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Huffington Post Tea Party Leaders Follow Joe McCarthy In Taking On U.S. MilitaryHuffington PostIn the biggest showdown between state authorities and the U.S. military since the Civil Rights Era, Texas Governor Greg Abbott ordered the Texas State Guard to shadow a U.S. military exercise in the Southwest. It all stems from Tea Party firebrands who…

We start with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe′s speech to the U.S. Congress. Despite intense pressure from inside and outside the United States,… Abe again chose to ignore calls for…

Huffington Post Tea Party Leaders Follow Joe McCarthy In Taking On U.S. MilitaryHuffington PostIn the biggest showdown between state authorities and the U.S. military since the Civil Rights Era, Texas Governor Greg Abbott ordered the Texas State Guard to shadow a U.S. military exercise in the Southwest. It all stems from Tea Party firebrands who…

Bush rejects Rubio swipe that governors not ready to run U.S. foreign policy

By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush on Thursday rejected a contention from Republican rival Marco Rubio that a governor would not be able to manage U.S. foreign policy if elected president in an early sign of their 2016 battle to come. Bush, who is exploring a run for the Republican…

Senator Lindsey Graham, a possible 2016 Republican presidential contender, said the United States should put off a final nuclear agreement with Iran until after the U.S. election and said Democrat Hillary Clinton could get a better deal. The South Carolina Republican sharply criticized President Barack Obama's negotiating skills in talks to contain Iran's nuclear program. Hillary…

By Warren Strobel WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Senate Republicans on Sunday pressed their demand that the U.S. Congress be allowed to vote on a nuclear agreement with Iran, but signaled they are willing to wait for last week's interim agreement to be finalized before passing judgment. "Look, the President needs to sell this to the American…

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