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Mitt Romney gets a public spanking by Obama’s foreign policy advisors

Mitt Romney gets a public spanking by Obama’s foreign policy advisors

That’s gonna leave a mark It’s not rare these days to hear Mitt Romney lying his ass off about President Obama and all the things President Romney would do to make things better. However, it IS rare to see as thorough and effective a response as the one from President Obama’s foreign policy team this week in Foreign Policy magazine. […]

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Michigan Gov. Snyder signs law that retroactively benefits only brother of GOP party chair Bobby Schostak

Michigan Gov. Snyder signs law that retroactively benefits only brother of GOP party chair Bobby Schostak

The arrogance and audacity of Michigan Republicans continues On Thursday, Governor Rick Snyder signed a bill into law that goes into effect retroactively. The retroactive aspect of this bill benefits one person: David Schostak, brother and business partner of Michigan Republican Party chair Bobby Schostak. The bill overturns court decisions against Schostak that have him responsible for $2.4 million from […]

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President Obama gets pair of personalized New Balance running shoes

President Obama gets pair of personalized New Balance running shoes

Democrat Mike Michaud urges military to outfit troops in USA-made gear Democratic Congressman Mike Michaud from Maine has introduced legislation requiring the U.S. military to outfit our troops in gear that is 100% USA-made. To bring attention to his effort, he had New Balance, a footwear manufacturer in his district and one of the last remaining domestic shoe companies, manufacture […]

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BREAKING: Keith Olbermann to join Fox News

BREAKING: Keith Olbermann to join Fox News

New show will focus on one topic exclusively In a move certain to send shockwaves throughout cable news, liberal commentator and former ESPN, MSNBC and Current TV host Keith Olbermann has announced that he is joining Fox News to host a new nightly show at 5 PM. The program, tentatively titled “Gored”, will be entirely focused on criticizing former Vice-President […]

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Federal judge throws out FEC ruling that shields funders of political attack ads

Federal judge throws out FEC ruling that shields funders of political attack ads

Sunshine on elections makes me happy… U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has thrown out a 2007 FEC ruling that allowed some funders of political ads to remain anonymous, striking a blow for transparency and sterilizing sunlight on at least some of the political attack ads we see ad nauseum during election Silly Season. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson […]

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Wall Street has its best 1st quarter since 1998

Wall Street has its best 1st quarter since 1998

Lookin’ good, lookin’ good… This bodes well for the Obama re-election campaign. The Republicans are counting on a tanking economy and for corporate interests to come running to their rescue. And then comes this: Wall Street had its best first quarter since … wait for it … 1998! Despite falling six out of the last nine sessions, the S&P 500 […]

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Romney believes Obama may be conspiring to “sell out the country’s interests after the election is over”

Romney believes Obama may be conspiring to “sell out the country’s interests after the election is over”

Derp. I was reading an article in the National Journal about how the Obama campaign is asking Mitt Romney to release more of his tax records. It appears that he may have gamed the system in the past to pump up the value of his IRA into the tens of millions of dollars. Then I came across this bit of […]

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Obama administration announces Great Lakes offshore wind consortium

Obama administration announces Great Lakes offshore wind consortium

This will blow your mind…err…wind turbine

In an effort to jump start a recently-announced $180 million initiative to spur the development of offshore wind energy projects, the Obama administration and the Department of Energy today announced the formation of 5-state, 15-agency consortium in the Great Lakes region to cut through red tape and shorten the licensing period for new offshore developments. (I have written about the various types of offshore wind turbines HERE.)

More after the jump…

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Women understand what’s at stake in 2012

Women understand what’s at stake in 2012

Imagine the media freakout if Romney led the President by 12% Here’s something you may not have heard: In the Pew Research Center’s most recent national survey, conducted March 7-11, Obama led Mitt Romney by 20 points (58% to 38%) among women voters. It marked the second consecutive month that Obama held such a wide advantage over Romney among women […]

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Programming note: Eclectablog on Tim Skubick’s “Off The Record” NEXT WEEK

Programming note: Eclectablog on Tim Skubick’s “Off The Record” NEXT WEEK

I’m heading off to East Lansing this morning to record a “Bloggers Edition” of “Off the Record”, Tim Skubick’s political talk show. If you’re not from Michigan, this is sort of the state-level version of “Meet the Press”. I’ll be on the show with Democratic political consultant Joe Disano and the Mackinac Center’s Jack Spencer. The show airs this evening […]

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Michigan Republicans ignore a House floor full of Democrats calling for a roll call vote (PHOTO)

Michigan Republicans ignore a House floor full of Democrats calling for a roll call vote (PHOTO)

This is NOT what Democracy looks like As I reported yesterday, on Monday Ingham County Circuit Judge Clinton Canady III will consider whether to grant the Michigan House Democrats a Restraining Order against Republicans who they say are violating the state constitution by denying them roll call votes on making laws take “immediate effect”. The Michigan Republicans in a rather […]

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