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FLEMINGTON, N.J., March 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Results of a national study among 1,375 Americans revealed that while confidence levels increased among Democrats and Independents regarding President Obama's approach to the nation's critical issues, confidence levels decreased among Republicans.
The South Korean president's office called for the National Assembly to ratify a free trade agreement recently called unacceptable in the United States. President Obama's nominee for U.S.
By MARTHA RAFFAELE By Martha Raffaele The Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. Sue Nace thought election volunteers were joking when they told her she would have to remove her T-shirt to vote in the presidential primary last spring.
By Anonymous From immigration and abortion to Iraq and energy In a front-page story in last week's HUMAN EVENTS, long-time conservative activist Donald Devine reported that the 2008 Republican platform is a vast improvement over the 2004 version.
The House and Senate return today after their summer break, both parties eager to use the three-week session to show voters why their candidates are the ones to fix the economy and lower energy prices. The only thing that must be accomplished is a bill to keep government running.
The U.S. Congress faces high political stakes when it consider bills that could have a bearing on the U.S. presidential race, analysts say.
By SERDAR TUMGOREN, STAFF WRITER DUMONT Republicans hoping to rebuild their party and break Democrats' monopoly on power in the borough are mounting their first aggressive political campaign in three years.
By USA Today DENVER (AP) -- They're grossly outnumbered by a swarm of Democrats, but national Republicans have set up shop in Denver. While the spotlight naturally is focused on Barack Obama, Republicans have set up an effort to grab media coverage, or at least offer some balance.
Text of report by Ghanaian privately-owned radio station Joy FM on 14 August [Nathan Gadugah: "Akufo-Addo: GT Sale is a Victory for Ghana's Democracy"] The Presidential Candidate of the ruling New Patriotic Party Nana Akufo Addo said the approval of the 70 per cent government shares in Ghana Telecom [GT] to Vodafone UK is a victory to Ghana's democracy.
To New Hampshire Democrats: Time to wake up. Americans want to see an energy policy that stresses a commitment to a variety of renewable, American-developed energy sources. This is your thing! But you've allowed the Republicans to turn the energy debate into a domestic drilling vs.
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