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Whoever wins the presidential election in November will confront urgent problems: Should tax cuts scheduled to expire be renewed? Should federal spending be cut to reduce the deficit or would that weaken an already lackluster economy? After one of the...
Telana Starks was watching her niece play in a sandbox Monday afternoon in Lafayette Park when I asked if she was following the presidential campaign. She said she hadn't really been paying any attention, which was interesting because the candidates...
Tags: Joe Biden, Social Issues, Politics, Elections, Jerry Springer
By KELLY HAINES Salisbury My choice for the next U.S. president would be Mitt Romney. I believe he could help turn our country around for the better. For example, he could help middle class families by lowering taxes across the board. Romney is...
Last month, a Republican-aligned polling firm called on hunters and fishermen nationwide to get their views. Some of the results were unsurprising: Outdoorsmen regard themselves as politically conservative and register Republican over Democratic by a more...
I’m back in the saddle. I thank all of you who attempted to contact me by phone and email during my absence and who were worried/thrilled that I’d left the Sun Sentinel. Fortunately/Sadly, I was simply off on a lecture tour of cities in...
By the time President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney meet in their second debate Tuesday, what happened last week in the vice presidential debate should be almost forgotten. Except for Benghazi. That subject came up in the debate between Vice President...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fierce and focused, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan gave voters the kind of substantive showdown that was everything the presidential debate was not. Abandoning his boss' caution, Biden uncorked a combative repair...
CNNDANVILLE, Ky. -- Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan, the man who wants his job, exchanged fire over taxes, Medicare, national security and some animated facial expressions in their only debate before Election Day. Here are five things we...
The presidential election is just weeks away, and campaign signs are proliferating like spring flowers. In neighborhoods that are governed by associations, the signs often are more divisive than the candidates they support. Detractors say signs are...
email@example.comThursday's vice-presidential debate will bring home the race for the White House in a way area candidates for local and state office rarely have to contend with, or capitalize on, depending on how you look at it, during the stretch run of a general...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne of Centre College’s most prestigious — and long deceased — alumni was paraded through campus Tuesday all the way to a prime spot at the Norton Center for the Arts, the site for Thursday’s vice-presidential debate. “The...
“Just having my breakfast, having watched the presidential debate last night, I’m having eggs Obama-style: Romney, over easy, easily.” — Hagerstown “Well, it’s the morning after the presidential debates, and I see the...
Tags: Executive Branch, Politics, Elections, Medicare, Meningitis
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