LAS VEGAS — Standing in a garish hotel lobby, casino music pounding, a Republican who has worked hard to help Donald Trump couldn't quite believe how the final presidential debate had ended just a couple of hours earlier.
RALEIGH -- The debates are over. Tens of millions of TV ads have been aired. Arenas have hosted large political rallies.
As I read the conservative tripe in The Daily Advance lately I often wonder: Do those writing it really read what they are talking about? Or do they just say any old thing that their little head happens to think of at the time?
Some try their best to use the Bible for their analogies, but that…
This letter is a response to Holly Audette’s recent column, in which she attempts to make a case for voter fraud.
Justin Levitt is a professor of law at Loyola School of Law in Los Angeles, California. He specializes in constitutional law with a focus on election administration and…
When this election in which the media pundits have overhyped and analyzed the truth into an unrecognizable smear of roadkill, one undeniable fact will emerge from the carnage: that the truth was recognized and established by the most unlikeliest source: a cartoon strip.
The Clery Act is a federal law created by federal legislation.
WASHINGTON — Not enough has been made of two obvious facts: Hillary Clinton, if she wins, would be the first woman elected to the White House.
At this point with the election just days away, I am sure that there are many who have already made their choices.
Our Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is like a black driver in a white neighborhood and the Republicans are the police.
A letter published in the Oct. 18 edition begs an answer as to what has happened to Ehringhaus Street.