The Washington Post

Small business didn't get the memo on how higher taxes would destroy them.

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Maryland’s 3rd congressional district, the most gerrymandered in the nation, is a Rorschach test in the most literal sense. The Washington Post called it a “crazy quilt.” A local politician compared it to “blood spatter from a crime scene.” A federal judge said it reminded him of a “broken-winged pterodactyl, lying prostrate across the center of the state.” DCist suggested we ditch metaphor altogether and change the word “gerrymander” to “Marymander.” It would be an apt name.

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A writer's experience watching Russian journalists cross the line in the name of fighting Putin convinced her not to vote back home

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Odds are that if Barack Obama is reelected, there will be some pretty angry reactions on the right. Here are some forms it might take.

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Liberals worry a lot about rigged voting machines. They should probably worry more about more mundane ways to skew the election outcome.

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Five cartoons from the most recent issues of The New Republic

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Having told Ohio one whopper about Obama's auto industry rescue, Romney tells an even bigger one.

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The need for additional polls was waning over the last few days. The state of the race and pollster house effects have been stable for so long that the results of the next poll can usually be predicted just by knowing the state and the firm. But last night, two less-frequent yet strong pollsters surveyed their home turf and added a different take on two crucial states.   Plenty of surveys have found a one or two point race in Ohio, but with one exception since the first presidential debate, live interview surveys contacting cell phones have shown Obama leading by 3 to 5 points in Ohio.

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Why doesn't Obama lay out a vision for the future? Oh, wait -- he did.

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He’ll give Republicans everything they want.

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