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Iowa may be "too white, too evangelical, too rural" to be a good representative of the U.S. electorate, as NBC's Andrea Mitchell puts it. The caucuses, requiring a big commitment of time, may also be an awkward proxy for a real vote. Some people think the...
Newt Gingrich performed well in last night's debate. He was calm, focused, and knowledgeable, and he gave what the Fox News audience wanted to hear about President Obama. He defended himself reasonably well, though not very persuasively, on his...
After the Iowa caucuses one year, I recall, every candidate in the field went before TV cameras to proclaim the outcome a victory for him. This time, the claims were not quite so universal. But it seems clear that there was only one winner last night:...
When I was a young journalist freelancing for The Washington Monthly, an iconoclastic "neo-liberal" publication that specialized in applying the same scrutiny to liberal schemes as it did to conservative ones, the legendary editor Charlie Peters told me,...
The anybody-but-Romney segment of the Republican party is the main reason one alternative candidate after another keeps rising to the fore, the latest being Newt Gingrich. This faction dislikes and distrusts Mitt because he has abandoned so many liberal...
Herman Cain, the business executive who was recently the leading Republican candidate for president, has dropped out of the race after allegations that he carried on a 13-year extramarital affair. Even though Mr. Cain says the accusations are untrue, as...
Tags: Slavery, Barack Obama, Adultery, YouTube, Mitch Daniels
ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — Newt Gingrich, the colorful former House speaker and fiery partisan, formally exited the Republican presidential contest Wednesday and vowed to help Mitt Romney’s bid to defeat President Barack Obama. Ending a campaign...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Ronald Reagan, Mitt Romney, Elections
WASHINGTON (AP) — As Newt Gingrich prepared to abandon his presidential bid, President Barack Obama saw it as an opportunity to swipe at Mitt Romney. Obama’s re-election campaign on Wednesday released an 80-second web video of clips from the...
Tags: Politics, Washington, DC, Mitt Romney, Elections
CNNRichard Grenell, who joined Mitt Romney's team as a foreign policy adviser less than two weeks ago, has left the campaign, a spokesman for the likely Republican presidential nominee confirmed Tuesday. "We are disappointed that Ric decided to resign...
KIAHWhen you listen to guys like Newt Gingrich, is it any wonder that people have trouble believing anything that comes out of a politician’s mouth? When Gingrich lost badly to Mitt Romney in the Florida primaries, the former Speaker of the House...
Call Washington BureauThe long-awaited peace talks between Mitt Romney and his former rival Rick Santorum will take place Friday in Pittsburgh. Santorum's strategist, John Brabender, had suggested recently that the meeting would take place in Pennsylvania and said quite...
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