Inside Politics Archive: September 2011


  • Rasmussen Reports: Palin bid gets thumbs down

    A new Rasmussen Reports shows that most voters — including Republicans — think it would be bad idea for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to jump into the presidential race. Published September 2 2011

  • Race for Weiner's seat a dead heat, poll says

    A new Republican poll shows the race for the seat vacated by disgraced New York City Rep. Anthony D. Weiner — once thought to be a lock for Democrats — is now dead even. Published September 2 2011

  • House to send delegations to 9/11 events

    The House plans to send bipartisan delegations to memorial services in New York City, Arlington, Va., and Shanksville, Penn., marking the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Published September 2 2011

  • One calls field 'same as the old boss'

    Struggling to snag headlines in the press and to get invites to presidential debates, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson rolled out new ads on the web this week that dub him "The People's President" and look to distance him from the rest of the Republican field on taxes and spending. Published September 1 2011

  • Instead of speech, Obama will meet NASCAR champ

    Now that President Obama won't be speaking to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, he's added an event to his schedule that both parties can agree on -- celebrating the NASCAR champion. Published September 1 2011

  • Obama hits new lows in new polls

    The polls just keep getting worse for President Obama, who sank to new lows in two surveys released Thursday. Published September 1 2011

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