Peter Roff


October 2011


Mississippi Voters May Change Abortion Debate

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The question of when life begins may be given needed clarity this November as voters in Mississippi are asked to render judgment on an initiative that would define "personhood."

The amendment would, if enacted, add "The term 'person' or 'persons' shall include every human being from the moment of ...

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abortion

Polls in Flux, Conservative Base Still Looking for a 2012 Candidate

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With several months still to go before any actual ballots are cast, the race for the Republican presidential nomination remains fluid.

According to the most recent polls, former Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain is surging, threatening former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's frontrunner status.

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2012 presidential election
Cain, Herman
Romney, Mitt
Bachmann, Michele
Paul, Ron
Perry, Rick
Gingrich, Newt
Republican Party
politics

Columbus Day a Celebration of Immigrants

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Originally from Genoa, a port city in what is now Italy, Christopher Columbus persuaded Spain's Queen Isabella many years ago to underwrite an expedition to search for a westerly route to India.

Columbus didn’t quite deliver on what he promised; instead he found something far more glorious, the ...

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immigration reform

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