Ron Fournier — American Journalist born on December 30, 1963,

Ron Fournier is a conservative American national political journalist currently of the National Journal. Fournier had previously served as Washington bureau chief at the Associated Press until leaving in June 2010... (wikipedia)

Climate change was a point of division between Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney. The president declared climate change a global threat, acknowledged that the actions of humanity were deepening the crisis, and pledged to do something about it if elected.
Don't underestimate questions from the crowd; technology has made voters more informed than ever.
Every now and then, a presidential candidate surprises us with a truly human and honest moment.
Andrew Jackson was the first president to claim that the desires of the public overrode Congress's constitutional prerogatives. Virtually every president since Jackson has claimed the mantle, even while lacking two ingredients of an electoral mandate: a landslide victory and a specific agenda.
Once a popular Alaska governor with a modest record of accomplishment, Palin could conceivably revive her reputation in this era of short memories. But it's hard to imagine her name atop the GOP ballot in 2016, when a cast of heavyweights who sat out 2012 will be vying for the nomination.

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