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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rick Boucher
If the sign on the building didn't say Wal-Mart, you might mistake it for Bloomingdale's.
President Obama is bringing his counter-GOP convention tour Wednesday to the dead-heat battle for Virginia, a state where he enjoyed a historic win in 2008 but where he and fellow Democrats have faced a series of obstacles and setbacks ever since.
While we shouldn't expect our left-wing elitist president to understand Tuesday's electoral rejection of his "progressive" prescriptions for America, we should expect Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican, to get it.
The white Southern Democrat endangered since the 1960s civil rights era is sliding nearer to extinction.
Republican challengers unseated three Democratic House members, including a 14-term incumbent and a protege of President Obama, in a conservative whiplash election.
The head of the House subcommittee that handles communications issues is calling on federal regulators to attach five conditions to protect consumers and competition before approving Comcast Corp.'s plan to buy a controlling interest in NBC Universal.
President Obama says Republican leaders haven't come up with "a single, solitary new idea" to help the American people recover from the economic recession.
Mr. Bouchers support of the "cap-and-trade" climate bill regulating carbon emissions played a huge role in the campaign and his surprising loss, though it was Mr. Boucher who helped shape the bill and make changes that he said protected the region's coal industry.
Mr. Boucher said coal has a great capacity to store carbon dioxide.