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Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino said Monday that he does not discriminate against gays but thinks young children shouldn't be exposed to gay culture, especially at gay pride parades.
Democrat Alex Giannoulias, in a battle for a Senate seat in Illinois, reasserted his commitment Sunday to advance progressive politics in Washington if elected while trying to distance himself from those same policies, which President Obama has used with limited success in his first two years.
Democrat Alexi Giannoulias, in a battle for a Senate seat in Illinois, reasserted his commitment Sunday to advancing progressive politics in Washington if elected while trying to distance himself from those same policies, which President Obama has used with limited success in his first two years.
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Google Inc.'s effort to wed Web surfing with television viewing is gathering more support from major media outlets that distribute some of the content that will help sell the concept.
Bill Clinton predicted a year ago that Obamacare's passage would yield electoral gold for congressional Democrats. "The minute the president signs the health care reform bill," the former president told the Netroots Nation convention in August 2009, "approval will go up, because Americans are inherently optimistic." Last weekend, he admitted the prognostication had been a bit off. "First of all, the benefits of the bill are spread out over three or four years," Mr. Clinton explained to NBC's "Meet the Press." "And secondly, there has been an enormous and highly effective attack on it."
The developer in charge of building the proposed Islamic cultural center and mosque near ground zero in New York City said Wednesday that there are no plans to move the project to a location seven blocks away.