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President Obama's lie mild compared to lies of past presidents

“All my life I”ve known better than to depend on the experts. How could I have been so stupid, to let them go ahead?”  

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Senator Rand Paul Hints at running for President in 2016 at CPAC

This week at the Conservative Political Action Committee’s annual meeting known for bringing the country’s most enthusiastic grassroots conservatives together,

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2012 Republican National Convention: Chris Christie, Ann Romney, and Paul Ryan Shine

The threat of Hurricane Issac put a damper over the Republican National Convention on Monday, causing it to be canceled for the first day.

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Scott Walker's Recall Election Victory Will Have a Huge Impact on President Obama's Reelection Campaign

On Tuesday, Wisconsinites turned out at the polls to partake in a recall election that many in the political arena view as a snapshot of the current

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President Obama's Reelection Campaign Isn't The Only One Affected By Money

So what exactly is the role of money in politics?

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Why Ron Paul Will Win the 2012 Iowa Caucus Over Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich

The first presidential contest of

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Newt Gingrich's Rhetorical Boldness Could Bring Down President Barack Obama in November

At the beginning of the GOP presidential nomination race the obvious picks for many were Rick Perry and Mitt Romney.

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Occupy Wall Street, Philly and Other 'Occupy' Movements Lack Focus - Unlike the Tea Party

After nearly two months of occupation,

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Occupy Philly Movement is Bad For Business in Philadelphia and Beyond

Occupy Philly Movement members have been urged by the City of Philadelphia to limit their protesting in exchange for a new permit, which will allow them to

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Occupy Wall Street: Like the Tea Party it Should Be Taken Seriously

Over the past month the country has experienced a wave of protests throughout its most prominent cities, and some less prominent cities known as Occupy Wall Street (OWS).

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