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  • RNC power grab

    WASHINGTON -- Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, in an ambitious effort to direct a party makeover in wake of its defeat last November, has targeted the next presidential cycle's debates and primaries. A new party entity called the...
  • Bye-bye, Bachmann

    WASHINGTON -- If a twig falls in the forest, does it make a sound? In the case of Republican Congresswoman and tea party champion Michele Bachmann, the answer is as loud as possible. Her decision not to seek a fifth term in her House seat from Minnesota...
  • GOP's biggest problem is itself

    "How ya like me now?" -- Barack Obama OK, so Obama didn't really say that but surely, he must have thought it behind a private smile at some point Tuesday night. There are no smiles among the Republicans, however, only a pressing question: Can the GOP...
  • A new GOP, or just a cosmetic touchup?

    Maybe the party is finally over. Meaning not simply the Grand Old Party, but more specifically the bacchanal of the bizarre and carnival of crazy to which it has lately devolved. So obvious has this devolution become that even Republican stalwarts have...
  • Right decision, wrong reason

    Let there be no cheers for Rob Portman. The Ohio senator is, pardon the tautology, a conservative Republican and last week, he did something conservative Republicans do not do. He came out for same-sex marriage. This is a man whose anti-gay bona fides...
  • 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...
  • 'The Daily Show': Brit John Oliver temps at a late-night desk job

    Somewhere in South London, there's a storage unit that's a veritable time capsule of John Oliver's life, circa 2006. That's when, as a young comedian on the rise in the U.K., he got a call from "The Daily Show." He landed in New York on a Sunday and...
  • Washington mourns loss of tea party queen

    Say it ain't so. There has never been a sadder day in American politics. Political reporters are still in shock over Michele Bachmann's sudden announcement that she will not seek re-election to Congress. How dare she just up and walk away? What are we...
  • Mother's love haunts Jeb Bush presidential campaign

    So much for "Jeb! 2016." The kibosh on the anticipated presidential run by the former Florida governor came from an unlikely source at an unexpected time. "He's by far the best qualified man, but no," said Barbara Bush when asked if she wanted to see...
  • As Hispanic voters' numbers increase, politicians come calling

    As Hispanic voters' numbers increase, politicians come calling
    Democrats and Republicans who disagree on just about everything are in sync on one subject: If they want to win Florida's governorship next year or the presidential election in 2016, they can't afford to ignore or alienate Hispanic voters. "It's a no...
  • Kumbaya era unravels in campaign against Obama

    She seemed embarrassed to tell me that she's voting for Mitt Romney, as if the admission might suggest that she'd been hiding racist leanings during our long friendship. Four years ago, she voted for Barack Obama and made sure then that I knew it. She...