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RPOF, CNN and YouTube Announce Details of Republican Presidential Debate in St. Petersburg

July 29, 2007 Politisite 0

Tallahassee–The Republican Party of Florida, CNN, and YouTube announced today that the three organizations will partner to produce a historic, user-generated debate between the Republican presidential candidates. The two-hour debate, which will take place on September 17, 2007 at the Mahaffey Theater at the Progress Energy Center for Performing Arts in St. Petersburg, will be moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper and will air live on CNN and CNN en Espanol. […]

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CNN YouTube Democratic Party Debate Follow-up Analysis

July 29, 2007 Politisite 0

Albert N. Milliron-Tuesday, July 24th 2007 (IMNS & Politisite.com) Columbia, SC- This writer really enjoyed the format of the debate. the big winners in the debate were those who submitted questions. This was probably as close to a direct democracy where debates are concerned. The problem still exists, in that, CNN picked the questions to be presented to the Candidates. It would have been better for the questions to be […]

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Continuing Coverage of The CNN/YouTube Democratic Debate in Charleston, South Carolina

July 29, 2007 Politisite 0

Political Tests Match Your Views with a Presidential Ca/ndidate. Click Here Where do you stand politically? Find out now. The Political Compass Click here <p style=”text-align:left;”>Albert N. Milliron- Monday, July 23rd 2007 (IMNS &amp; Politisite.com) Charleston SC- For the first time in presidential debate history, a forum featured video questions posed directly to presidential candidates from average citizens. Anderson Cooper moderated the live CNN/YouTube Democratic forum, which featured video questions […]

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If it says Libby Libby Libby on the Label The Democrats Like it Like it Like It!

June 19, 2007 Politisite 0

Where was the outrage with liberal cases? <p align=”left”>Tuesday, March 6, 2007 2030 UTC <span style=”font-family:’Times New Roman’,serif;”>By Albert N. Milliron (Columbia) (IMNS)–</span> Lewis “Scooter” Libby, a former top aide to Vice President Dick Cheney, was convicted Tuesday of four counts of obstructing justice, lying and perjury during an investigation tied to the Iraq war. The Defense team plans on an appeal. </p><p align=”left”>While Politisite and IMNS does not condone […]

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Mitt Romney Clear Winner in GOP Debate

June 19, 2007 Politisite 0

Here is my take on the debate. Mitt Romney appeared to be the clear winner. He looked presidential. Answered the questions with clear concise responses. Explained his change on right to life issues. I am looking forward to seeing them all debate again in South Carolina in a few days. I liked that some of the candidates were willing to speak on the fair tax and abolishing the IRS or […]

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U.S. Representative Charlie Norwood Dies

February 14, 2007 Politisite 0

Norwood Memorial Events Schedule Wednesday, February 14, 2007 5:00-7:30pm: Public Visitation Poteet and Son Funeral Home, Davis Road, Martinez Thursday, February 15, 2007 2:00 pm Public Memorial Service First Baptist Church of Augusta, Walton Way Extension Wednesday, February 14, 2007- Media relations- John Stone (Augusta, GA) – One of Georgia’s most beloved Members of Congress, long-time patient’s and individual rights champion, dentist, Vietnam veteran, and small businessman Charles Whitlow Norwood, […]

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Mitt Romney Announces in Columbia SC

February 14, 2007 Politisite 0

IMNS– February 14 2007 1314UTC-Columbia SC-Pro-Life, States Rights, Conservative across the board in recent years, These are the issues in South Carolina, often described as the Buckle of the Bible Belt. Conservative voters here will be the first in the South to vote in the GOP presidential primary next year. In the Republican Field he is one of the true Fiscal and Social Conservatives along with Gov. Huckabee of AR. […]

Representation without Taxation

January 24, 2007 Politisite 0

The House just voted to allow 4 territories to have a vote in the House of Representatives without being a state. The Constitution is clear Article I Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States clearly states, “The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several states, and the electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for […]