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Gingrich: ‘It doesn’t matter what I do. People need to hear what I have to say’

Gingrich: ‘It doesn’t matter what I do. People need to hear what I have to say’

Newt Gingrich bragged to his second wife that it didn’t matter if he screwed around because his supporters would always buy into what he had to say, not what he…

Newly unearthed newsletters reveal Ron Paul lied

Newly unearthed newsletters reveal Ron Paul lied

The New Republic has found more evidence that Ron Paul is lying about his involvement in racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic newsletters published under his name in the 1990s. The newly-discovered…

Bombastic Gingrich draws Republican ire

Bombastic Gingrich draws Republican ire

When Newt Gingrich stepped down as Speaker of the House and resigned from Congress amid an ethics scandal over a book deal and revelations that he was once again dumping…

Pathetic GOP field turns perennial losers into contenders

Pathetic GOP field turns perennial losers into contenders

In a Twilight Zone political season where a celebrity-seeking real estate developer, a serial adulterer, a sexual predator, a brain-dead Texas governor and an intellectually-challenged Congresswoman can be touted as…

Nasty Newt is back, but will anybody care?

Nasty Newt is back, but will anybody care?

A petulant, whiny Newt Gingrich is turning up the heat on GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney. The kinder, gentler Newt is gone, replaced by an old familiar Newt — the…

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…

The Republican primaries: Much ado about nobodies

The Republican primaries: Much ado about nobodies

The “official” Republican presidential primary season begins in a week with the Iowa caucuses.  Then we get down to real voting in New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida and so on.…

As a Congressman, Ron Paul’s record is lackluster at best

As a Congressman, Ron Paul’s record is lackluster at best

Ron Paul sponsored 620 bills as a Congressman from Texas. One became law — H.R. 2121, which authorized sale of the old U.S. Customs House in Galveston, Tex. Most of…

The hypocrisy of Ron Paul and his supporters

The hypocrisy of Ron Paul and his supporters

The rabid supporters of twice unsuccessful Presidential candidate Ron Paul claim their candidate is different from the others but when he comes under attack for using his foundations to further…