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New study finds whites no longer top voters

What do the 1972 and 2012 presidential elections have in common? Advertisements

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Finally, Republicans unveil a workable immigration bill

Republican Senators Jon Kyl and Kay Bailey Hutchison have finally taken the GOP’s first steps toward a comprehensive immigration reform plan by announcing their newest bill. Frankly, it’s about time.

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Mitt’s Top 6 VP Picks

With all the talk of last week’s healthcare ruling, immigration law decisions, and contempt proceedings being thrown around, the casual observer could almost forget that we’re in the middle of a heated battleĀ for the presidency of the United States right

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Some Thoughts on Obama’s New Immigration “Policy”

First, I should start off by saying that Obama’s announcement yesterday that he will stop the deportation of young illegal immigrants is not a policy at all. It’s a very politicized temporary thing meant to be kept on at least

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