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Besides inspiring a brilliant parody, Mitt Romney's something-for-almost-everyone speech last week about "Faith in America" offered a mini-lesson on an obscure provision of the U.S. Constitution. "There are some," Romney said, "who would have a...
What is perhaps most remarkable about the changed America to which we woke this morning is how the president-elect's race seems, in most ways, the least remarkable thing about him. In large part, that's a tribute to the fact that Barack Obama declined...
Times Staff WritersFALLOUJA, Iraq — As soon as the women of Fallouja learned that four Americans had been killed, their bodies mutilated, burned and strung up from a bridge, they knew a terrible battle was coming. They filled their bathtubs and buckets with water....
Change of SubjectThis week marks the first anniversary of a memorable act of street theater in the city — the peaceful, ritual arrest of 173 Occupy Chicago protesters who refused to leave Grant Park after the 11 p.m. curfew. As news accounts......
Change of SubjectHeadline: Judge throws out mass Occupy Chicago arrests as unconstitutional --City's overnight park curfew violates First Amendment, ruling says The (October, 2011) mass arrests of Occupy Chicago demonstrators that city leaders praised as a model for...
As Republicans entered their post-mortem analysis of the presidential race debacle, many of their top office holders and conservative pundits came up with a quick and easy solution. Their consensus was: We have to change our position on immigration...
If early voting numbers are any indication, the polls will be packed Tuesday on Election Day. By late Thursday afternoon, an estimated 6 percent of Harford's eligible voters had cast their ballot, leaving plenty of others left to vote on Election Day....
All eyes are on Virginia Saturday, with dozens of campaign events rolling across the Commonwealth. Arizona Senator and former Presidential Candidate John McCain is in our area today, rallying support for Mitt Romney. He spoke to folks at...
The Presidential Election is drawing near for voters in Harford and Cecil counties, with early voting starting around the state Saturday in advance of Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 6. While the Barack Obama – Mitt Romney race for President is the...
email@example.comCentre College students Nick Do and Nathan Shuler, both 20, plan to cast their first presidential ballots on Election Day. Do, a junior majoring in international studies and Spanish, said he was just shy of being old enough to vote in the 2008...
Sun SentinelThousands of South Florida voters can soon begin casting ballots for president – even before Barack Obama and Mitt Romney meet Wednesday night for the first of three debates. And they can do it from the comfort of their kitchen tables – or...
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