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Charles "Chuck" Baldwin (born May 3, 1952) is pastor of Crossroad Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida. In 2004, Baldwin was the Constitution Party nominee for Vice President, and on April 26; Baldwin was named as the 2008 presidential nominee. He is a supporter of the 9/11 Truth Movement and has suggested reopening the investigation into the September 11, 2001 attacks, given the possibility of U.S. government involvement in the attacks. (More at Wikipedia)
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From NBC's Mark MurrayNBC News has projected Obama the winner in California (55 electoral votes), Hawaii (4), Oregon (7), and Washington State (11), which puts Obama at 284 electoral votes -- well past the threshold needed to win the presidency....( (Read more...)
The nation has elected its first black president. Stay here for the best commentary on this historic night from the press and the blogosphere (newest on top) And don't forget to tune into PJTV's election broadcast. Here's the TV line-up for tonight.... (Read more...)
Reports from around the country on what happened at the polls. (Read more...)
Thug singer Akon, famous for molesting or assaulting young fans at his concerts, says he’ll leave the country if Barack Obama loses. [...] Read the rest » (Read more...)
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The big day is here! Voters are voting! We'll be providing updates throughout the night on The Fix -- news! analysis! insight! you'll laugh! you'll cry! -- but in the long dark tea time between now and when the polls start to close, check out our... (Read more...)
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Well, this is it -- election day. It's been an enormous pleasure covering all the downballot races with you over the past couple of years. Let's hope we have a lot of reasons to celebrate tonight. We'll be rolling with liveblog coverage of the House ... (Read more...)
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Like many of you, I voted for this first time ever (in person) today. It was pretty damn exciting, especially after all the build up over the last few years. I have to admit I wasn't on the Obama train... (Read more...)
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You've got to hand it to the guy. He doesn't phone it in. Every day, rain or shine, he shows up and continues to set the standard for unremittin (Read more...)
At this point Joe Biden has a better shot than John McCain of becoming the next president of the United States, so I'll skip the race for first place and offer some educated guesses about how the more interesting candidates might fare: (Read more...)
Fifty votes have been counted so far in Election 2008, and Ron Paul won two of them.Democrat Obama defeated Republican John McCain by a count of 15 t (Read more...)
Read them HERE. "In summary, Governor Palin is in excellent health and has no known health problems that would interfere with her ability to carry out the duties and obligations of Vice President of the United States of America." --Cathy... (Read more...)
The question for many undecided conservative voters tomorrow will be whether or not to reward Republicans for giving us yet another “lesser of two evils” presidential candidate or to vote for one of the third-party limited-government candidates, ... (Read more...)
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