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  • Inside the Pawlenty haul: 3 states boost GOP hopeful's coffers

    Inside the Pawlenty haul: 3 states boost GOP hopeful's coffers
    Tim Pawlenty's presidential campaign raised $4.3 million and spent nearly $2.5 million in the second quarter of the year, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission. More than $2 million of the former Minnesota...
  • Campaign finance reports underscore GOP disparities

    Campaign finance reports underscore GOP disparities
    The first look at the campaign finance activities of the 2012 White House contenders underscored not only President Obama's huge cash advantage over his rivals but also the wide disparities in the Republican field, setting the stage for an urgent money...
  • Republican candidates spent money to make money

    Republican candidates spent money to make money
    The huge infrastructure that President Obama is putting together for his reelection effort was already visible in the first few months of spending by his campaign, which doled out $10.5 million for a massive bricks-and-mortar operation based in Chicago....
  • Monday morning talkers: 'Carmageddon' was a bunch of BS

    On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. Articles • Wait, the media overhyped...
  • Tuesday morning talkers: Republicans accuse Obama of committing a 'crime'

    On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. Articles  • Hyperbole, much? RNC chair...
  • Herman Cain's ever-shifting Muslim position

    Herman Cain's ever-shifting Muslim position
    When GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain is talking about the economy, he usually makes sense. Unfortunately for Cain, he prefers to talk about Muslims — and then he makes no sense at all.  Cain, this weekend, reprised this favorite topic of his...
  • McManus: The write stuff

    McManus: The write stuff
    The news from Washington — bickering over the debt ceiling, poor prospects for the economy — hasn't been uplifting lately. It's time for some beach reading. And I have just the ticket. There's a whole crop of potential Republican presidential...
  • Who got the most applause at the GOP debate? Ron Paul. Again.

    Who got the most applause at the GOP debate? Ron Paul. Again.
    Debates are a tricky thing to judge. Everyone has an opinion and people view the candidates' performances through a political lense. Pro-war viewers likely identify with Rick Santorum or Tim Pawlenty. Those who think we need to pull out of overseas wars...
  • Olbermann gives Janeane Garofalo full rein to malign Herman Cain with no evidence

    Olbermann gives Janeane Garofalo full rein to malign Herman Cain with no evidence
    Given the size of Keith Olbermann's audience on Current TV, what goes on during his "Countdown" show probably isn't worth the energy it takes to denounce it. On the other hand, the more marginalized he becomes, the more likely it is that "Countdown" will...
  • President Obama returns to Chicago Jan. 11 to raise campaign cash

    President Obama returns to Chicago Jan. 11 to raise campaign cash
    With the political focus on the Republican presidential nomination early next month, President Barack Obama will return to his hometown on Jan. 11 to host a series of fundraisers, Democratic campaign aides said today. No details were immediately...
  • Countdown to Iowa

    Countdown to Iowa
    Although the first voting for presidential delegates is still four days off in Iowa, the political crystal-ball gazers are already speculating which Republican candidates will survive and which will fall off the cliff into oblivion. It's being said...