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A surge in voter interest, a swell in the ranks of Democratic state lawmakers and a spendy bunch of contests marked the 2018 election.
America is the greatest country in the world, and is worth defending.
I became a U.S. citizen in 2012 — 10 years after I became a permanent resident, and 22 after I first arrived in the United States.
As conservative Democrats have become conservative Republicans, there were fewer and fewer voters and politicians inside their coalition inclined toward restraint.
President Trump said he planned to issue an executive order to repeal birthright citizenship, a law he described as “ridiculous.”
This is the base that, with some dips, has kept his job approval right around the mid-40s, while a steady majority disapproves.
Congress finally agreed to fund the VA Mission Act, which since its June passage had been mired in budgetary disputes.
The nation’s view on our democracy has always been a unique contradiction of cheering, wailing and disinterest.
In the 39th Legislative District, a solidly Republican turf the past two decades, the fetch no longer seems too far in a race for an open House seat.
Birthright citizenship is well established by the courts, Congress and the Constitution.
The caravan’s coming, and no, it is not the end of the world, but yes, it does represent a problem deleterious to the state of the union.
The government cannot punish speech even if it is deeply offensive — and there is no reason to believe that censoring hate speech will make hate crimes less likely.
Here are some of the ways the outcomes appear to be especially critical.
President Donald Trump’s greatest ally in escaping responsibility for the spasm of violence across the U.S. is false equivalence.
By Leona Olsen We have come to a time in America when…
House District 19 The 19th District House race between incumbent Jim Walsh…
But a small but important provision in last year’s tax law, designed to spur investment in under-resourced communities, could provide an unlikely solution.