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I was amazed by the statement this week in The Washington Times by Virginia State Delegate David L. Englin, Alexandria Democrat ("Eyes turn to Virginia as state weighs voter ID law," Web, Jan. 2). He is quoted as saying, "There is a concerted effort around the country to make it more difficult, for particularly young people and minorities, to vote." Wouldn't you expect him to have evidence to support such a claim? He doesn't have any.
The most consequential election in our lifetime is still 10 months away, but it's clear from the Obama administration's order halting South Carolina's new photo ID law that the Democrats already have brought a gun to a knife fight.
With his voice cracking and hands shaking, former NHL player Matthew Barnaby apologized for his "bad decisions" after pleading guilty to four violations connected to a drunken-driving arrest that got him fired from ESPN.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has managed to block North Carolina from issuing license plates with a "Choose Life" message because the state legislature declined to also issue "Choose Death" plates.
D.C. officials are paving the way for license plates that promote the Washington Redskins and eight other home teams, a quick-and-easy proposal intended to satisfy sports fans without sliding into a slew of offerings that have roiled political waters in various states.
At one Department of Motor Vehicles' office in the nation's capital, motorists can get a driver's license, temporary tags and something wholly unrelated to the road: a free HIV test.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan obviously favors providing in-state tuition to the children of illegal aliens ("Education secretary defends tuition breaks for children of illegals," Web, Nov. 7). Perhaps Mr. Duncan also favors taking my car and giving it to someone else.
An illegal immigrant who fatally struck a Benedictine nun while driving drunk was found guilty in Prince William County on Monday of felony murder — a case that sparked outrage in a county at the forefront of debates on local enforcement of federal immigration laws.
With the singular exception of a Chevrolet purchased in a moment of weakness, Marvin Jackson has remained true to the Oldsmobile brand. The Chevrolet didn't let him down; it just wasn't up to the standard that he had come to expect from Oldsmobile.