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The Swampby Mark Silva Here's some fodder for critics who worry that illegal immigrants stand to benefit from the health-care overhaul that President Obama is attempting to push through Congress: One in three Mexicans say they would come to the United......
Maryland WeatherSituated as it is on the edge of an active joint in the Earth's crustal plates, Haiti is no stranger to earthquakes. Baltimore Sun librarian Paul McCardell has pulled some clips from the Sun's archives of stories we published in......
KickingTiresWhile the number of cars on the roads in the U.S. has only increased by 7% in the last five years, the number of cars hitting deer has leapt 18.3% in the same period, according to claims data from State......
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The Swampby Mark Silva The 2010 Census will count the undocumented. Sen. David Vitter, a Louisiana Republican, advanced a plan to prevent the Census Bureau from counting non-citizens in its conduct of the 2010 Census. The Senate's Democrats blocked that in......
Tags: Demographics, Democratic Party, Texas, Politics, David Vitter
KickingTiresA starry-eyed youngster on his way to college wants to know how he can avoid paying the expensive insurance rates offered to his age group. Ask.cars.com has only a glimmer of good news for him. Also, PickupTrucks.com is in the......
The Swampby Frank James The good-government group Taxpayers for Common Sense has been all over the Sen. Ted Stevens story and has been providing very useful information about his almost superhuman ability to bring home the bacon to Alaskans. According to......
The Swampby Aamer Madhani For much of the first five years of the Iraq War, the U.S. struggle to pacify Anbar province seemed like a quixotic effort. The western province was where U.S. forces saw some of the fiercest fighting since......
The Swampby Mark Silva Our friend at Top of the Ticket reports a certain case of whiplash in reading an editorial of the New York Times that spoke to the certain political wisdom of a political system that has the capacity......
Tags: Demographics, Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, Lower House, New York
The Swampby Mark Silva John McCain himself has admitted that he is not the best student of the economy, but tonight the Republican nominee for president missed the official mark by a fairly long-shot with his discussion of unemployment during the......
KickingTiresOur demographically appealing duo of car nuts take on a car that is squarely aimed at a completely different age group. Boomer appeal aside, Eric and Joe found a lot to like about the manual-transmission muscle car. Scale: Fail, Meh,......
Tags: Demographics, Vehicles, Services and Shopping, Honda, Dodge
The Swampby James Janega Seeking to squelch persistent rumors that Sen. Barack Obama isn't eligible to become president because he allegedly was born outside the United States, a Hawaiian official has confirmed she has "personally seen and verified" that the...
Tags: Demographics, Honolulu, Barack Obama, Armed Forces, John McCain
The Swampby Frank James Curtis Gans is one of the nation's leading experts on voter turnout issues as director for the Committee for the Study of the American Electorate at American University. He cautions that we won't really know what happened......
Tags: Demographics, Polls, Population and Census, Referenda, Oregon
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