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  • Where were you 8 years ago today?

    Where were you 8 years ago today?
    Where are we in the presidential election cycle compared to the 2008 election (the last one where there was no incumbent running?) Well, exactly eight years ago today, I was in Springfield without about 15,000 other freezing souls to watch U.S. Sen...
  • How Republicans could risk a Senate seat to win the White House

    WASHINGTON Republicans might face a major dilemma next year: Will they sacrifice a Senate seat to pick a prime candidate for vice president? GOP operatives have often mentioned Sens. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, Rob Portman of Ohio and Marco Rubio of...
  • The race is on to milk Romney's cash cows

    The race is on to milk Romney's cash cows
    Mitt Romney's decision to forego a third campaign for president has set off a scramble for money among the remaining "establishment" Republicans who are considering a run for the White House. Like cash cows with full udders, wealthy Romney backers are...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: 6 questions as Scott Walker eyes 2016 campaign

    Scott Walker, the Republican governor of Wisconsin, is leading some presidential-primary polls in Iowa and New Hampshire. He was elected in 2010, and quickly drew national attention when he signed legislation to reduce the collective-bargaining privileges...
  • Walker has chance to learn from Christie's blunders in Britain

    CHICAGO Visiting London this week, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has the advantage of arriving just after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's departure. For both men, the stated mission of a visit to the European financial hub is to boost trade in their...
  • 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...
  • Is a Bush-Romney faceoff ahead?

    Is a Bush-Romney faceoff ahead?
    If Jeb Bush's early disclosure that he's clearing the decks for a 2016 presidential bid was meant to scare off all Republican opposition, it appears to have backfired on him. The party's 2012 losing nominee, Mitt Romney, seems to have roused himself...
  • Doyle McManus: Obama's new budget reads like a work of fiction

    Doyle McManus: Obama's new budget reads like a work of fiction
    When one party owns the White House and the other holds Congress, the president's annual budget is a strange, almost fictional document. It's not a draft from which the real federal budget will be written; Congress controls that process from beginning...