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Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates says he has no doubt that the nation's war strategy in Afghanistan is sound.
White House sends spending wish list
The primary process exists in American politics as a mechanism in which members of a party can hold its incumbents accountable, as well as allow voters to determine the candidate they feel best fits their views, goals and mood in a general election. Both parties support this process rhetorically, cheering on a good debate and then demanding unity behind the winner at the end - which has traditionally been either an incumbent or a favorite of the party establishment.
Charlie Crist, to the surprise of many and the consternation of some, just won't go away.
Weighing his words carefully, the president expanded on a Friday night speech asserting that Muslims have the same right to freedom of religion as all Americans. In his comments Saturday, he did not say whether he believes the mosque is a good idea.
Florida Republican Senate hopeful Marco Rubio revealed Monday he had raised a state record $4.5 million in the second quarter of 2010, becoming the latest midterm candidate to boast impressive money totals ahead of the filing deadline later this week.
Lady Gaga recently beat out President Obama in the number of Facebook "friends" she accumulated - 11.9 million for the chanteuse versus 10.4 million for the president.
A Republican no longer, Gov. Charlie Crist just can't seem to get enough of President Obama or Democratic priorities.
Sen. John Cornyn, the Senate Republicans' campaign chairman who recruited Florida Gov. Charlie Crist into that state's Senate race, said Thursday Mr. Crist's fall shows the danger of Washington politicians trying to pick winners and losers in the midst of anti-Washington sentiment.