April 2008

Its Candidates Otherwise Engaged, Democratic Party Goes After McCain - New York Times


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Its Candidates Otherwise Engaged, Democratic Party Goes After McCain
New York Times - Apr 28, 2008
By JIM RUTENBERG WASHINGTON - With no end in sight to the nominating contest between Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, the Democratic Party has begun its first sustained advertising campaign against Senator John McCain, introducing a
Boycott by conservatives could be needed wake-up call for GOP USA Today
CBS/NYT Poll: Dems Split Between Clinton, Obama CBS2 Chicago
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Barack Obama cuts bait with Jeremiah Wright - Los Angeles Times


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Barack Obama cuts bait with Jeremiah Wright
Los Angeles Times - Apr 29, 2008
The break between Barack Obama and his onetime pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, is now official. In comments in North Carolina today, Obama noted that he had given Wright the "benefit of the doubt" when the furor over the preacher first erupted in
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Another Primary Plan Proposed in Michigan - New York Times


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Another Primary Plan Proposed in Michigan
New York Times - Apr 29, 2008
By John M. Broder Yet another proposal to resolve the mess arising from Michigan’s too-early primary has been floated, this time by a group of prominent Democrats.
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• Rev. Wright Calls Criticism of Sermons 'Attack on Black Church' - Washington Post


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• Rev. Wright Calls Criticism of Sermons 'Attack on Black Church'
Washington Post - Apr 28, 2008
In an appearance before the Washington media, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright said Monday that criticism surrounding his fiery sermons is an attack on the black church and rejected those who have labeled him unpatriotic.
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Obama Calls Minister's Comments 'Outrageous' - Washington Post


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Obama Calls Minister's Comments 'Outrageous'
Washington Post - 21 hours ago
By Peter Slevin and Darryl Fears WINSTON-SALEM, NC, April 29 — Using his sharpest language yet, Sen. Barack Obama strived to distance himself further from his former longtime pastor on Tuesday, calling the Rev.
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Obama’s Remarks on Wright - New York Times


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Obama’s Remarks on Wright
New York Times - Apr 29, 2008
The following is a transcript of a press conference held by Senator Barack Obama in response to recent statements by his former pastor, the Rev.
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Ron Paul's troops quietly take over some local GOP groups - Los Angeles Times


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Ron Paul's troops quietly take over some local GOP groups
Los Angeles Times - 15 hours ago
If anybody thought the Ron Paul Revolution had expired, they need to rethink that one. Clearly, the 72-year-old libertarian-minded Texas representative was not going to win the Republican Party's nomination this year with his 12, 20 or 42 delegates,
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Taking Sharp Tone, Obama Breaks With Ex-Pastor - New York Times


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Taking Sharp Tone, Obama Breaks With Ex-Pastor
New York Times - 9 hours ago
By JEFF ZELENY and ADAM NAGOURNEY WINSTON-SALEM, NC - Senator Barack Obama broke forcefully on Tuesday with his former pastor, the Rev.
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Vexing Issue for the Clinton Campaign: What to Make of Bill? - New York Times


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Vexing Issue for the Clinton Campaign: What to Make of Bill?
New York Times - 21 hours ago
Former President Bill Clinton, who stumped on Sunday in New Castle, Ind., has often drawn attention to himself with remarks about the Obama campaign.
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Rev. Wright Defends Church, Blasts Media - New York Times


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Rev. Wright Defends Church, Blasts Media
New York Times - Apr 28, 2008
By Kate Phillips In three major appearances in the last four days, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. offered a full-throated historical defense of black church traditions.
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