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Big business declares war on science: The secret ...
... in ads by the Chamber as big-government monsters, but both survived. Jim Webb (D-VA) and
(D-IN) voted for the bill and retired rather than seek reelection under threat of such...
Read more at Salon.com
Can these forces stop a rotten Iran deal?
... The American Security Initiative, headed by former senators Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.),
(D-Ind.), Norm Coleman (R-Minn.) and Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.), announced a $1.4 million ad...
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Hillary Clinton in Indianapolis for Monday fundra...
... $2,700 is required. More than 100 people are expected to attend. Former Indiana governor
helped organize the event, which is closed to the public and the media. The stop in...
Read more at FOX 59 Indianapolis
‘Jeb!’ is fine and all, but we had some other ide...
Rep. John Yarmuth (D-Ky.) in his 2006 election. (Chet Rhodes/washingtonpost.com) Apparently Sen.
(D-Ind.) was also a fan! And there's plenty of ! in Bush's home state of Florida, note...
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Dianne Feinstein vs. the C.I.A.
... said that he was appointing an accountability board, headed by the retired Democratic senator
, to review the situation. Feinstein pointed out that the report “confirmed what I said on...
Read more at The New Yorker
Bayh, Lieberman and Hayden sound the alarm on Iran
... the concerns about a nuclear deal based on the so-called frameworks. Former senators
(D-Ind.) and Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) as well as former CIA chief Gen. (Ret.) Michael...
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