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Noted Indo-Canadian journalist joins Al Jazeera America

Source: Politics Balla | Apr 5 2013, 4:02am CDT

Noted Indo-Canadian journalist joins Al Jazeera America
Washington, April 5 (IANS) Al Velshi, noted Canadian TV journalist of Indian descent, is leaving CNN after 12 years to join Al Jazeera America to host an as-yet-unnamed primetime business show.
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HUFFPOST HILL - You Can't Retake The Senate If Harry Reid *Burns It Down*

Nov 4 2014 4:20pm CST | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

A small coalition of grandparents and people with nothing else to do after work altered the course of history today. If American Bridge is as influential as they say they are, "Guy Giving A Thumbs Down Behind Mitch McConnell" will be an emoji by tomorrow morning. And a freak early snowstorm could dampen turnout in conservative parts of Maine, but Paul LePage can still tell Al Gore jokes to keep warm. This is HUFFPOST HILL for Tuesday, November 4th, 2014:: OBAMA LOWERIN ...
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On Election Night, Pack an Umbrella

Nov 4 2014 2:02pm CST | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

I spent the last 24 hours of the last midterm elections clutching a pocket folder with two sets of index cards inside. On one set was printed a victory speech no one outside our campaign thought we were going to need. On the other was a concession speech I hadn't even shown the guy who might have to deliver it that night, like it was his own eulogy. Four years ago I was writing speeches for Harry Reid of Nevada, the Senate Majority Leader and ...
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Four more bodies recovered from sunken South Korean ship
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Lesbian couple asked to desist in London restaurant
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Election 2014: The "Seinfeld" Election About Absolutely Nothing Ends Its Run

Nov 3 2014 10:31pm CST | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

In election 2014, the campaign about absolutely nothing, it's unlikely that as high a percentage of eligible voters will cast ballots as watched the last Seinfeld episode, the TV show about absolutely nothing. The last episode of "Seinfeld" in 1998 was was watched by 78.3 million Americans, 41.3% of all American TV households and 58% of all TVs being watched at that time. Only 39.9% of eligible voters turned out for the 2012 midterms and that percentage is ...
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Enough evidence to call Obama a traitor?

Nov 3 2014 7:28pm CST | Source: WND

In his bestselling book, “Stop the Coming Civil War,” Michael Savage makes a well-documented argument that the Obama administration is waging a multi-faceted war on America’s borders, language, culture, military, middle class, health care, science and schools. In his opinion, the point of no return has been reached with the NSA spying program, the release of terrorists from Guantanamo Bay without congressional input and the purposeful flood of illegal aliens into the United Sta ...
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The Second Term Midterm Presidential Curse

Oct 30 2014 11:28am CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

If President Obama loses the Senate on November 4, it will not be so much a mar on his presidential legacy as it will be a continuation of a recent two-term presidential tradition. Our last four full two-term presidents, Eisenhower to Bush II, have concluded their final two years in office without the support of either house of Congress. Seemingly, the populous becomes weary of any president regardless of party, if he is too long on our television and computer screens. We vote in the midter ...
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Independents, Anti-Incumbent Wave Could Create Election Day Surprises

Oct 29 2014 2:45pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Republicans are planning election night celebrations all over Washington. Some of them with no music or entertainment. "The entertainment is Fox News," a Republican lobbyist told Politico. Bookmakers put the odds at a Republican takeover of the Senate at 80 to 90%. Sounds pretty close to a sure thing. Is it all over for Democrats? Maybe. But there are still some wild cards out there. One of them is Independent and third party candidates. Support for those ...
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Weather Channel Co-Founder Tells Fox News Host Global Warming Is A Myth

Oct 28 2014 9:33am CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Meteorologist and Weather Channel co-founder John Coleman joined Fox News' Megyn Kelly Monday night to discuss the trials and tribulations facing one of the nation's most persecuted minority groups: climate skeptics. "Thank you for having me on your program," said Coleman. "A climate skeptic can rarely get on TV ever since Al Gore made it a plank of the Democratic Party ... i ...
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Weather Channel Co-Founder Slams Global Warming Alarmism

Oct 28 2014 8:35am CDT | Source: Big Government

On Monday's broadcast of Fox News Channel's "The Kelly File," John Coleman, one of the founders of The Weather Channel, continued on his long-standing crusade against those who promote the theory of anthropogenic global warming. Coleman took aim at former Vice President Al Gore's climate change activism in the interview with host Megyn Kelly. "It's very difficult for anybody ...
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