Politics As Usual


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No matter what you think about which Democrat is best suited to be the nominee, or president, or who’s at fault in the bitter back-and-forth that has emerged between them, one thing is clear in this primary fight: It’s on. (Continue Reading…)

Congress’ black women favor Hillary
As Democratic candidates battle to gain the favor of black women in South Carolina, a key demographic in Saturday’s primary, African-American women in Congress, have already made up their minds: Hillary Rodham Clinton. (Continue Reading…)

Bill Clinton: Race, Gender Key in S.C.
Bill Clinton said Wednesday he expects blacks to vote for Barack Obama and women to vote for Hillary Rodham Clinton, and the dynamic may cause his wife to lose the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary Saturday. (Continue Reading…)

Kerry On Obama: Don’t Swiftboat Him
In a new fundraising letter from John Kerry to Barack Obama’s supporters, the 2004 Democratic nominee implores voters to help Obama “defeat the hateful tactics that have been used to tear us apart for too long.” In a line clearly directed at Bill and Hillary Clinton, Kerry rails against the use of negative campaigning perfected by Karl Rove and the Republicans, saying that Obama’s opponents are attempting to ‘Swiftboat’ him. (Continue Reading…)

Thompson Drops Out of GOP Presidential Race
Former Sen. Fred Thompson has dropped out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Actor and former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson dropped out of the Republican presidential contest Tuesday. He had finished far behind the leading candidates in all of presidential contests so far. He had said he needed to win in South Carolina, but finished third there. (Continue Reading…)

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