Drone Strikes

 Drone Strikes

The Huffington Post had a great piece on the Justice Department defense of the memo that gives the President the right to order a drone strike on an American Citizen on American Ground.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/05/us-drone-strike_n_2813857.html

Drone Strikes

 

 

Drone Strikes Coming Soon to a State Near You

 

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Minimum Wage

 Minimum Wage

Minimum wage has changed many times in four decades but it can’t keep up with the devaluation of our money.    Neither political party is willing to take on the money problem and stabilizing our currency because it would initially be difficult.

minimum wage

 

 

Minimum Wage in 1964

Senate Primary Elections

What is the Schedule of primary elections in 2012 United States?

 

Elections to the United States Senate are to be held on November 6, 2012, with 33 of the 100 seats in the Senate being contested in regular elections. The 2012 presidential primary elections are the selection processes in which voters of the party choose their nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 presidential election. The primary contest began with a fairly wide field.

Senate Primary Elections

The winners will serve six-year terms from January 3, 2013 until January 3, 2019. Additionally, special primary elections may be held to fill vacancies that occur during the 112th United States Congress. Currently, Democrats are expected to have 23 seats up for election, including two independents which conference with the Democrats, while Republicans are only expected to have 10 seats up for election. Among the Senate seats up for election in 2012, there are 21 Democrats, 10 Republicans and two Independents.

Primary Elections and the GOP senate

parts of the GOP elephant

Independents and Primary Elections

The Independents include Joe Lieberman, who ran and won as an independent in 2006 after losing the Connecticut Republican primary.  Independent Bernie Sanders of Vermont both caucuses exist with the Party.  Primary Elections will determine much about the potential changes in the general election.

GOP Primary Elections

2012 Primary Elections in the US

Politics and politicians will be in the forefront of everyone’s mind on the final quarter of 2012. The flurry of political activities will culminate in December, from the 6 November 2012 election dates. It is the United States 57th presidential primary election.

Other Primary Elections

Aside from the President, Senate, House of Representatives as well as Gubernatorial and other state legislative elections will also be held.

GOP Primary Elections

GOP Primary Election Laws

GOP Primary Elections Target

The incumbent, President Obama has announced that he will be making his 2nd and final bid on the United States presidential seat.

The primary elections dates are marked for all political aspirants and the US people wait to make their voices be heard on their country’s leaders.

United States Presidential Primary Election

2012 Primary Election Dates

 

Primary Election

It’s been said that the next presidential campaign begins the day the newest president is inaugurated. Over the last three years, Americans have witnessed politicians battling over the spotlight as a precursor to their campaign announcements. The upcoming year will be the home stretch as we near the primary election; it’s the last chance to win their party’s candidacy and be nominated to vie for the presidency. Refer to this list of primary election and caucus dates to keep up with the blow-by-blow action. Bear in mind that very little of this schedule is set in stone; if any one state were to reschedule the primary election, it could trigger a timetable shift across the board.

Primary Election Post Debate

Newt and Mitt fighting for the primary election victory

Primary Election Calendar

January 2012: 2nd or 3rd – Iowa Republican*; 10th – New Hampshire; 17th – Nevada Republican*; 21st – South Carolina Republican primary; 31st – Florida.

February 2012: 4th thru 11th – Maine Republican*; 6th – Iowa*; 7th – Colorado Republican*, Minnesota Republican*, Missouri; 14th – New Hampshire; 18th – Nevada Republican*, Nevada Democratic*; 28th – Arizona, Michigan, South Carolina Democratic primary

March 2012: 3rd – Washington Republican*; 6th – Alaska Republican district conventions, Colorado Democratic*, Georgia, Idaho Republican*, Massachusetts, Minnesota Democratic*, North Dakota Republican*, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia; 6th thru 10th – Wyoming Republican*; 10th – Kansas Republican*; 11th – Maine Democratic*; 13th – Alabama, Hawaii Republican*, Mississippi, Utah Democratic*; 17th – Missouri Republican*; 20th – Illinois; 24th – Louisiana

April 2012: 3rd – Maryland, Washington DC, Wisconsin; 7th – Hawaii Democratic*, Wyoming Democratic*; 14th – Idaho Democratic*, Kansas Democratic*, Nebraska Democratic*; 15th – Alaska Democratic*, Washington Democratic*; 15th thru May 5th – Florida Democratic*; 24th – Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island

May 2012: 5th – Michigan Democratic*; 8th – Indiana, North Carolina, West Virginia; 15th – Nebraska, Oregon; 22nd – Arkansas, Kentucky

June 2012: 5th – California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota Democratic*, South Dakota; 26th – Utah (Republicans only)

Note: primary election listed without note and caucuses marked with an *

Primary Elections

2012 Primary Elections Schedule in the United States

 Primary Elections

2012 is a new year for the United States—for the liberals, conservatives and everyone in between. Will 2012 be the year of the Democratic, Republican, or maybe an independent party this time?

