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  • Santorum's Expectations

    Santorum's Expectations
    Ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, the definition of success means something entirely different for each candidate. Pennsylvania's Rick Santorum has already tamped down his expectations for New Hampshire, saying Monday another second place...
  • Just an average Mitt: Romney's 'citizen candidate' line is hard to swallow

    Just an average Mitt: Romney's 'citizen candidate' line is hard to swallow
    Having endured two last-weekend debate assaults on his self-styled citizen candidacy, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney looks to today's Republican presidential primary in New Hampshire to bolster his front-runner status. But win or lose, he is likely...
  • Goldberg: Romney's authenticity problem

    Goldberg: Romney's authenticity problem
    Mitt Romney is the most improbable of presidential candidates: a weak juggernaut. He is poised to sweep every primary contest — a first for a non-incumbent. And yet, in Republican ranks there's an abiding sense that he should be beatable — and...
  • The GOP's latest target: Capitalism

    The GOP's latest target: Capitalism
    The biggest story of the New Hampshire primary is unlikely to be the identity of the winner — polls suggest Mitt Romney has matters well in hand. The real surprise is what the candidates attacked. Surely no contemporary group of Republican...
  • Charlie Gerow named Gingrich campaign's Pa. chairman

    Charlie Gerow named Gingrich campaign's Pa. chairman
    Newt Gingrich must feel pretty confident his campaign is going to last until the end of April. Because he's just enlisted Harrisburg-based Republican consultant Charlie Gerow to run his presidential effort in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania's primary is not...
  • McManus: Romney's 'electability' is key

    McManus: Romney's 'electability' is key
    New Hampshire Republicans are practical people. As I traveled around the state this week, voters who said they supported Mitt Romney in Tuesday's presidential primary consistently offered two reasons for their choice. One was Romney's resume: his...
  • Newt Gingrich gets mad

    Newt Gingrich, who went from leading in Iowa to finishing a distant fourth, got walloped again in New Hampshire, taking less than 10 percent of the vote. He's not a candidate who could break out as soon as people take a good look at him. His problem is...
  • Rep. Barletta endorses Santorum

    Rep. Barletta endorses Santorum
    Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum received his third endorsement from a sitting member of Congress Thursday, announcing support from freshman lawmaker Lou Barletta. Barletta joins U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson and U.S. Rep. Tom Marino as the now trio of...
  • Mitt Romney steps up defense of Bain Capital tenure

    Mitt Romney steps up defense of Bain Capital tenure
    Facing efforts by his Republican rivals to paint him as a heartless corporate raider who preyed on struggling companies while working in the world of private equity, Republican front-runner Mitt Romney stepped up his defense of his tenure at Bain...
  • Romney's trump card: 'electability'

    Romney's trump card: 'electability'
    New Hampshire Republicans are practical people. As I traveled around the state this past week, voters who said they supported Mitt Romney in Tuesday's presidential primary consistently offered two reasons for their choice. One was Mr. Romney's resume:...
  • A deepening disconnect

    A deepening disconnect
    Given that the country is facing huge problems and still digging out from the worst financial crisis since the Depression, some might expect that the seemingly endless debates and breathless saturation of media coverage of it all would converge into a...