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GOP Senator Slams ‘Unconstitutional’ Health Care Policy He Once Supported

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) asserted that a mandate requiring individuals to purchase health care insurance violates the U.S. Constitution during an interview on Fox News last Friday. Addressing the legality…

Carol Moseley Braun Announces Bid For Chicago Mayor

CHICAGO — Former U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley Braun kicked off her campaign for Chicago mayor Saturday by reintroducing herself to voters, some of whom weren’t even born when she last…

David Fenton: President Obama: Stop the Searches or I’m Voting Against You

It’s time for Americans, regardless of political affiliation or philosophy, to stand up for themselves and demand that the overly intrusive — likely unconstitutional — enhanced “pat down” searches at…

Texas Bill Revives Debate Over 10 Commandments Displays

State Rep. Dan Flynn hopes to ensure that any Texas teacher who wants to can display the Ten Commandments in a classroom. From The Huffington Post…

Robert Kuttner: Saving Progressivism From Obama

What’s the worst case, and the best case, that we can imagine for the next two years? Let’s look at the economics first. Republicans and the White House both seem…

Mike Huckabee Lauds Ousting Of Iowa Judges Who Agreed With Decision To Strike Gay Marriage Ban

DES MOINES, Iowa — Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said Sunday that Iowa voters likely launched a national movement when ousting three state Supreme Court justices who agreed with a…

5 seats still to be claimed

Still up in the air: 2 House seats in California, 1 in Texas, and 2 in New York. Read the full story.…

Bishop pulls ahead by 15 votes

The Democratic lawmaker overtakes Republican Randy Altschuler on Long Island. Read the full story.…

U.S. says China must press North Korea on uranium program

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North Korea’s effort to enrich uranium is typical of its defiance of the United Nations, and major powers including China must put pressure on Pyongyang to abandon…

Steve Clemons: The Impact Today and Tomorrow of Chalmers Johnson

Next week, Foreign Policy magazine and its editor-in-chief Susan Glasser will be releasing its 2nd annual roster of the world’s greatest thinkers and doers in foreign policy. I have seen…