Campaign 2012

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New blood

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Politics | Of the 12 new U.S. senators, six are new to Congress and six are moving over from the House, as Republicans who eyed a takeover instead face diminished status

Tipping point?

Tipping point?

By Joel Belz
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Politics | Voters’ core beliefs have shifted massively—and political efforts won’t shift them back

Redistricting rout

By J.C. Derrick
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Politics | Allen West, others go down in seven-seat GOP loss in the U.S. House

Building blocs

Building blocs

By Mindy Belz
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Politics | Playing to special interest voters won Obama an election but no governing mandate

For Christians, it’s never over

By La Shawn Barber
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Politics | After a self-imposed news blackout from Tuesday night, Nov. 6, to Friday, Nov. 9, I began catching up on what was happening in the country. One of the things…

Online secession petitions receive hundreds of thousands of signatures

Online secession petitions receive hundreds of thousands of signatures

By Angela Lu
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Politics | Upset with the election results from last week, conservatives have filled the White House’s “We the People” website with petitions to allow their states…

Post-defeat, Ohio conservatives envision the future

By Daniel James Devine
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Politics | A week after the election, conservative pundits are still pondering what went wrong in Ohio, a key state without which no Republican has ever won the…

Waning evangelical influence

By Anthony Bradley
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Religion | By most accounts, evangelicalism began with the influence of the Great Awakenings of the 18th century, which provided a set of social norms and values that…

Changing America

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | "The color of the world is changing day by day."— Les Miserables , the musical. A look at the electoral map indicates the Republican Party won in square miles.

What I saw at the polling place

By D.C. Innes
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Politics | Last Tuesday, I voted for the first time in an American presidential election. No, I’m not a college student. I’m a 50-year-old college professor. But I…

Everybody loses

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Politics | “Can wicked rulers be allied with you, those who frame injustice by statute?” (Psalm 94:20) That’s what I read on the morning of Election Day. That…

Signs and Wonders 11.12

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Wall Street sell-off. Conventional wisdom has long been that a Mitt Romney victory would have been good for the markets. So it was no surprise when Wall…

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