In Pennsylvania, Mind Your Unwanted Company

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When you see hundreds of press releases a day, occasionally a few will pique your interest. Today, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell declared January "Stalking Awareness Month" in his home state, and urged fellow residents of PA to keep their heads on a swivel. "Every year, over 1 million people are stalked and are forced to [&hellip
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Rudy’s Train Keeps Rolling On

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A new Rasmussen poll finds that former Mayor Rudy Giuliani is still the preferred choice among Republicans for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination. Giuliani grabs 28% in the poll, followed by Arizona Republican Senator John McCain at 20%. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich gets 14% and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney snagged 8%. [&hellip
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Biden’s Hidden Strength

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Though conventional wisdom indicates that he might not be getting much traction right now, at least one Democratic power player is touting the merits of Deleware Senator Joe Biden’s 2008 presidential ambitions. In today’s Roll Call, Donna Brazile argues that through his leadership in the Senate fighting the President’s troop surge in Iraq Biden, as [&hellip
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The Takedown Of Obama Has Begun

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Though his credentials on the left would never be questioned, at least one conservative group has already moved to push against an Obama candidacy. The National Clergy Council’s political arm has issued a press release warning evangelical Christians to beware the appeal of Obama, complete with a detailed report attempting to shoot down the appeal [&hellip
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As Obama Considers, The Left Rejoices

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With Illinois Senator Barack Obama publicly announcing that he will seriously consider a run for the Democrats’ 2008 presidential nomination, it is worth noting the infatuation much of the party’s liberal base has with the charismatic Washington rookie. The liberal superblog DailyKos is calling on its members to rank their preferred Democratic nominees for 2008 [&hellip
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