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  • Will Republicans follow no 'Obama bashing' request at RedState gathering?

    Republican presidential candidates are being discouraged from bashing President Barack Obama one of their favorite targets at a conservative summit in August. Erick Erickson, the editor-in-chief of the conservative website hosting the RedState Gathering,...
  • In South Carolina, a Republican scramble to stand out

    Republicans making their pitch to be the party's 2016 presidential nominee aimed to out-do each other Saturday in arguing that President Barack Obama is a failed leader. But hitting Obama with the usual critiques — from his 2010 health care...
  • The Latest on 2016: GOP hopefuls proud of their parents

    6:30 p.m. (EDT) For many of the presidential hopefuls on stage Saturday for the South Carolina Freedom Summit, their parents are never far from their thoughts. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal tells of his parents leaving India to go to Baton Rouge. "The...
  • Jeb Bush: Stronger 'Christian voice' needed in world

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Saturday condemned the Obama administration's use of "coercive federal power" to limit religious freedom as he courted Christian conservatives at a Liberty University commencement ahead of a likely presidential run....
  • GOP must seek African-American vote

    GOP must seek African-American vote
    President Obama was elected and re-elected with wide support among African-Americans. According to the Washington Post, Obama won 93 percent of that voting bloc in 2012, four years after winning 95 percent in 2008.  That kind of margin would be expected...
  • Where the candidates stand on immigration

    Hillary Clinton's endorsement of a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented workers highlights what is already a lightning rod issue in a presidential campaign where two key constituencies are the Hispanic vote and Republican conservatives...
  • Louisiana House to debate scaling back tax breaks this week

    After weeks of back-room wrangling, the budget-balancing debate is moving to the floor of the Louisiana House, with colleges and health services at the mercy of the high-stakes decisions. House leaders are asking their colleagues to decide Thursday which...
  • Tax hikes for roadwork begin advancing in Louisiana House

    Pothole-riddled roads, traffic congestion and a never-addressed wish list of transportation projects are driving Louisiana's lawmakers to consider state tax increases to raise new money for roadwork. The House Ways and Means Committee approved two...
  • Huckabee launches second bid for White House

    WASHINGTON Mike Huckabee's back, hoping to lead a determined army of evangelical conservatives and blue-collar Republicans en route to the Republican presidential nomination and then the White House. The former Arkansas governor launched his candidacy...
  • Conservative host Michael Medved back on the air amid his battle with throat cancer

    SEATTLE Sometimes the most life-changing events come out of the most ordinary moments. And so it was when Michael Medved, a nationally syndicated, conservative radio host, was getting his teeth cleaned last December. The dental hygienist noticed a...
  • Financing plan for Medicaid expansion wins committee support

    Lawmakers have repeatedly refused to expand Louisiana's Medicaid program, siding with Gov. Bobby Jindal in opposition. But on Monday, they started advancing a proposal that would help pay for an expansion if Louisiana's next governor has any interest....