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Memo to men in the GOP: Rape is rape

Despite some Republicans’ recent comments, sexual violence against women is unambiguous. ...

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Obama can get re-elected without a majority of popular vote

he could still get re-elected by winning in the Electoral College, where he currently holds an edge over Republican challenger Mitt Romney ...

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A witness to scandal

A witness to scandal ...

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Big Bird, binders, and bayonets: Psychographic marketing and the 2012 presidential election

Presidential elections have historically been viewed as a sacred sector of American society in which candidates stand upon their beliefs and debate the issues of the day for a chance to become the leader of the free world ...

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The White Romney vote: Based on race?

Romney has going for him a poll-obsessed media keen on a close race sustaining ...

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Elections have consequences

Everyone always says that whatever the current election is, it’s the most important election ever. And they’re always right. This year is no exception. It is the most important election ever. ...

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Budget woes await winner of Presidential election

some government contractors are cutting back in anticipation of what is called sequestration and some politicians are saying that our national defense will be “hallowed” by the process ...

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South Florida Early Voting Rallies with Alcee Hastings an Reverend Al Sharpton

Congressman Alcee Hastings, serving Florida's 23 District, the Reverend Al Sharpton and a host of other dignitaries  lead South Florida Early Voting Rallies with community, union & civic leaders as they  kick off  “Souls To The Polls Weekend” with a tri-county tour to bless the polls  for early voting October 27th through November 3rd 2012. These video clips are from the rally held in Broward County at ...

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President Clinton explains

President Clinton explains Mitt Romney's $5 trillion tax cut and how middle class families with children will get an average tax increase of $2,000 to pay for $250,000 in tax cuts for multi-millionaires. As President Clinton shares: "In the first debate, Governor Romney said that he wasn't really going to cut taxes on upper income people—he only wanted to cut taxes for middle class people. That's not true w ...

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