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Marco Rubio’s Resurrection: How the ‘Republican Savior’ might save himself for 2016

It’s a rare day when Rush Limbaugh and Peggy Noonan are on the same page both in style and substance. But that’s exactly what happened last month, judging by their reactions to a speech on the Senate floor. Limbaugh called […]

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Marco Rubio’s Resurrection: How the ‘Republican Savior’ might save himself for 2016

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It’s a rare day when Rush Limbaugh and Peggy Noonan are on the same page both in style and substance. But that’s exactly what happened last month, judging by their reactions to a speech on the Senate floor. Limbaugh called […]

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Charles Village Community center holds lively political event

Maryland Governor hopeful Heather Mizeur appeared Saturday at a forum in Baltimore City. The event before a SRO audience was held at the 29th Street Community Center in Charles

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Heather Mizeur outlines policy on Early Childhood Education

Heather Mizeur, a Democratic candidate for Governor of Maryland, outlined  Thursday her proposed policies on early childhood education. She highlighted subjects such as: “universalizing and expanding pre-K, improving access

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Marvin ‘Doc’ Cheatham announces bid for House of Delegates’ seat

Marvin 'Doc' Cheatham with Civil Rights Icon,Helena Hicks. Social justice activist, Marvin “Doc" Cheatham, made it official Sept. 24: He’s placing his hat in the ring for a run for

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Republicans resurrect racist talking point

The modern GOP's leading luminaries on race, left to right: Ann Coulter (21st century), 1st Viscount Bryce James Bryce (19th century). Republicans, repeatedly hammered in recent elections by overwhelming opposition

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Stop the secessionist petitions

In the summer of 2000, Omar Rahman’s brothers made plans to return home with their parents to Nablus on the West Bank.  After forty years of bricklaying, his father

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Bill O’Reilly shocked: White men don’t rule America and more election wrap up

Everything is over: my brother Rick’s memorial and the elections. Well, not everything is over. The East Coast, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut in particular, are still reeling

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GOP: Get your act together and find rational alternatives that appeal to all Americans

My boss at a major civil rights coalition once accused me of being willing to work for Republicans. “You’re right,” I said, “I admire the party’s organization, messaging skills and

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The Race: Obama won, get over it and here’s how he did it

The polls were right: Too close to call. But it went the president’s way in the end. Two weeks ago, the polls clearly showed clear and continuing momentum for Mitt

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Republicans to end Tea Party at Election 2012

Conservatives fought tooth-and-nail to defeat Mitt Romney – and tomorrow, they'll vote for him anyway. "I've even heard some people complain that they weren't excited about Mitt Romney," Herman Cain

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