Sharpton Advising Obama Insults Police — And Blacks

By rolling the red carpet out for black "leader" Al Sharpton, President Obama spits in the eye of every police officer — white, black or whatever. A federal war on police begins. Add a comment

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From Sterling to Bundy, how to respond when speech offends?

Donald Sterling. Paula Deen. Juan Williams. Cliven Bundy. Phil Robertson. Add a comment

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In VA System, Shinseki Resignation Fixes Nothing

The exit of Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki in the wake of a scandal is probably appropriate, but won't resolve the real issue: that of an agency that's gotten too big, arrogant and self-interested to control. Add a comment

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Americans Say U.S. In Decline And It's Bad For The World

Is the United States, the world's lone superpower, starting to fade, losing its way, its influence and its luster?

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Poll: Focus On Jobs, Not Income Gap Or Immigration

President Obama says he wants to focus his administration's efforts on closing the income gap between rich and poor, and Republicans in Congress have vowed to make immigration reform a top priority this year.

Both are wildly out of touch with the American public, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll.

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ObamaCare, Obama Support Hit Record Lows In New Poll

One in five Democrats now opposes ObamaCare, a record high, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll. And more than one in six Democrats now say they want it repealed, another new high.

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You ranked them: 10 top stories in America in 2013

It was a year of stormy headlines in 2013, from the fierce partisan rancor surrounding "Obamacare" to the emotionally charged divisions over guns, gay marriage, and race – as well as the devastating weather that afflicted the nation's heartland.

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Public To Obama — Cut A Deal On Debt Limit Hike: Poll

President Obama is sharply at odds with the American people in his refusal to consider any negotiations over raising the debt ceiling, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll.

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Views On Voter-ID Divide Along Party Lines

Contrary to prvailing public opinion, a federal court ruled Thursday against a Texas law that would require voters to show photo IDs at the polls.  In the latest IBD/TIPP Poll, three of every four (75%) believe voters should be required to show a photo ID at the polls.  This includes 55% of Democrats, 94% of Republicans and 80% of independents.  Only a majority of Democrats and liberals think voter ID requirement would disenfranchise Americans.

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Pennsylvania voter ID law: Key swing states tinker with Election 2012 rules

The ruling by a Pennsylvania judge Wednesday to allow a controversial voter identification law to go into effect puts a sharp focus on hyperpartisan voting rights battles heating up in key battleground states ahead of what could be a tight November election.

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Is America becoming a 'socialist state'? 40 percent say yes.

The perception that America is turning more socialist is not just a fringe view, according to a Monitor/TIPP poll. Debate over the size of government could influence November elections.

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40% Think Taboo 'S' Word Fits Obama Era

Government: A new poll shows that two in five Americans worry America is heading toward socialism under President Obama. The evidence flies in the face of media reports pooh-poohing the notion.

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The People Say Check For Photo IDs On Election Day

Elections: Democratic politicians consider photo ID requirements discriminatory, but the people disagree. There's broad support for preventing illegal voting, a reflection of how precious Americans hold the right to vote. Add a comment

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Trayvon Martin Case: Sparks Of Racial Violence Appear

Police report isolated incidents of blacks attacking whites in the name of 'justice for Trayvon Martin.' The incidents are rare, but they indicate frustrations in the African-American community.

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Poll: Trayvon Martin case divides US by race, age, wealth, and politics

New polls show a distinct split in how Americans view the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Some groups, including blacks, women, and Democrats, are more likely to see race as a key factor. Add a comment

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Gun nation: Inside America's gun-carry culture

Why Americans now carry handguns in so many public places, from parks to college campuses. Is it making the country safer or more dangerous?

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The etiquette gap: From Newt and Mitt to Facebook and texting

Newt Gingrich calling Mitt Romney a liar, boorish friends texting at dinner, bad Facebook manners: The nation's etiquette gap – from a shove to a shooting – can breed more incivility. Add a comment

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At 2012 Academy Awards, 'The Help' appeals across party lines

Sometimes Republicans and Democrats have different film tastes. Last year, it was "True Grit" vs. "The King's Speech." But this year, Americans across party lines are enjoying "The Help," the film about African-American maids during the civil rights era, a Christian Science Monitor/TIPP poll shows.

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IBD Poll: Americans See Recession, Tax Hikes In 2012

As President Obama enters the final year of his first term in office, Americans appear to be deeply pessimistic, our year-end IBD/TIPP survey finds....

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Occupy Wall Street Won't Be Dems' Tea Party In 2012

Many Democrats hope to reap a ballot box benefit in 2012 from the Occupy Wall Street protests. But so far there is little sign that OWS will become an organized force for impacting elections.

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