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Bill Clinton ‘disturbed and ticked off’

The former president says he’s angered by what he’s seen this campaign season. Read the full story from Politico…

Bill Quigley: Socialism? What a Joke! The Rich Are Winning the US Class War: Facts Show Rich Getting Richer, Everyone Else Poorer

Socialism? What a Joke! The rich and their paid false prophets are doing a bang up job deceiving the poor and middle class. They have convinced many that an evil…

Joe Manchin Not Endorsing Harry Reid for Leader, Obama for President

Gov. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, declined over the weekend to endorse Barack Obama for a second term for president or Sen. Harry Reid…

Paul Krugman: Obama’s Economic Policy Failed To Deliver

If Democrats do as badly as expected in next week’s elections, pundits will rush to interpret the results as a referendum on ideology. President Obama moved too far to the…

Robert Creamer: If You’re Deciding Who to Support or Whether to Vote — Follow the Money

In the movie version of the story of Watergate — All the President’s Men – the Nixon administration source who met Bob Woodward in the underground garage to provide him…

Dem excuse: Outside groups killed us

The idea that conservatives are buying their way to power is slipping into party leaders’ public rhetoric. Read the full story from Politico…

Senate unlikely to follow House on yuan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Senate is unlikely to take up pending China currency legislation following a weekend promise by the Group of 20 economic powers to shun currency devaluations for…

Biggest campaign spending day yet

Outside groups crush the previous record with last Tuesday’s $39.8 million spree. Read the full story from Politico…

Struggling Americans to candidates: Fix the economy, stupid

Struggling Americans to candidates: Fix the economy, stupid

Boarded-up homes and empty storefronts dot the once-prosperous town of Elkhart, Indiana, where those still struggling to recover from the economic collapse of 2008 have a simple message for politicians…

Warning to GOP: It ain’t over ’till the fat lady votes

Warning to GOP: It ain’t over ’till the fat lady votes

To understand Republicans’ nagging fear that the Nov. 2 elections might not be quite the massive triumph that many have predicted, check out Pennsylvania’s perplexing Senate race. Democratic Rep. Joe…