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Op-Ed: Dave Matthews Band snubbed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Dave Matthews Band was severely snubbed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2020, and they won the online fan vote by a landslide.

Clinton easily defeats Sanders in South Carolina primary voting

Columbia - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton soundly defeated Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday in the South Carolina primary to take a commanding lead in the surprising race for the Democratic Party's 2016 presidential nomination.

Facebook page calls for Real Democracy in Israeli elections

A little civil disobedience has sprung up on Facebook, with Israeli citizens donating their right to vote in the upcoming Israeli parliamentary elections to their Palestinian neighbors.

Op-Ed: A peaceful place to vote in Raleigh, NC Special

Raleigh, North Carolina providing convenience and aid for those who find it difficult to have their vote counted with curbside voting assistance.

Op-Ed: Inside Monsanto's tactics to avoid the labeling issue

Monsanto has no end of tactics in play to avoid the labeling of its GMOs. As we can always ask, if your products are so great, why not advertise them? Now a P.R. guy is in place to fight back.

Op-Ed: Political votes from God

Church and state become issues when combined for political power, seen in the 2012 GOP presidential race. As separate entities, church and state are indispensable for growth. Cemented together, they destroy the integrity of one another.

Iowans already cast their vote here

At this Iowa diner, they have already cast their caucus votes. Noting a blurb from the Des Moines Register, Michele Bachmann has a victory of sorts.

L.A. votes to return Constitutional power to Americans

Los Angeles - The U.S. Occupy movement is helping cities say "enough is enough." Los Angeles has became the first US city to answer this call with "Move to Amend," voting to pass an an amendment reserving Constitutional rights that will return the power to people only.

American Idol votes off Haley Reinhart

Los Angeles - It was down to the homestretch this week for the top 3 American Idol contestants, who spent the weekend visiting their hometown before appearing one more time on the Idol stage, where they battled for a place in next week's finale

American Idol eliminates Jacob Lusk, Top 4 remain

Los Angeles - With three weeks remaining of American Idol's Season 10, the big question the judges are asking contestants is who is in it to win it?

Sen. Aquino set to be proclaimed Philippine president Monday

Philippine presidential election front runner Sen. Noynoy Aquino is expected to be proclaimed president on June 7, 2010 by the joint-congress committee sitting as national board of canvassers.

Poll fraud allegations could delay proclamation of president

Quezon City - Allegations of fraud during the May 10 national elections in the Philippines could possibly delay the proclamation of the president and vice president according to election watchdog chair Henrieta de Villa of PPCRV.

Tight security for Philippine president-apparent Aquino defended

Tarlac - Philippine president-apparent Noynoy Aquino defended his tight security after Monday's election showing him winning overwhelmingly against his closest rival former president Joseph Estrada.

Lowest-ranked officer to administer oath to Philippine president

Apparent president-elect Sen. Noynoy Aquino is breaking tradition by having a non-supreme court justice administer his oath of office when he takes on his new job as president of the Philippines.

Incumbent Philippine president Arroyo elected as congresswoman

Incumbent Philippine president Gloria Arroyo whose term ends on June 30, 2010 has been elected as congresswoman of the second district of Pampanga, her home province.

Religious groups pray for clean, peaceful Philippine election

Religious groups in the Philippines are leaving no stone unturned to help the Commission on Elections by offering church services and prayers in most churches nationwide, hoping for a peaceful, honest and orderly election on May 10.

UK election in shambles as voters are denied right to vote

British voters are angry over the government's failure to anticipate a high voters turnout in the recent elections in UK as thousands of people were thrown out of polling stations as the 10 p.m. deadline ended

Some Iran Polling Stations Had More Votes Than Possible Voters

Some polling stations are reporting over 100 per cent turnouts from last week's presidential election in Iran. Problems are now centered around reports that more people voted than exist in some areas.

Publicity stunt or getting ink done? Your vote will decide.

What's in a name? Everything for the owner of an online quality t-shirt company. Scott Townsend, 21, will have permanently tattooed on his back the word that gains the most popular votes. The things people do to get noticed.

Op-Ed: Stealing Presidential Votes or Stealing My Money?

A true story of how I used a blog to coordinate with others and catch a thief. Can we do the same if an election is stolen?

Japanese vote in local elections

Voters in Japan are turning out for local elections seen as an indicator of public support for the main parties ahead of Upper House polls in July

How to Buy Votes in American Congress

Senators and Congressmen alike are attracted to Emergency Spending Bills like a moth to the flame. IT means time to buy votes, or the familiar adage I'll scratch your back if you scratch mine.

Find out if you are a good photographer or not

Submit your greatest photo shots, get rated and try to be the Top Photographer of this online photography social network !

Finnish MP seeks votes in Klingon

A Finnish member of parliament is aiming for re-election by campaigning with a translation of his Web site into Klingon, used in the TV series Star Trek.

'I bought votes on Digg'

A reporter scams Digg and gets her story on the front-page.

Durham Council Votes To Continue Saying Lord's Prayer

Once again a politically correct decision by Ontario Supreme Court in 1999 has been in practice until today when council voted 21 to 4 in favour of saying the Lord's Prayer.

New feature: 2-Step System For Rating Posts Down

More feedback, more improvements. We're proud to introduce our first upgrade designed to clarify why an article is being rated down.

Not ENOUGH Voting Tickets!

People are being turned away from polling stations, talk about outrage!

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