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  • The Preidential Medal of Freedom
    President Obama: 16 named to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom
    This year marks the 50th anniversary for the Presidential Medal of Freedom which was first established by President John F. Kennedy through an Executive Order. The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the Nation’s highest civilian honor,...
  • Obama nominates Mel Watt to lead FHFA
    Obama urges Congress to help build stronger housing market
    Echoing his message in a speech earlier this week in Phoenix, Ariz., in his weekly address on Saturday President Barack Obama praised the progress the housing market has made in its recovery over the past four years, calling on Congress to work to...
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    Jailed: GOP candidate hit with jail time for voter fraud
    A Republican candidate who ran for a Massachusetts state House seat in 2012 has been sentenced to a year in jail after he pled guilty to voter fraud.During the 2012 election, Jack Villamaino ran in the Republican primary for a state House seat in...


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    Department of Homeland Security's 'Royal' panty raid
    Despite the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) mission statement clearly stating their purpose in life is to ensure our nation is safe, secure, and resilient against terrorism and other hazards that may rear their ugly head, eyebrows are...
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    Leing debates Polis at CSU Congressional debate
    “Honestly, it wouldn’t take a lot.”That was George Leing’s response to the question, “What would it take for you to switch parties?” in Wednesday’s CSU Second Congressional District debate. It was a moment...
  • A few minutes with Professor Alan Dershowitz - part one
    A few minutes with Professor Alan Dershowitz - Part One
    Professor Alan Dershowitz of Harvard Law School was described by Newsweek as “The nation’s most peripatetic civil rights lawyer and one of its most distinguished defenders of individual rights. The Forward named him “Israel&rsquo...


  • President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney
    Polls: Obama leading in Wisconsin, Iowa and Ohio
    New polls released today by Public Policy Polling (PPP), show President Barack Obama leading Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in three key battleground states. The new polls show the President leading in Wisconsin, Iowa and Ohio.Ohio...
  • Obama Romney Debate
    A breakdown of the most recent Obama versus Romney polls
    With new polls released over the last 24 hours showing President Obama doing gaining on Mitt Romney the national race is now tied with just five days until the the presidential election. Romney has led in the national polls for much of the last...
  • President Obama
    Updated polls: Obama expanding swing state lead, national race tight
    The election is down to its final days and President Obama and Mitt Romney are making their final push to put them over the top on Tuesday.Like a roller coaster, the 2012 presidential election has had its ups, downs and ins and outs. Both...