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George Pataki's stop at a New Hampshire farmer's market

Sunday, 30 August 2015 17:21 Written by
August 30, 2015, 6:03 PM|New Hampshire farmer Gail Prince peddles a tomato to the the Republican presidential candidate as he makes a pit stop at a New Hampshire farmer's market
31 Senators Back Iran Deal, 3 Short to Sustain Veto Featured
Sunday, 30 August 2015 17:11 Written by
U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley, a Democrat from Oregon, said Sunday he would support the nuclear deal with Iran, moving President Barack Obama a step closer to having sufficient backing to ensure the deal stands. "I believe the agreement, titled the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is the best available strategy to block Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon," Merkley wrote in a statement published on Medium.com. Obama is trying to muster 34 votes in…
Hillary Clinton’s plausible deniability defense is old
Sunday, 30 August 2015 17:09 Written by
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30, 2015 – Hillary Clinton is often hailed, and promoted by the Left, as the smartest woman in America. A former attorney and Sal Alinsky disciple, this is a woman who is guilty of perpetuating one of the most blazoned of national travesties…ignoring established security protocol on the handling of classified material. But what she claims, over and over, is plausible deniability defined as: “…The ability for persons (typically senior officials in a…
Congress focus on municipal bypolls
Sunday, 30 August 2015 17:06 Written by
The byelections to 13 municipal wards in the national capital will lead to a do or die battle for the Congress, which was completely washed out in the February Assembly elections after remaining in power for 15 consecutive years. The party, wh-ich also failed to secure a majority in any of the three municipal bodies, is said to be making desp-erate attempts to register its victory in the bypolls. The State Election Commission is yet…
UN special envoy for freedom of religion in town
Sunday, 30 August 2015 17:04 Written by
United Nations Special Rapporteur Heiner Bielefeldt arrived in the capital yesterday for a nine-day mission to assess the state of freedom of religion or belief regarding gender, women, children, and particularly, religious minority or indigenous community issues in the country. He will meet government officials, representatives of religious or belief communities and minority and indigenous. He will share his preliminary findings with the media on September 9. Bielefeldt will present a report with his conclusions…
BREAKING STATE RULES? Md. ethics board to review O'Malley's home purchases
Sunday, 30 August 2015 16:53 Written by
Democratic Presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is facing questions about whether he violated state ethics rules when buying furniture from the governor’s mansion at cut-rate prices before his departure. A Maryland assistant attorney general on Friday asked a state ethics commission to rule on whether O’Malley’s purchases violated rules on state property, according to documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun, which first reported the story. O'Malley and his wife, Catherine O'Malley, reportedly paid $9,638 for 54…
Grieving parents of American journalist Steven Sotloff who was beheaded by ISIS jihadi speaks of their pain since his death and their anger at the Obama administration
Sunday, 30 August 2015 16:44 Written by
Shirley and Arthur Sotloff, from South Florida have shunned the limelight since their son's high profile and shocking death in 2014They have, instead, had to cope in the aftermath of The Islamic State group's release of the video showing a Jihadi beheading their sonThey lay blame at the head of the U.S. government and condemn the Obama administration for not doing more to bring their son homeBut they have also chosen to channel their grief…
In Alaska, Obama to rename tallest U.S. peak
Sunday, 30 August 2015 16:32 Written by
Story highlightsPresident Barack Obama is traveling to Alaska to discuss climate change for the weekHe will be renaming the country's tallest mountain from Mt. McKinley to Denali Anchorage, Alaska (CNN)To hear the White House describe Alaska, the state has become the canary in the climate change coal mine, complete with raging wildfires, accelerating ice melt in the arctic, vanishing glaciers and whole villages forced to relocate away from rising seas.
Why the New Black Nationalism Is a Dead End
Sunday, 30 August 2015 16:32 Written by
Why the New Black Nationalism Is a Dead End ByJoel Kotkin, The Daily Beast - August 30, 2015 Print Comments Read Full Article » Related Topics: Race Issues Print Comments RCP Log In | Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.
Delayed Egypt elections to start on October 17
Sunday, 30 August 2015 16:20 Written by
Cairo (AFP) - Egypt's much delayed legislative elections, the first since President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted his Islamist predecessor and cracked down on the opposition, will be contested between October and December. Electoral commission chief Ayman Abbas said on Sunday that voting will be in phases from October 17 to December 2, with a new 568-seat parliament in place by the end of the year. The polls come more than two years after Sisi, then…
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