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  • Bev Gallagher, civics booster

     
    Before her world crumbled in a federal corruption sting, Broward school board member Bev Gallagher touted the virtues of civics lessons to those who objected to the broadcast of President Obama???s back-to-school speech in classrooms. Earlier this month,...
  • Clinton: Obama's problems 'manageable'

     
    by Mark Silva Is that "right wing conspiracy'' that the Clintons complained about still alive and well, and is President Barack Obama feeling some of that heat today? "Oh you bet,'' former President Bill Clinton said in an appearance this......
  • Gates: Afghan move 'matter of weeks'

     
    by Mark Silva With the Obama administration confronting a decision over escalating U.S. military forces in Afghanistan -- something which the general in command there views as essential to averting failure -- the Defense secretary says some time is...
  • Bernanke renewing term: Reports

     
    by Mark Silva Amid reports tonight that President Barack Obama plans to nominate Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reseve, for another term, the White House has scheduled a personal statement from Obama on vacation in Martha's Vineyard in the......
  • Obama author: Didn't coach schoolkids

     
    by Mark Silva The author of a children's book, I Am Barack Obama, says she wasn't responsible for the Obama song sung by young children in Burlington Township, N.J. Charisse Carney-Nunes says she was invited to Bernice Young Elementary School......
  • Pat Buchanan: 'Obama man'

     
    by Mark Silva Pat Buchanan wrote speeches for President Richard Nixon. Buchanan ran for president, as a Republican. And when he fell short of the GOP's nomination in 2000, Buchanan ran with the Reform Party. And when Palm Beach County,......
  • Sarah Palin's TEA Party: A third party?

     
    by Mark Silva Mark this as the week in which one of the potential players for 2012 set out to brand herself: Sarah Palin, the "common-sense conservative.'' Three years from now -- think about that phrase a moment -- we'll......
  • Obama: Copenhagen-bound for IOC

     
    by Mark Silva and updated again at 4:10 pm EDT Let the games begin: President Barack Obama, who initially planned to let First Lady Michelle Obama represent the United States in Copenhagen this week, when the International Olympic Committee......
  • Gore's 'green' car, $89 K -- $529 M loan

     
    by Mark Silva We hadn't had time until now to contemplate the loan that the U.S. government is giving a California-based company backed by former Vice President Al Gore that is building a hybrid sports car in Finland that will......
  • Obama on Iran: Talks first, military last

     
    by Christi Parsons President Obama said today he wants to give upcoming talks with Iran a chance to resolve international conflict over that country's rogue nuclear program. But in the wake of today's public disclosures about an underderground nuclear...
  • Americans oppose Afghan force increase

     
    by Mark Silva The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and the general in command of military forces in Afghanistan met half way today, flying to Ramstein Air Base in Germany to talk about Gen. Stanley McChrystal's reported desire......