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Monday | Switched
"Ex-gay" activist Stephen Bennett fired off at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in an interview with Mission America's Linda Harvey last week.
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Monday | Charleston City Paper
Brandon Fish, a well-known activist in Charleston circles, will be traveling to Ferguson, Mo., tomorrow to join and document the protest movement that has been taking place there since the Aug. 9 police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
Monday | Mid Rivers Newsmagazine Front Page
In recent weeks, America has been subjected to an influx of undocumented aliens from Central America, a large percentage of which have been young children.
Karen is taking her first break since beginning to write in this space. She is offering some of her most remarked-upon columns for you to enjoy again.
All in all, primary election night was a good one for endorsed candidates and incumbents.
Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King told Newsmax TV Thursday that the residents in riot-torn Ferguson, Missouri, aren't being racially profiled by police because they're nearly all African-American.
David Cameron is likely to put plans for to rescue thousands of refugees trapped in northern Iraq on hold after the US said that the crisis is not as bad as feared.
McFadden 2-steps on stance during St. Cloud stop Candidates Mike McFadden and Tom Emmer made stop in St. Cloud.
New York Times congressional correspondent Jonathan Weisman continued his label-happy party-pooping of Republican prospects in Wednesday's " On Immigration, G.O.P. Starts to Embrace Tea Party ."
The state that gave us Michele Bachmann and Jesse Ventura just might decide to dump funnyman Al Franken from the Senate.
Voters in Connecticut, Minnesota, and Wisconsin went to the polls Tuesday night to pick nominees in a number of races that will be important this fall.
As I reported the other day , Dem leaders are planning an aggressive effort during the August recess and beyond to draw attention to the House GOP lawsuit against President Obama and turn it into a positive in the 2014 elections.
The primary election cleared up some intriguing questions and immediately set up some new ones.
Updated: Mon Aug 18, 2014 01:32 pm
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