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  • Wasserman Schultz, Kaufman race a clear contrast

    Wasserman Schultz, Kaufman race a clear contrast
    Voters in District 23 this election year face a clear choice between a high-profile Democratic congresswoman who strenuously promotes Obamacare and a Republican challenger who warns that the new health care law will "destroy the American economy."...
  • Durbin ties Oberweis to tea party attacks

     Durbin ties Oberweis to tea party attacks
    Disbanding the Export-Import Bank, as critics of the embattled federal agency have sought to do in recent months, would hurt local businesses by cutting off access to customers abroad, Sen. Dick Durbin said Friday. Durbin made the Ex-Im issue the...
  • Tea party activist Karin Hoffman seeks state Senate seat

    Tea party activist Karin Hoffman seeks state Senate seat
    Karin Hoffman of Lighthouse Point, founder of the tea party group DC Works For US, is running for the Florida Senate. In a filing with the state Division of Elections, Hoffman indicated she plans to seek the Republican nomination for the Broward-Palm...
  • Conservatives compete to run against Wasserman Schultz

    Two fiscal conservatives with prior congressional campaigns are competing in a Republican primary to run against U.S. Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz in November, a daunting task in a mostly Democratic district. Joseph Kaufman, backed by conservative...
  • Carson may find politics is job for politicians

    Ben Carson is following in the footsteps of Walter Cronkite and Lee Iacocca as a nonpolitician being publicly mentioned as a candidate for the most political of jobs, the U.S. presidency. Carson, a retired physician at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions,...
  • Advice for GOP presidential candidates: Do your homework

    Advice for GOP presidential candidates: Do your homework
    Good for Rick Perry. After a fairly disastrous first go at the White House, he's gearing up for a second try. Over the weekend, he told NBC News' Kasie Hunt: "I was not prepared properly." In 2012, he told CNN that the "idea you can just stroll in there...
  • Todd Akin's back again to talk about rape [Commentary]

    Todd Akin's back again to talk about rape [Commentary]
    So, Todd Akin is back and he's talking rape again. You remember what happened last time. The would-be Missouri senator torpedoed his campaign two years ago after suggesting in a TV interview that if a woman is a victim of "legitimate rape," she is...
  • Todd Akin's back again to talk of rape

    So, Todd Akin is back and he's talking rape again. You remember what happened last time. The would-be Missouri senator torpedoed his campaign two years ago after suggesting in a TV interview that if a woman is a victim of "legitimate rape," she is...
  • Chris Christie Tries 'Tonight Show' Comedy for a Comeback

    Six months ago, as the scandal over the George Washington bridge closure was putting Chris Christie's political future in doubt, the New Jersey governor's idol, Bruce Springsteen, hit him where it hurt: He performed a Bridgegate parody of "Born to Run" on...
  • Advice for presidential GOP candidates: Do your homework

    Good for Rick Perry. After a fairly disastrous first go at the White House, he's gearing up for a second try. Over the weekend, he told NBC News' Kasie Hunt: "I was not prepared properly." In 2012, he told CNN that the "idea you can just stroll in...
  • It takes more doing homework to be president

    Jonah Goldberg's suggestion is that to run for president, a candidate needs to prepare by memorizing things such as the names of government agencies and nations of the world, with their capitals and leaders. ("Advice for GOP presidential candidates: Do...