Campaign 2012

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Barbershop banter on medical marijuana measure in Arkansas

By Mark Russell
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Politics | HOT SPRINGS, Ark.—Arkansas could be the first Southern state to approve medical marijuana. If Issue Five is approved, patients who live more than five miles…

Ohio voters speak

By Daniel James Devine
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Politics | MILFORD, Ohio—Outside the polling station at Trinity United Methodist Church on Tuesday, an arm-length American flag had pulled partially loose from a rod…

States of play

By Jamie Dean
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Politics | Close polling in swing states send candidates in a final dash across the map, including a visit to North Carolina by the first lady

High-endurance campaigning

By Daniel James Devine
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Politics | Republicans in Cincinnati have pushed hard to send Mitt Romney over the top today

What's next?

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | Presidential elections decide only who wins the White House and a congressional majority. They don't by themselves solve the nation's problems. George W. Bush…

Disaster-zone voting

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | Election Day in New Jersey requires ripping out floors and pumping out storm water at polling places

Time to vote

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Politics | After months of campaign rhetoric, ads, and robocalls, voters across the country head to the polls to cast their ballots

Overflowing support

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Politics | Crowds gather inside and out to rally around Mitt Romney at his final campaign stop in Virginia

Vice and virtue

By Jamie Dean
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Politics | Paul Ryan warns that President Obama threatens ‘Judeo-Christian values’

Why Christians should vote

By J.C. Derrick
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Politics | My blood pressure spiked recently when I read an election commentary on a popular evangelical website. The writer quoted extensively from a 1956 W.E.B. Du…

Globe Trot 11.05

By Mindy Belz
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International | Election Eve is a fit time to call on Teddy Roosevelt, who said after winning the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize: “Peace is generally good in itself, but it is…

The amazing race

By Marvin Olasky
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Politics | Two-thirds of Intrade online bettors expect Barack Obama to win tomorrow. That makes sense. He has a potent political operation and benefits from the liberal…

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