January 2011

AP fact-check says Obama SOTU doesn’t add up - Hot Air


CBS News
AP fact-check says Obama SOTU doesn't add up
Hot Air
In yesterday's State of the Union speech, Barack Obama set himself on two contradictory courses. Obama knew he had to pay lip service to the anger among Americans over the profligate spending Congress conducted over the last four years,
Unclear whether the cuts add upDetroit Free Press
SOTU: Obama wants to cut deficit while “investing”United Liberty

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Corporate tax rates beg for cut but reform tough to achieve - USA Today


Reuters
Corporate tax rates beg for cut but reform tough to achieve
USA Today
Experts say the odds that Congress will heed President Obama's call this week to slash corporate tax rates are the highest they've been in years. President Obama gives his State of the Union speech on Tuesday flanked by Vice
Geithner: 'Level Playing Field' Key in Tax RevampWall Street Journal
Obama calls for cut in corporate tax, loopholesReuters
Obama's Proposal to Simplify Tax Code Complicated by a Mix of Tax BreaksBloomberg
The Associated Press -NPR -Kansas City Star
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Iowa Politics Insider: Santorum picks up two Iowa advisers - DesMoinesRegister.com


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Iowa Politics Insider: Santorum picks up two Iowa advisers
DesMoinesRegister.com
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum has recruited two veteran Iowa Republican operatives to advise his political action committee, another step that signals serious consideration of a presidential run. The two are Nick Ryan, a top aide to former US
Ex-Pa. senator hires Iowa campaign staffUPI.com
Santorum may try Iowa caucus in presidential bidPittsburgh Post Gazette
Santorum's New Iowa Staffers Have Ties To Shadowy Conservative Advocacy GroupTPMDC
The State Column -Charleston Gazette -KGAN
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Pawlenty PAC could be in wind-down mode - Washington Post


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Pawlenty PAC could be in wind-down mode
Washington Post
AP ST. PAUL, Minn. — Republican Tim Pawlenty's political action committee spent most of its money last year and has a low cash balance that could signal the possible presidential candidate is ready to wind it down. A filing Friday with federal
Pawlenty courting social conservatives in IowaIowa Independent
Tim Pawlenty: Michele Bachmann Would Be 'A Strong Candidate' For PresidentHuffington Post
Minnesotans with eyes on presidency differ in political stylesDesMoinesRegister.com
kypost.com -RealClearPolitics -Coon Rapids Herald
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Still room for everyone in GOP presidential nomination contest - Washington Post


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Still room for everyone in GOP presidential nomination contest
Washington Post
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani said last week on CNBC that he is "absolutely" open to considering another presidential run in 2012. That tells you all you need to know about the fluidity of the GOP's coming nomination contest.
Romney wins straw poll in NH as Tea Party candidate takes GOP chairmanshipBoston Globe
Mitt Romney easily wins New Hampshire Republican pollReuters
Mitt Romney wins GOP presidential straw poll in New HampshireLos Angeles Times
Christian Science Monitor -Boston Herald -NPR
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The Fix: Can George Allen exorcise the ghosts of 2006? - Washington Post


MiamiHerald.com
The Fix: Can George Allen exorcise the ghosts of 2006?
Washington Post
Former Virginia Sen. George Allen (R) will re-emerge on the national political stage today, taking the first formal steps to challenge Sen. Jim Webb (D) in 2012. Allen will make his plans known in an email to
Allen to announce Senate bid MondayPolitico
Ex-GOP senator George Allen to make comebackUSA Today
Report: George Allen To Launch Comeback Senate Bid TodayTPMDC
msnbc.com -CNN Political Ticker (blog) -Politics Daily
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Powell still bullish on Obama, not joining govt - The Associated Press


Washington Post
Powell still bullish on Obama, not joining govt
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on Sunday ruled out a return to government service but said he still supports President Barack Obama even though he hasn't yet decided who to vote for in 2012. The highly respected retired
Powell 'not committed' to Obama, or anybody, yet in 2012USA Today
Powell Says He's Not Committed to Back Obama in 2012 Presidential RaceBloomberg
Colin Powell: No Guarantee I'll Back Obama in 2012The Atlanta Post
Creative Loafing Tampa (blog) -NECN -New York Magazine
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Tea Party Activist Takes Over New Hampshire GOP - New York Times


The Guardian
Tea Party Activist Takes Over New Hampshire GOP
New York Times
The candidates Juliana Bergeron and Jack Kimball got together for photos before voting in New Hampshire on Saturday. Mr. Kimball was chosen to lead the state's Republicans. By ABBY GOODNOUGH DERRY, NH — A fight to lead the New Hampshire Republican
Tea party figure to lead NH GOPWashington Post
New Hampshire GOP picks tea party-style leaderThe Associated Press
New Hampshire's place in geopoliticsThe Guardian
Pittsburgh Post Gazette -The Union Leader -The Keene Sentinel
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Conn. to feel sting from loss of political clout - Boston Globe


Centre Daily Times
Conn. to feel sting from loss of political clout
Boston Globe
AP / January 22, 2011 HARTFORD, Conn.—Sen. Joe Lieberman's announcement that he would not seek a fifth term in the US Senate in 2012 marked the latest hit to Connecticut's political clout in Washington. Without veterans like Lieberman
Conn. to feel sting from loss of political cloutNECN
Lieberman: a most valuable DemocratPocono Record
Sen. Joe Lieberman says he will retire in 2012TMC Net
Huffington Post (blog) -Desert Dispatch -Denver Post
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Today’s Michele Bachmann visit to Iowa looks like a caucus preview - DesMoinesRegister.com


Boston Globe
Today's Michele Bachmann visit to Iowa looks like a caucus preview
DesMoinesRegister.com
The Family Leader, an Iowa social conservative advocacy group, announced Thursday that five Republican presidential prospects plan to participate in a series of Iowa lectures ahead of the state Republican Party's straw poll in Ames in August.
Rep. Bachmann Speaks in IowaKEYC
Bachmann 'encouraged' in IowaCNN Political Ticker (blog)
Michele Bachmann to deliver her own State of the Union rebuttalWashington Post
USA Today -The Associated Press -Fox News
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