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A new poll by Gallup showed Obama’s approval rating at a record low of 46 per cent since taking office. Independents and Republicans have grown wary of health care reform as an expensive government venture. Obama set Democratic leaders in … Continue reading →
In an interview on MSNBC, Sen. Evan Bayh declared the American political system “dysfunctional,” riddled with “brain-dead partisanship” and permanent campaigning. Flatly denying any possibility that he’d seek the presidency or any other higher office, Bayh argued that the American … Continue reading →
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (AP) – The Otero Tea Party Patriots and two other groups are planning a rally in Alamogordo on Saturday for people who want to voice their dissatisfaction with health care reform legislation, big government and the Obama administration. … Continue reading →
If you’re looking for work, don’t look in California. Employers in California are expected to keep cutting staff in 2010 as the wider U.S. jobs market recovers. As industries in other U.S. states prepare to rehire on signs of recovery, … Continue reading →