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In an election-year policy change, the Obama administration said Friday it will stop deporting young illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States as children if they meet certain requirements. The new policy will cover people younger than...
Of all the results from this past November's elections, two numbers stand out: three, and 71. Three is the number of counties nationwide where, according to Jennifer Duffy of the Cook Political Report, if President Obama had won a smaller percentage of...
President Obama's decision to halt the deportation of illegal immigrants who were brought here as children is at best a rough and temporary remedy for a serious problem. I'm not entirely comfortable with the executive branch electing such broad non-...
Supporters of Arizona's "show your papers" immigration law take comfort that the Supreme Court upheld the part allowing police to check the immigration status of people they lawfully stop. The Federation for American Immigration Reform called the decision...
As Thanksgiving Day approaches, let us reflect on the things for which we are grateful. Let us give thanks . . . That Superstorm Sandy didn't do much damage in Maryland — and that we have a federal government to respond to the less fortunate areas...
Tags: Elections, Lexington Market, Politics, Immigration, Barack Obama
Volumes of political spin bump up against hard facts on election night. One particularly amusing moment came that evening when Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly interrupted political consultant Karl Rove's wildly optimistic projections for Mitt Romney's...
Fact: The empathy factor was a big winner for President Barack Obama. Opinion: It proved impossible for a wealthy CEO-type to compete in the "he cares about us" category. Mitt Romney's "47 percent" comment most certainly (further) strengthened this...
Politically, it was a status quo election. Democrats held on to the White House and their majority in the U.S. Senate in Tuesday's voting. Republicans preserved their majority in the House and increased by one their hold on the majority of state...
Tags: Elections, Allen West, Mia Love, Republican Party, U.S. Senate
The Hartford CourantOn Election Day, I almost blew it. Thinking that I was still registered to vote in Windsor, I went to cast my vote at Poquonock Elementary School. There I was told by a volunteer that I had to go to New Britain City Hall and get an application for a...
WASHINGTON -- America's 57th presidential election revealed that a second important national institution is on an unsustainable trajectory. The first, the entitlement state, is endangered by improvident promises to an aging population. It is now joined by...
Maryland's vote for same-sex marriage and the Dream Act runs counter to history, political science and human nature — a majority of citizens upholding laws that benefit distinct minorities. I think a little more attention must be paid to this. I...
Every presidential campaign turns out to be a quadrennial godsend for editorial cartoonists, but for Lalo Alcaraz, 2012 is a jubilee year. Herman Cain, chowing down at a Miami restaurant, asks, “How do you say ‘delicious' in Cuban?” Newt...
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