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Monday, November 05, 2012

Obama Pulls Ahead In Polls

Monday, November 5, 2012
Florida Early Voting Mayhem: Voters Face Long Lines At The Polls As Rick Scott Refuses To Budge
LIVE UPDATES: Presidential Election Enters Final Stretch
Second Storm Threatens Region Slammed By Hurricane
Jack Welch: 'Thank God' I Questioned The Jobs Numbers
U.S. Soldier Accused Of Afghan Rampage To Face Hearing
Michael Smerconish: Obama: Substance Not Smears
I objected when George W. Bush was the subject of undeserved, hyperbolic criticism, but the baseless scorn heaped upon President Obama makes Bush's detractors look diplomatic. The president, the office, and our nation deserve better.
Geoffrey R. Stone: The Perils of Income Inequality
The Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution, which authorized the federal government to impose an income tax on individuals, will turn 100 years old on February 3. It was designed precisely to protect the 47 percent of Americans Mitt Romney has reviled.
Maxwell Kennedy: The End of the Democratic Party
Both parties are more or less the same. If the Democratic Party continues to fight for the same old issues, it will be abandoned, and cease to exist.
Will.i.am: #GreatTimes: My New Election Song
I made a new song that's a reminder of what this election is all about... we are all fighting for a better life... we are all wanting greater opportunities... we are all looking for solutions... we are all hurting wishing and praying for "Great Times."
Beth Broderick: When Tweets Attack! Justin Bieber Fans Wage an All Out Assault on an Innocent and Unsuspecting Charity
Who would launch a hate campaign against an organization that provides clean safe drinking water to impoverished people in places like Swaziland? What's to hate and who would hate it?

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