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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Patrick Gaspard
President Barack Obama is bringing back an internal White House political office to help boost congressional Democrats as the midterm elections approach.
President Obama is bringing back an internal White House political office to help boost congressional Democrats as the midterm elections approach.
A George Soros-funded pressure group is behind a new drive to teach Democratic congressmen how to smear their opponents as racist.
When the new United States ambassador to South Africa spoke to the Associated Press, Gaspard said he was a "young kid" when he first met Nelson Mandela, who traveled to the U.S. a few months after he was released from jail in 1990.