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  • Ron Paul is sweeping the GOP youth vote

    Ron Paul is sweeping the GOP youth vote
    Across the country, the youth vote is down. Registration is low. Voter enthusiasm for Republican candidates has been lackluster. Unless that candidate's name is Ron Paul. The 76-year-old U.S. representative from Texas has energized — and gained &#...
  • Casey Anthony trial questions? We have answers

    Casey Anthony trial questions? We have answers
    With weeks of testimony under way in Casey Anthony's first-degree-murder trial, followers of the case have questions about what has unfolded in trial. Q. Will Casey Anthony testify? A. We don't know. No defendant can be forced to testify, and until...
  • Islamophobia on parade at GOP debate

    I was appalled by the Islamophobia on parade at the first major Republican debate in New Hampshire on Monday night. Herman Cain, the Godfather's Pizza Mogul, made a spectacle of himself by denying that he ever said he wouldn't appoint a Muslim to his...
  • Over objections, state will lease land to Catholic hospital

    Over the objections of Maryland women's rights groups, a state panel agreed Wednesday to lease land to a Roman Catholic hospital that does not generally perform abortions or provide birth control. The proposed Holy Cross Hospital would be the first in...
  • Bartlett, colleagues, sue Obama over Libya

    Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers Wednesday in filing a lawsuit against President Barack Obama over U.S. involvement in Libya, alleging that the White House overstepped its constitutional authority when it launched the...
  • Redistricting: The secrets, lies and shenanigans

    Redistricting: The secrets, lies and shenanigans
    First of two parts Feeling overwhelmed by all this talk of redistricting? Well, the topic may sound complex, even boring. But you have a lot at stake. That's why I've produced: "Lies, secrets and shenanigans: The top 10 ways redistricting affects...
  • Libya: It's the Constitution, stupid

    Libya: It's the Constitution, stupid
    There's a debate swirling in the country right now about the War Powers Act in relation to the war/non-war/"squirmish" in Libya.  The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to cut funding for the Libyan war unless President Barack Obama seeks...
  • Chicago aldermen balk at drug testing for city employees

    Chicago aldermen are balking at a proposal to impose random drug tests on all city employees as the American Civil Liberties Union raises questions about whether it would survive a court challenge. A City Council committee that was scheduled to...
  • When is a war not a war? When Americans can't get hurt, Obama says

    When is a war not a war? When Americans can't get hurt, Obama says
    The Obama administration has come up with a remarkable justification for going to war against Libya without the congressional approval required by the Constitution and the War Powers Act of 1973. American planes are taking off, they are entering Libyan...
  • Justice Department scrutiny comes when the state budget is tight

    The threat of a lawsuit by the Justice Department if Virginia doesn't improve its support system for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities comes at a time when the state is hurting economically. Revenues are down due to the recession,...
  • Man suing government over raid at 7-Eleven fled to U.S. because of death threat

    Sitting on a bus in Honduras in 2002, Denis Alvarez Alvarado says he overheard two men in front of him discussing how he was going to die. Unaware that he was there, the men said that members of a gang called MS3 — who had kidnapped Alvarez a few...