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  • Hope for a GOP resurrection is alive and well in Pasadena

    Hope for a GOP resurrection is alive and well in Pasadena
    The oldest Republican club in the United States rents a storefront on East Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, next door to Resurrection Tattoo & Body Piercing. There seems to be very little overlap in the clientele, says 86-year-old Elaine Klock, a...
  • Madonna and Young: Voters to cast ballots in what can be called a 3-D election

    Madonna and Young: Voters to cast ballots in what can be called a 3-D election
    What is the biggest problem facing America today? Certainly, there is a long litany to choose from: foreign wars, corrupt politicians, out-of-control spending, a dysfunctional Congress, educational inequities, a broken political process, uncontrolled...
  • A show of disunity at California GOP convention

    A show of disunity at California GOP convention
    It was a double indignity for Neel Kashkari this weekend when not just one but two fellow Republicans on November's statewide ballot declined to endorse his campaign to oust Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown. When Kashkari reached for an analogy Saturday to...
  • Arkansas Senate: Republican Tom Cotton defeats incumbent Mark Pryor

    Arkansas Senate: Republican Tom Cotton defeats incumbent Mark Pryor
    Republican Tom Cotton, a conservative tea party congressman, Army veteran and Harvard Law School graduate, ousted two-term Sen. Mark Pryor on Tuesday as Arkansas joined its Southern neighbors in becoming an all-red state. Cotton capitalized on voter...
  • For Republicans, election victory won't end struggles

    In the battle for control of the Senate, Republicans have built their campaigns on a promise to block President Obama's policies and ease Washington's gridlock. But accomplishing that may prove tougher than winning next week's election. A GOP Congress...
  • Bulls step up for Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah

     Bulls step up for Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah
    This is what Derrick Rose's USA Basketball experience supposedly had eliminated, this wearying will-he-or-won't-he exercise. Sprained ankles aren't a torn ACL or meniscus, and a conservative approach ultimately could pay dividends for a team hoping to...
  • Republican Sen. Pat Roberts weathers independent challenge in Kansas

    In the end, Kansas Republicans flirted but did not stray. Kansans sent GOP Sen. Pat Roberts back to the Senate for a fourth term Tuesday night, after an unexpected nail-biter in this bastion of reliably conservative politics. Roberts beat independent...
  • Greg Abbott's win over Wendy Davis bodes ill for Democrats in Texas

    Wendy Davis rose to national fame in pink tennis shoes, standing for 11 hours to filibuster antiabortion legislation in one of the reddest states in the nation. Then she was running for governor and vowing to capture the office Republican Rick Perry has...
  • In This Episode of 'Downstate Abbey' Lord Foley Reconsiders

    In This Episode of 'Downstate Abbey' Lord Foley Reconsiders
    In this week's episode of "Downstate Abbey," Lord Foley, Earl of Greenwich, has been forced by his political rival, Dan Malloy, to take a position that puts him at odds with one of his main political supporters, the Connecticut Citizens Defense League....
  • Louisiana Senate race likely to hinge on black vote

    Standing on a street of abandoned lots interrupted by the occasional dilapidated shotgun house, a campaign worker for Sen. Mary L. Landrieu looked down at the list of addresses where she was to knock on doors and assumed there had been a mistake. The...
  • Now it's time for Scott to fulfill campaign pledges

    Now it's time for Scott to fulfill campaign pledges
    After Florida's most expensive and most negative race for governor ever, Republican Rick Scott has managed to hold on to his job for another four years. Now it's time for Scott to put aside the bitterness of the campaign and get back to the business...