‘State & National News’ Archives
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CBS News political analyst John Dickerson provides post-debate analysis of the CBS News/National Journal "commander-in-chief" debate. Source: CBS
Vowing to "vigorously fight" the gaming bills it considers to be an encroachment onto its casino territory, the tribe joins opponents to the plan to allow large-scale resort casinos into South Florida. Read more. Of course, they will keep theirs open.
The 2012 GOP presidential race continues to change with no clear leader. Source: ABC
It's embarrassing what the GOP presidential field has become: Perry, Bachmann and Cain are jokes and totally unfit to hold the job. Mitt Romney and maybe (big maybe) Newt Gingrich are the only ones that could handle the position.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is doing everything in his power to save his presidential campaign after his disastrous “oops” moment during Wednesday night’s debate. Having appeared on the David Letterman show Thursday night to make light of the incident, the Texas governor has now purchased nearly $1 [...]
Congressman Connie Mack is blowing away the Republican competition and is in the best shape to best Sen. Bill Nelson, the only Democrat elected to statewide office in Florida. according to the Miami Herald. Read more.
A preview of Diane Sawyer's exclusive interview with the congresswoman. Source: ABC
If you don't watch the candidate debates, you may not understand what's going on in the presidential race. Politilines, by Periscopic, lets you see what the candidates talked about each night. The left column lists top issues, the middle shows words used, and the right column shows [...]
FLORIDA: Obama 42 - Romney 45 OHIO: Obama 45 - Romney 42 PENNSYLVANIA: Obama 44 - Romney 43 One year before the presidential election, President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney are running neck and neck in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, the three states that for the [...]
"For every woman who says I harassed them, "thousands" say I didn't." -Herman Cain
Texas Governor Rick Perry has a major brain fart at Wednesday night's CNBC debate: "I will tell you, it is three agencies of government when I get there that are gone. Commerce, Education, and the—what's the third one there? Let's see." Then his opponents tried to help him remember. A few [...]