Politics As Usual


Democrats in 22 states across America go to the polls next Tuesday to pick between two presidential prospects: Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. We urge them to choose Obama – an untried candidate, to be sure, but preferable to the junior senator from New York. (Continue Reading…)

Edwards’ voters up for grabs
Former Sen. John Edwards dropped out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination Wednesday, leaving his voters up for grabs. Former Sen. John Edwards ended his presidential bid Wednesday. The race for the Democratic nomination is now down to Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York and Illinois Sen. Barack Obama. (Continue Reading…)

McCain, Romney spar before Super Tuesday
Front-runners John McCain and Mitt Romney attacked each other’s conservative credentials as they fought for their party’s top spot during the final showdown before the Super Tuesday contests. The GOP candidates take the stage for Wednesday’s debate. (Continue Reading…)

Obama: Clinton Represents Step Toward Past
Democratic Sen. Barack Obama said Wednesday a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidency would be a step back to the past, turning her husband’s image of a bridge to the future against her. The former first lady decried the tenor of his comments in an interview with The Associated Press. (Continue Reading…)

Sen. Clinton responds to Ted and Caroline Kennedy endorsing Obama
Sen. Hillary Clinton began the day with three hours of sleep in a place that she came to more than 30 years ago — following her heart and William Jefferson Clinton. (Continue Reading…)

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