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Cliff Asness Warns On QE-Blowback "Nothing Is Over Yet", Slams...

Excerpted from Cliff Asness Op-Ed, originally posted at RealClearPolitics, Quantitative easing (QE) and other inventive forms of loose monetary policy have simply been less than hoped or feared. Some may declare Fed policy a great success as ... Zero Hedge, 5 days ago
Weekly Standard

Slouching Toward the Senate?

By all accounts, 2014 looks to be a very good year for the Republican party. The average of polls compiled by RealClearPolitics shows the GOP leading in seven Democratic-held Senate seats, while they are behind in none of their own; the party is ...
 Weekly Standard1 month ago Are Republicans Leaning Left — Or Just Getting Smart?  Daily Caller1 month ago One analysis of U.S. Senate races: Too close to call  One News Now5 days ago GOP should be running away with U.S. Senate races, says political analyst  One News Now1 week ago

Dems losing hold polls tipping right in key CO races

latest compilation of polls for Colorado governor by RealClearPolitics, former Republican Congressman Bob Beauprez holds a slim lead over Democratic incumbent John Hickenlooper, who has
 Big News Network1 week ago Dems losing hold, polls tipping right in key CO races  One News Now1 week ago

Colorado governor Hickenlooper and Beauprez neck and neck in poll

RealClearPolitics polling average putting Hickenlooper up by a mere 0.6 percentage points. Two other polls released in the last week had tight results: Hickenlooper led 43 percent to 39 percent in
 Big News Network1 month ago Colorado governor: Hickenlooper and Beauprez neck and neck in poll  Denver Post1 month ago
Town Hall

Report: Obama Waited a Month to Approve Failed Foley Rescue Mission

British journalistTony Harnden has the scoop ,via RealClearPolitic s: The CIA had concluded that the base contained a secret prison in which a number of western hostages were languishing.James Foley, 40, an idealistic freelance journalist from New ...
 Town Hall1 month ago

Obama makes rare campaign trail appearance, people leave early

By Jeff Mason UPPER MARLBORO Md. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama made a rare appearance on the campaign trail on Sunday with a rally to support the Democratic candidate for governor in Maryland, but early departures of crowd members while he ...
 Town Hall7 hours ago President Obama Made A Rare Campaign Trail Appearance Today, And People Left Early  Business Insider4 hours ago Obama: Make No Mistake: These Policies Are On The Ballot. Every Single One Of Them [VIDEO]  Daily Caller2 weeks ago

Shields and Gerson on Ebola as election issue, Florida's fan fight

RELATED LINKS Obama: We are not moving fast enough on Ebola Obama meets with top health, security aides on Ebola after second U.S. nurse infected Crist, Scott criticized for political flip-flops in Sunshine State's gov. race JUDY WOODRUFF: This ...
 PBS2 days ago
Investor's Business Daily

Hispanic Voters Seem To Be Souring On Some Democrats

Michael Barone It's looking like a tough off-year election for Democrats, with their Senate majority at serious risk and their chances of gaining House seats down toward zero. Every party has a bad off-year sometimes; Republicans did in 2006.
 Investor's Business Daily2 days ago Hispanics seem to be souring on Obama Democrats  American Enterprise Institute3 days ago

Budowsky: Grimes, a true Clinton Dem

Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes first met Bill and Hillary Clinton decades ago, through the close friendship between their families. Young Alison heard stories about politics from both Clintons, and as the girl became a young ...
 The Hill5 days ago Grimes: A True Clinton Dem  Huffington Post2 days ago Romney Tops Hillary Clinton In Key 2016 State, Poll Shows  Huffington Post6 days ago

Why the Third-Party/Independent Candidates Will Probably Fade

In the House of Representatives elections in 2010, there were 44.8 million votes cast for Republican candidates and 38.9 million votes cast for Democratic candidates — a 51.7 percent to 44.9 percent split. Put another way, 96.6 percent of the ...
 National Review2 days ago
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