 

uncertainty of primary elections

Primary Elections 2011

 Uncertainty of Primary Elections

The presidential election will be taking place on November 6, 2012. Prior to that, primary elections will take place where the party members select candidates for the next general election. Who will be representing the respective parties? If you are taking your politics seriously, you must already have marked your 2012 calendar. You can check the respective dates of the primary elections according to your state. The dates are not yet cast in stone, as they are subject to change between today and the end of 2011.

Primary Elections

What is the Schedule of primary elections in 2012 United States?

The United States presidential election of 2012 is scheduled to be held on November 06, 2012. The following is primary elections schedule of the  different states, with many of the dates being tentative waiting for the Republican and Democrat Parties of the states to decide when they will hold the primary elections

Calender of Primary Elections.

January 31st: Florida

February 6th: Iowa caucuses

February 7th Primary Elections : Minnesota GOP caucuses, Missouri, New Jersey

February 14th: New Hampshire

February 18th: Nevada caucuses

February 21st: Wisconsin

February 28th Primary Elections : South Carolina, Arizona, Michigan

March 6th (Super Tuesday) Primary Elections: Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Colorado caucuses, Idaho GOP caucuses, Minnesota Democratic caucuses

March 11th: Maine Democratic caucuses

March 13th Primary Elections : Alabama, Mississippi, Hawaii GOP caucuses, Utah Democratic caucuses

March 20th: Illinois

March 24th: Louisiana

April 3rd: Maryland, District of Columbia

April 7th Primary Elections: Hawaii Democratic caucuses, Wyoming Democratic caucuses

April 14th Primary Elections: Idaho Democratic caucuses, Kansas Democratic caucuses, Nebraska Democratic caucuses

April 15th: Alaska Democratic caucuses, Washington Democratic caucuses

April 24th: Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island

May 5th: Michigan Democratic caucuses

May 8th: Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, West Virginia

May 15th: Nebraska, Oregon

May 22nd: Arkansas, Kentucky

June 5th: California, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota, North Dakota Democratic caucuses

June 26th: Utah GOP primary

There is very little certainty about the actual dates for the primary elections in 2012

2012 Primary Elections

Primary Elections

Primary Elections

What is the Schedule of primary elections in 2012 United States

2012 Primary Elections

In preparation for the United States elections to be held on November 2012, the schedule of primary elections has already been set. The selection of the candidates by the political parties is set on the following dates:

January 31: Florida

February 6: Iowa

February 14: New Hampshire

March 6: Colorado, Idaho, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia

April 14: Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska

May 5: Michigan

June 5: California, Montana, New Mexico, North and South Dakota

June 26: Utah

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Primary Elections

Changing Nature of Primary Elections

Please note that some of these may still be tentative. Several states in the south keep moving their dates and Iowa has a state law setting their caucus for a month before the rest of the primaries, so we won’t know the real schedule until people start voting in 2012.  For the rest of the schedule, please check out the 2012 Presidential Primary Elections Calendar.

2012 Primary Election Schedule

What is the Schedule of primary elections in 2012 United States
The schedule to select candidates for subsequent election in the United States is still tentative. Most of the dates are subject to change.
Florida is scheduled January 31st but is likely to change. Iowa caucuses on February 6th followed by Minnesota GOP caucuses, Missouri and New Jersey on February 7th.

 Primary Calendar 2012

Confusion of Primary Calendar 2012


Primary Elections

On Valentine’s day New Hampshire is scheduled, February 18th for Nevada caucuses, February 21st for Wisconsin and February 28th for South Carolina, Arizona, Michigan. Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Colorado caucuses, Idaho GOP caucuses, Minnesota Democratic caucuses will have their election on March 6th called the super Tuesday. Maine Democratic caucuses is scheduled on March 11th, Alabama, Mississippi, Hawaii GOP caucuses, Utah Democratic caucuses on March 13th, Illinois on March 20th and Lousiana on March 24th. On April 3rd is the turn of Maryland and District of Columbia, April 7th for Hawaii Democratic caucuses and Wyoming Democratic caucuses; and April 14th for Idaho Democratic caucuses, Kansas Democratic caucuses and Nebraska Democratic caucuses. Alaska Democratic caucuses, Washington Democratic caucuses will cast their votes on April 15th and Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island on April 24th. May 5th will be for Michigan Democratic caucuses and May 8th for Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia. Nebraska and Oregon are scheduled on May 15th, and Arkansas and Kentucky on May 22nd. On June 5th, California, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota, North Dakota Democratic caucuses will have their primary election and June 26th for Utah.

Roseanne Barr for President 2012

Roseanne Barr announced on The Tonight Show hosted by Jay Leno in mid August that she will be running for President in 2012. She will be running on the Green Tea Party Ticket. She has picked as her running mate the American People and she announced that neither she nor her running mate will be taking a pay check while she is in office. They will do all the work of governing out their love for the country.

Roseanne – Season 1

Hawaiian Islands Tea Hibiscus Honey Lemon Green Tea

She is serious about her run for office, but her past may haunt her with her hi-jinx while singing the national anthem and her association with groups concerned about the mind control by the CIA as well as her unkind words for so many religious groups.

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