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Judge Tells MSNBC To Include Dennis Kucinich In Nevada Democratic Presidential Debate Tuesday Night – Draws Big Crowds In Michig

Judge Tells MSNBC To Include Dennis Kucinich In Nevada Democratic Presidential Debate Tuesday Night – Draws Big Crowds In Michigan

Kucinich in Michigan
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(Best Syndication) A Nevada court ordered MSNBC to include Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich in Tuesday night’s debate, or cancel the forum all together. This is good news for the Kucinich campaign, which has trailed his three leading democratic contenders.

Senior Clark County District Court Judge Charles Thompson said the voters of Nevada would benefit from hearing more than just Hillary Clinton, John Edwards and Barack Obama. Dennis Kucinich may not be the Democratic frontrunner, but he does have a loyal following.

Huckabee and Obama Win in Iowa Caucus – Edwards Beats Hillary And Ron Paul Garners 10 Percent Of Republican Vote

Huckabee and Obama Win in Iowa Caucus – Edwards Beats Hillary And Ron Paul Garners 10 Percent Of Republican Vote

Mike Huckabee in Iowa

(Best Syndication) Has George Bush destroyed the Republican Party? The Democrats think so. According to Democratic Party, they received “far greater turnout” at the Iowa caucuses on Thursday. This does not mean the Republicans are ready to concede yet. The RNC (Republican National Committee) is still saying the Democrats are wrong for this country.

RNC chairman Robert Duncan told CNN “We're going to win because we're putting forward our ideas. The Democrats are putting forward old ideas, more government, larger government, more taxes, less responsibility." Amazingly, after nearly six years of Republican control, the GOP is claiming they are not to blame for racking up huge government spending deficits.

Get your $40 Coupon for the Digital TV Converter Box

Get your $40 Coupon for the Digital TV Converter Box

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[Best Syndication] If you get your TV for free through the old fashioned air waves you will need to make sure that your are digital ready. They are going to stop broadcasting Television in analog and are going to be forced to broadcast in digital on February 17, 2009.

To help ease the pain of this transition, the US government has a program that will issue $40 coupons to help purchase the necessary equipment to convert the digital signal to use old analog equipment. The cost of the equipment is to convert is estimated around $50 to $70.

Conflicting Polls In Iowa Caucus – Who Do the Pollsters Say Will Win The Nominations

Conflicting Polls In Iowa Caucus – Who Do the Pollsters Say Will Win The Nominations

Hilary in Iowa

(Best Syndication) Polls are showing conflicting outcomes for the Iowa caucuses to be held Thursday January 3rd. Since 1972, the Iowa caucus has been the first major electoral event of the nominating process for President of the United States. Unlike primaries, the Iowa caucus will determine the candidate by a “gathering of neighbors”. Iowans do not cast ballots, but decide their primary by gathering in precincts to determine their nominee.

The Des Moines Register has picked Barack Obama as the Democrat winner and Mike Huckabee as the Republican winner. Obama leads the field with 32%, followed by Hillary Clinton with 25% and John Edwards with 24%. Huckabee leads the Republicans with 32 percent followed by Mitt Romney with 26 percent. (more below)

Car crashes into Chicago TV Station during the News Broadcast

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[Best Syndication] Talk about news in the making! A person driving a minivan crashed into the studios of Chicago’s ABC channel 7 news while they were in the middle of a broadcast. This all happened while on-air anchorman Ravi Baichwal was reporting the local news this past Sunday night.

The driver was Gerald Richardson, 25, who was reported as driving unpredictably just before he crashed into the glass windows of the studio.

On Monday, Richardson was charged with reckless driving and was also ticketed for driving without insurance.

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