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Santorum got rich after leaving Senate

Santorum got rich after leaving Senate

Rick Santorum grew wealthy over his four years working as a corporate consultant and media commentator after leaving the Senate in 2006, his newly released federal tax returns show. He…

Santorum: Aspirin? We don’t need no stinkin’ aspirin

Santorum: Aspirin? We don’t need no stinkin’ aspirin

Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum is distancing himself from a high-profile supporter’s comments about contraception. The main donor behind Santorum’s “super PAC,” Foster Friess (freeze), said on MSNBC on Thursday…

Is Santorum surging again?

Is Santorum surging again?

While former Minnesota Gov. Mitt Romney worked to neutralize former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, the other “former” in the race — one time Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum —…

Halftime in America

Halftime in America

Clint Eastwood popped up in a Super Bowl ad at halftime Sunday night — not dispatching bad guys as Dirty Harry or snuffing outlaws in a spaghetti western. Nope, Clint…

Newt Gingrich’s latest — and most blatant — hypocrisy

Newt Gingrich’s latest — and most blatant — hypocrisy

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, the Republican bomb thrower who turned dissension into public policy, now says he is “sick and tired” of candidates who deploy divisive tactics.…

Obama’s State of the Disunion

Obama’s State of the Disunion

President Barack Obama rewrote history in real time Tuesday night, telling the nation that most, if not all, the problems this country faces were inherited and everything would be OK…

Romney’s tax bill: $6.2 million for two years

Romney’s tax bill: $6.2 million for two years

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, a millionaire several times over, paid 13.9 percent of his income in taxes last year and expects to shell out 15.4 percent this year. That…

Stopping Gingrich is job one

Stopping Gingrich is job one

Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney went on the attack against former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich Sunday, telling a Florida rally that the man who beat him in South…

What now for Republicans?

What now for Republicans?

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich‘s thumping of pre-determined frontrunner Mitt Romney in South Carolina’s GOP primary Saturday has party leaders expressing concerns in conference calls and huddling to…

Romney’s rapid fall from the top

Romney’s rapid fall from the top

At the beginning of the week, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney had two primary wins and appeared headed for an easy victory in conservative South Carolina. By week’s end, he…