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  • Obama campaign beefs up South Florida team

     
    Democrat Barack Obama's presidential campaign today announced that it's beefing up its campaign team in Florida, including a stronger presence in Palm Beach County. Here's a campaign news release description of the latest Obama campaign hires who will...
  • Hillary Clinton: Hear my delegates

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Hillary Clinton wants her delegates heard in Denver, suggesting that some demonstration of her support at the Democratic National Convention could help heal the rift between her most ardent supporters and Barack Obama's. ""I happen to.....
  • Bill Clinton: Hillary said what matters

     
    by Josh Drobnyk Former President Bill Clinton, in what could be a preview of his speech Wednesday night, told party-goers in Denver Tuesday night that "this election is not about a politician." The former president and his wife made a......
  • Obama, governors: Philadelphia summit

     
    by Mark Silva Candidate Barack Obama went to Philadelphia to talk about race in America, seeking "a more perfect union," at a time when it appeared that the issue could dominate a presidential campaign. Now President-elect Obama will go to......
  • Caroline Kennedy to seek Senate seat

     
    by Frank James Caroline Kennedy has evidently decided she wants U.S,. Senate seat from New York to be vacated by Sen. Hillary Clinton who was chosen by President-elect BaracK Obama to be his secretary of State. This is not a......
  • The Heisenberg primaries

    IN THE FIRST 100 days of 2007, the big field of Republican and Democratic candidates running for president collectively spent well over $50 million campaigning, made hundreds of stump speeches in Iowa and New Hampshire and endured several nationally...
  • The prophet of pensions

    Recently, i heard three European journalists express astonishment at the primitive state of America's social safety net. "Do you have private pensions?" they asked. The system is unraveling, I explained. "Healthcare?" Some folks get it, some don't....
  • Thousands Gather To Protest Gov. Christie's Proposed Budget Cuts

    Thousands Gather To Protest Gov. Christie's Proposed Budget Cuts
    Roughly 25,000 protesters descended on the Statehouse in New Jersey at noon on Saturday to protest Governor Chris Christie's proposed budget cuts. Many showed up as early as 10 a.m. to demonstrate against measures that will include wage freezes for state...
  • Obama Says NJ Governor Is Key To His Own Agenda

    Obama Says NJ Governor Is Key To His Own Agenda
    In a final campaign swing on behalf of the only governor seeking re-election this fall, President Barack Obama on Sunday pitched Democratic Gov. Jon Corzine's bid as a key component for the White House to make good on its political promises. "He's one of...
  • Tight Race For NJ Governor Office

    Tight Race For NJ Governor Office
    The polls are open Tuesday and it's a dead heat between the two major party candidates for the New Jersey governor's office, and the deciding factor may be the turnout for the independent candidate. Democratic incumbent Governor Jon Corzine's campaign...
  • NJ State Senate Committee OK's Gay-Marriage Bill

    NJ State Senate Committee OK's Gay-Marriage Bill
    A bill to legalize gay marriage has cleared the New Jersey state Senate Judiciary Committee, paving the way for a full Senate vote Thursday. Monday night's committee vote was 7-6. New Jersey is the best chance for proponents to add a sixth state...
  • MS Patient On Trial For Growing "Medicinal" Marijuana

    MS Patient On Trial For Growing "Medicinal" Marijuana
    The trial of a multiple sclerosis patient charged with growing over a dozen marijuana plants continued Wednesday, as supporters gathered outside of court to criticize the state for even prosecuting the case. Somerville resident John Wilson, 36, was...