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Alvin McEwen: FRC’s Tony Perkins plays the victim but won’t addressing the errors in his anti-gay column

The Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins received a lot of criticism for a piece he wrote last week on National Coming Out Day. In the piece, Perkins complained that “homosexual…

Obama’s America now mainly blue

His optimistic view of an undivided nation seems long gone on the campaign trail. Read the full story from Politico…

William J. Arnone: Lombardi: "An Imperfect Perfect Man"

In the early ’70s, I wrote a scathing critique of the decision by Fordham University, my alma mater, to name its new sports center after Vince Lombardi. At that time,…

Senate: The Daily 10

Saturday’s list begins with a swap at the top and ends with a big unresolved question in Alaska. Read the full story from Politico…

House: The Daily 10

Former Philadelphia Eagles star Jon Runyan is back in the trenches against John Adler. Read the full story from Politico…

CA-Gov: 48% Brown (D), 42% Whitman (R) (Rasmussen 10/21)

Rasmussen 10/21/10; 750 likely voters, 4% margin of error Mode: Automated phone Rasmussen release Texas 2010 Governor 48% Brown (D), 42% Whitman (R) (chart) Jump to comments From The Huffington…

TX-Gov: 51% Perry (R), 42% White (D) (Rasmussen 10/21)

Rasmussen 10/21/10; 750 likely voters, 4% margin of error Mode: Automated phone Rasmussen release Texas 2010 Governor 51% Perry (R), 42% White (D) (chart) Jump to comments From The Huffington…

Obama’s closing requests: Stay, vote

He says the GOP wants to take the U.S. backward. Read the full story from Politico…

IL-Gov: 44% Brady (R), 40% Quinn (D) (Mason-Dixon/Post Dispatch 10/18-20)

Mason-Dixon for KMOV/Post Dispatch 10/18-20/10; 625 likely voters, 4% margin of error Mode: Live telephone interviews Post-Dispatch release Missouri 2010 Governor 44% Brady (R), 40% Quinn (D) (chart) Jump to…

GOP mega-donors look toward 2012

The Republican Party’s biggest donors are slowly beginning to choose sides for 2012. Read the full story from Politico…