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This undated photo provided by the American Cancer Society shows a mammogram procedure.
After Ted Kennedy was elected for the first time, at age 30, his home state sent him back to the Senate eight times, all but once by unassailable margins.
Behind in the polls in a solidly Democratic state, heavily underfunded against a formidable opponent, and suffering from a barrage of attacks over a questionable tax break he once received, Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez nonetheless brims with a preternatural confidence -- the kind found only in a candidate whose political career is just ... (more)
This is TYPICAL of Attorneys in Politics. Our Constitution clearly states Art. 1. Sec.
By Joel C. Cantor [Joel C. Cantor is the director of the Center for State Health Policy and professor of public policy at Rutgers University.
So it is natural to wonder if the effort in 2013 won't collapse as well. But much has changed in six years, and those changes work to the benefit of immigration reform.
There was considerable outrage back in 1974 when the IRS acted at President Richard Nixon's behest to begin audits and investigations of several alleged "enemies" such as Sen.