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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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  • Rothstein asks to voluntarily give up law license

    Rothstein asks to voluntarily give up law license
    Fort Lauderdale lawyer Scott Rothstein has asked to voluntarily surrender his license to practice law, the latest fallout of his alleged $1 billion Ponzi scheme. The Florida Bar's executive committee approved Rothstein's request for disbarment Tuesday...
  • For rights group, gay marriage only the beginning

    For rights group, gay marriage only the beginning
    They've won the first two battles to make gay marriage legal in Florida. Now the state's largest LGBT civil rights organization has its next target in sight — a bill banning workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. "Being able to get...
  • Monday: Are Democrats waging a war on white people?

    Monday: Are Democrats waging a war on white people?
        Perhaps this is the Republican response to the fact they are actually waging a war on women. That’s all I can think of when I hear about the claim by Republican Congressman Mo Brooks of Alabama, that Democrats are waging a “war on...
  • Christine M. Flowers: Obama on right side of immigration battle

    I'm not an immigrant, but I work with them every day. I'm not a Republican, but I share many of their more conservative social policies. I'm not a wise woman, possessed of all the answers, but I sometimes play one on TV. What I am is someone who knows...
  • The anti-Cantor: Dave Brat on bringing rationality to Washington

    WASHINGTON It's 7:49 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 21 the first day of Congress' Thanksgiving recess and Dave Brat is 11 minutes early. The man who unseated former Majority Leader Eric Cantor is meeting me at a Starbucks in Navy Yard before driving down to the...
  • Views on same-sex marriage shift when family is involved

    Rhonda Swan's column raises some good points, but I'd like to add one more about what has caused support for gay marriage to move from less than 50 percent approval to greater than 50 percent in only one decade. First, look at Dick Cheney, who has voiced...
  • Chan Lowe: Marco Rubio hits the road

    Chan Lowe: Marco Rubio hits the road
    The Republican Party has a long way to go in its campaign to win the hearts of Latino voters in time for the 2016 elections. It has to tread a careful path, because for every alteration it makes to its hardline immigration policy in order to attract a...
  • Chan Lowe: Republicans and immigration

    Chan Lowe: Republicans and immigration
    It is only right to show compassion for two of our members of Congress from South Florida — namely, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Mario Diaz Balart.   Like the rest of their ilk, they’re home on recess to eschuchar a sus electores, which is...
  • Chan Lowe: Newt Gingrich panics the GOP

    Chan Lowe: Newt Gingrich panics the GOP
    If you cup your hand to your ear, you can hear the harrumphing in the men’s grill down at the club. “Who does this Gingrich think he is? He isn’t playing by the rules! And whatever happened to St. Ron’s eleventh commandment, you...
  • Chan Lowe: Romney under Republican attack

    Chan Lowe: Romney under Republican attack
    It appears that the Republican primary comedy warm-up act is finally drawing to a close, and the party is reverting to its usual modus operandi, to wit: The nomination is going to the man who ran the last time and lost. Unlike Democrats, who send their...
  • Chan Lowe: Food stamp cuts

    Chan Lowe: Food stamp cuts
    Presumably, a large proportion of the voters who send tea party conservatives to Congress are churchgoing, God-fearing, righteous Americans. In gerrymandered, ultra-safe districts, where the Republican primary is the de facto election, doctrinal purity is...