Politics As Usual


artferrarofilegi.jpgFerraro steps down from Clinton campaign
Former congresswoman and vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro is resigning her fundraising position with Sen. Hillary Clinton’s campaign after controversial comments she made about Clinton’s rival, Sen. Barack Obama. “I am stepping down from your finance committee so I can speak for myself and you can continue to speak for yourself about what is at stake in this campaign,” Ferraro wrote in a letter to Clinton. (Continue Reading…)

Obama increases lead in delegate count
Sen. Barack Obama widened his lead over Sen. Hillary Clinton in the overall delegate count by picking up delegates in Mississippi and Texas on Tuesday. The Illinois Democrat won handily in the Mississippi Democratic primary Tuesday. Obama beat Clinton 61 percent to 37 percent with 99 percent of the precincts reporting. (Continue Reading…)

Woman at the Center of Governor’s Downfall
She left a broken home on the Jersey Shore at 17 and came to New York City to work the nightclubs as a rhythm and blues singer. Now, at 22, she is the unwitting, and as yet unseen, star of the seamy drama that is the downfall of Gov. Eliot Spitzer of New York. (Continue Reading…)

Hillary on the Attack
After kicking off her Pennsylvania campaign with a positive speech to an energetic crowd in the northeastern part of the state yesterday, Hillary Clinton brought the fight against Obama here to the capital on Tuesday, hitting her rival on energy policy, NAFTA and Iraq and reprising her campaign’s latest attack theme that paints him as a man of talk and not action. (Continue Reading…)


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