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In announcing her bid to topple longtime incumbent Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi, Liz Cheney seems to suggest that she will be much more aggressive in opposing the Obama administration.

While Texas’ 83rd Legislature might go down in state history as one of the most colorful, it didn't start out that way.

Former U.S. Senator Gordon Humphrey of New Hampshire sent an e-mail to Edward Snowden, expressing his support of the former National Security Agency contract worker's action in exposing the NSA's massive data collection program through the release of classified documents.

As media pundits continue to discuss the “not guilty” verdict rendered by the jury on July 13 in the nationally watched George Zimerman trial, a particular aspect of the case warrants further attention. Ben Kruidbos, the former information technology director in the Florida State Attorney’s office, was fired on July 12 for what he believes was retaliation for having testified that prosecutors withheld evidence from Zimmerman’s defense team.

The group funding the ad buys in Tennessee for Senator Lamar Alexander's energy project has significant ties to the gay and abortion lobby.


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