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The President Is Wrong on Net Neutrality: The Internet Needs Fast Lanes and Slow Lanes

You’re staying at a hotel. You get online. When you log in, you’re given a choice: You can use the free Internet service that the […]

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(Updated) Over Comcast’s Objections, Obama Urges FCC to Reclassify Internet

[Update 12:20 p.m.] Comcast has issued a response to the president’s announcement, from Executive Vice President David Cohen: “Comcast fully embraces the open Internet principles […]

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WATCH: Philly Boy Band Serenades Obama at Philly Campaign Stop

President Obama was at Temple University yesterday stumping for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf. While backstage in the green room, the President was treated to a […]

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PHOTOS: Barack Obama and Tom Wolf at Temple University

President Barack Obama was at Temple University yesterday stumping for gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf. Pennsylvania’s Democratic machinery, including State Senator Mike Stack, Mayor Michael Nutter, […]

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Mechanical Issue Forces Obama to Change Planes in Philly

Barack Obama flew to Philly on Air Force One. He left Philly on Air Force One. But he took two planes. How does that work? […]

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The Best Social Media from Obama’s Philly Visit

President Obama was on Temple’s campus Sunday to stump for Tom Wolf. “If we’re going to strengthen the middle class for the 21st Century, we […]

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Hope and Change at Last: Why a Republican Senate Will Be Good for America

This is an article that I know full well most of you don’t give two dung heaps about — the midterm elections. I know this because […]

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President Obama Will Be at Temple on Sunday

President Barack Obama will headline a campaign event for Tom Wolf on Sunday at Temple’s Liacouras Center. Sunday’s event is at 4 p.m. — so […]

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Comcast’s Joseph Clancy Is Now Secret Service Chief

In light of the Secret Service scandal still unraveling in Washington D.C., Secret Service head Julia Pierson resigned on Wednesday. And before the day was […]

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Will President Obama Put American Soldiers in Iraq and Syria in Time?

When President Obama addresses the nation Wednesday night, on the event of the 13th anniversary of the attacks of 9/11, the country faces its greatest […]

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Twitter Fury! Chuck Todd Debuts on Meet The Press

The Chuck Todd era on Meet The Press has officially begun. How did he do in the debut show? It really depends on who you […]

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Willingboro Renaming Its Kennedy Center After Barack Obama

The township council of Willingboro, New Jersey, voted Tuesday night to rename the town’s rec hub and senior center after Barack Obama. The site, which […]

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Thanks to Obama, Democrats Will Lose the Senate

Philadelphia and the entire tri-state area is so dyed-in-the-wool Democrat blue that it is difficult sometimes to have a conversation about national politics, especially about […]

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Christine O’Donnell Not a Witch, Nor a Fact-Checker

You remember Christine O’Donnell don’t you? She was the Tea Party candidate in Delaware, endorsed by Sarah Palin as she ran for Senate in 2010, […]

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President Obama Appears in Wilmington

“Let’s build some bridges. Let’s build some roads. Now I’m gonna sign my memorandum.” This is how Barack Obama ended his speech today in Wilmington, […]