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DES MOINES, Iowa – With his strong showing in the caucuses here, Marco Rubio is growing closer to consolidating the establishment
By virtue of its demanding nature, the job of president of the United States requires a big ego. But an ego that is expansive enough to override a White House occupant's obligations to a national constituency is not what you want in a head of state.
There are 30 million people who can afford a new iPhone without batting an eye - there's less people going to movies or going on vacations spending discretionary income, because the bottom 80% simply don't have any discretionary income to spend.
Fell so far, fell so fast. What happened?
I'm a loyal Republican, but I'm an American first. And I suspect that what most Americans would like to hear from Republicans running for President is not a message that's negative and divisive, but a message that inspires and unifies us.
Everyday Iowa voters are less likely to caucus for former Texas governor and potential presidential candidate Rick Perry "because of his involvement" with a controversial oil pipeline proposal, according to an influential state lawmaker who has made eminent domain one of his signature issues in the Iowa House of Representatives.
Watch the video above. Here's an index of key moments in the discussion: On the one hand, there was high drama. The House
WASHINGTON -- Days after tea party candidates were overwhelmingly defeated by establishment Republicans in several midterm
The latest Republican incumbent to face such a challenge is Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.), who is facing Liz Cheney in a primary
Launched by Club for Growth Action, the group's super PAC arm, the Primary My Congressman site features a list of nine representatives
Republicans who don't want to witness GOP-on-GOP primary warfare in 2014 may want to keep their eyes trained on the Lower
First, let’s review the Senate races where the Republicans nominated so-called “electable” establishment candidates in 2012
Romney, then in the midst of his first presidential run, disputed Ijaz’s characterization of his comments. He argued that
Just seeing the pompous and self-righteous former Speaker of the House night after night is enough to turn one off of politics
Newt Gingrich's act of selfishness is indicative of the kind of poor sportsmanship which may lose the Republicans the presidential race come November.
Government spending and programs to many are tantamount to hand outs to undeserving blacks and the poor and that in turn equals money snatched from the pockets of hard working whites.