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Former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich has teamed up with the Catholic University of America 's Columbus School of Law to open a clinic this semester on clemency matters for people with criminal convictions, and the initiative will include a workshop
Detente Between the Right and the Left On Prison Reform! Can you imagine political conservatives advocating prison reform? It is hard to imagine if you are old enough to remember the infamous Willie Horton ads from the 1988 U.S.Presidential race.
They had been this cramped before, in the bowels of a stadium, unintentionally invading each other's personal space with reporters scurrying all over the place. They were in Tiger Stadium's clubhouse back then, not Comerica Park's crowded interview
There was no credible challenger preparing to take on the Democratic incumbent, period. The moderate Maldonado, 45, from Santa Maria a former mayor, legislator and lieutenant governor seemed credible. This despite his just having lost a congressional
May 10, 2013 Abel Maldonado 's campaign for governor has stumbled even before the former lieutenant governor officially declares his candidacy...Alice Huffman , president of the California state conference of the National Association for the
Undated YouTube framegrab of attack ad by Barack Obama against Mitt Romney YouTube video Watch I relate the decline in Americans' trust and acceptance of general advertising to their violent dislike of mudslinging political advertising, Mr. Manning
After first supporting the idea, Gov. Mary Fallin has come out in opposition to State Question 762. Fallin's opposition is potentially deadly for the proposal, which would remove the governor from the parole process for state prisoners serving
It seems to be generally accepted that political ads of yesteryear were more serious, sober, and even straight-laced than ads of today but that is not correct. In fact, the early American political ads were more negative, naughty, and nasty than
MAAccording to sources, former Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis woke up Friday without feeling an overwhelming sense of burning rage for the first time since losing his bid for the White House 24 years ago. Wow, I actually feel pretty
Five top political attack ads Political attacks ads: Love 'em or hate 'em, but they're here to stay, and this election year stands to be a watershed moment in their use not only by the Romney and Obama campaigns, but also by the scores of "super PACs"