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  • Debates promise cheap entertainment

    We're about to see some wild behavior from the Republican presidential candidates. At least that's what the cable networks are trying to arrange. To understand why, look at how Fox News and CNN have set their debate rules for the first GOP debate, which...
  • Some GOP Candidates Can't Even Get On Stage

    Some GOP Candidates Can't Even Get On Stage
    Because so many Republicans want to be president — or at least pretend they do — debate organizers have decided to eliminate the least popular from the stage based on how they rank in the latest national polls. Fox News, which is hosting the...
  • Indian Americans speak out after Loretta Sanchez gaffe

    Rep. Loretta Sanchez brought unwelcome attention to her fledgling campaign for U.S. Senate this weekend with an ill-fated "war cry" gesture that became the talk of the state Democratic Party convention. But her gaffe, which offended some and baffled...
  • Republicans speaking in Iowa don't limit their jabs to Democrats

    Republicans speaking in Iowa don't limit their jabs to Democrats
     Though 11 Republicans eyeing the White House largely delivered scathing indictments of President Obama and Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton's policies, small cracks in the GOP field emerged at a boisterous "cattle call." Sen. Rand Paul of...
  • Republican White House hopefuls to court Iowans

    Nearly a dozen potential GOP presidential candidates are swarming Iowa on Saturday, courting more about 1,300 party activists who hold sway over the first nominating process in the nation. The gathering, a state party fundraiser with tickets costing...
  • Who gets a seat at GOP debates? 'It's going to be mess'

    Who gets a seat at GOP debates? 'It's going to be mess'
    Even in today's Republican Party there's such a thing as being too much of a long shot. On Thursday, John Bolton, the former ambassador to the U.N. under George W. Bush, who had flirted with entering the race for the GOP presidential nomination,...
  • 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...
  • Bobby Jindal: Obama wrong to hold Florida's funding hostage

    Bobby Jindal: Obama wrong to hold Florida's funding hostage
    "If you like your plan, you can keep it." There's a reason this so-called promise from President Obama was called the "Lie of the Year" by Politifact in 2013. At least 2.6 million people received cancellation notices because their health-insurance plans...
  • Gay marriage a difficult issue for GOP White House hopefuls

    Gay marriage a difficult issue for GOP White House hopefuls
    For Democratic politicians, same-sex marriage has become an easy issue: They're for it. Many Republican VIPs — notably presidential hopefuls like Wisconsin's Scott Walker — face a far more complicated landscape. Looming ahead for these...
  • Same-sex marriage snarling GOP hopefuls

    Same-sex marriage snarling GOP hopefuls
    Republican presidential hopefuls are struggling with how to position themselves on same-sex marriage, an issue that is bedeviling a party hoping to avoid social controversies as the 2016 election approaches. Rapidly changing public opinion on the...
  • Jindal: Firms opposed to religious objections bill are in 'unholy alliance' with liberals

    Jindal: Firms opposed to religious objections bill are in 'unholy alliance' with liberals
    Gov. Bobby Jindal said Thursday that businesses opposed to religious objections laws are entering an "unholy alliance" with the same liberal elites who support more taxes, regulation and "demonize" profit-making. In a meeting with reporters, the...