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  • Stuart Rothenberg: When the second time isn't the charm

    WASHINGTON I feel bad for Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee and Rick Perry. They are presidential retreads at a moment when anything that is more than an hour or two old is passe. John McCain was a retread in 2008 (having lost a bid for the GOP nomination...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: Chris Christie, king of the 2016 long shots

    Of the nine Republican presidential candidates I consider viable, I have New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who made his bid official Tuesday, as dead last. From the start, he was probably too moderate to have much of a chance at the nomination, and it...
  • Republicans still beating a dead horse

    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court's decisive 6-3 vote confirming the right of all Americans to federally supported health-care insurance should end the Republican Party's losing war on Obamacare -- but it probably won't. The party tried and failed in...
  • First, the flag; then, the guns

    Who says things can't change in politics? We just learned, again, that they can -- and fast! Ten days ago, you couldn't find a politician in the South who had anything bad to say about the Confederate battle flag. Today, they're tripping all over...
  • Albert R. Hunt: All presidential candidates should be in debates

    In late 2011, during the planning for one of the debates of Republican presidential candidates, questions were raised about whether the eight-person field would be too unwieldy for television. One suggestion was to drop the low man in the polls, former...
  • Huckabee: Confederate battle flag should be up to state

    Republican Mike Huckabee and other GOP presidential contenders are staying clear of the Confederate flag debate in South Carolina, saying it's an issue that should be decided by the state, not the federal government. The flag is a symbol of racism to...
  • Like past governors, Baker must weigh public records law

    Like past Massachusetts governors, Charlie Baker has spoken about making state government more accountable and transparent to the public. One test of that pledge is to what extent the first-term Republican will argue that the governor's office is...
  • Confederate flag sets off debate among GOP 2016 contenders

     Confederate flag sets off debate among GOP 2016 contenders
    Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee for president in 2012, called for the immediate removal of the Confederate battle flag from outside the South Carolina Statehouse, scrambling the 2016 GOP presidential contenders into staking a position on a contentious...
  • Elbows flying, rhetorically, at Romney's 2016 retreat

    Govs. Scott Walker and Chris Christie said presidential rivals in the Senate don't do anything. Sen. Marco Rubio denounced "old ways" in an indirect slap at older contenders. Sen. Lindsey Graham said his party may be going down a "death spiral" if it...
  • Margaret Carlson: Hey, Democrats, have you forgotten Joe Biden?

    Margaret Carlson: Hey, Democrats, have you forgotten Joe Biden?
    At Beau Biden's funeral on Saturday, President Barack Obama said his own family had become part of the Biden clan, playing by "Biden rules." "We're always here for you," Obama said looking at Vice President Joe Biden and his family, giving them his...
  • Iowa Straw Poll goes down in flames

    The carnival-like, barbecue-filled, quasi-vote-buying days of the Iowa Straw Poll are ending after that state's Republican Party voted Friday to kill the presidential campaign tradition. Since 1979, the event had been held the summer prior to contested...