, where unaffiliated independents make up roughly a third of the voters, where the aging still-mostly-white population is increasingly ethnically mixed and where high-tech and R&D industries are replacing manufacturing and farming as the main drivers of the economy.
Jul 31, 2020
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