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  • Chan Lowe: Supreme Court decision: It's the surreal thing

    Chan Lowe: Supreme Court decision: It's the surreal thing
    It’s true that the Founding Fathers were, for the most part, prosperous burghers who weighted the system toward the propertied classes. The Electoral College, for example, while protecting the prerogatives of smaller states, also had the effect of placing a cordon sanitaire between the more numerous uneducated, landless mob and their actual self-rule.
  • Dick Cheney Chicago appearance revisits Emanuel vice presidential controversy

    Dick Cheney Chicago appearance revisits Emanuel vice presidential controversy
    Pitching her new book during an appearance in Chicago today, Lynne Cheney and former Vice President Dick Cheney touched upon a controversial issue during his tenure that also involved a self-admitted stunt by then-U.S. Rep. Rahm Emanuel. Lynne Cheney,...

    GOP makes huge mistake on immigration reform

    GOP makes huge mistake on immigration reform
    On April 2, I went to the floor of the House of Representatives to tell my Republican colleagues they had three months to act on immigration reform before the Independence Day recess. I returned to the floor almost every week since, counting down to...

    D.C. statehood: an appropriately lost cause

    D.C. statehood: an appropriately lost cause
    There isn’t a Committee of Lost Causes in the U.S. Senate. Too bad, because it would have been a more appropriate venue for a hearing on statehood for the District of Columbia than the panel that did examine the question Monday, the Homeland...

    David Orentlicher thinks 'Two Presidents are Better Than One'

    David Orentlicher thinks 'Two Presidents are Better Than One'
    He's a doctor, a lawyer, a university professor and a one-time politician (in the Indiana House). With all that education and real-life experience, it might be surprising that David Orentlicher would propose such an unlikely — some would say...