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Tea Party pushes right-wing propaganda on schools

Tea Party pushes right-wing propaganda on schools

America’s kids will be learning about the U.S. Constitution this coming school year with help from a decidedly conservative Idaho publishing house, if a tea party group gets its way.…

Pawlenty has plenty of problems with the truth

Pawlenty has plenty of problems with the truth

A parsing of Pawlenty’s opening-day statements shows they were not the whole truth. Here is a sampling of his claims Monday and how they compare with the facts. ___ PAWLENTY:…

Budget talks resume: Don’t expect much

Budget talks resume: Don’t expect much

Talks to avert a potentially catastrophic U.S. debt default resume on Tuesday after signs Republicans might soften their stance over a key obstacle to a deal with Democrats, but hopes…

Playing the political flip flop game

Playing the political flip flop game

Political flip-flops are in fashion these days, in red and in blue, from the White House to the Congress to the 2012 campaigns for both. Raise the debt limit? Democrats…

Democrats step up the heat in GOP primary

Democrats step up the heat in GOP primary

Maybe President Barack Obama and his friends got tired of waiting for the 2012 campaign to start. The early action was supposed to be in the competitive Republican primary. But…

GOP challenge: Dealing with town hall anger

GOP challenge: Dealing with town hall anger

U.S. Rep. Andy Harris answers Medicare questions before his Maryland constituents even ask them. Clear across the country, fellow freshman GOP Rep. Paul Gosar does the asking, in very generic…

Another Republican says ‘nada’ to Presidential run

Another Republican says ‘nada’ to Presidential run

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels said early Sunday that he won’t run for president because of family considerations, narrowing the field in the race for the GOP nomination. “In the end,…

Netanyahu, Obama clash over borders

Netanyahu, Obama clash over borders

In a blunt display of differences, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected the idea of using his country’s 1967 boundaries as the basis for a neighboring Palestinian state on Friday,…

Herman Cain: Another longshot launches Presidential bid

Herman Cain: Another longshot launches Presidential bid

If there is an early crowd favorite in the Republican race for president, it may be Herman Cain. The businessman, author, talk radio show host and tea party darling knows…

Pawlenty running for President

Pawlenty running for President

Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, a laid-back Midwestern Republican who governed a Democratic-leaning state, is running for president and will declare his candidacy on Monday in the leadoff caucus state…