Broadcast networks Black-Out of Obama  

CNN Money By : Staff Reporting

Eight years ago, President George W. Bush delivered a prime time address on immigration, carried by all the big broadcast networks.

On Thursday, President Barack Obama will do the same thing, but three of the broadcasters, ABC, NBC, and CBS have signaled that they won't be carrying it. - Referenced Article

The legal battle over Obama's immigration plan  

CNN By : Staff Reporting

President Barack Obama's plan to take the immigration system in his own hands is a daring test of the limits of presidential power.

The steps he will lay out tonight in a prime time address will fuel a debate over his use of executive authority to enact change without the agreement of an opposition Congress. - Referenced Article

Rand Paul has fans among progressives  

Market Watch By : Staff Reporting

Rand Paul of all people is enjoying a kind of a honeymoon with some on the left. Yes, the Republican senator from Kentucky backed by the Tea Party and openly aspiring to run for president has fans among progressives who otherwise have nothing good to say about Republicans.

One of the things they like is Paul’s opposition to knee-jerk military intervention. - Referenced Article

Paul Ryan's Presidential Bid  

NBC News By : Staff Reporting

House Republicans on Friday quietly adopted a new rule that could complicate Rep. Paul Ryan’s options if he decides to run for president in 2016.

The rule would require committee chairmen to resign their leadership posts if they were to run for another office such as for president or for the Senate.

The next highest ranking Republican on the committee would then take over until a new chairman is selected. - Referenced Article

Senator Ted Cruz Litmus Test For Loretta Lynch By : Staff Reporting

It appears that Senator Ted Cruz vote hinges on Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch's position on O bama's vow to use Executive Authority on Immigration and her 'commitment to the law.'

"President Obama's Attorney General nominee deserves fair and full consideration of the United States Senate, which is precisely why she should not be confirmed in the lame duck session of Congress by senators who just lost their seats and are no longer accountable to the voters," Cruz and Lee said in a joint statement. "The Attorney General is the President's chief law enforcement officer. As such, the nominee must demonstrate full and complete commitment to the law. Loretta Lynch deserves the opportunity to demonstrate those qualities, beginning with a statement whether or not she believes the President’s executive amnesty plans are constitutional and legal."


Obama: More jobs in the U.S. than every advanced economy combined  

Face The Nation By : Staff Reporting

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: Well, look, another saying of Harry Truman's was, the buck stops with me. With me, the buck stops right here at my desk. And so whenever, as the head of the party, it doesn't do well, I've got to take responsibility for it.

The message that I took from this election and we've seen this in a number of elections, successive elections, is people want to see this city work. And they feel as if it's not working.

The economy has improved significantly. There's no doubt about it. We had a jobs report for October that showed that once again over two hundred thousand jobs created. We've now created more than ten million. The unemployment rate has come down faster than we could have anticipated.

Just to give you some perspective, Bob, we've created more jobs in the United States than every other advanced economy combined since I came into office. And so we're making progress but people still feel like their wages haven't gone up, their incomes haven't gone up, still hard to save for retirement, still hard to send a kid to college. And then they see Washington gridlocked and they're frustrated.

And, you know, they know one person in Washington and that's the President of the United States. So I've got to make this city work better for them. - Referenced Article

Republican Party Sets Its Path Following Big Election Win  

WSJ By : Staff Reporting

The Republican Party secured an electoral sweep Tuesday that made it America’s dominant party, not just in Washington but in states around the U.S. On Wednesday, it began trying to define the kind of governing party it wants to be.

The election results reinforced the party’s basic conservative identity—formed by the governors and members of Congress elected in 2010 and the new crop of officials elected this week. - Referenced Article

Scott Brown sends a congratulatory message to his opponent  

Twitter By : Staff Reporting

It's not known whether the former Senator from Massachusetts will be putting his New Hampshire vacation home up for sale, but he made congratulatory tweet to his team and his opponent. It's hard to imagine an election year without social media. Twitter has been used to trumpet ideas and to challenge opponents on opposing positions.

On Election Eve, G.O.P. Is Confident, but Voters Are Sour  

NY Times By : Staff Reporting

The most expensive midterm campaign in American history stumbled into Election Day on Tuesday with voters’ interest at record lows and their divisions deep over what they want their government to do in President Obama’s final two years.

Republicans entered the final hours confident they will gain at least six seats and take control of the Senate, but polls showed several races too close to call. - Full Article

Hillary Clinton: The NH Senate Race Boils Down To Turnout  

eNews Reference By : Staff Reporting

Posters around New Hampshire with the words, "Quarantine Shaheen" is a sign of how contentious the race between Senator Jeanne Shaheen and former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown has been.

Hillary Clinton stomped for Shaheen on Sunday stating, “Fear is the last resort of those who have run out of ideas and who have run out of hope.”

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