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  • Tennessee governor not among army of speakers at NRA event

    When more than 70,000 gun enthusiasts descend on Nashville for the National Rifle Association's annual meeting this week, they won't be hearing from one prominent Tennessean: Republican Gov. Bill Haslam. NRA spokeswoman Jennifer Baker commended the...
  • Hatred in the name of God

    From the beginning of recorded history, religious zealots have performed all kinds of atrocities -- from genocide to pure bigotry -- in the name of God. And the shocking fact is, they're still at it. Today, Islamic extremists in the Middle East behead...
  • Cruz to become first major candidate to jump into 2016 race

    Cruz to become first major candidate to jump into 2016 race
    The 2016 contest for the White House will get its first official big-name entrant on Monday, in a move likely to upend the dynamics of the nascent presidential race. Sen. Ted Cruz, the combative conservative who has made liberty the clarion call of...
  • The value of competition

    The value of competition
    A big thanks to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for ushering in the 2016 presidential race by officially announcing his candidacy at Liberty University today . We've had plenty of time to speculate about who's running and who's not, and soon enough we'll be able to...
  • As governor, Jeb Bush used personal email to discuss security, troop movements

    As governor, Jeb Bush used personal email to discuss security, troop movements
    Jeb Bush used his private email account as Florida governor to discuss security and military issues such as troop deployments to the Middle East and the protection of nuclear plants, according to a review of publicly released records. The emails include...
  • Republicans are on the wrong side of history

    Republicans are on the wrong side of history
    The good news for Republicans: They have a path to victory in 2016. The bad news for Republicans: They are not on that path. At the moment, they have wandered into a dense thicket and are picking nettles from their skin while being bitten by...
  • Louisiana bill adds cost controls on TOPS tuition program

    Cost controls would be added to Louisiana's TOPS free college tuition program under a bill backed Wednesday by state higher-education leaders. The legislation is meant to address concerns about its ballooning price tag and is sponsored by two Senate...
  • What does Indiana's religious freedom law do for Republicans?

    WASHINGTON The furor this week over Indiana's religious freedom law means new trouble nationally for a Republican Party that's been fighting an image of intolerance for years. Politically, this is the first big, bruising social issue skirmish of the 2016...
  • Connecticut Likes Clinton, Q Poll Says; Bush, Walker Top GOP Field

    Connecticut Likes Clinton, Q Poll Says; Bush, Walker Top GOP Field
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have had a pretty rough week otherwise, but she's getting some love from Connecticut. A new Quinnipiac University Poll, released Thursday morning, said "Clinton can just e-mail it in to win Connecticut." " ....
  • 6 reasons American voters prefer governors for president

    WASHINGTON With their presidential competitors in the Senate silenced by a break until mid-April, the governors eyeing the White House can flex their executive muscles before less-distracted voters. Last week, for example, while the Senate spent hours...
  • To balance budgets, governors seek higher education cuts

    WASHINGTON Governors in nearly a half-dozen states want to cut state spending on colleges and universities to help close budget shortfalls, often sparking vehement opposition among state lawmakers of both parties. Republican governors in Arizona, Kansas,...