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  • Police: 7-Year-Old Involved In Violent Home Invasion In Juniata

    Authorities say a family friend found the victim in the backyard, on her knees, crying and begging for her life to be spared. When police arrived, they found her room ransacked, cabinets emptied and the victim, an Asian female with mental disabilities, beaten and robbed. “They hit her in the face with a rock, they used rope and also sticks and a potted plant,” Lt. John O’Hanlon explained. Police say the three suspects, described by the victim as black juveniles, ran away with the victim’s purse. Police were eventually able to identify the suspects as 7, 10 and 12-year-old boys....
  • Obama Camp, Sensing Shift, Bets on a Long Shot in Arizona

    04/15/2012 7:02:14 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 53 replies
    New York Times ^ | April 15, 2012 | by Adam Nagourney
    PHOENIX — President Obama’s re-election campaign is dispatching workers across Arizona’s college campuses and Latino neighborhoods this spring, registering as many new voters as they can in an organized, three-month effort to determine whether they can put this unlikely state into play for Democrats this November. By any measure the obstacles are considerable: Arizona has voted for precisely one Democratic president since Truman was in the White House. Yet Mr. Obama’s aides said in interviews that they thought it was possible they could move the needle of history by winning in 2012 a state that analysts believe is heading Democratic...
  • Top Obama campaign brass embark on college tour

    02/22/2012 12:57:51 PM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 5 replies
    MSNBC ^ | February 22, 2012 | By Carrie Dann
    CHICAGO -- While Republican presidential rivals continue to brawl over the nomination, President Obama's re-election campaign is aggressively courting one of the constituencies most enthusiastic about the Democratic flagbearer in 2008: swing-state college students and other voters under 30. The outreach events at 12 colleges and universities in 10 states over the next two months won't just entail some Facebook fan pages and the occasional celebrity drop-by. The Greater Together Summit Tour will include in-person policy discussions led by top re-elect brass like campaign manager Jim Messina, adviser David Axelrod, and deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter. Local officials, student leaders,...