Quantcast Looking At The World Hazels Way
Looking at the World hazels way By flamekity
Looking at the World hazels way >> US POLITICAL COLUMNISTS October 25, 2014 members login here
>>  US POLITICAL COLUMNISTS
[HD-STREAM] !!W.a.t.c.h [Dracula Untold] [FULL-MOVIE] Online-free|MEgashare|VIOOZ
Blandford Forum People - 22 Hours ago
want to watch Fury 2014 see here now,"DONT FORGET" TO Watch as many movies you want,Spend a little time now for free register and you could benefit later. You will be able to Stream and Download
Dracula Untold star Luke Evans to star in Ben Wheatley's Free Fire Digital Spy
Is 'Dracula Untold' An Islamophobic Movie? The New Republic Online
all 4 news articles >>      Add Comment

Will Elizabeth Warren Run? Her New Challenge to Hillary Clinton
American Prospect - 10/24/2014
This article is an updated version of "What Clinton Could Learn From Warren," in the Fall 2014 issue of The American Prospect magazine. S enator Elizabeth Warren stunned the political world this week
     Add Comment

We Already Know the Winner of Next Month's Election: Obamacare
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
A s speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, Thom Tillis bears as much responsibility as any Republican politician for the state’s decision not to accept the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid
     Add Comment

An Empty Cocktail for Mitch McConnell
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
S enate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is locked in a tough reelection fight with Alison Lundergan Grimes , the secretary of state in Kentucky. Throughout the race, he has argued that repeal of Obamacare
     Add Comment

Gaga and Bennett: Making a Great American Art Form Hip Again
American Prospect - 10/24/2014
T ony Bennett has long been as much a jazz singer as a pop singer, though I readily acknowledge that the distinction between the two has always been fuzzy. This has been particularly true throughout the
     Add Comment

Polygamy and Child Wives: Women's Rights Are Going in the Wrong Direction in Pakistan
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
T he bearded clerics of Pakistan’s Council of Islamic Ideology, the advisory body that determines whether the country’s laws are in accordance with Islam, have been extremely busy this year. Central to
     Add Comment

Watch Mitch McConnell Dodge a Simple Question About His Senate Agenda
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
T he latest twist in the Kentucky Senate race is a scandalette surrounding Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, whose campaign has apparently been paying people to attend his rallies in Eastern Kentucky.
     Add Comment

Here's What Should Scare You About Ebola
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
Ebola is back. And it’s in New York City. Craig Spencer, a 33-year-old physician who returned from Guinea on October 19, has tested positive for the disease. He’s now in a special isolation ward at
     Add Comment

The First Case of Ebola Has Been Diagnosed in NYC. Here's What We Know.
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
A fourth person has been diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. This time it’s in New York City and the patient is a 33-year-old physician who recently returned from West Africa, where he was taking care of
     Add Comment

Ben Bradlee and the Powerful Cold War Georgetown Set
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
I met Ben Bradlee in the fall of 2009, when I was researching The Georgetown Set , my forthcoming book on the influential pundits, publishers, and spies who lived in that leafy, affluent enclave of Washington,
     Add Comment

Mubarak Nostalgia is the Winning Strategy in Egyptian Politics Right Now
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
I SMAILIA, Egypt — In 2007, Suleiman al-Hout had a problem. Local officials in the Suez Canal city of Ismailia refused to license the food-cart from which he sold kebda , or fried liver, a common Egyptian
Mubarak Nostalgia Supplants the Arab Spring RealClearWorld
all 1 news articles >>      Add Comment

The Award for Dumbest Tweet About the NYC Ebola Case Goes to Someone Very Close
The New Republic Online - 10/24/2014
On Thursday evening, after the announcement that Dr. Craig Spencer, who worked with Doctors Without Borders in Guinea, had tested positive for Ebola  in New York City, the usual hoopla of concern, panic,
     Add Comment

European Soccer Has a Racism Problem. Its Solution: Sexism.
The New Republic Online - 10/23/2014
W hen Manchester City played CSKA Moscow on Tuesday in the Champions League, Europe’s most prestigious soccer club competition, the 18,600-capacity stadium was mostly empty. It was the first of three
     Add Comment

