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  • McConnell move gets mixed reaction as funding deadline nears

    WASHINGTON Days before funding for the Department of Homeland Security expires, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is getting a mixed reaction to his plan to separate agency financing from opposition to President Barack Obama's immigration policies....
  • Obama faces left-right opposition on trade, military force

    Reps. Barbara Lee and John Fleming are highly dubious at best about President Barack Obama's requests for enhanced powers to make trade deals and to deploy the U.S. military. And that's like oil and water mixing easily. Ideological chasms usually...
  • The silent majority strikes again

    Suppose you are a voter who is progressive on most social issues, fiscally conservative and middle-of-the-road on foreign policy, neither hawk nor dove. In an election you are presented with a choice between one candidate who is conservative on all...
  • Insecure Homeland Security

    Insecure Homeland Security
    I can’t believe Rep. John Boehner and his conservative bleating sheep are so tone deaf that they think the Democrats will be blamed if the Republicans de-fund the Department of Homeland Security because of President Obama’s humane and...
  • Voter challenges Rubio's immigration stance during town hall

    Back in New Hampshire for the first time since the midterm elections, it didn't take long for Sen. Marco Rubio to get a question about immigration. Speaking to a group of people in a wooden barn in the southern part of the state, the Florida Republican...
  • Analysis: How years of denials got Scott Walker in position to approve right-to-work

    WASHINGTON In Washington and New York, the middle of February has been covered as a slack, gaffe-ridden period for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. In Walker's home state, none of that's true he's actually en route to a triumph. The state's Republican-run...
  • Tax increases much-regretted necessity for Republican governors

    WASHINGTON Republican governors meeting in Washington this weekend said financial conditions in their states have deteriorated so much that they must raise taxes, even if it means crossing their own party. In the face of a historical antipathy deepened...
  • A sampling of editorials from around New York

    The Daily Gazette of Schenectady on the problem of abandoned properties. Feb. 18 Each day an abandoned property facing foreclosure goes unmaintained is another day for the structure to become dilapidated and for the property to become unsightly. It...
  • Quickly for Feb. 18: 'Indiana's schools among the best?'

    What's Quickly? It's where readers sound off on the issues of the day. Have a quote, question or quip? Call Quickly at (312) 222-2426 or email quickly@post-trib.com. What? Indiana has one of the best school systems in the nation? Where on earth did you...
  • Rand Paul eyes April presidential campaign launch

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is looking to announce his presidential bid the second week of April if he decides to run a person familiar with his plans said Tuesday. The first-term Republican, who burst onto the political scene in the tea party election of...
  • Scott Walker is King of Kochworld

    WASHINGTON On a sunny Saturday in September 2009, with Wisconsin in the throes of tea party fervor, conservative starlet Michelle Malkin fired up a crowd of thousands at a lakefront park in Milwaukee with rhetoric about White House czars and union thugs...