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  • Joni Ernst's next move

    Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, will have been in the Senate for just two weeks before she delivers the GOP's response to the State of the Union and Republicans already predict her influence in the party will extend well beyond that in the coming months. "I...
  • Is Mitt Romney's La Jolla home fair game for a column? But of course.

    Is Mitt Romney's La Jolla home fair game for a column? But of course.
    If there was any doubt that the 2016 presidential campaign is already upon us, all you had to do was read about the Republican National Committee’s winter meeting in Coronado over the weekend. Not only did political reporters write reams about...
  • Obama aims to influence 2016 debate with State of the Union

    Key elements of the economic proposals President Barack Obama will outline in his State of the Union address Tuesday appear to be aimed at driving the debate in the 2016 election on income inequality and middle-class economic issues, rather than setting a...
  • Mr. Obama's tax plan

    Mr. Obama's tax plan
    It's a pretty safe bet that Congress is not going to react to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address by immediately turning around and agreeing to his priorities like free community college and mandatory sick leave. When was the last time any...
  • Christie talks more openly about a possible presidential run, urges his backers to relax

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he's been delivering a message to potential donors and staffers urging him to jump head-first into a campaign for president: Relax. Speaking far more openly about a potential White House bid than he has publicly in the...
  • Dent: 'Third time is not a charm' for Romney

    Dent: 'Third time is not a charm' for Romney
    Lehigh Valley Republican Charlie Dent isn't among those rushing to embrace former presidential candidate Mitt Romney as he contemplates another bid for the country's highest office. "Well, the third time is not a charm," Dent said during an MSNBC...
  • Hope for change faces reality in State of the Union address

    You can expect fewer applause breaks when President Obama delivers his sixth State of the Union address. For the first time, Obama will be addressing a Republican-controlled Congress, where many of his proposals — including higher taxes on the...
  • The problem with Romney nostalgia

    The problem with Romney nostalgia
    In 2007, when President Barack Obama announced that he was running for president, he did it in Springfield, Ill., to highlight his supposed connection to Abraham Lincoln. He brought in his biggest fans to cheer him on. When George W. Bush announced in...
  • Numbers add up to 2016 presidential battleground in Florida

    Numbers add up to 2016 presidential battleground in Florida
    Florida's rapidly changing population mix, deeply divided electorate and rank as the third most populous state in the nation could give Sunshine State voters the clout to decide who will win the presidency in 2016. As the closest swing state in the...
  • 'SNL' pokes Justin Bieber

    The latest edition of "Saturday Night Live" was a night of missed opportunities, considering everything that has been going on in the world. The NBC took its sharpest jabs at Justin Bieber. Kate McKinnon  mugged, with daffy precision, as the tattooed...
  • Cities forge policy apart from states

    WASHINGTON Republicans have seized their largest state lawmaking majorities since the 1920s, but many Democratic-dominated cities are likely to take matters into their own hands this year by passing progressive measures that go beyond or even conflict...