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  • Wyoming fund manager is betting on Rick Santorum, again

    The Wyoming fund manager who contributed $2.1 million to help Rick Santorum run for president in 2012 is backing him again, though less visibly this time. Foster Friess, founder and chairman of Friess Associates, said Wednesday that while he's supporting...
  • FEC: Ohio lawmaker's campaign delayed reporting donations

    An Ohio congressman's re-election campaign has been ordered by the Federal Election Commission to pay a $5,425 fine for failing to promptly report several donations it received before last year's primary and general elections. The campaign finance agency...
  • Schock's ties to donors raise questions about travel, condo, 'swaps'

    Schock's ties to donors raise questions about travel, condo, 'swaps'
    During his six years in Congress, Rep. Aaron Schock could count on commodity trader Darren Frye and his wife, Becky, for campaign cash, transportation and use of an upscale condominium in Chicago, according to records and sources. But now that Schock...
  • Think like a liberal -- or else

    What happens when the public does not wish to live out the utopian dreams of its elite leaders? Usually, the answer for those leaders is to seek more coercion and less liberty to force people to think progressively. Here at home, President Barack Obama...
  • Liberal groups dig for dirt on Bush, other GOP candidates

    WASHINGTON Jeb Bush was in New Hampshire, talking to voters about the education standards called Common Core. Back in Washington, ears perked up on a team that spends all day, every day, scouring television and the Internet for appearances by...
  • Progress stymied by overly partisan political system

    America won't be able to fix its aging infrastructure until it fixes its broken political system. It's obvious that preventive maintenance saves money. An engineering society has published an alarming report of how many bridges are unsafe. Government can...
  • A political battle over loans to the military has DCCC criticizing Forbes

    Buried deep in the National Defense Authorization Act were a few paragraphs about a study --as well as some sharp political bickering --on consumer protection for military families. The issue was a review of proposed – but as yet not formally...
  • Boehner doesn't defend NH's Rep. Guinta over contributions

    House Speaker John Boehner stopped short Tuesday of defending embattled Rep. Frank Guinta, saying lawmakers must meet "the highest ethical standards" when asked if the New Hampshire Republican should remain in Congress. Boehner's arms-length response was...
  • GOP committee declines to ask Guinta to resign

    The New Hampshire Republican Party's Executive Committee has declined to ask U.S. Rep Frank Guinta to resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans that he step down after the Federal Election Commission found he broke the law by accepting campaign...
  • Guinta plans to serve constituents amid donation questions

    U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta said Monday he'll remain in office despite calls from fellow Republicans that he resign after the Federal Election Commission found he broke the law by accepting campaign donations from his parents. In 2010, Guinta reported lending...
  • Embattled congressman not backing down, despite calls for resignation

    WASHINGTON It's been a rough week for Rep. Frank Guinta, capped Monday with Sen. Kelly Ayotte calling on her fellow New Hampshire Republican to step down amid a campaign finance scandal. But the embattled congressman is not backing down. After five years...