Bad News For Hillary, Obama

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Even though head-to-head match-ups show Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton with the lead among Democratic presidential contenders for 2008, a new poll indicates that voters don’t have any faith that either will win the nomination. A new Rasmussen poll reports that 60% of the American public believe that Democrats are likely to nominate a white [&hellip
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Draft Newt!

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If you’re a Republican voter and you’re not satisfied with your party’s current crop of presidential candidates, have no fear. A new group has formed to demand that former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, architect of the "Contract With America," to jump into the race for 2008. "America offers great hope for those who [&hellip
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Poll: Rudy, Hillary Destroy The Field In Their Home State

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A new Siena Poll released today gives both Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton a not-so-surprising big lead amongst their respective party opposition if the 2008 presidential primaries were held today. Giuliani has a 47-20 lead over Arizona Senator John McCain, while Clinton has a whopping 58-11 lead over her next closest contender, Illinois Senator Barack [&hellip
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Efrain Gonzalez, Father Of The Year

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In today’s Daily News, Thomas Zambito explores the life and times of Jeanette Carlomagno, the first ex-wife of currently indicted Bronx State Senator Efrain Gonzalez.  The crux of the story is Gonzalez’s neglect of his 19-year-old son Michael, who is severely developmentally disabled and requires around-the-clock care. The News lists the story as an exclusive, [&hellip
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Kelly Wins High Praise

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Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, a possible 2008 candidate for mayor, is the recipient of some very high praise from the very opinionated political correspondent Rafael Martínez Alequín , who has declared him possibly the best to ever hold his position, especially in the wake of the Sean Bell shooting. Quote: "Some of those were in [&hellip
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Liz Taylor Opens Her Checkbook For Hillary

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So Barack Obama might have some celebrities verbally committed to his campaign, but Hillary Clinton got one to open her checkbook. The great dame Elizabeth Taylor has donated $2,100 to Clinton’s campaign (although at first she said that she gave the very illegal number of $100,000). "I have contributed to Senator Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign [&hellip
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Netroots Unhappy With Hillary? Really?

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DailyKos.com founder and chief operator kos is taking issue with mainstream media outlets for reporting that Senator Hillary Clinton has tremendous support among the liberal netroots, support that will help push her past her various Democratic challengers. Kos is accusing reporters of taking Clinton’s campaign press releases at face value, and he’s providing evidence. DailyKos [&hellip
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McCain Writes One Set Of Rules, Plays By Another?

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The conservative Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) is calling on Arizona Senator John McCain, a front-runner on the Republican side in 2008, to answer whether or not he will abide by the limitations of the federal public financing program set up for presidential candidates. McCain famously authored very restrictive campaign financing laws a few years [&hellip
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Obama’s Celebrity Backers

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DraftObama.org has launched a new page dedicated to naming the names of those celebrities that have pledged their support for Illinois Senator Barack Obama’s presidential aspirations. "It’s not often you get Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, Will Smith, Pastor Rick Warren, and George Clooney on the same list. That just shows the incredible ability of Senator [&hellip
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