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New York Times, by Nate Cohn Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 30 55 2014 07:55:56 GMT Early voting on Sundays has been one of the biggest fronts in the voting wars of recent years. Some of this past Sundays early voting numbers make the reason quite clear. Data from two states that permit Sunday early voting, Georgia and North Carolina, show that 53 percent of the 25,000 early votes cast on Sunday were from black voters, compared with 27 percent of early voters across the two states since voting began for this years midterm elections. Souls to the Polls drives are a big part of the explanation. Black churches often promote voting after services, sometimes even
Power Line, by Scott Johnson Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 30 50 2014 07:50:13 GMT The House Oversight Committee has released the video below providing a short refresher in the IRS targeting scandal. One of the Obama administrations greatest successes is the stonewalling, covering up and bald'faced prevaricating with which it has kept the lid on the scandal. The video isnt really comprehensible unless youve been following the story, so it is of limited usefulness. But it is good enough to have set me back a bit in my anger management therapy.
Fox News, by Barnini Chakraborty Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 30 37 2014 07:37:13 GMT WASHINGTON On any given Election Day for the past two decades, the old Bill Clinton campaign mantra of, "It´s the economy, stupid," would have held up as THE defining issue. Jobs, housing, taxes '' pick one, all or more, and it was sure to hit home with voters. But with Ebola, terror threats and scandals dominating the news '' and Wall Street continuing its record climb '' it might be somewhat surprising that as House, Senate and gubernatorial candidates head into the final weekend of campaigning before next Tuesday´s elections, pocketbook issues still resonate most with voters.The latest Fox
Breitbart Big Journalism, by Ben Shapiro Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 30 32 2014 07:32:35 GMT The left insists that those who do not buy into its agenda regarding global warming are deniers ignoramuses who refuse to acknowledge facts thanks to a political agenda. But when it comes to voter fraud, it is the left that lives in the realm of fantasy. Rachel Maddow, the heavyweight over at the pseudointellectual sewage tank of MSNBC complete with nerd glasses for everyone but Chris Matthews and Ed Schultz! says that voter fraud doesnt exist. The scourge of voter fraud, Maddow writes at MSNBC.com, is largely imaginary. Her source for this extraordinary claim: a study by
Daily Express [UK], by Sarah O´Grady Posted By: Attercliffe- Thu, 30 04 2014 07:04:44 GMT There has been a record fall in the number of jobless families, official figures revealed yesterday. Households with no working adults dropped by 1.4 percent between April and June to 15.9 percent''the sharpest fall since records began in 1996. Families where all the adults work is now 55.3 percent, up by 1.5 percent, found analysis by the Office of National Statistics. And the data also revealed that 1.5 million children living in workless households is down by 132,000 from a year earlier. That is the lowest number for a generation, according to the Department of Work and Pensions.
Daily Mail [UK], by Piers Morgan Posted By: Attercliffe- Thu, 30 56 2014 06:56:54 GMT t´s not hard to take sides in the Battle of Ebola Quarantine. In the blue corner, weighing in at over 300 pounds, is big, nasty bullyboy Governor from New Jersey, Chris Chriiiisssstttiieeee. In the red corner, weighing in at less than 150 pounds, is kind, caring, gentle, heroine nurse Kaci Hickox. At this point the fight would be stopped, right? Christie is not a man who engenders much empathy these days. Since Bridge'gate, when his vile staffers closed America´s busiest bridge to damage a political opponent, he´s seen his Presidential aspirations burn up faster than an Ebola fever.
Daily Mail [UK], by Martin Gould, Louise Boyle Posted By: Attercliffe- Thu, 30 32 2014 06:32:15 GMT Already pushing the boundaries of her state'imposed quarantine, Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox defiantly left the Maine home she was ordered to stay inside for three weeks on Wednesday night in order to speak with the press about her ´frustrating´ situation. Standing out front of her boyfriends house in Fort Kent about 7pm, as the police tasked with watching her looked on from across the street, Hickox told the waiting media contingent that she will continue to fight her quarantine orders, even if she is charged for breaking them. ´We have been in negotiations all day with the state of Maine and tried