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  •  Has Netanyahu cried wolf and sidetracked too often to be taken serious now
    Has Netanyahu cried wolf and sidetracked too often to be taken serious now
    Whether Benjamin Netanyahu has cried wolf too often is not the issue because everyone is aware of the many threats around the world, not just to Israel, but especially to the free world-at –large that have to be dealt with one by one...
  • France begins to move on resolving Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    France begins to move on resolving Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    According to an article by Cara Anna (Associated Press) entitled, “ France says will propose UN Security Council draft on Israel” that states after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu caused an international uproar when he said shortly...
  • Stuart Police Officers Association to host annual golf tournament May 29
    Stuart Police Officers Association to host annual golf tournament May 29
    The Stuart Police Officers Association (SPOA) is in preparation for its 4th Annual Stuart Police Officers Association Golf Tournament which will take place on May 29 at the prestigious Fox Club in Palm City. SPOA is an organization representing...
  • More changes in the wind for the U.S. Senate
    More changes in the wind for the U.S. Senate
    Changes to the U.S. Senate started when Republicans under the leadership of Mitch McConnell gained the majority vote via the 2014 election by surpassing the number of Democrats with 54 Republican senators out of a total of 100 ( 44 Democrats and 2...
  • Hillary Clinton
    Clinton supporters threaten reporter, lists forbidden words in Hillary coverage
    A group of Clinton supporters known as "HRC Super Volunteers" issued a not-so-thinly veiled threat against New York Times political reporter Amy Chozick, warning her to be careful how she describes the former Secretary of State in her...
  • Presidential candidate Scott Walker
    Presidential candidates to crowd Iowa GOP dinner
    The dinner hour is certain to last more than 60 minutes at least one night in May. So far, nine Republican presidential hopefuls have signaled they will attend the annual Lincoln Dinner on May 16 in Des Moines, party leaders announced Thursday....
  • Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton more popular now than in 2008
    Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton narrowly lost the 2008 Democratic nomination to then-U.S. Sen. Barack Obama. A year before the Democratic National Convention, Clinton was the presumed presidential nominee, but Obama's popularity...
  • Chuy tells Rahm at second debate: 'You are not king of the city'
    Chuy tells Rahm at second debate: 'You are not king of the city'
    Cook County Commissioner and mayoral candidate, Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, held their second televised debate last evening in a face-off at WFLD-TV Channel 32, as the two Chicago mayoral candidates head into...
  •  Treasure Coast supports Murphy with majority
    Treasure Coast supports Patrick Murphy with majority
    Florida’s District 18 on the Treasure Coast (St. Lucie, Martin and Northern Palm Beach counties) is represented in the U.S.congress by Democrat Patrick Murphy who ran a stellar re-election campaign in 2014 winning majority votes in all three...
  • Gretchen Driskell and Mark Schauer
    Driskell leads Walberg by five points in first poll of campaign
    While the election is more than a year away and Democratic State Representative Gretchen Driskell only declared her candidacy for Republican U.S. Representative Tim Walberg's seat in Congress last month, she has already achieved a small...
  • Ward 1 Alderman Joyce Craig
    Joyce Craig is running for Queen City mayor
    Manchester, NH --Alderman Joyce Craig, a Democrat representing Ward 1, officially announced she is running for mayor, joining incumbent Ted Gatsas, a Republican, former Alderman Patrick Arnold, a Democrat, and political activist Glenn R.J. Oulette...
  • Ted Cruz candidacy welcomed by Richard Viguerie
    Ted Cruz candidacy welcomed by Richard Viguerie
    Richard Viguerie, one of the key strategists in the electoral triumph of many conservatives during the 1970s and 1980s, on Monday welcomed the presidential candidacy of Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. Viguerie, 81, changed the way conservative candidates...
  • Democrats ready to challenge Marco Rubio
    Democrats ready to challenge Marco Rubio
    Not long ago, Sen. Marco Rubio was widely regarded as one of the younger United States senators who are most likely to succeed. Following his 2010 election to the Senate, the Florida Republican was touted as a possible front-runner for the 2016...
  • Ted Cruz takes to Internet to announce presidential candidacy
    Ted Cruz takes to Internet to announce presidential candidacy
    In a demonstration of how communications between candidates and voters have changed, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas on Monday announced his candidacy of the 2016 Republican presidential nomination by way of Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. He also...
  •  Netanyahu back in the saddle again under his huppah
    Netanyahu back in the saddle again under his huppah
    It appears that a whole lot of back tracking and word eating is taking place around the globe mixed with a lot of criticism and blame placing at home in America due to a relationship that some seem to feel should be flawless as a priceless diamond...