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Is the GOP Looking to Newt Gingrich?  

Is the GOP Looking to Newt Gingrich?

After Tuesday's embarrassing rout, Republicans need a Moses to lead them out of the political wilderness. Read more »

Secret Service: Sarah Palin's Rhetoric Led to Spike in Death Threats Against Obama  

Secret Service: Sarah Palin's Rhetoric Led to Spike in Death Threats Against Obama

News of the obvious ... Read more »

On Iran and Obama, Battle Lines Being Drawn  

On Iran and Obama, Battle Lines Being Drawn

Everyone has an opinion on how Obama should respond to Ahmadinejad's post-election overture. Read more »

In Alaska, Stevens-Begich Race is Far From Over  

In Alaska, Stevens-Begich Race is Far From Over

Stevens currently holds a tiny lead, but there are quite a large number of ballots yet to be counted. Read more »

Will.i.am:  

Will.i.am: "It's A New Day"

The "Yes We Can" artist's first music video since the election. Read more »

My Shameful Confession: I Owe Bush Everything  

My Shameful Confession: I Owe Bush Everything

This imbecilic little man has given me a direction and a purpose that I had previously been lacking. Read more »

Another Election Victory: Anti-Muslim Rep Goes Down in VA  

Another Election Victory: Anti-Muslim Rep Goes Down in VA

Virgil Goode, the creepy congressman who launched an ugly campaign following the election of Muslim Rep. Keith Ellison, was defeated Tuesday. Read more »

A Sexual Rights Agenda  

A Sexual Rights Agenda

Here's what Obama should do to protect sexual rights. Read more »

International Observers Give 2008 Election a Passing Grade  

International Observers Give 2008 Election a Passing Grade

A report by the international election observers finds well-known problems, but approves of Tuesday's vote. Read more »

With 220-Vote Lead, Norm Coleman Trying to Keep Ballots from Being Counted  

With 220-Vote Lead, Norm Coleman Trying to Keep Ballots from Being Counted

The results of the Minnesota Senate race pitting the incumbent against Al Franken are close enough to trigger a recount. Read more »

Obama Victory Boosts Gun Sales  

Obama Victory Boosts Gun Sales

According to Reuters, the Democratic victory on Tuesday is boosting gun sales in parts of the country that are fearful of new gun control laws. Read more »

 

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