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Al Franken is a big, fat tax cheater

Al Franken, the Rush Limbaugh of the left wing, is finding out the glare of the political spotlight can raise questions about his own honesty and integrity. Frankin, the comedian turned…

Is Barack Obama too smart to be President?

Is Barack Obama too smart to be President of the United States? Are Americans afraid to elect a leader who might actually know what he (or she) is doing? George W.…

Race card plays both ways

With the first African American to have a viable chance of becoming president of the United States, it is inevitable that the race card would be played somewhere along the…

‘Bored’ Obama tired of Clinton tactics

A "bored" Barack Obama is changing his campaign style to try and woo back working class voters and put Hillary Rodham Clinton away so he concentrate on running against presumptive…

Destruction of the Democratic party

More and more political experts believe we are witnessing the outright destruction of the Democratic Party during the increasingly bitter, overwhelmingly petty and unbelievably angry primary season. …

Top black Congressman nails Clintons

The highest-ranking African-American in Congress has called campaign tactics by Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband "scurrilous" and "disingenous" and says there is a growing belief that the Clintons are…

Will racism decide Presidential race?

Hillary Clinton's big win in Pennsylvania is reviving the question of whether racial prejudice among some US voters could scupper her Democratic presidential foe Barack Obama's quest for history. Clinton anchored…

Party loyalties signal a tight election

At various times during the past few months, as many as 25 percent of Democrats have said they'll vote for John McCain if Barack Obama/Hillary Rodham Clinton is not the…

Will the Democrats blow a sure thing?

Historically, the majority party in the U.S. House loses seats following off-year gains. So Democratic leaders began this election season believing that with an unpopular Republican lame duck president, a…

In the end, superdelegates decide it all

Hillary Clinton, buoyed by her win in the Pennsylvania primary, piled pressure on top Democratic Party officials who hold the key to her gripping White House feud with Barack Obama. …