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  • CT.com Interview: John Oliver, Daily Show Correspondent

    Daily Show correspondent and humorist John Oliver may have penned the most memorable tweet of election night, when he sent the following missive: “If Mitt Romney wins the election tonight, the White House will be one of the smallest houses he's ever...
  • Maryland investment firms haven't abandoned Democrats

    Maryland investment firms haven't abandoned Democrats
    Wall Street might have turned its back on Democrats this election, but that's not the case among Maryland investment firms. The vast majority of contributions to candidates by T. Rowe Price employees went to Democrats. And Democrats were the...
  • As Hispanic voters' numbers increase, politicians come calling

    As Hispanic voters' numbers increase, politicians come calling
    Democrats and Republicans who disagree on just about everything are in sync on one subject: If they want to win Florida's governorship next year or the presidential election in 2016, they can't afford to ignore or alienate Hispanic voters. "It's a no...
  • Message Left For Man With Chairs Hanging In Front Yard

    Message Left For Man With Chairs Hanging In Front Yard
    It`s Ken David's way of decorating his lawn and making a political statement. He didn't mean to offend anyone, when he decided to suspend lawn chairs from trees in his front yard. Now, he's being called a racist. “We figured we may get some...
  • Who's in control of the Republican Party? Not the RNC

    Who's in control of the Republican Party? Not the RNC
    Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, in an ambitious effort to direct a party makeover in wake of its defeat last November, has targeted the next presidential cycle's debates and primaries. A new party entity called the Growth and...
  • Two reasons Romney lost

    Two reasons Romney lost
    The realities of the 2012 presidential campaign season: 23 million unemployed or underemployed Americans, soaring gas prices, mounting debt, a controversial national health care law about to take effect, unrest overseas, and a fiscal cliff looming....
  • Hopkins' Dr. Benjamin Carson anointed new Fox darling of the right on Hannity

    Hopkins' Dr. Benjamin Carson anointed new Fox darling of the right on Hannity
    Much of Friday's political-media online chatter was focused on Fox news hiring failed presidential candidate and pizza executive Herman Cain as a political analyst. But the big story that seemed to mostly sail under the radar was the embattled channel's...
  • Chan Lowe: Herman Cain hired by Fox News

    Chan Lowe: Herman Cain hired by Fox News
    It’s hard to say who provided the best cartooning material during the 2012 Republican primaries. The lunatic fringe voters, the ones who turn out for these events, dutifully produced a rich, colorful succession of front runners; Bachmann, Gingrich,...
  • Herman Cain hire makes Fox News look desperate

    Herman Cain hire makes Fox News look desperate
    After dumping Sarah Palin and Dick Morris, Fox News has hired Scott Brown and now Herman Cain as a contributor. The first three moves made some sense, especially the two firings. Palin's fling with fame was over, and the sleaze attached to Morris had...
  • Scenes from the Republican's Florida party

    Scenes from the Republican's Florida party
    They came. They saw. They debated. For three days, the national spotlight of Republican politics shone on Orlando as the top 2012 GOP presidential contenders, and 3,500 pumped-up delegates, gathered at the Orange County Convention center for the...
  • Ain't impressed with candidates' grammar

    Ain't impressed with candidates' grammar
    Some folks, like Newt Gingrich, read Gingrich's surge in the polls as a warm, if belated, embrace of his plan to balance the budget and get this country "back on track." Other folks might wonder if it's at least in part because the word "ain't" reads a...