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Is Jeb Bush wrong to admire James K. Polk?

Saturday, 01 August 2015 17:16 Written by
“One of the presidents that I really admire, and he’s not—I think people rank him pretty good, the historians who look at this—is James K. Polk,” noted Jeb Bush at a town hall event in Sioux City, Iowa, two weeks ago. “Ever read about him?” Follow Us Get POLITICO Magazine in your feeds Follow @politicomagMost Popular Top Stories, Videos & Photos
'Good Food' vs. 'Big Food'
Saturday, 01 August 2015 17:16 Written by
The leaders of the so-called good food sector — including Chipotle, Whole Foods and Applegate — are winning big in the marketplace, but they’re losing to their Big Food cousins in Washington. There is virtually no “good food” industry lobbying strategy in place, as the vanguards of healthier eating have largely ignored Capitol Hill, leaving the traditional food and beverage powerhouses — which spend more than $36 million last year on lobbying — to push
Somalia’s President says polls will not take place
Saturday, 01 August 2015 17:13 Written by
To Somalia now where prospects for its 2016 elections remain bleak. The President has declared the anticipated general elections will not take place after ruling out any possibility of an extension to his term. CCTV’s Mohamed Hirmoge filed the report. Video Management, Video Hosting, Video Streaming, Video Platform Video Player by Kaltura Share this: Share Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share
Simultaneous Regional Head Elections In Indonesia 2015
Saturday, 01 August 2015 17:08 Written by
Indonesia is one of the largest democratic countries in the world. Legislative elections and presidential election 2014 have passed quite well, although there are still many problems in terms of implementation. Mass media is also one of the freest in the world. The General Election Commission (KPU) is now preparing the implementation of the Regional Head Election simultaneously in the first wave on December 9, 2015, for the regional head and regional deputy head towards…
Judge wants Clinton confirmation on State Dept. emails
Saturday, 01 August 2015 17:01 Written by
A federal judge is ordering the State Department to ask Hillary Clinton to confirm, under penalty of perjury, that she has turned over certain work-related emails kept on a private email server during her Foggy Bottom tenure. "The Government is HEREBY ORDERED to: (1) identify any and all servers, accounts, hard drives, or other devices currently in the possession or control of the State Department or otherwise that may contain responsive information; (2) request that…
Congress corporator externed
Saturday, 01 August 2015 16:57 Written by
Nagpur: Congress corporator Purushottam Hazare was externed for two years from city and rural district last week by an order issued by police commissioner SP Yadav. Hazare was handed over to his relative in Bhandara district by police, urging him to stay away from city. Hazare has several cases of assault and other charges against him at Kalamna police station. The preventive action was initiated against him to ensure that anti-social activities were kept under…
Joe Biden said to be considering presidential bid
Saturday, 01 August 2015 16:44 Written by
Vice President Joe Biden is still thinking about whether he will run for president and challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination, according to people familiar with his thinking. Biden would need to finalize his decision by September in order to give himself enough time to get a ground organization and fundraising operation running. His chief of staff Steve Richetti has been reaching out to and fielding inquiries from Democratic leaders and some donors, to…
Biden ???Not Saying No??? to Potential Presidential Run
Saturday, 01 August 2015 16:44 Written by
Vice President Joe Biden's political operation has entered a more active phase in recent days, with several moves being contemplated to clear the way for him to run for president should he choose to do so, two longtime Biden advisers tell ABC News. The vice president himself has not authorized any specific moves, but nor has he objected, a signal Biden confidantes take as suggesting he's serious about potentially challenging Hillary Clinton for the Democratic
Congress wonders: Can the nation survive without Planned Parenthood?
Saturday, 01 August 2015 16:39 Written by
posted at 5:31 pm on August 1, 2015 by Ed Morrissey Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Perhaps we’d muddle through as a republic if the federal government stopped using Planned Parenthood as a contractor, but not everyone in Congress is convinced. As the Senate moves to debate whether to end federal subsidies for the abortion industry leader, Susan Collins wonders where women
Joe Biden still considering a presidential bid
Saturday, 01 August 2015 16:37 Written by
Vice President Joe Biden is still thinking about whether he will run for president and challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination, according to people familiar with his thinking. Biden would need to finalize his decision by September in order to give himself enough time to get a ground organization and fundraising operation running. His chief of staff Steve Richetti has been reaching out to and fielding inquiries from Democratic leaders and some donors, to…
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