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Romney wins New Hampshire: Can he be stopped?

Romney wins New Hampshire: Can he be stopped?

After back-to-back wins in Iowa and New Hampshire, the question now for the muddled Republican field of Presidential contenders is:  Can Mitt Romney be stopped? Romney cruised to an easy…

Romney opens up big lead in South Carolina

Romney opens up big lead in South Carolina

Uh. Oh. Bad news for the “Occupy Mitt Romney” movement.  The candidate who is supposed to be in trouble after a close call in Iowa still holds a huge lead…

Santorum’s homophobia doesn’t play well in New Hampshire

Santorum’s homophobia doesn’t play well in New Hampshire

GOP Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum‘s homophobia may play well in Iowa but it ran head on into the boo birds in Concord, New Hampshire. Trying to defend his anti-homosexual agenda…

Rick Santorum’s questionable conservative credentials

Rick Santorum’s questionable conservative credentials

Republican conservatives — eager to find anyone but Mitt Romney to support — need to take a closer look at new flavor of the month Rick Santorum before deciding he…

Santorum under scrutiny for ethical lapses

Santorum under scrutiny for ethical lapses

It didn’t take long. Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum came within eight votes of winning the Iowa caucuses Tuesday and by Wednesday he faced questions about ethical lapses during his…

Bitter Gingrich attacks Romney, Paul before fleeing Iowa

Bitter Gingrich attacks Romney, Paul before fleeing Iowa

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich left Iowa a bitter man after a dismal fourth place finish in the Iowa GOP primary caucuses. He clearly blames frontrunner Mitt Romney…

Truth is a stranger to Ron Paul, Rick Santorum

Truth is a stranger to Ron Paul, Rick Santorum

Both Ron Paul and Rick Santorum took a vacation from the truth during news talk shows over the weekend heading into the Iowa caucuses. FactCheck.Org, which looks at statements by…

Ron Paul uses non-profit groups to evade campaign finance disclosure laws

Ron Paul uses non-profit groups to evade campaign finance disclosure laws

Two of Ron Paul‘s foundations are skirting the edge of, and perhaps crossing, the line between issue advocacy and political campaigning and may be breaking federal tax and campaign finance…

Boehner, Republicans cave in on tax deal

Boehner, Republicans cave in on tax deal

House Speaker John Boehner admitted Thursday that listening to the tea party-backed members of his party was not one of his smartest decisions and backed down from stonewalling the Senate…

Romney captures key endorsements

Romney captures key endorsements

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney gained a key endorsement Sunday from the Des Moines Register Sunday in a strong editorial headlined:  “He is the best to lead.” Romney has recaptured…