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Wendy McElroy

Now I am going to try to persuade you of your folly at wasting your precious time on any libertarians who are foolish and misguided enough to rally behind Ron Paul. As with Murray, your time could be much more valuably spent doing outreach to the man

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AP

Though Conservative candidate Doug Hoffman conceded and Democrat Bill Owens was sworn into Congress last week, the routine recanvassing of votes shows Owens' lead has narrowed to 3,026 votes, with about 5,800 absentee ballots received so far that hav

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AP

He was hardly the first to employ the tactic, which didn't stop a rival campaign from complaining the ad did not have a "paid for by" disclaimer. The Florida Elections Commission ordered Wagman to remove it and pay a $250 fine, even though the requir

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Washington Post

More than 100 years of restrictions on corporate support of political candidates will be at stake next week when the Supreme Court considers whether a quirky case about a film denouncing Hillary Rodham Clinton should lead to a rewrite of the way federal elections are financed.

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Linda Bentley

Every trick in the book except murder (so far) and a fortune in legal expenses have been used to avoid addressing the crucial matter of Obama's ineligibility to be president.  The accumulated mountain of evidence against Obama is overwhelming now.

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By Tim Craig Washington Post Staff Writer

Sequoia Voting Systems agreed yesterday to turn over sensitive information to the D.C. Council about how the District's voting machines work and tabulate results, setting the stage for one of the most comprehensive probes on the reliability of electronic voting equipment.

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