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Marco Rubio Tries To Lecture Obama On ISIS, Commits Epic Error - BY IGOR VOLSKY POSTED ON FEBRUARY 27, 2015 AT 9:54 AM UPDATED: FEBRUARY 27, 2015 AT 1:13 PM

Potential 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) inexplicably told a conservative audience on Friday that President Barack Obama lacked a military strategy to confront ISIS because he feared upsetting Iran, a country that has actually committed itself to defeating the terrorist group. 152 more words

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Paul takes CPAC straw poll gold; Walker surges to second place - By Jonathan EasleyFebruary 28, 2015, 05:19 pm

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) won his third consecutive straw poll victory at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday.

But it was Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) who surged the most, coming in a close second with 21.4 percent behind Paul’s 25.7 percent among the field of 17 potential GOP contenders. 270 more words

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Mark Osborne National's Northland candidate

National has selected and announced their candidate for the Northland by-election. NZ Herald:

The National Party has chosen Mark Osborne as its candidate for the Northland by-election.

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Without Integrity: The Dishonest Applicant

By Patricia Gordon

January marks not only the beginning of a new year but it is also one of the months when many companies recruit new employees. 694 more words

Bill would prevent candidates from taking names off ballot

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) –┬áThe Kansas House has approved a bill that would prohibit candidates from withdrawing from an election unless they die.

It also would require political parties to name another candidate to fill ballot vacancies. 100 more words

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CPAC: 8 things to watch - By JAMES HOHMANN 2/26/15 5:38 AM EST

The so-called silent primary is underway. As thousands of conservative activists descend Thursday on National Harbor in the Washington suburbs, the field of prospective 2016 GOP candidates will reach a keymilepost. 559 more words

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