Clinton wins big in South Carolina

Clinton thunders to big win in South Carolina | MSNBC >by Carrie Dann|02/27/16 07:00 PM—Updated 02/27/16 10:51 PM| RePost: 02/28/2016 9:35:48 AM| Hillary Clinton won a landslide victory in South Carolina’s Democratic primary Saturday, giving the Democratic front-runner a decisive boost of momentum heading into the Super Tuesday contests in just three days. Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders by double digits, dominating the minority vote in the diverse southern state and […]

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Obama sets out to nominate new justice

The casket of the late Supreme Court justice was placed in the court’s Great Hall on Friday, and thousands filed through to pay their respects. From left, Justices Elena Kagan, Samuel Alito, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Anthony Kennedy, Chief Justice John Roberts, Clarence Thomas, Stephen Breyer, and Sonia Sotomayor were among the mourners. The White House said Friday that it will go ahead with the nomination of a replacement on the court. Jacquelyn Martin/ Pool via The New York Times

Despite long odds, Obama sets out to nominate new justice – The Boston Globe By Kathleen Hennessey and Mary Clare Jalonick| Associated Press  02/20/2016 | RePost: 02/21/2016 4:24:27 AM| WASHINGTON — It may seem like Mission Impossible. Still, President Obama set out this week on a quest to put his third justice on the Supreme Court, hoping to overcome solid Republican opposition and difficult election-year politics in what likely will […]

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Governing: Clinton More Effectively

Governing: Clinton can govern more effectively/ David Goldman / AP

Clinton Can Govern More Effectively Than Sanders – The Atlantic Governing: Hillary Clinton’s realistic attitude is the only thing that can effect change in today’s political climate. Norm Ornstein | 02/5/2016 | RePost:02/07/2016 3:31:53 AM| Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz have something in common. Both have an electoral strategy predicated on the ability of a purist candidate to revolutionize the electorate—bringing droves of chronic non-voters to the polls because at […]

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