Obama To Remove Cuba From List Of State Sponsors Of Terrorism


WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama notified Congress on Tuesday that he intends to remove Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism. Obama submitted a statutorily required report to Congress on Tuesday saying that he intends to rescind Cuba’s designation. Obama was required to submit the report to Congress […]

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Political cartoon from the second week of April


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$2 gas is gone — for now


Gone are the days of $2 gas — at least for now. Prices at the pump have climbed steadily for five weeks in a row. The national average for a gallon of regular gas jumped nearly 40 cents a gallon in that period, to $2.43 a gallon, according to AAA. […]

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Political cartoons from the last week of February


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U.S. Accuses Israel Of Inaccurate Leaks On Iran Nuclear Talks


WASHINGTON, Feb 18 (Reuters) – The United States accused Israel on Wednesday of leaking inaccurate information about nuclear negotiations with Iran, intensifying tensions over the issue before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s contentious March visit to Washington. President Barack Obama’s spokesman accused Israel of misrepresenting the U.S. position. White House […]

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Political cartoons from the second week of Febuary


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The return of the Abortion Rights Debate…GOP style


It seems like when the GOP has no new policies or ideas they revert back to the old wedge issues such as abortion rights. This is old news by many years. What the country needs are new ideas to help this country move forward into the 21st century. People thought […]

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Consumer Confidence Rises More than Expected in January


U.S. consumer confidence strengthened to its highest level in more than seven years in January on growing optimism about the jobs market and the overall economy, according to a private sector report released on Tuesday. The Conference Board, an industry group, said its index ofconsumer attitudes jumped to 102.9 from […]

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Political cartoons from the last week of January 2015


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Good News…Cost of healthcare down for the second straight year


More good news for the U.S. consumer, healthcare cost is down for the second straight years. Once again, the GOP has been proven wrong on the Affordable Care Act. Watch Morning Joe talk about the numbers and the impact on the American economy.

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Political cartoons from the third week of January


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Obama up, down for Jeb: poll


Morning Joe from MSNBC talks about the new polls before the State of the Union speech tonight:

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The Sad State Of America’s Middle Class, In 6 Charts


In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Barack Obama is expected to propose throwing a lifeline to America’s middle class. It could really use one. His ideas — including tax increases for the wealthy and tax cuts for the middle class — might or might not be […]

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Political cartoons from the second week of January 2015


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Mitt Romney to run again in 2016??


It looks like Mitt Romney can’t walk off into the sunset, instead he is planning on running again. If Mitt Romney decides to run for president again, then Jeb Bush and Chris Christie will not be happy. More competition for the republican nomination in 2016 will be bad for the […]

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