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  • Clinton Bears Responsibility Over Benghazi, Cheney Says

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton bears responsibility for the attacks on a U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, and will be held accountable should she run for president in 2016, former Vice President Dick Cheney said.

  • Lynne Cheney’s Book on Madison Inspired by 9/11 Events

    He was sure in his views, exercised power behind the scenes, helped lead the nation after it was attacked and suffered from a serious health condition. His accomplishments are also under-appreciated.

  • James Madison Top Scorer Will Sit Half of NCAA Game After Arrest

    Rayshawn Goins, the leading scorer and rebounder for James Madison University, will sit out the first half of the Dukes’ National Collegiate Athletic Association men’s basketball tournament game tomorrow against Long Island University Brooklyn following his arrest.

  • James Madison Would Take All Sides of Shutdown

    Everyone is talking about the president, even though he is a cerebral, aloof guy. His wife is glam (her enemies say, too glam). There are troubles abroad, and deadlock on Capitol Hill.

  • Former Treasury Chief Sees Accounting in the Price of Emission: Dumb Question

    How’s climate change a risk to me? This simple question has gone unanswered for too long.

  • The Real Conservative Echo Chamber

    The James Madison Institute, a conservative think tank in Florida, has a new poll out that purports to show that 59 percent of Floridians oppose the Medicaid expansion that Republican Governor Rick Scott just endorsed. It’s a push poll. And it’s a great example of the phenomenon that keeps making conservatives stupider on both politics and policy.

  • Republicans Win Congress as Democrats Get Most Votes

    In the 1780s, Patrick Henry tried to shape Virginia’s House district lines to block James Madison from serving in the first U.S. Congress.

  • Connecticut Wins NCAA Women’s Tournament Opener by 43 Points

    The University of Connecticut women’s basketball team opened defense of its national title with an 87-44 rout of Prairie View A&M in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.

  • The Real Meaning of American Exceptionalism

    In recent years, the term “American exceptionalism” has sometimes been an empty applause line, a fancy way of shouting “USA! USA!” Vladimir Putin recently went so far as to proclaim that “It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional,” without bothering to investigate what American exceptionalism might entail.

  • Republican Priebus Says Gender Battle Is Fictional (Transcript)

    Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt” airing this weekend that Democrats and the media have created a phony conflict with the role of gender in U.S. elections.

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