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  • Herman Cain gaining on Mitt Romney in New Hampshire

    Herman Cain gaining on Mitt Romney in New Hampshire
    New Hampshire is still Mitt Romney country, but Herman Cain is rising fast, according to two new surveys of Republican voters in the first-in-the-nation primary state. A poll released Monday from the Institutes of Politics at Harvard University and St....
  • Sharpton To Broadcast From Occupy Wall Street Protests

    Sharpton To Broadcast From Occupy Wall Street Protests
    The Rev. Al Sharpton will bring his nationally syndicated radio show to lower Manhattan Monday as the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations enter their 24th day. Sharpton, an outspoken civil rights activist and talk show host, will broadcast from Zuccotti...
  • McManus: Mitt Romney and the Not-Romneys

    There may still be half a dozen contenders for the Republican presidential nomination, but the race has always had room for only two: Mitt Romney and someone who isn't Mitt Romney. After four full-scale debates, that second spot, reserved for a more...
  • Occupy Wall Street and the keywords of the enemy -- Part 2

    Occupy Wall Street and the keywords of the enemy -- Part 2
    David Akadjian points out how conservative politicians have created false divides among most Americans (the 99 percent), thus fracturing their majoritarian power. I suggest (as does Jodi Dean, maybe David, too) that the majority has a history of...
  • Romney isn't the nominee, but he's sure acting like it

    Romney isn't the nominee, but he's sure acting like it
    During the Republican presidential candidates' debate at Dartmouth College the other night, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was asked his choice for chairman of the Federal Reserve. Grinning, he replied: "I haven't chosen that person. I haven't even...
  • GOP hopefuls threaten to skip Nevada caucuses

    GOP hopefuls threaten to skip Nevada caucuses
    A growing list of Republican presidential hopefuls are threatening to boycott the Nevada caucuses, hoping to pressure the state GOP to change the date of the Jan. 14 contest to avoid forcing New Hampshire to move its primary into December. Jon Huntsman,...
  • Separation of church and state is as important for ministers as it is for politicians

    Separation of church and state is as important for ministers as it is for politicians
    It was said of Al Smith, a Roman Catholic, that if he won the 1928 presidential election he would take orders from the Vatican and not uphold the Constitution. John F. Kennedy famously confronted that anti-Catholic prejudice in a 1960 speech to the...
  • Financial filings show differences in Perry and Romney efforts

    Financial filings show differences in Perry and Romney efforts
    Neck-and-neck for the lead in the Republican money race, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney fuel their campaigns by relying on big-dollar donors. But they diverge on spending, with Romney paying out far more than Perry...
  • Mitt Romney, Rick Perry toe to toe: A TV debate producer's dream

    Mitt Romney, Rick Perry toe to toe:  A TV debate producer's dream
    I expected the worst from CNN's debate Tuesday when I saw John King interviewing Wayne Newton outside the hall during "John King USA." I know Newton is Mr. Las Vegas, but I still wondered why anyone at CNN thinks it is a wise use of one of the best...
  • Presidential campaign: Guess who's getting the worst press?

    Presidential campaign: Guess who's getting the worst press?
    Which candidate running for president in 2012 has drawn the most negative coverage in the press over the last five months? Here's a hint: The results aren't even close. If you said Texas Gov. Rick Perry, congratulations, you had it exactly wrong. Mr....
  • Republicans get tough, and Romney stands his ground

    The gloves are off now in the 2012 Republican presidential nomination fight, as viewers saw in Tuesday night's two-hour CNN debate in Las Vegas. Seven of the eight contenders got in on the bare-knuckle brawl, but most of the telling blows were exchanged...