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Hillary Clinton Announces 2016 Presidential Bid. Continue reading the main story Video.

Hillary Clinton Announces 2016 Presidential Bid

Mère Colère contre Mère Courage. LE MONDE | • Mis à jour le | Par Claire Guillot L'été en séries : Ce que l'on croit voir… 5/6.

Mère Colère contre Mère Courage

La Mère migrante, la vraie, n'a jamais correspondu à sa légende, et n'a jamais apprécié d'être réduite à un symbole. Cette femme au visage marqué et au geste inquiet, qui serre contre elle ses trois enfants en haillons, a été photographiée par Dorothea Lange en 1936 au camp de Nipomo, en Californie. Incarnation du dénuement mais aussi du courage, elle a fini par symboliser la Grande Dépression américaine et la résilience d'une nation face à la crise. Roy Stryker, employeur de Dorothea Lange à la Farm and Security Administration (FSA), voyait même en elle une madone universelle : "Elle a toute la souffrance de l'humanité mais sa persévérance aussi. Dorothea Lange avait été recrutée par la Resettlement Administration, future FSA, pour illustrer l'action du gouvernement en faveur des travailleurs agricoles migrants.

Son nom n'émergera que quarante ans plus tard. The Chutzpah Caucus. Obama’s Morehouse speech: Why did he say “Be the best husband to … your boyfriend”? President Obama hosts a reception in honor of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month on June 15, 2012, shortly after declaring his support for same-sex marriage Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images On Sunday, President Obama gave a commencement address at Morehouse College in Atlanta. This Isn't the Petition Response You're Looking For.

Official White House Response to Secure resources and funding, and begin construction of a Death Star by 2016.

This Isn't the Petition Response You're Looking For

This response was published on January 11, 2013. Etats-Unis : de Roosevelt à Obama. Personnalité de l’année. Obama Photographer Souza on Documenting Presidency in Digital Era. The long view of history tends to be the judge of a presidency.

Obama Photographer Souza on Documenting Presidency in Digital Era

I Am Not Big Brother. I’VE grown accustomed to reading inaccurate accounts of my day job.

I Am Not Big Brother

I’m in political data. Required reading for 2012 election: The best stories about the Obama and Romney contest. Photo by Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images One of the unwelcome perks of political reporting is the widespread belief among your peers that you want to spend more time talking about politics.

Required reading for 2012 election: The best stories about the Obama and Romney contest

Any trip home, like the one I’m going to make on Thursday, becomes a tour of friends and family who want me to explain the inside story of the election one more time. I end up pointing these people to good articles by other people, by insiders and investigative reporters, and this usually gives me enough time to run away. Now That's What I Call Gerrymandering! Americans woke up on November 7 having elected a Democratic president, expanded the Democratic majority in the Senate, and preserved the Republican majority in the House.

Now That's What I Call Gerrymandering!

That's not what they voted for, though. Election Day in America - The Big Picture. Ballotpedia. Electoral Votes by State - For 2012. Democrats Lose Control of Wisconsin State Senate, Leaving Republicans With Full Control Again. Election night was a good night for national Democrats; President Obama won reelection, and Democrats gained two seats in the Senate.

Democrats Lose Control of Wisconsin State Senate, Leaving Republicans With Full Control Again

The news was not as good for local Democrats in Wisconsin, though, who lost their hard-fought majority in the Wisconsin State Senate, the only thing standing between Governor Scott Walker and Republicans' full control of the Wisconsin Legislature. Of the 33 Senate seats, 11 were up for election on Tuesday. Five Democratic incumbents and four Republican incumbents kept their seats. Direct Democracy: Results of Ballot Propositions Across the Country. Across the country in states that allow for citizen lawmaking through ballot propositions, yesterday voters in many states had a direct say in the laws that govern them.

Direct Democracy: Results of Ballot Propositions Across the Country

There were 188 measures on the ballot in 38 states. Below we review the official, unconfirmed election results of some of the key propositions.

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President Map. Which Polls Fared Best (and Worst) in the 2012 Presidential Race. Mitt Romney, Class Warrior. When you think of class warfare, you probably think of inciting anger, resentment and jealousy among the have-nots against the haves.

Mitt Romney, Class Warrior

That’s what Mr. Romney has accused Mr. Mitt Romney and the Fundamental Unseriousness of Cutting Arts Funding. By Alyssa Rosenberg on August 16, 2012 at 5:07 pm "Mitt Romney And The Fundamental Unseriousness Of Cutting Arts Funding" Mitt Romney started the primary campaign by suggesting that federal arts funding should be cut in half. Think Again: Obama's New Deal - By Michael Grunwald. "Obama's Stimulus Package Was an Epic Failure That Haunted His Presidency. " No. U.S. President Barack Obama's $787 billion stimulus bill was certainly a political failure. Obama signed it during his first month in office, cutting taxes for more than 95 percent of American workers, while pouring cash into health care, education, energy, infrastructure, and aid to victims of the Great Recession. The Simpsons attacks Romney with Mr. Burns and Seamus the dog. (VIDEO) Back in September, we noted that the voting-booth goof The Simpsons used in a promo for its Halloween episode was a bit more politically pointed than the one they ran four years before, when Obama was pitted against McCain.

While the 2008 version mostly had its fun at the expense of electronic voting machines, the 2012 edition made jokes about Mormonism, Romney’s tax returns, and the former Governor’s flip-flopping on healthcare reform. Well, that was nothing. This promo for Sunday night’s episode empties the entire anti-Romney arsenal: tax returns, the “47 percent” comments, the “I like to fire people” gaffe, and on and on and on.

Mutt Romney Blues by The New Yorker. Mitt Romney paid taxes at a rate of at least 13 percent. And he’s proud to say so. Mitt Romney Tells 26,000 Americans They Didn’t Die. When he appeared on 60 Minutes in September, Mitt Romney shocked many Americans when he claimed that Americans do not die for a lack of insurance. Racism Tinges Opposition To Obamacare. The New Yorker’s Endorsement of Barack Obama. Les limites du pouvoir présidentiel. Let My People Vote 2012 - Get Nana A Gun. 10 Questions Romney Should Answer About His Taxes. The Powerless Presidency.

Last Friday’s press conference by Barack Obama marked the end of an era. NBCNews.com video: Romney plays tax games with 2011 return. 'Surprise' Clint Eastwood Speech Features Bizarre Conversation. Obama plays up love of beer to ferment coalition of the swilling. The Agenda. Oop.it. Open Prep: 15 Things to Read, See and Hear About Paul Ryan.

Mitt Romney has chosen Wisconsin representative Paul Ryan for his vice presidential pick. 12 Things You Should Know About Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan. Progress Reports - ThinkProgress.

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Obama, D'Souza and Anti-Colonialism. Genre. TPM Electoral Scoreboard. Gun. WHAT SHOULD SCHLEPPERS CALL ME. Sheldon.