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Obama to Piolin: Don’t blame me

He sharply defends his record on immigration reform to an influential Latino radio host. Read the full story from Politico…

Jerry Brown promises ‘discipline’

The comment comes after one of the California nominee’s aides called Meg Whitman a whore. Read the full story from Politico…

Eduardo Barraza: Family Values and Journalism Shaped ACLU of Arizona Director’s Life, Leadership

Alessandra Soler-Meetze, director of the ACLU of Arizona, talks about her beginnings in journalism, her family influences, and her transition from a reporter’s job with a major daily to becoming…

MD-Gov: 54% O’Malley (D)), 40% Ehrlich (R) (Post 10/19-22)

Washington Post 10/19-22/10; 1,434 likely voters, 2.5% margin of error Mode: Live telephone interviews Washington Post release Maryland 2010 Governor 54% O’Malley (D), 40% Ehrlich (R) (chart) Jump to comments…

Bruce Fein: John Kerry’s Afghan Dereliction of Duty

Senator John Kerry has convicted himself of constitutional dereliction over Afghanistan. In 1970, the Vietnam vet accelerated disengagement with electrifying testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. But in 2010,…

Frank Caprio: Obama Can ‘Shove It’

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Democratic candidate for Rhode Island governor is telling President Barack Obama to “shove it” after learning Obama would not endorse him. Frank Caprio’s campaign last week…

Cuomo Won’t Allow Medical Marijuana

Democrat Andrew Cuomo is not a fan of medical marijuana. Heading into the final week of his campaign for governor, Cuomo told reporters on Sunday that he does not want…

How The Age Of Austerity Will Remake American Politics

In this election, you can glimpse the brutish future of American politics. This new age of brutishness may or may not include the Tea Party. But, even if the Tea…

O’Donnell running because of ‘God’

In an interview with CBN, she also talks about the importance of prayer in her campaign. Read the full story from Politico…

Jeff Coryell: Guessing Games: Ohio Supreme Court Allows Law Enforcement to Cite Motorists for Speeding Without Radar

Imagine this — it’s a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon. You are on the way to church, a football game or an afternoon with the kids at the park. You are…