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  • Ryan budget redux

    Ryan budget redux
    Out on the campaign trail in the nascent Republican presidential primary contest, it's a very different world from the one in which Mitt Romney famously divided the nation into makers and takers. Instead, you're likely to hear contenders for the party's...
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    Evansville Courier & Press. March 16, 2015. Should have stuck with Common Core It strikes us now — and it really has for months — that Indiana's educational hierarchy could have saved money and trouble by sticking with Common Core, or at...
  • State Senate rumblings from out west

    Things are hotting up in the race to control the state Senate this year – and, oddly enough, the latest action is in the usually quiet western stretches of the state. In Roanoke, where the lone southwest Virginia Democratic Senator, John Edwards,...
  • 5 things to know about Congress' budget debate

    Congress' annual budget debate pits Republicans against Democrats as the newly empowered GOP in the House and Senate offer their alternatives to President Barack Obama's budget. A primer on the key terms and players helps navigate through the complex,...
  • Federal judge: Ohio 3rd-party ballot rules constitutional

    The political battleground state of Ohio did not violate the U.S. Constitution when it imposed new ballot access limits last year on minor political parties, a federal judge ruled Monday. U.S. District Court Judge Michael Watson's ruling is the latest...
  • W.Va. Legislature wraps 1st GOP-led session in 8 decades

    In a frenzied countdown to midnight, West Virginia lawmakers tried to tie loose ends Saturday before wrapping a 60-day session under Republican leadership for the first time in more than eight decades. Late-game deals to legalize fireworks, raise the...
  • Here's a banner headline: UC Irvine's flag flap has gotten absurd

    Here's a banner headline: UC Irvine's flag flap has gotten absurd
    It's not clear exactly why the American flag went up in the sitting lounge of UC Irvine's student government center. By one account, it was leftover decor from an America-themed party. In any case, sometime in mid-January, it was tacked to a pale blue...
  • Bush tells New Hampshire he won't change views to win votes

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told skeptical voters Friday that he would not soften his views on immigration or education to win their backing. On his opening foray into New Hampshire for his likely campaign for the Republican presidential nomination,...
  • Obama's solution to seizing of US knives, high border costs

    Hardware Sales Inc. of Bellingham, Washington, does about 25 percent of its online business outside the United States. But going global can be frustrating. Overzealous Australian customs inspectors sometimes confiscate perfectly legal knives. Canada...
  • Jeb Bush points to conservative record in Florida

    Jeb Bush points to conservative record in Florida
    Jeb Bush is trying to convince the conservative faithful across the country that he's no "RINO" — a Republican In Name Only. The prospective presidential frontrunner's eight-year record as Florida governor helps make the case to doubters that he...
  • Poll: Americans are down on Obama's foreign policy

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama's effort against the Islamic State group as well as his entire foreign policy is deeply unpopular in this country, a new McClatchy-Marist poll found. People want Obama and Congress to get tougher. They're willing to give...