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MSNBC

There is a chasm the size of the Grand Canyon between Republicans and Democrats on the Iraq war. More ominous for the GOP is that independents are coming down on the anti-war side, if slightly less vociferously than Democrats.

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Viking Spirit's blog

Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) has a simple solution to future shooting massacres such as the one that ripped apart Virginia Tech university Monday: more guns.

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AP

YouTube, the popular video Web site, wants you to have a little face time with the presidential candidates. Starting Tuesday, White House contenders from both parties will take turns posting videos on YouTube’s News and Politics site, and YouTube wat

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Politico

Advisers to Fred Thompson said his decision to disclose his cancer after keeping it secret for more than two years -- and the way he let the news out -- reflects his growing seriousness about tackling a race for the White House.

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Barack Obama has raised $25 million for his campaign to be president of the United States. Hillary Clinton has raised $26 million plus an extra $10 million transferred over from her senatorial campaign. John Edwards has raised more than $14 million

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by Scott Horton (AntiWar)

You have the most consistent antiwar record of any congressman from either party. If one goes back and reads your speeches from years and years ago, they are just the same as the ones today – taking the strict antiwar position. This is obviously due

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NewsMax.com

"They know that no one they've put forth is gonna do it, and they sure as hell don't want Ron Paul, so they have to find a stand in. With the PJM attention he's been getting, I was confused about the angle. But, it's obv

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60 Minutes

Senator John McCain says the House, the Senate and the majority of the American people are all wrong when it comes to Iraq. He set out to prove it last week by walking into the heart of Baghdad. What he said about security after that walk set off fro

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AP

Gov. Eliot Spitzer signed legislation moving New York's presidential primary to Feb. 5, further setting the stage for a mid-winter political showdown that could leave Americans with the longest general election campaign ever.

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AP

Officials in the four states where Mitt Romney has lived say the Republican presidential contender, who calls himself a lifelong hunter, never took out a hunting license. Romney says that is because he seldom has hunted where he needed one.

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Drudge Report

Presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) says he misspoke in comments he made about security in Baghdad and acknowledged that heavily armed troops and helicopter gunships accompanied him when he visited a market there. McCain tells this to Scot

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AntiWar Radio

Presidential candidate Ron Paul explains his foreign policy principles applied to the Bush doctrine, the “isolationist” smear, the motives of the bin Laden movement, his belief the Middle East would be more peaceful without American military presence

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Drudge Report

A new spot on presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain's upper forehead is raising concern among campaign watchers. The dark nickle-sized spot was evident this week as McCain toured Iraq.

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www.politico.com

Nine GOP White House hopefuls will participate in a May 3 debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, an event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, in conjunction with MSNBC and The Politico.

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