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Ron Paul’s delegate strategy not paying off yet

Ron Paul’s delegate strategy not paying off yet

Texas Congressman Ron Paul, the only GOP Presidential contender without at least one victory in a primary, admitted Tuesday that his quest to “win delegates, not primaries” isn’t going as well as he had hoped. Paul failed to pick up any delegates in the Michigan or Arizona primaries Tuesday and told CNN he “wished” he […]

Primary results showcase a crippled Republican party

Primary results showcase a crippled Republican party

Mitt Romney‘s narrow win in Michigan is unlikely to ease lingering doubts about his candidacy or head off the possibility of a long and divisive presidential nominating fight that is damaging Republican chances in November’s general election. The close result in Michigan at least temporarily returned Romney to his frontrunner status and averted an outbreak […]

Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton? Hey, it could happen

Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton? Hey, it could happen

The other day, a good friend came up with an interesting scenario for the ultimate result of the chaotic race for the Republican presidential nomination. But first, let me say that my friend has broad political experience on local, state and national stages, having worked as an adviser on several presidential campaigns. I must add […]

Jan Brewer endorses Mitt Romney

Jan Brewer endorses Mitt Romney

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer endorsed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for the GOP Presidential nomination Sunday. Brewer announced her endorsement on NBC’s Meet the Press, saying: I have decided that I’m going to publicly endorse Mitt Romney, I think that he handles himself very very well, he has that pro-business background, he has that political […]

Boehner to Rep. Sullivan: ‘Keep your damn mouth shut!’

Boehner to Rep. Sullivan: ‘Keep your damn mouth shut!’

Speaker of the House John Boehner called Oklahoma Congressman John Sullivan on the carpet last week after the often mouthy representative suggested shooting some U.S. senators if they didn’t vote right on budget bills. A source close to Boehner told Capitol Hill Blue Saturday that the Speaker “took Sullivan to the woodshed” in a sharply-worded […]

Rick Santorum continues his racist themes

Rick Santorum continues his racist themes

Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum is resurrecting an old, racist theme on the campaign trail, trying to link food stamps with minorities and suggesting only black people receive welfare benefits in America. On Saturday, Santorum said: Talk to minority communities, not about giving them food stamps and government dependency but about creating jobs so that […]

Gingirch, stuck on sidelines, plots another comeback

Gingirch, stuck on sidelines, plots another comeback

Largely on the sidelines of the GOP race, Newt Gingrich is pinning his fleeting Republican presidential hopes on Georgia, where his political career began, and a cluster of states that vote the same day. He’s likely to sustain two more losses before Super Tuesday — in Michigan and Arizona, two states he’s ceded to rivals […]

Republicans on Santorum: ‘Enough already’

Republicans on Santorum: ‘Enough already’

After a week in which Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign often seemed focused on issues like pre-natal testing, abortion and religion, the message from the Republican Party’s establishment was becoming clear on Friday: We’ve had enough. Santorum, battling Mitt Romney in what polls say is a tight race in Tuesday’s crucial primary in Michigan, sought to […]