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Left holding the (brown) bag

It’s not often you get to have lunch with a U.S. Senator. Yet that’s exactly what I did yesterday. Actually, I should rephrase that: I got to watch a U.S. Senator have lunch yesterday. You see, at the end of ...

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Obama in Largo

Did anyone hear Barack Obama speak last night at Prince George’s Community College? The Post quotes an attendee saying that Obama is as magnetic as JFK. -JACKIE SAUTER,Multimedia Editor

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Obama in Largo

Did anyone hear Barack Obama speak last night at Prince George’s Community College? The Post quotes an attendee saying that Obama is as magnetic as JFK. -JACKIE SAUTER,Multimedia Editor

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A "quiet" veto?

Ever since President Bush’s controversial veto of the State Children’s Health Insurance Plan (SCHIP), an expansion for children’s health insurance, critics and talk show hosts have delighted in forecasting what impact this will have on the 2008 presidential campaign. The ...

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A "quiet" veto?

Ever since President Bush’s controversial veto of the State Children’s Health Insurance Plan (SCHIP), an expansion for children’s health insurance, critics and talk show hosts have delighted in forecasting what impact this will have on the 2008 presidential campaign. The ...

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Is this election really necessary?

In a city like Baltimore, with voter registration skewed overwhelmingly toward one political party, do we really have to go through the motions of a primary and a general election? How about one non-partisan election with runoffs when needed? -TOM ...

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Is this election really necessary?

In a city like Baltimore, with voter registration skewed overwhelmingly toward one political party, do we really have to go through the motions of a primary and a general election? How about one non-partisan election with runoffs when needed? -TOM ...

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Bush vs. Osama—Child’s Play?

My daughter couldn’t resist. She was walking recently on the outskirts of the medina in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, when the product being hustled by a teenage street vendor caught her eye. The package said “Path Crash 911—Super Funny ...

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Bush vs. Osama—Child’s Play?

My daughter couldn’t resist. She was walking recently on the outskirts of the medina in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, when the product being hustled by a teenage street vendor caught her eye. The package said “Path Crash 911—Super Funny ...

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Help wanted: Legal

After two terms with an MBA at the helm, the nation is likely to tap a lawyer for its next president. So says USA Today, The Nation’s Newspaper. Of course, 25 of the 43 U.S. presidents so far HAVE been ...

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