Kay Hagan: Obama's Most Inspiring Moment Was Four Years Ago
The New Republic Online - 10/23/2014
I f the homestretch of a campaign brings to mind the state fair — the crisp fall air, the abundance of fried foods, pigs! — then the most popular carnival game on the Midterms Midway has been Democratic
     Add Comment

Rand Paul Continues Record of Brilliant Media Manipulation
American Prospect - 10/23/2014
As I've probably made clear by now, I am 1) abundantly skeptical of Rand Paul's ability to be president of the United States, and only somewhat less skeptical of his ability to win the presidency; and
     Add Comment

Republicans Have Known All Along That Their Jobs Plan Wouldn't Work That Well
The New Republic Online - 10/23/2014
I f you’ve read my work over the past few months, you’ve probably heard me argue that Republicans don’t have a jobs plan. I’ve said   it a few times . Never has that point been clearer than in the
     Add Comment

Get Ready for Ferguson to Be Back in the News
The New Republic Online - 10/23/2014
The story of Michael Brown’s killing may seem like a distant memory. After dominating the news for several weeks in August, and focusing national attention on race, it gave way to the Ray Rice controversy
     Add Comment

Let Chris Christie Legalize Sports Gambling. It Won't Ruin the Game
Pechanga.net - 10/23/2014
Last Friday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law a bill legalizing sports gambling in his state. Casinos and racetracks began preparing to take bets as soon as this weekend. But the four
Let Chris Christie Legalize Sports Gambling. It Won't Ruin the Game. The New Republic Online
all 1 news articles >>      Add Comment

Freaking Out Over Facebook's Egg Freezing Is Just Another Way to Police Women's
The New Republic Online - 10/23/2014
L ast week, the internet’s collective ovaries exploded when Apple joined Facebook in announcing that it would now be covering elective egg freezing as part of its benefits package. The practice, Apple
     Add Comment

Chris Christie Just Exposed His Entire Party's Deceitful Voter Suppression Plan
The New Republic Online - 10/23/2014
E very now and again a Republican state party operative or elected official will drop the ruse and admit that the purpose of state-level voter restrictions isn’t to curtail voter impersonation fraud or
     Add Comment

Oil Prices Are Dropping. Will We Turn Into Gas-Guzzling, Energy Monsters Again?
The New Republic Online - 10/22/2014
I n the 1970s, years of high oil prices forced the United States to get more strategic about how it used fossil fuel. Drivers switched from Detroit-made gas-guzzlers to Japanese econo-boxes. House builders
     Add Comment

Gas Prices Have Gone Way Down. Why Aren't Republicans Thanking Obama?
The New Republic Online - 10/22/2014
R emember in early 2012, when gas prices were approaching $4 per gallon? Republicans were eager to blame President Obama for consumers having to pay more at the pump. “[Obama] gets full credit or blame
     Add Comment

The CDC's New Ebola Plan Is Better Than a Travel Ban
The New Republic Online - 10/22/2014
T he Centers for Disease Control just announced new measures designed to stop international visitors from spreading  Ebola in the U.S. Under the new system, anybody who has been recently to Guinea, Liberia,
     Add Comment

The Anti-'Klinghoffer' Protests Are the Best Thing That Could Happen to the Metropolitan
The New Republic Online - 10/22/2014
J ohn Adams’s The Death of Klinghoffer opened at the Metropolitan Opera Monday night amid angry protests. The opera is based on the real-life, 1985 hijacking of a cruise-ship by Palestinian terrorists
     Add Comment

BP Didn't Ruin the Gulf, Writes a Politico Contributor Paid by BP
The New Republic Online - 10/22/2014
I n an opinion piece published Tuesday by Politico Magazine, " No, BP Didn't Ruin the Gulf ," author Geoff Morrell writes that the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster, the worst off-shore oil spill in American
     Add Comment

Already a member? Sign in
Email Address:
Password:
Forget your password?

Build a News Circle   |   Get News Briefings   |   Congoo News Home   |   Get the Netpass
About Congoo   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy Policy   |   Need Help?   |   Site Map
Copyright ©2014 Congoo.com. All Rights Reserved.