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  • Tale of the tape: Romney has had most face time in GOP debates

    Tale of the tape: Romney has had most face time in GOP debates
    With the final Republican presidential debate of 2011 now in the books, we can declare a clear winner: Mitt Romney. That is, in face time at least. A new study from the University of Minnesota's "Smart Politics" project found Romney bested the rest of...
  • Do crazy times call for a crazy candidate?

    Do crazy times call for a crazy candidate?
    "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 —...
  • Newt Gingrich phones in defense over Freddie Mac income

    Newt Gingrich, whose campaign infrastructure is struggling to catch up to his popularity among voters, held his first tele-town hall this morning for Iowans. "Several attacks suggest I am not a solid conservative," he said, and he began the 30-minute...
  • Ron Paul's naive promises

    So now it's Ron Paul's turn. The diminutive Texas libertarian is poised in the latest polls to win the Iowa caucuses. Obviously, this would be rough news for Newt Gingrich — who's in third place and falling — and very good news for Mitt...
  • Ron Paul, aka the invisible candidate

    A moment ago, I Googled "Ron Paul ignored by media" and came up with 9,222 links. That's a lot of stories about someone being ignored. Here's what happened. In last weekend's Iowa Straw Poll of GOP presidential candidates, the Texas congressman had an...
  • The painful naivete of Ron Paul

    The painful naivete of Ron Paul
    So now it's Ron Paul's turn. The diminutive Texas libertarian is poised in the latest polls to win the Iowa caucuses. Obviously, this would be rough news for Newt Gingrich — who's in third place and falling — and very good news for Mitt...
  • Iowa, 2011: Here they come a-courting

    Iowa, 2011: Here they come a-courting
    In Iowan Meredith Willson's "The Music Man," Marian, the River City librarian, spends a lot of time looking for love, while pretending not to. In the end she does, in fact, find it, with a huckster — a man who may be slightly less than sincere. We...
  • Goldberg: Conservative establishment divided against itself

    I've made a disturbing discovery: I am a member of the conservative "establishment." I felt like Michael Douglas at the end of "Falling Down": "I'm the bad guy?" For the last few years, the rank and file of the GOP and the conservative movement have...
  • Toeing the party line

    Toeing the party line
    The event was pegged as the first major debate among GOP presidential hopefuls in 2012, but Monday night's gathering turned out to be less a clash of competing ideas than a rote recital of hoary political nostrums that Republican primary voters have...
  • Islamophobia on parade at GOP debate

    I was appalled by the Islamophobia on parade at the first major Republican debate in New Hampshire on Monday night. Herman Cain, the Godfather's Pizza Mogul, made a spectacle of himself by denying that he ever said he wouldn't appoint a Muslim to his...
  • Who won the GOP debate? The audience thought Ron Paul did

    Who won the GOP debate? The audience thought Ron Paul did
    Who won last night's Republican presidential debate on CNN?  It's a question a lot of pundits have been asking -- and there seems to be some consensus forming among the analysts: Former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney and Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann....