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Law And Dissed Orders

I can’t say that I think Greg Sargent is totally wrong about the President’s decision to sandbag on an executive order on preventing federal contractors from discriminating against people based on gender or sexual orientation. He’s right when he says the White House is being too cute by half here.…

Feingold: Occupy Wall St. ‘will make the tea party look like a tea party’

Add Russ Feingold to the list of prominent names backing Occupy Wall Street. The former Wisconsin senator sat down for an interview with the Washington Post‘s Greg Sargent and stated how the protests will outdo its right-wing counterpart. “This is like the Tea Party — only it’s real,” he said.…

Fox devotees twice as likely to fear Sharia law in US: poll

WASHINGTON – Four in ten devotees of the Fox News Channel fear that American Muslims want to establish Islamic Sharia law in the United States, according to a new survey. A survey released this week by the Public Religion Research Institute found that viewers who trust Fox News as their…

House to take up health care repeal next week, Cantor spokesman tells Raw

The office of Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) confirmed to Raw Story that the House would move forward with its bill to repeal health care reform next week. “As the White House noted, it is important for Congress to get back to work, and to that end we will resume…

Leaked: Democrats’ talking points all but concede House even before election results come in

A copy of Democrats’ talking points for election day has been leaked — and notably, they don’t cling to the belief that Democrats will hold onto the House. Instead, the talking points argue the meme of “it could have been worse,” akin to the message that began filtering out through…

Maddow exposes delusional GOP ‘fake secret agent’ candidates

Some Republican candidates may be offering voters more than they bargained for in the fall midterms. At least four prominent GOP candidates have claimed to have received classified information or have special roles in law enforcement. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow pointed out Monday that in each case there is little or…

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