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Crossing fingers for LP dilemma

If the ruling Liberal Party (LP) wants to maintain its leadership in 2016 and beyond, it better start getting their act in sync now or all will be lost to the opposition. 694 more words

Government

Sanders Talks 'Political Revolution' in Iowa as Clinton Declares: 'I'm Baaack'

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both attend events in strategically important state.

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders gets a standing ovation from the crowd at a town hall meeting to talk about progressive issues at the Waterloo Center for the Arts on Sunday in Waterloo, Iowa. 676 more words

Opinion Leaders

Hillary Clinton Goes to Iowa

Sunday afternoon in Indianola, Iowa, is bound to be a spectacle. Former President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary will be the keynote speakers at retiring Sen. 495 more words

Should Romney Run?

Once upon a time, there was a Republican former governor who ran for President of the United States twice, and lost, twice. He ran on a platform of lowering taxes, maintaining a strong defense against Russia, and was a fervent anti-socialist. 1,082 more words

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Op-Article on Indonesian Presidential Election

Prabowo fights on, but Indonesian court ruling ends legal challenge

By Pan Mohamad Faiz Kusuma Wijaya, The University of Queensland

As many analysts predicted, Indonesia’s Constitutional Court (MK) has rejected losing presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto’s challenge to the election result. 688 more words

Constitutional Court

Texas Abuzz About Possible Perry-Cruz 2016 Battle

AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Two Texans, one White House. Is the 2016 Republican campaign trail big enough?

After plummeting from prime contender to political punchline three years ago, Gov. 894 more words

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