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GOP primary with few voters will cost New Haven $25,000

New Haven, Connecticut doesn’t have a lot of Republican voters. Current figures show only 2,458 Republicans, out of an overall total of 64,302 who are registered to vote. Despite that, state law requires the city to spend $25,000 on next month’s GOP presidential primary. That would be over $10 per…

Elderly NV Republican voters boo, shove ‘L.A. Times’ reporter at rally

A Los Angeles Times reporter was covering a caucus event in southern Nevada when things suddenly got ugly on Saturday. The Associated Press says that reporter Ashley Powers was booed by a group of elderly Republican voters and accused of being a spy before being asked to leave. Powers was…

WATCH LIVE: C-SPAN coverage of New Hampshire primaries

Watch live video from C-SPAN 1, as Republican voters gather throughout New Hampshire to choose a nominee, below:  …

WATCH LIVE: C-SPAN coverage of Iowa caucuses

Watch live video from C-SPAN 1, as Republican voters gather throughout Iowa to choose a nominee, below:  …

Bachmann urges missile alert, blockade against Iran

Republican White House hopeful Michele Bachmann said Monday that if elected she would erect a blockade against Tehran and put US missiles on alert “to let Iran know that we mean business” over its nuclear program. One day before Republican voters in the midwestern state of Iowa officially make their…

Gingrich surge reshapes Republican race

WASHINGTON — New polls of the volatile Republican presidential race showed Tuesday that surging Newt Gingrich is extending his lead, both in the leadoff Iowa caucus nominating contest and nationwide. Two surveys of likely voters in the Iowa caucuses on January 3 show the former firebrand Republican House speaker a…

“Real” Americans? Really?

The fact that McCain/Palin is actively pursuing the unabashedly fascist tactic of dividing Americans into “real” Americans and the rest of us* has caused me to do some personal accounting. After all, I’ve been both a “real” American and a “fake” one in my time. (“Real” seems to indicate a…

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