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Libertarian Republican Cries 'End of Liberty in America!' After Obama Win

A self-described "Libertarian Republican," Eric Dondero has penned an article titled "The End of Liberty in America" where he whines, freaks out and has a complete meltdown over President Obama's win on election day. He begins with "Time to tell any Democrats you know to f*ck off and die." He continues on and vows to *UNFRIEND* all Democrats on Facebook and vows to never speak to liberal friends or family...ever again!
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The Contributor on Current's Viewpoint Discussing GOP's Next Steps

The Contributor's Editor-In-Chief, Tina Dupuy, joins Errol Louis of NY1 on Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer to discuss where the GOP goes next.
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Segregation on Election Day in Annandale, VA: 'Korean People Stand in a Separate Line'

Completely outrageous.
On Election Day, Leo Kim, 34, drove a group of elderly Korean Americans to the polls in Annandale, VA., a Washington suburb. They quickly found themselves in a scene out of the Jim Crow era.
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Joe Lieberman’s Parting Shot

Other than voting for Obamacare, Joe Lieberman has done little good for the nation or the Senate since his petulant run as an Independent six years ago after Connecticut Democrats booted him out of the party.
Now that he is heading out the Senate door – finally – Lieberman is firing a parting “F— You!” shot at the country.
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Check ‘Em Out: Donations to Dark Money Group Revealed

Last week, when a Montana district judge ordered the release of its bank records, Western Tradition Partnership became the first modern dark money group to have all of its donors made public.
The records showed that the contributors to the controversial group — which has resisted attempts by Montana regulators to get it to register as a political committee and report its donors — included wealthy individuals, corporations and other nonprofits.
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Keith Ellison's Impact on the Marriage Amendment Votes

Rep. Keith Ellison (DFL-MN) always sets really lofty goals for increasing his turnout. In 2010 it was to prevent the expected drop-off from the insane turnout of 2008 and help the DFL win the Governor's race. This year it was to make sure that the two amendments were defeated. I believe he had a huge impact this year.
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President Obama Shares His Pride and Hope for Campaign Staff

President Obama tears up while thanking his campaign staff and encouraging them to pursue their own futures.
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Obama’s Microtargeting ‘Nuclear Codes’

Time magazine's Michael Scherer talked with a group of Obama campaign advisers this past weekend, and provided an inside look at some of the data and targeting tactics behind the president's re-election. The article touches on many different aspects of the campaign's data operation, from television advertising to campaign insiders' wagers about which email subject lines would be most successful.
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New Mandate, New ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Math

President Obama was reportedly planning to reach out to House Majority Leader John Boehner today to begin negotiating a deal to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff,” a series of spending cuts and tax hikes scheduled take effect unless Congress rescinds the law that created it.
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With Pot Legalized, Colorado Enters Drug-Policy Brave New World

America’s war on drugs got a lot more interesting Tuesday night when Colorado and Washington voted to legalize marijuana. Legalization advocates were quick to call the two measures “the beginning of the end” of marijuana prohibition in the United States.
“The beginning of the end has begun,” Allen St. Pierre, executive director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), wrote at his blog.
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