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Libertarianism Simplified

First and foremost, before we go any further, let’s get one thing straight – Libertarianism and Liberalism are two completely different things! The Republican Party has a lot of flaws, but understanding the importance of branding in a market economy is not one of them. 2,233 more words

Water, water everywhere nor any drop to drink

In Friday’s Saginaw News.
Right Wing Pundit Ken Braun had an interesting editorial. The piece spoke of a political ad that the Republicans have run in Michigan. 295 more words

Cream Floats

President Obama has been criticized for his so-called “leading from behind” foreign policy. While lacking bravado, and with certainty we know one strategy cannot fit all situations, “leading from behind” still has much to offer. 580 more words

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Keystone non-decision keeps some Democrats on the hot seat - By ANDREW RESTUCCIA | 4/18/14 9:00 PM EDT

The Obama administration pulled a classic campaign-year move Friday: It punted on the Keystone XL pipeline.

Politically, it seems like a great idea, since kicking Keystone down the road — probably long past November — is better than an outright rejection for vulnerable oil-state Democrats, whose voters love the proposed project. 173 more words

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What the Candidates Said: Democratic Primary Candidates for U.S. Congressional District IN-9

Wednesday, April 16, the Democrats of Morgan and Johnson counties co-hosted a Democratic Party Candidate Forum in advance of the May 6 Primary election in Indiana. 2,729 more words

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What the Candidates Said: Indiana Democratic Primary Candidates for State-Level Offices Speak in Greenwood

Wednesday, April 16, the Democrats of Morgan and Johnson counties co-hosted a Democratic Party Candidate Forum in advance of the May 6 Primary election in Indiana. 1,366 more words

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Primary Election Candidate Forum Held in Greenwood, 04/16/14

Wednesday, April 16, the Democrats of Morgan and Johnson counties co-hosted a Democratic Party Candidate Forum in advance of the May 6 Primary election in Indiana. 283 more words

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