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  • Britain a 'Christian country'? Careful there, prime minister!

    Britain a 'Christian country'? Careful there, prime minister!
    Prime Minister David Cameron is under fire for suggesting that Britain “should be more confident about our status as a Christian country.” That assertion came in a column the Tory leader wrote for the Church Times, an Anglican publication.
  • Mitt Romney endorses Tony Strickland for Congress to help GOP

    Mitt Romney endorses Tony Strickland for Congress to help GOP
    Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, taking a broadening role in efforts to help candidates of his party, on Wednesday endorsed former state legislator Tony Strickland, the Strickland campaign announced. The former state assemblyman and...

    Lilly Ledbetter wasn't lazy; she -- and all women -- just want equal pay

    Lilly Ledbetter wasn't lazy; she -- and all women -- just want equal pay
    Regardless of Opinion L.A. guest blogger Charlotte Allen's ridiculously inflammatory contention that "Despite its cute graphic, Paycheck Fairness Act was evil spawn of Lilly Ledbetter," the facts remain discouraging for women when it comes to equal pay....

    Conservative group apologizes for post-Aurora photo in campaign ad

    Conservative group apologizes for post-Aurora photo in campaign ad
    The oeuvre of political advertising — and let’s, for a moment, let that affectation slide by — includes a number of reliable standbys. There is the homey and heart-warming family montage, intended to humanize a candidate; the...

    New Senate polls offer three lessons and some hope for Democrats

    New Senate polls offer three lessons and some hope for Democrats
    WASHINGTON — Three lessons jump out from the latest round of polling on key U.S. Senate races. First, just as Democrats have been saying, their endangered incumbent in Arkansas, Sen. Mark Pryor, is doing better than analysts in Washington had...