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Jimmy Carter: Gay President Could Be In America's 'Near Future' (VIDEO)

Former President Jimmy Carter said in a recent interview that the nation's tolerance of gays had grown to a level that could facilitate the election of a gay president. "I think the entire population has come tremendous strides forward in dealing with the issue of gays," Carter said in an interview from Big Think. "I dunno about next election, but I think in the near future, because step by step we have realized that this issue of homosexuality has the same adverse and progressive elements as when we dealt with the race issue." In another segment of that interview, Carter described the "biggest failure" of his presidency.


WikiLeaks founder is jailed, secrets still flow

WikiLeaks founder is jailed, secrets still flow By RAPHAEL G. SATTER LONDON (AP) - WikiLeaks published a new set of cables Wednesday, and in a defiant message posted online the secret-spilling website promised that the leaks would keep on flowing despite the arrest and jailing of its founder on sex allegations. WikiLeaks is under pressure on many fronts: its editor-in-chief Julian Assange is in prison fighting extradition to Sweden. Nearly simultaneous moves by credit card companies Visa and MasterCard to stop processing donations to the website have impaired its ability to raise money, and mysterious cyberattacks have periodically crippled its servers....



President Obama, long criticized by many in his own party for lacking appropriate passion, delivered a blunt and confrontational message to his liberal critics during a press conference today. Faced with increasing criticism from liberals over his decision to compromise with Republicans on a two-year extension of the Bush tax cuts, Obama openly chastised the party's base -- warning them of being "sanctimonious" and reminding them that "this country was founded on compromise".


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