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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Extremist groups support Ron Paul, raising questions about his tolerance of them | December 26, 2011 | The New York Times | HT Politics

Extremist groups support Ron Paul, raising questions about his tolerance of them | December 26, 2011 | The New York Times | HT Politics:

The American Free Press, which markets books like “The Invention of the Jewish People” and “March of the Titans: A History of the White Race,” is urging its subscribers to help it send hundreds of copies ofRon Paul’s collected speeches to voters in New Hampshire. The book, it promises, will “Help Dr. Ron Paul Win the G.O.P.Nomination in2012!”

Tuesday's Daily Brief

Arianna Huffington: 2011: The Year the Power Went Off in Washington
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Arianna Huffington: Again and again in 2011, as the country sat mired in crises and the long-term effects of joblessness, declining wages, and downward mobility, the response by the governing class could not have been more disproportionate to the problems. Like a terrible reality show, each week brought some fresh, completely made-up five-alarm crisis. And the media would dutifully follow suit, breathlessly giving its attention to the latest make or break negotiations in Washington. And then would come the front-page breakthrough deal that would essentially maintain the status quo. Instead of this manufactured Beltway clown show, there are very real and growing problems the media could be putting the spotlight on. Maybe we need to take Rick Perry's suggestion of making Congress part-time seriously in order to free up some media oxygen that can be used to focus on the real solutions -- the real creativity and innovation -- being summoned to meet our challenges around the country.
Gingrich Praised Rival For Plan He Now Attacks
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GOP Candidates Making Final Iowa Push
Drew Brees Makes NFL History
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James Moore: Last Lap Around Iowa
As Iowa approaches, it has to be said: The fact that Rick Perry is given any type of consideration by Republican voters is a condemnation of their party and the American electoral process. And Perry owes Texans millions for the money he has wasted on traveling security.
Lyric Hughes Hale: The Coming Accidental War with Iran
Now that America's withdrawal from Iraq has been formalized, and Osama bin Laden and a host of autocrats have been vanquished, after a year of unbelievable changes throughout the Middle East, my prediction is that Iran is about to regain center stage in the region.
Larry Magid: Big 2011 Tech Stories About People, Not Products
There were plenty of gadgets shipped in 2011, but the big stories of the year were about the people who made them and used them to change the world.
Jean Fain, L.I.C.S.W., M.S.W.: New Year's Resolutions: Eating Experts Wish You a Diet-Free New Year
Before you make yet another New Year's resolution to lose weight for good, now might be a good time to ask yourself Dr. Phil's quintessential question: "How's that working for you?"
Keli Goff: The Best and Worst Presidential Campaign Ads of the Year
While Hollywood is gearing up for the Golden Globes on January 15th, the political world, or "Hollywood for ugly people" as it is sometimes jokingly called, is gearing up for its own Golden Globes.

Rove SuperPAC Spending Millions To Attack Elizabeth Warren

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Tuesday, December 27, 2011
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Among "Anybody but Romney" Republicans in a key conservative region of Ohio, Newt Gingrich has been picking up support as an alternative to the former Massachusetts governor. The former House speaker has moved to the top in recent polling in Ohio, just as Republican presidential candidates prepare for the Jan. 3 caucuses in Iowa, followed closely by the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries. Ohio's presidential primary is scheduled for March 6 -- one of the biggest prizes for Republicans among about a dozen states voting on "Super Tuesday." READ MORE
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The Supreme Court, in a trio of decisions capped by the landmark Citizens United case in 2010, eased restrictions on the use of corporate money in political campaigns and paved the way for such spending. Massachusetts is front and center, with the conservative Crossroads GPS spending $1.1 million on one spot casting Warren as aligned with radical elements of the Occupy Wall Street movement and another that has her siding with Wall Street bankers. And that's just the beginning. READ MORE
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Twice in recent summers, visitors to Michigan's western coast were greeted by mounds of garbage strewn along miles of sandy beach: plastic bottles, eating utensils, food wrappers, even hypodermic syringes. At least some of the rubbish had drifted across Lake Michigan from Milwaukee, a vivid reminder that many cities still flush nasty stuff into streams and lakes during heavy storms, fouling the waters with bacteria and viruses that can cause serious illness. READ MORE
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The Obama administration says it is respecting North Korea's national mourning period, knowing that its officials will not be available for discussions. Yet Washington has steadfastly refused to express any condolences for the late Kim Jong-Il, whose regime is widely regarded as among the very worst human rights violators in the world. Without solid intelligence on the opaque transition process -- and fearful of misunderstandings that could provoke the notoriously erratic North -- U.S. officials concluded that the best course is to say little, watch, and wait. READ MORE
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It's not just the tax issue that no longer belongs to Republicans. Ever since Sept. 11, the Republican Party has also sold itself as tough on terrorism. But no longer. It was Barack Obama who gave the orders to track down and kill Osama bin Laden, after George W. Bush abandoned the hunt. It was Barack Obama who led an international coalition against Moammar Gadhafi. And it was Barack Obama who, very quietly, dispatched U.S. drones to kill Anwar al-Awlaki and scores of other al-Qaida leaders. So now Democrats are also the party of national security, the party that keeps America safe. Why have Congressional Republicans made their own situation worse? READ MORE
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