Spotlight: The Brutal Civil War In The GOP

There Is A Brutal Civil War In The GOP, And It Looks Like Karl Rove Will Be The First Casualty >by Grace Wyler | Nov. 10, 2012, 5:58 PM Karl Rove Grassroots Republican operatives and Movement conservatives are quickly turning against the GOP Establishment in the wake of the party’s expensive defeat this election cycle.Republicans we spoke to this week voiced a near-universal disgust with the national Republican Party leaders […]

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Spotlight: GOP voter suppression fueled black turnout

GOP voter suppression fueled black turnout >by Roland Martin, CNN Contributor| updated 10:33 AM EST, Sat November 10, 2012| Editor’s note: Roland Martin is a syndicated columnist and author of “The First: President Barack Obama’s Road to the White House.” He is a commentator for the TV One cable network and host/managing editor of its Sunday morning news show, “Washington Watch with Roland Martin.” (CNN) — As political pros, journalists […]

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Spotlight: How Obama won the middle

How Obama won the middle  And how Romney lost it >by Douglas E. Schoen / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS| Sunday, November 11, 2012, 4:27 AM President Barack Obama /M. Spencer Green/AP In a campaign defined by both party and class warfare, there was always going to be just a small segment of the American electorate up for grabs on Election Day. Indeed, an overwhelming majority of self-described partisans voted with […]

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Highlight: Thank you from the Obama Campaign

Thanks You Friends — I hope you saw Jim’s note with the video of President Obama thanking supporters and staff. I wanted to single you out especially because you’ve gone above and beyond in your support of the President. Over the past year, we faced an unprecedented amount of negative ad spending from our opponents — and the content of those attacks was often misleading, or just flat-out dishonest. But […]

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Spotlight: Karl Rove Shakes Fist, Stomps on Hat

Karl Rove Shakes Fist, Stomps on Hat >by Molly Schoemann| November 7, 2012 |   Karl Rove Defected During a brief, rare interview with CNN reporter Soledad O’Brien following President Obama’s re-election speech, conservative billionaire and notorious GOP financier David H. Koch was shown stroking his long handlebar mustache malevolently and telling voters, “I’ll get you next time, see. Nyeahhh.” “By the end of 2016 I’ll own two-thirds of Congress, and I’ll be the […]

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Spotlight: Karl Rove Shakes Fist, Stomps on Hat

Karl Rove Shakes Fist, Stomps on Hat >by Molly Schoemann| November 7, 2012 |   Karl Rove Defected During a brief, rare interview with CNN reporter Soledad O’Brien following President Obama’s re-election speech, conservative billionaire and notorious GOP financier David H. Koch was shown stroking his long handlebar mustache malevolently and telling voters, “I’ll get you next time, see. Nyeahhh.” “By the end of 2016 I’ll own two-thirds of Congress, and I’ll be the […]

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Spotlight: Rig The 2016 Election For Republicans is in!

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted (R) Ohio’s GOP Secretary of State Already Has A Plan To Rig The 2016 Election For Republicans >by Ian Millhiser and Josh Israel on Nov 9, 2012 at 9:53 am Last year, Pennsylvania’s Republican Gov. Tom Corbett proposed rigging the Electoral College vote in his state through a plan that would have given the majority of the state’s electors to Romney even after President […]

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Spotlight: Rig The 2016 Election For Republicans is in!

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted (R) Ohio’s GOP Secretary of State Already Has A Plan To Rig The 2016 Election For Republicans >by Ian Millhiser and Josh Israel on Nov 9, 2012 at 9:53 am Last year, Pennsylvania’s Republican Gov. Tom Corbett proposed rigging the Electoral College vote in his state through a plan that would have given the majority of the state’s electors to Romney even after President […]

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Spotlight: Top Republicans Suddenly Back Immigration Reform

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Top Republicans Suddenly Back Immigration Reform After Latinos Overwhelmingly Back Obama >by Amanda Peterson Beadle on Nov 9, 2012 at 9:01 am When Democrats tried to get the DREAM Act and a path to citizenship for young undocumented immigrants through Congress in 2010, Republicans blocked the immigration reform measure in the Senate. But after a campaign in which GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney staked out harsh anti-immigration positions, and with […]

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