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  • Kevin O’Reilly, Uncooperative Witness in Gun-Running Scandal, Returns to U.S. From Sudden Posting...

    10/10/2012 9:42:02 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 13 replies
    CNSNews ^ | October 10, 2012 | Fred Lucas
    ( – Obama administration employee Kevin O’Reilly -- who congressional investigators called “the link connecting the White House to the [Fast and Furious] scandal” -- is back in the United States now after abruptly leaving his White House job to work in Iraq in 2011 after emails concerning him and Fast and Furious had surfaced. O'Reilly left the United States in August 2011, shortly after his knowledge of the gun-walking program was publicized during a congressional hearing on July 26. O’Reilly has so far refused to cooperate with the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which recently threatened to subpoena...
  • Under Clinton's rules, Obama still wins

    05/10/2008 10:20:50 PM PDT · by The_Republican · 11 replies · 125+ views
    Politico ^ | May 10th, 2008 | DAVID PAUL KUHN & AVI ZENILMAN
    Barack Obama can fully accept Hillary Rodham Clinton’s terms on Michigan and Florida and still win a majority of pledged Democratic delegates on June 1, allowing him to lay claim to the nomination under the New York senator’s own rules. A Politico analysis of the delegate numbers after Tuesday’s primaries in North Carolina and Indiana shows Obama can concede to Clinton’s position on Michigan and Florida and still claim victory — potentially forestalling the Democratic nightmare scenario of a floor fight at the Denver convention. The Clinton campaign rejected the premise of Politico’s analysis, dismissing it as “artificial metrics” that...
  • Hillary’s Mathematical Dilemma

    05/06/2008 12:58:54 PM PDT · by The_Republican · 16 replies · 67+ views
    American.Com ^ | May 6th, 2008 | John C. Fortier
    Hillary Clinton can change her message, change her campaign manager, even change her hairstyle—but she can’t change the delegate math that makes it almost impossible for her to win the Democratic presidential nomination. In several ways, recent news has been good to Clinton. She continues to win in states like Ohio and Pennsylvania where there are large numbers of white working-class voters. Arguably, her coalition of white working-class and Hispanic voters is equal to Obama’s coalition of white-collar and African-American voters. Obama has been on the defensive lately, dealing with the continuing problem of his former pastor, Reverend Jeremiah Wright,...
  • Hillary's Race to the Bottom

    05/02/2008 9:27:24 AM PDT · by The_Republican · 16 replies · 112+ views
    The Nation ^ | May 2nd, 2008 | Betsy Reed
    In the course of Hillary Clinton's historic run for the White House--in which she became the first woman ever to prevail in a state-level presidential primary contest--she has been likened to Lorena Bobbitt (by Tucker Carlson); a "hellish housewife" (Leon Wieseltier); and described as "witchy," a "she-devil," "anti-male" and "a stripteaser" (Chris Matthews). Her loud and hearty laugh has been labeled "the cackle," her voice compared to "fingernails on a blackboard" and her posture said to look "like everyone's first wife standing outside a probate court." As one Fox News commentator put it, "When Hillary Clinton speaks, men hear, Take...
  • GOP gives Clinton the silent treatment

    04/30/2008 9:52:33 AM PDT · by The_Republican · 11 replies · 41+ views
    Politico ^ | April 30th, 2008 | JONATHAN MARTIN
    Hillary Clinton’s decisive Pennsylvania primary win last week may have reinvigorated her campaign, but you wouldn’t know it from listening to the Republican party. The National Republican Congressional Committee has purchased $500,000 in anti-Barack Obama ads for use in two upcoming special House elections. The Republican National Committee is flooding reporters with anti-Obama emails. Presumptive nominee John McCain and GOP surrogates have seized on new remarks by Obama’s controversial former pastor. From top to bottom, from McCain down to the youthful campaign and party staffers who work nearly around the clock to get him elected, the working assumption seems to...