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  • Neuman, Schuh square off in Arundel executive debate

    Neuman, Schuh square off in Arundel executive debate
    Anne Arundel's Republican county executive candidates Laura Neuman and Steve Schuh continued their primary fight during a debate in Severna Park on Wednesday. Though they spent most of the going over familiar territory — who has a better record...
  • Obama's pastime is his political bogey

    On June 14, Sunni rebels threatened Baghdad after seizing much of Iraq — and President Barack Obama fearlessly played a round at the Sunnylands Golf Course in Rancho Mirage, Calif. The next day, the militants posted pictures of their mass...
  • Some free advice to the Clintons: Stop talking about money!

    Face it, some people just aren’t good with money. And then there are the Clintons. The thing is (as with many things about the Clintons), they put their own twist on that old truism: They’re actually really good with money; they’re...
  • The political calculation behind Hillary Clinton's poor-mouthing

    It’s “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me” time for Hillary Clinton. For the last few weeks she’s been busy laboriously explaining that even though she’s as rich as Croesus’ Chihuahua, she’s not rich rich. Here’s...
  • Broward Republicans turn to Fox News commentator for fundraising aid

    Broward Republicans turn to Fox News commentator for fundraising aid
    After failing to land a potential presidential candidate to juice up ticket sales, Broward Republicans are turning to a Fox News Channel personality to help them raise money. The county party is depending on its Lincoln Day dinner to generate cash to...
  • Biden and Clinton should back off poverty claims

    Biden and Clinton should back off poverty claims
    On Monday morning, at a White House summit on policies to help working families, Vice President Joe Biden reflected on his wealth. He said that while he wore a "mildly expensive suit" and was vice president of the United States of America, he didn't own a...
  • The nice Chris Christie no match for Hillary Clinton

    The nice Chris Christie no match for Hillary Clinton
    These days, Chris Christie will go just about anywhere. He no longer wants to be seen as the in-your-face governor of New Jersey, but as the genial ambassador from the Republican Governors Association who just wants to help, or as the non-presidential...
  • Kashkari winning race for money, but still lags in polls

    Kashkari winning race for money, but still lags in polls
    If there's one thing Republican Neel Kashkari needed this week to stay in the running for governor of California, it was money. And he got it. Big donors have started spending more than $650,000 promoting the Laguna Beach newcomer to California...
  • GOP gubernatorial candidates have uphill climb in conservative stronghold

    GOP gubernatorial candidates have uphill climb in conservative stronghold
    Every weekday morning, the old boys gather out at the airport, inside hangar 51, to gas about matters big and small and give each other the business. On a recent day the talk ranged from the drought gripping California to New York's new 9/11 museum to...
  • Actress Stacey Dash Joins Fox News As Contributor

    Stacey Dash, the actress best known, perhaps, for her role in the 1995 Amy Heckerling-helmed film "Clueless," will join Fox News Channel as a cultural commentator, the 21st Century Fox-owned cable network said Wednesday. Dash is to offer cultural...
  • Obama's underlying problem on foreign policy

    Obama's underlying problem on foreign policy
    President Barack Obama who Wednesday at West Point offered a recalibration of his foreign policy has made no catastrophic missteps in his conduct of foreign policy over his term-and-a-half in office. (Yes, I know Benghazi. Thank you.) The Middle East...