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  • Broward Republicans, still divided, have new party secretary

    Broward Republicans, still divided, have new party secretary
    Original post | 8:40 p.m. Jan. 27 Updated | 10:35 a.m. Jan. 28 It wasn’t exactly smooth and orderly, but the Broward Republican Party has a new secretary. Carolyn Kennedy, 58, a longtime party activist from Cooper City, has the job....
  • James Carville Joins Fox News Channel As Contributor

    James Carville, the Democratic strategist, former Clinton aide and one-time CNN personality, has joined Fox News Channel as a contributor, the 21st Century Fox-owned network disclosed Thursday. "James' successful and storied career in politics over...
  • President Carson? [Letter]

    President Carson?  [Letter]
    I'm glad to see Dr. Ben Carson is leading the Republican field of Presidential "hopefuls" — as in "I hope this isn't all they have to offer" ("O'Malley lags behind Clinton," Feb. 17). I'm sure he will prove to be just as viable candidate as Herman...
  • IRS Grants Non-Profit Status to Hollywood Conservative Group Friends of Abe

    Hollywood's largest fellowship of conservatives and right-of-center independents, Friends of Abe, has been granted 501(c)3 non-profit status by the Internal Revenue Service, about three years after it first sought the designation. Jeremy Boreing, lead...
  • Why the GOP Fought So Hard Against CNN, NBC Hillary Clinton Projects

    Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus declared a "major victory" against the mainstream media after CNN and NBC canceled their planned Hillary Clinton projects, but he also gave a reminder of why he so fiercely fought against the...
  • Fox News Shakes Up its Long-Stable Program Lineup

    Fox News Channel has long burnished slogans such as "Fair and Balanced" and "We Report, You Decide." But it may just as well have used this old chestnut: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." For years, the 21st Century Fox-owned cable-newser has...
  • Gloria Allred is easy to criticize, but just wait 'til you need her

    Gloria Allred is back in the news and -- not that she gives a flying fig — but the haters are out in force. They call her “ambulance chaser” and “publicity hound.” They snicker that if a sex scandal is in the air,...
  • Hillary Clinton on TV may help Republicans

    When I heard that Alec Baldwin might be hosting a weekly show on MSNBC, I was delighted: Maybe I wouldn't have to catch reruns of "30 Rock" to get my Baldwin fix. Let's hope he doesn't take any anger-management classes before he starts. My second thought...
  • GOP is now a three-man race: Romney vs. Gingrich vs. Gingrich

    Now that Herman Cain has "suspended his campaign" (I've decided to honor him by suspending my reading of anything further about his candidacy/book tour), the race is down to three people: Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. At this point, the...
  • Letters: Healthcare solutions

    Re "Republicans searching for Plan B," Sept. 26 Listening to the procession of Republicans in the last two years is like playing whack-a-mole: As fast as the American public knocks one down, another one pops up. Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Rand Paul,...
  • Mark Russell

    During Tuesday's 237th Republican debate, Rick Perry was at the top of his game, the game being miniature golf. Ron Paul's libertarian take on everything espouses a government whose only function is to inspect meat. Occasionally. Herman Cain seemed...