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Turning the tables on women’s health

If congressmen are going to pretend like they are experts on vaginas, we are going to allow experts on vaginas to pretend they are experts on public policy – because…

Why Mitt Romney lost in Iowa

One of the fundamentals that might have aided Governor Romney’s downfall in Iowa was his opposition to the Production Tax Credit, which encourages investment in green energy.…

How Obama’s reelection will affect the Supreme Court

By Ryan Blodgett The 2012 US Presidential Election has come and gone. While many celebrate, many morn, and many more revel at the fact that they don’t have to talk…

2012 election backs gay marriage with historic votes

By Irene Morse The 2012 election was particularly historic for gay and lesbians in the United States. President Barack Obama, who began to voice his support for gay marriage this…

Romney concedes presidential race to Obama

By Jessica Huseman Just before 1 a.m. the morning after the election, Mitt Romney conceded the presidential race to Barack Obama, thanking his supporters for their efforts and expressing sorrow…

Obama wins four more years

As the Obama campaign will almost certainly clinch Ohio and Iowa, the next four years have been decided …

Best Election Day live blogs

Here at Politically Inclined, we leave the live blogging to the big guns. …

Supreme Court could make it harder to resell, buy cheap textbooks

The implications of this case could be far reaching — besides just making it harder to buy cheap college textbooks. It might make it difficult for companies to sell media…

Michele Bachmann maintains slight lead even after odd campaign

By Jessica Huseman Despite a campaign spent unsuccessfully trying to convince voters she’s not as crazy as she seems, Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is up in the polls, and is…

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