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  • Chan Lowe: The "Hispanic vote"

    Chan Lowe: The "Hispanic vote"
    As the above cartoon indicates, to view the so-called “Hispanic vote” as monolithic is a foolhardy pursuit. Only a bunch of cynical operatives who think of politics as a game of checking off demographic boxes would stoop to make such a rash...
  • Steve Lopez: Voice-over lessons convince columnist to keep his day job

    Steve Lopez: Voice-over lessons convince columnist to keep his day job
  • Senate Democrats reintroduce Dream Act

    Senate Democrats reintroduce Dream Act
    As President Obama works to restart the immigration debate, congressional Democrats on Wednesday reintroduced the proposed Dream Act, long-sought legislation that would provide children who were brought to the U.S. illegally a route to citizenship if they...
  • Maryland top court will decide if Dream Act goes to voters

    The state's top court has agreed to decide if Maryland's Dream Act will be on the ballot this fall. The Court of Appeals said this week it will hear CASA de Maryland's appeal of a judge's decision to allow the referendum on the 2010 law. The court...
  • The year ahead in Maryland politics: Gay marriage, a referendum, taxes and congressional races

    The year ahead in Maryland politics: Gay marriage, a referendum, taxes and congressional races
    Maryland's governor won't be on the ballot, and the state is highly unlikely to play much of a role in the presidential election. But 2012 is nonetheless shaping up to be a riveting year in Maryland politics. Here are four major stories to watch in the...
  • Immigration position could cost Romney

    Immigration position could cost Romney
    Mitt Romney's rigid position on illegal immigration and embrace of Kris Kobach, former law professor and architect of a law to rid Arizona of illegal aliens, may well cost him the fall election, even if helps him win the Republican nomination. The United...
  • Obama, Rawlings-Blake turn Baltimore into 'amnesty city'

    Obama, Rawlings-Blake turn Baltimore into 'amnesty city'
    It's official: Baltimore is now America's "amnesty city." President Barack Obama and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake have teamed up to violate the law and bypass Congress by imposing executive amnesty with troubling consequences for the citizens of Charm...
  • Could Rubio save the GOP ticket?

    Florida's new Republican senator, 40-year-old Marco Rubio, is handsome, personable and smart. He can talk with intelligence and ease about foreign policy, the federal budget and the aspirations of the American people. And he has a Reaganesque gift for...
  • Still brewing: The tea party hasn't gone away

    Still brewing: The tea party hasn't gone away
    At a Heritage Foundation luncheon for activists and bloggers in July, Heritage President Ed Feulner asked, "What's up with the tea party …? We're not hearing much right now." This question, in one form or another, is cropping up with increasing...
  • Debate over vote on immigrant tuition moves to Arundel court

    The debate over a state law that would provide college tuition discounts to some illegal immigrants shifted to an Annapolis courtroom Friday. Attorneys for the law's supporters told an Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge that the Maryland...
  • Ron Paul says Latinos have become 'scapegoats'

    Ron Paul says Latinos have become 'scapegoats'
    As the only Republican candidate for president to address Nevada's oldest Latino political organization Wednesday morning, Rep. Ron Paul got high marks for bravery. All were invited; only he showed up. He was cheered by members of Hispanics in Politics...