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Op-ed Placement

Closed Primaries Prevent Mischief

After Sen. Thad Cochran's controversial tactics of recruiting Democrats to secure his nomination in Mississippi's Republican primary, a national dialogue emerged about the open primary process, in which anyone can cross the aisle to vote in the other party's election. It's a terrible system.

07/02/2014
Black GOPers defend 'Tea Party' against racism charge
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Black GOPers defend 'Tea Party' against racism charge

BY Kathy Kiely

Several prominent black Republicans defended the "Tea Party" against charges of racism Wednesday as a long-simmering debate over the small-government movement's motivations burst into the open.Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele said the NAACP was guilty of "name calling" when the civil rights group passed a resolution at its national convention this week calling on the Tea Party to denounce "the racist element" among its ranks.

08/02/2010
Tax Bills in 2009 at lowest level since 1950
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Tax Bills in 2009 at lowest level since 1950

BY Dennis Cauchon

05/13/2010
'Tea Party' success in Utah sends warning
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'Tea Party' success in Utah sends warning

BY Kathy Kiely

WASHINGTON — The weekend ouster of Sen. Bob Bennett, a three-term Utah Republican, represents a triumph for the "Tea Party" movement and a warning for other incumbents facing ideological litmus tests this month.

05/13/2010
Obama Battles Health Care "Chatter"
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Obama Battles Health Care "Chatter"

BY Richard Wolf and Susan Page

This is not the August that President Obama had planned. Obama, who initially demanded that the House and Senate pass health care overhauls by now, was playing defense at a town-hall-style meeting here Tuesday, his signature initiative under increasingly fierce fire.

08/13/2009
Why Bush wants personal retirement accounts
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Why Bush wants personal retirement accounts

BY Judy Keen

WASHINGTON — President Bush is staking his second term on remaking Social Security, but his ambition goes beyond his pledge in his State of the Union speech Wednesday to "strengthen and save" the retirement system. His advisers say he also hopes to secure his place in history and guarantee the long-term dominance of the Republican Party.

02/03/2005
Bush picks already picked themselves up
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Bush picks already picked themselves up

BY Richard Benedetto

WASHINGTON — President Bush finds a lot to admire in people who came up the hard way. Rather than follow the traditional path of populating his Cabinet with academics, Washington insiders and CEOs, Bush has assembled a Cabinet that is not only diverse in gender and ethnicity but also an American mosaic in background. Bush, of course, is the son of a president and grandson of a senator. He attended Phillips Academy, an elite prep school in Andover, Mass., and experienced Washington through his father's posts at the CIA and in Congress and the White House.

01/06/2005
Most ballots lack tax issues
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Most ballots lack tax issues

BY Dennis Cauchon

The angry voter using ballot measures to cut taxes or demand more services from state and local government is taking a sabbatical this election campaign. Major ballot issues on taxing and spending are on the ballot Nov. 2 in only 13 states, a reduction in the role voter initiatives have played since 1978, when Californians approved Proposition 13 to slash property taxes.

10/14/2004
For Bush canvassers, victory starts with a knock
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For Bush canvassers, victory starts with a knock

BY Judy Keen

WAUWATOSA, Wis. — The most sophisticated, most expensive presidential contest in history may be decided by the simplest, most old-fashioned of campaign techniques, by people like David Karst and Richard Eaton. It's a balmy evening, and people in this Milwaukee suburb are working in their yards or sitting down to dinner. Karst and Eaton, toting clipboards and Bush-Cheney '04 brochures, are walking through a middle-class neighborhood doing what's known in the campaign business as "doors."

09/28/2004
Housing experts call for help for needy
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Housing experts call for help for needy

BY Sue Kirchhoff

WASHINGTON — In a break from harsh, election-year economic rhetoric, a bipartisan group of housing experts is issuing a joint call for tax cuts, expanded funding and other strategies to help millions of Americans stranded in substandard housing or homelessness, despite record homeownership levels.

09/23/2004

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