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  • Rand Paul's 2016 entry speech makes his presidential challenges clear

    Rand Paul's 2016 entry speech makes his presidential challenges clear
    Sen. Rand Paul’s jump into the 2016 presidential contest underscored the challenges ahead for the Kentucky Republican as he tries to move beyond his libertarian niche to find a foothold in the campaign for the White House. In the months-long...
  • Can Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz deal with climate change?

    Can Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz deal with climate change?
    There is no denying it: Climate-change deniers are in retreat. What began as a subtle shift away from the claim that man-made global warming is not a threat to the planet has lately turned into a stampede. The latest attempt to deny denial comes from...
  • Reader Feedback April 7: Ted Cruz citizenship, Busch Gardens

    Citizenship of Ted Cruz •Ann, Newport News: I have a question on your article about Ted Cruz as a presidential nominee. I thought I read he was born in Canada. I learned in school that you had to be born in the United States in order to be...
  • Mitt Romney picks all four Final Four teams in NCAA bracket contest

    Mitt Romney picks all four Final Four teams in NCAA bracket contest
    I saw Mitt Romney walking through a hotel lobby Sunday and wondered why he was in town. Romney isn't running for president in 2016 and noneĀ of the universities he attended -- Stanford, Brigham Young and Harvard -- got close to making this year's Final...
  • Democrats should oust Reid now

    Democrats should oust Reid now
    I have long been concerned by the bitter partisanship displayed by so many members of Congress, senators and representatives alike. It seems that members often place party loyalty and the political "agenda" above all other considerations, even to the...
  • Talk of the County: Forest Preserve clarifies reforestation plan

    Talk of the County: Forest Preserve clarifies reforestation plan
    Editor's Note: Talk of the County is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at (312) 222-4554 or email talkofthecounty@tribpub.com Forest Preserve tree count As...
  • Republicans are on the wrong side of history

    Republicans are on the wrong side of history
    The good news for Republicans: They have a path to victory in 2016. The bad news for Republicans: They are not on that path. At the moment, they have wandered into a dense thicket and are picking nettles from their skin while being bitten by...
  • As formal campaign nears, gender gap buoys Hillary Clinton

    As formal campaign nears, gender gap buoys Hillary Clinton
    As she prepares for a formal announcement of a run for the presidency, expected in the next few weeks, Hillary Clinton continues to benefit from the high degree of popularity she enjoys among other women. The latest evidence of the long-standing...
  • Wandering Eye: Not all Maryland crab cakes have Maryland crab, today in asshole bosses, and more

    Wandering Eye: Not all Maryland crab cakes have Maryland crab, today in asshole bosses, and more
    The latest in the ongoing can-there-ever-again-be-a-Republican-president debate is yesterday's entry in WaPo by Dana Milbank, who taps into the wisdom of GOP pollster Whit Ayres to make the point that Republican leaders' views must change if they want...
  • Is New York's Chuck Schumer the new top-dog Democrat?

    Is New York's Chuck Schumer the new top-dog Democrat?
    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Chuck Schumer introduced fellow New Yorker Loretta Lynch, the attorney general nominee, to the Senate Judiciary Committee in January as a public servant who “has earned a reputation for keeping her head down and avoiding the...
  • Could the anti-immigrant loudmouths pass a U.S. citizenship test?

    Could the anti-immigrant loudmouths pass a U.S. citizenship test?
    To listen to talk radio and cable television, which are dominated by conservatives, the national and state debates over immigration give the impression that most legal residents of the state of California oppose immigrant workers here illegally and...