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Romney claims he is ‘values’ candidate

Republican Mitt Romney criticized presidential rival Rudy Giuliani on Friday, arguing that his own real-world experience and socially conservative values represent the "Republican wing of the Republican Party." The former…

Obama, Edwards snipe at Hillary

Democrats Barack Obama and John Edwards are criticizing presidential rival Hillary Rodham Clinton for her latest comments on negotiating with leaders of Iran and other countries that are on poor…

The resurgence of Al Gore

An Oscar, an Emmy and the Nobel Peace Prize. Will Al Gore now seek the ultimate reward and Oval Office mantel space? Don't count on it. Odds are that the…

Much-needed levity comes to politics

Can it be? Are Republicans being funnier on the presidential campaign trail than Democrats this time around? True, we live in perilous times. All the more reason it's imperative to have…

The right should race to Rudy

"The most important 'traditional value' in this election is keeping the Clintons out of the White House," says Greg Alterton, an evangelical Christian who writes for SoConsForRudy.com and counts himself…

Where’s the GOP?

It's an old kids' hide-and-seek game message, and Hispanic leaders are sending the call out to Republican presidential candidates: Come out, come out, wherever you are! …

Rudy and Mitt spit and spat

Republican presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani quarreled over tax and spending cuts Tuesday, each claiming greater commitment than the other in a debate in the nation's struggling manufacturing…

Bartlett on Fred: ‘He’s a dud’

Dan Bartlett used to speak for President Bush, one of his most trusted and ubiquitous aides for 14 years. Now, Bartlett is speaking for himself, and handicapping the Republican presidential field…

Thompson sticks to dull script

Fred Thompson remembered his lines in his first stage performance. The newcomer to the Republican presidential field neither stood out nor bombed Tuesday in his inaugural debate of the 2008 White…

A liberal by any other name

Happily, fiercely emboldened by an unpopular Republican president, liberals have been trying to cover up past political sins by renaming themselves "progressives" even as they resume their bad, old ways…