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Driven to drink by marijuana laws?
That idea enrages some leading drug warriors, including the head of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Antonio Maria Costa ... drug czar John Walters. The man President Barack Obama chose a... read more
D.C Gun Ban Decision: Poll and Comment
You can read The Post's coverage of the story here and comment below. In a recent Washington Post poll, 72 percent of all Americans said they believe individuals have gun rights under the Second Amend... read more
A.M. Links: Ron Paul's Post-Iowa Odds, Gingrich Apologizes, U.S. Decreases Troops Along Mexico Border
"Most opinion polls for South Carolina, the third state to hold a 2012 Republican nominating contest, give a resounding "no" to Paul. The Texan has been polling in single digits in the state, home to ... read more
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Presidential candidate Jeb Bush commented on the decision not to indict the police officers who killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice yesterday, saying, "I think that Chicago's got a lot of work to do to rebu... read more
Supreme Court Declines Case Over Techs' Right To Search Your PC
An anonymous reader writes "A few years back, a guy was arrested for possessing child pornography after techs at Circuit City found child porn on his computer, while they were installing a DVD player. ... read more
The Controversy Over Wright
Barack Obama’s (D-Il) pastor for more than 20 years, who’s been embroiled in controversy. “When something is taken like a sound bite for a political purpose and put constantly over and over again, loo... read more
McCain Calls Obama's Comments 'Elitist'
Sen. John McCain said Sen. Barack Obama's comments about "bitter" Americans suffering economic distress were "elitist" and he called them a "contradiction from what I believe America is all about." As... read more