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  • Rand Paul: Republicans Need to Soften on Social Issues

    03/15/2014 12:24:23 PM PDT · by TitansAFC · 232 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 3-16-2014 | Warner Todd Huston
    Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is warning Republicans that if they expect to be relevant in the future and grow the party they will have to soften on social issues. In an interview with vocativ.com, Paul said he had "sort of a Jeffersonian belief in unity, peace and commerce with all" and that the best way to build the GOP for the future is to include people with whom they don't agree on every issue. "I think that the Republican Party, in order to get bigger, will have to agree to disagree on social issues," Paul advised. "The Republican Party is...
  • McCain cancels Brown meeting (British PM)

    02/06/2008 6:29:33 PM PST · by bshomoic · 3 replies · 54+ views
    John McCain, the Republican frontrunner in the race for the White House, today abruptly cancelled a trip to Europe that would have involved dropping in on Gordon Brown. Brown's spokesman announced this morning that McCain would visit No 10 on Friday, though he stressed that this did not imply any prime ministerial endorsement of the Arizona senator. McCain yesterday solidified his status as favourite to win the Republican nomination by winning nine of 22 states in yesterday's Super Tuesday primaries. He leads his nearest rival, Mitt Romney, in the delegate count 570 to 251. But later in the day, McCain...
  • IE 7 to take a cue from Firefox

    05/17/2005 4:32:51 PM PDT · by Panerai · 30 replies · 680+ views
    Cnet News ^ | 05/17/2005 | Renai LeMay
    Microsoft has confirmed that its upcoming version of Internet Explorer will include tabbed browsing, a feature made popular by competitors Opera Software and Firefox.In a Microsoft blog, IE product unit manager Dean Hachamovitch told consumers not to expect too much from tabbed browsing in IE's beta offering. "The tabbed browsing experience in the upcoming IE 7 beta is pretty basic," he said. "The main goal for tabs in our beta release is to make sure our implementation delivers on compatibility and security. The variety of IE configurations and add-ins across the Internet is tremendous." Hachamovitch said his team would seek...