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  • To win, Romney needs a strategy for China

    To win, Romney needs a strategy for China
    China should be at the center of the 2012 Republican campaign for the White House. Unless Mitt Romney emphasizes specific solutions for creating jobs by ending unnecessary outsourcing to the Middle Kingdom, he won't win. President Barack Obama's...
  • McManus: In politics, accentuate the negative

    McManus: In politics, accentuate the negative
    When the Olympic Games began almost 30 centuries ago in ancient Greece, rulers of city-states proclaimed an "Olympic truce," a ban on warfare to allow athletes, poets and spectators to attend without getting speared. It would be nice to think that this...
  • What's next for Bob and Kendel Ehrlich, a cable access show from their basement?

    What's next for Bob and Kendel Ehrlich, a cable access show from their basement?
    Talk about two political careers going in opposite directions. Last Sunday, I wrote about the top Sunday morning public affairs shows like "Meet the Press"  falling in love with Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and booking him every chance they get. I...
  • POLL: Among likely Pennsylvania voters, Obama has over 50 percent support

    POLL: Among likely Pennsylvania voters, Obama has over 50 percent support
    If Barack Obama's and Mitt Romney's internal pollsters show what Quinnipiac University does in their Pennsylvania survey released Wednesday morning, it may explain why the campaigns have waged a half-hearted effort in the state. Polling "likely voters"...
  • Will Obama win by default?

    Will Obama win by default?
    Could it be that President Barack Obama's best chance for re-election in November is ... Mitt Romney? The dismal state of the economy, and especially the stagnant high unemployment rate, clearly are red flags for Mr. Obama's hopes of retaining the...
  • Romney and Reid are both playing fast-and-loose — and the media lets them get away with it

    Romney and Reid are both playing fast-and-loose — and the media lets them get away with it
    In the expanding political universe of anonymous allegations and nonresponsive responses, the latest exchange between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and prospective Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney takes the cake. At issue is Mr. Romney's...
  • Mitt Romney has much more important things to talk about than his taxes

    Mitt Romney has much more important things to talk about than his taxes
    To call Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid a "mad dog," as Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank did, is an affront to the canine community and those suffering from legitimate mental illness. Mr. Reid was completely sane when he spread hearsay about an...
  • 'Romney inspires me to pursue my dreams'

    As a recent college graduate, I'm full of dreams. I can't wait to help make a better world with my skills. But lately I've been full of concern. I'm concerned for my future and the future of my generation. I'm concerned for my country. Recently, we...
  • Ryan selection forces Democrats to put up or shut up

    With the selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney forces the Democrats to produce a budget of their own. It's too hot of a topic not to. They can't bury their collective heads in the sand any longer, they have to cough it up. We all know...
  • F&M: Obama Pennsylvania lead shrinks

    F&M: Obama Pennsylvania lead shrinks
    President Barack Obama's lead over Mitt Romney in lean-blue Pennsylvania is half of what it was at the beginning of the summer. A Franklin & Marshall survey of the state's voters taken even before Romney chose Paul Ryan as his running mate (post vice...
  • Unconventional

    Unconventional
    A nation of predominantly couch-bound television watchers got some bad news tonight, as President Barack Obama accepted his party's nomination and delivered the following line: "America's not about what can be done for us, it's about what can be done by...