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  • Cain accuser feels "vindication" after suspension of Cain's campaign

    Cain accuser feels "vindication" after suspension of Cain's campaign
    A Chicago area woman who claimed she was groped by former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain said today she feels "vindication" by Cain's decision this weekend to suspend his campaign. “This is kind of my somewhat vindication, that I feel now,...
  • How Herman Cain's train went off the rails

    How Herman Cain's train went off the rails
    When you look at the calendar, the dizzying ride of the Cain Train basically lasted just over two months. It only felt much, much longer. Herman Cain bolted into the national political conversation with his surprising win at a straw poll among Florida's...
  • Goldberg: Gingrich the compassionate

    Goldberg: Gingrich the compassionate
    Newt Gingrich wants to pay poor kids to clean toilets. And all of the right people are horrified. The Nation says Gingrich is running on "a platform that seems to have been written by the unreformed Ebenezer Scrooge." The editors of the Newark Star-...
  • What do Christian conservatives see in Newt Gingrich?

    It amazes me that right-wing Christian Republicans would vote for Newt Gingrich. We just had Herman Cain remove himself from the 2012 presidential campaign for simply being accused of adultery. Gingrich admitted to committing adultery, more than once, yet...
  • If you think the GOP primary is a circus, remember the Democrats in 2008

    I find Steven P. Grossman's commentary amusing ("GOP presidential field outdoes itself," Nov. 6). Mr. Grossman takes great delight in mocking the field of Republican presidential nominees. That's not the amusing part. The fun part is looking at the...
  • Gingrich isn't Scrooge; he's a closet progressive

    Gingrich isn't Scrooge; he's a closet progressive
    Newt Gingrich wants to pay poor kids to clean toilets. And all of the right people are horrified. The Nation says Mr. Gingrich is running on "a platform that seems to have been written by the unreformed Ebenezer Scrooge." The editors of the Newark Star-...
  • Here's why adultery is still wrong -- even for politicians

    Here's why adultery is still wrong -- even for politicians
    We live in a bipolar culture. We allow ourselves to be drenched in sexual images in movies, on television and on the Internet and then defend First Amendment protection to even the most graphic of them. Then, when a politician acts out what culture...
  • Newt Gingrich targeted over policy, personal life in GOP debate

    Newt Gingrich targeted over policy, personal life in GOP debate
    With Newt Gingrich as their common target, the Republican presidential hopefuls piled on the new party front-runner in a lively debate Saturday night, jabbing him over his political consistency, the sturdiness of his character and the plausibility of...
  • For GOP voters, a $10,000 question

    For GOP voters, a $10,000 question
    Here's another $10,000 wager for which Mitt Romney won't find many takers: We bet the public is disappointed with the choices for president of the United States in 2012. That's a pretty remarkable circumstance given that the general election is still...
  • For Republican primaries, new rules mean a long slog

    For Republican primaries, new rules mean a long slog
    Barely three weeks from now, on Jan. 3, Republicans will start the quest for their 2012 presidential nominee in Iowa's precinct caucuses. Already the winnowing process among the candidates has begun, with the "suspension" of Herman Cain's ill-fated...
  • Goldberg: Newtzilla to the rescue

    "How do we stop Newt?" I've now been asked that question by a lot of conservatives. It's not that I'm the go-to guy for that sort of question. Rather, one gets the sense that many "establishment" conservatives are asking everybody that question —...