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AP

Former President Jimmy Carter says Americans could have had comprehensive health care coverage decades ago if Sen. Edward M. Kennedy hadn't blocked a plan Carter had proposed. Carter revisited the old spat in an interview with CBS' 60 Minute

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The Upshot (video)

While the rest of the political world is preoccupied with the midterm elections, Chicago dentist William DeJean is hatching plans for 2012. He shelled out $5,000 to create an ad encouraging Americans to back a Hillary Clinton presidential run in 2012

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RawStory.com

Larson spoke days after a new opinion poll showed Republicans have an unprecedented 10-point edge among registered voters nationwide, their widest advantage in the Gallup polling organization's six-decade history of mid-term election surveys.

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www.drscoundrels.com

Do you really want to see the character of the Democratic Party? Do you truly think that the Democrats are so strong willed, so brave, so kind, so caring? Do you really believe that they wouldn’t turn their backs on you like the conservatives claim b

News Link • Global Reported By Rich Hilts
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time.com/time/politics

Under pressure, the Democrats are cracking. On both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue, there is a realization that Nancy Pelosi's hold on the speakership is in true jeopardy; that losing control of the Senate is not out of the question...

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The Upshot

California Sen. Barbara Boxer is quickly becoming one of the Democrats’ most vulnerable incumbents ahead of the November midterms. A new Field Poll finds Boxer narrowly leading former Hewlett-Packard chief Carly Fiorina in her bid for re-election, 47

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Mondo Frazier

A reliable vote for Nancy Pelosi became the first incumbent to lose his congressional seat Tuesday: Rep. Alan Mollohan lost his 28-year lease on WV's 1st congressional seat. Mollohan was defeated by state Sen. Mike Oliverio in the WV Dem primary ele

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Mondo Frazier

f you’re a Democrat living in California and not a member of a government union–not exactly one and the same–you don’t have to pull the lever for Barbara Boxer. Try the common sense approach of a “political gadfly,” as the LA Times describes writer M

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Breitbart & unknown source

Big Government has learned that Clintonistas are plotting a “push/pull” strategy. They plan to identify 7-8 national figures active in the tea party movement and engage in deep opposition research on them. If possible, they will identify one or two t

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