Tim Pawlenty

In Minnesota and Kansas, the victory of Trump-style candidates makes GOP wins less likely.
Former state Rep. Jeff Johnson won the state's GOP gubernatorial nomination.
Steven Mnuchin: While Trump blasted Clinton throughout the campaign for her ties to Wall Street, the president-elect is considering
The two-term governor and GOP presidential candidate did not know what a Super PAC was.
I returned home to Los Angeles exactly six years ago this month to prepare for a February exploratory trip to Washington, DC, New York and then a week in New Hampshire to "test the waters" for a possible run.
With convening of the 114th Congress and the swearing in this week of new governors and state representatives, the GOP on paper is sitting very pretty in the Capitol and the nation's statehouses.
Rick Santorum, former Pennsylvania senator and GOP presidential hopeful "Republicans should support reasonable increases
As Santorum noted, Republican lawmakers haven't debated how much to increase the minimum wage and when. Instead they have
"[W]hile I support reasonable increases in the minimum wage, the proposal being presented by the Senate majority goes too
On paper, the lobbying industry is quickly disappearing. In January, records indicated that for a third straight year, overall
I suggest putting a freeze on those debt collector lawsuits until unemployment falls to some more reasonable level -- 6 percent. That would give millions of Americans the breathing space to get back to work -- and then they can catch up on all those old past due debts.
Two things were confirmed this past week: that Mitt Romney truly despises the poor and middle class, and that most Republican leaders despise Mitt Romney.
I'll give him credit: Mitt Romney trounced his opponents in the Republican debates. But did you see that crop of crazies battling for King or Queen of the Parallel Universe?