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Feb 20 2013
Obama administration reportedly considering fines, trade penalties for cybertheft
The White House is reportedly considering fines and other trade penalties against China or any other country guilty of cyberattacks amid evidence of an unrelenting cyber espionage campaign linked to the Chinese government. The Associated Press reported Wednesday that the actions are being considered as part of the Obama administration's response to a report that claimed the Chinese ArmyFox News (Online News)
Sep 25 2014
As Romney Endorses Marilinda Garcia For Congress, Kuster Dodges Debate Invitations
Fresh off this endorsement, she did an extensive tour of Newport’s business district yesterday. Tomorrow she will tour the Gamma Medica facility in Salem and meet with their staff. Medica is a company that’s on the front lines in battling breast cancer by making molecular breast imaging technology more available.
She also tapped former New Hampshire State Senator Gary Lambert to headTownhall
Sep 24 2014
Congratulations, Assad: You successfully got the US to bomb your enemies instead of you
Almost precisely one year ago, the Obama administration was so enraged with Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, whose campaign of terror in the Syrian civil war had killed thousands of civilians, including with chemical weapons, that President Obama was personally making the case for launching off-shore strikes against Assad. For a president who so assiduously avoids military conflict, it was aVox
Sep 22 2014
U.S. Ramping Up Major Renewal in Nuclear Arms
A sprawling new plant here in a former soybean field makes the mechanical guts of America’s atomic warheads. Bigger than the Pentagon, full of futuristic gear and thousands of workers, the plant, dedicated last month, modernizes the aging weapons that the United States can fire from missiles, bombers and submarines.
It is part of a nationwide wave of atomic revitalization that includesNew York Times (News)
Feb 14 2013
Villaraigosa's Pragmatic Streak
One more sign Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has higher ambitions: he's joined the "Fix the Debt" campaign urging Congress and President Obama to reach a grand deal to tame the country's $16 trillion debt.
The outfit is comprised primarily of business leaders and former lawmakers, including Wyoming and New Hampshire Sens. Alan Simpson and Judd Gregg, both Republicans, and
Sep 13 2012
Romney Tempers Foreign Policy Criticism After Flap Over Libya Remarks
Appearing in Virginia on Thursday, Republican Mitt Romney tried to bring his campaign back to the issues he has focused on before in the swing state: the nation's economy and strengthening the military.
A day after Romney ignited a debate over his criticism of President Obama's handling of events in Libya and Egypt, the Republican presidential nominee largely steered clear of discussingNPR (Online News)
Sep 06 2014
Wendy Davis Memoir: I Had 2 Abortions During 2nd Marriage
Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis reveals in a new campaign memoir that she terminated two pregnancies for medical reasons in the 1990s, including one where the fetus had developed a severe brain abnormality. Davis writes in "Forgetting to be Afraid" that she had an abortion after an exam revealed that the brain of the fetus had developed in complete separation on the rightBreitbart News
Sep 03 2014
Glenn Beck: ‘Hillary Clinton will be the next president’
He may have once called President Barack Obama the racist puppet of a vast global conspiracy, but conservative talk show host Glenn Beck seems to be more sanguine about his potential replacement, Hillary Clinton.
Beck, who left Fox News in 2011 to start his own media empire, predicted this week that the former secretary of state will be the next president, and not through any kind ofMSNBC
Jan 20 2015
Christie Hides $800,000 in Travel Bills
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is refusing to hand over $800,000 in credit-card bills as part of a probe into his travel expenses. The monitoring organization New Jersey Watchdog alleges that Christie has been costing the public a pretty penny for his travels, including an 1,800 percent increase in the governor’s security detail since he took office. “Last year, Christie traveled out-of-stateDaily Beast
Aug 26 2012
Opinion: The Last Bipartisan
WHEN I first encountered Ron Wyden in 1974, he was setting up the Oregon outpost of the Gray Panthers, a lobby group founded by the liberal activist Maggie Kuhn with a broad agenda but an emphasis on empowering the elderly. Wyden, who was 25, seemed improbably boyish to be a champion of senior citizens. But he radiated a winning, wonky exuberance. He was clearly bound for a life in politics.New York Times (News)