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  • Santorum rising in Iowa

     
    In politics, timing is everything. And Rick Santorum, who has been unable to break low single digits in public polling of the presidential contest, appears to be gaining some momentum just two weeks before the crucial Iowa caucus. The former......
  • Santorum scores key Iowa conservative endorsement

     
    A prominent Iowa evangelical selected Rick Santorum to support exactly two weeks before Iowa caucus voters kick off the 2012 primary selection, an endorsement that could propel the former Pennsylvania senator beyond expectations and ensure his survival...
  • Santorum is Obama's dream come true

    Santorum is Obama's dream come true
    WASHINGTON — Let me be blunt: If Republicans nominate Rick Santorum, they will lose. The prospect of four more years of Barack Obama holds some appeal for many Americans, but probably not for most Republicans. It may give doubters among them some...
  • South Florida Jewish vote a key for Obama

    South Florida Jewish vote a key for Obama
    The decades-long allegiance of Jewish voters to the Democratic Party is under unprecedented stress, threatened by a combination of changing demographics and the concerted Republican effort to depict President Barack Obama as unfriendly to Israel. Nowhere...
  • Obama 'wins' Ohio GOP primary

    Obama 'wins' Ohio GOP primary
    — What happens in Ohio politics never stays in Ohio, and there are two story lines here on Super Tuesday. There is, first, the Republican presidential primary fight. Rick Santorum has to win Ohio to keep his candidacy alive. A Mitt Romney triumph...
  • Romney and Obama: A contrast in styles

    Romney and Obama: A contrast in styles
    WASHINGTON — Just before his speech Wednesday to the American Society of News Editors, word emerged that the Republican presidential front-runner would not allow photographers to get closer than 150 feet while he spoke. The journalists protested,...
  • Los hispanos podrían decidir las elecciones

    Los hispanos podrían decidir las elecciones
    Ninguno otro grupo poblacional en Estados Unidos ha crecido tanto en la última década como los hispanos. Y en un año de elecciones presidenciales, semejante desarrollo demográfico sería determinante en los resultados de los comicios. A esa conclusión...
  • Chan Lowe: The Iowa miscount

    Chan Lowe: The Iowa miscount
    He who lives by the stats, must also die by the stats. Mitt Romney was crowing after the New Hampshire primary that he had “made history,” which is to say that no Republican candidate had snagged both Iowa and New Hampshire since Abraham...
  • Chan Lowe: Rick Santorum tweaks his campaign

    Chan Lowe: Rick Santorum tweaks his campaign
    Even the most sanctimonious cultural conservatives are aware that sometimes they have to rework their delivery in order to make their message more palatable to the heathens, since heathens, unfortunately, also vote in a democracy.   Cultural warriors...
  • Chan Lowe: Newt Gingrich's vanity

    Chan Lowe: Newt Gingrich's vanity
    In case anyone had any doubts about Newt Gingrich’s true motivations, they have now become glaringly apparent as he continues his pointless (I won’t say, “Quixotic,” because that would imply that there’s a higher principle...
  • Chan Lowe: Newt Gingrich hangs on

    Chan Lowe: Newt Gingrich hangs on
    I hope Newt Gingrich stays in it until the bitter end. I wish Rick Santorum had, too—but he has his future in the party to think about. If you’re a political junkie, it’s hard not to thrill to that old newsreel footage of hot, hazy...