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Advice To The Next President: Immigration Reform #advice2012

Advice To The Next President: Immigration Reform

By Eva Millona, Jeff Jacoby, and Robert Hedlund

The results of the 2012 election seem to have spurred bipartisan consensus on at least one issue: the need for comprehensive immigration reform. In the next installment of our series, our panel weighs in.

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Advice To The Next President: Gun Violence In Cities #advice2012

Advice To The Next President: Gun Violence In Cities

By Edward Powell, Jon Feinman and Edward Davis

Gun violence is an all too common fact of life in many urban neighborhoods across America. The next installment of our series looks at what President Obama can do to help reverse this long standing trend.

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Four Women, Four Votes: A Snapshot Of Election Day Election 2012

Four Women, Four Votes: A Snapshot Of Election Day

By Margot Livesey

From “any excuse to get out” to voting against “euthanasia” — Margot Livesey discovers that even among a like-minded bloc of elderly women, what drives people to the polls is almost always different and almost certainly surprising.

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Election 2016: Is Rick Santorum Next? Politics

Election 2016: Is Rick Santorum Next?

By Richard Albert

He’d like to be — but that doesn’t mean the Republican Party will give him the nod. Here’s an early look at his chances as well as some of the other likely contenders.

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We Are All Mitt Romney Election 2012

We Are All Mitt Romney

By Steve Almond

Love him or hate him, everyone does what Mitt Romney is being skewered for. We tell one story in public — and another in private.

In Awkward Defense Of Nuns Religion

In Awkward Defense Of Nuns

By Marianne Leone

For the women whose work with the poor and marginalized has brought criticism from the Vatican, parochial-school graduate Marianne Leone has one thing to say: Preach it, Sister.

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The US: Republic Or Corporation? Election 2012

The US: Republic Or Corporation?

By Ike Williams

The popular answer to that question will determine the outcome of this election — and the outcome of this election could change democracy as we know it.

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Elizabeth Warren's Uphill Battle Mass. Senate

Elizabeth Warren's Uphill Battle

By John Sivolella

As election season enters its post-convention phase, the underlying reasons for Elizabeth Warren’s inertia have begun to emerge. John Sivolella says the bad news for Warren is that they’re not easy to correct.

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