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  • Newt Gingrich claims Iowa lead in Des Moines Register poll

    Newt Gingrich claims Iowa lead in Des Moines Register poll
    Newt Gingrich has surged to the lead in Iowa, according to a new survey released by the Des Moines Register on Saturday night. The former House speaker has the support of 25% of likely Republican caucusgoers in the survey, up from just 7% in the previous...
  • Mitt Romney latest GOP hopeful to pass on Donald Trump debate

    Mitt Romney latest GOP hopeful to pass on Donald Trump debate
    The Donald Trump-moderated debate planned for Iowa at month's end may be missing one key ingredient: candidates. Mitt Romney on Tuesday added his name to the list of Republican presidential hopefuls who are deciding against sharing a stage with the brash...
  • In today's GOP, Social Darwinism reborn

    In today's GOP, Social Darwinism reborn
    Listen carefully to the Republican debates and you get a view of the kind of society many Republicans seek. The last time we had it was in the Gilded Age of the late 19th century. It was an era when the nation was mesmerized by the doctrine of free...
  • Trump says Gingrich riding high because he's a decision maker

    Trump says Gingrich riding high because he's a decision maker
    Real estate developer and reality TV host Donald Trump said today that Newt Gingrich has risen in Republican presidential polls because he’s done well in debates and is quick at making decisions. Among the decisions Trump cited: Gingrich...
  • Foreign aid doesn't make us more secure

    Jeff Danovich's commentary "Foreign aid keeps us safe" (Dec.5) could not be further from the truth. It is wrong to rob middle-class American taxpayers in order to enrich wealthy foreign leaders. In most cases, U.S. foreign aid does more harm than good....
  • Gallup poll: Republicans less enthusiastic about 2012 race

    Gallup poll: Republicans less enthusiastic about 2012 race
    With fewer than four weeks until the first votes are cast in the presidential race, a surprising finding: Republicans' enthusiasm about voting is on the wane. At the same time, Democrats are increasingly enthusiastic about the 2012 vote, cutting into...
  • Newt Gingrich targeted over policy, personal life in GOP debate

    Newt Gingrich targeted over policy, personal life in GOP debate
    With Newt Gingrich as their common target, the Republican presidential hopefuls piled on the new party front-runner in a lively debate Saturday night, jabbing him over his political consistency, the sturdiness of his character and the plausibility of...
  • Paul rips Romney, Gingrich as 'from the same mold'

    Paul rips Romney, Gingrich as 'from the same mold'
    Texas Rep. Ron Paul slammed Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney on Sunday, saying they were inconsistent politicians who represent the status quo. “They come from the same mold,” he said on “Meet the Press.” “They’re about...
  • Why so little mention of Ron Paul?

    Out of curiosity, does your newspaper purposely not report on Ron Paul? Is it because he is the most consistent Republican candidate that threatens the GOP establishment with truth? And scares liberal states like Maryland because of his true American...
  • Ron Paul says he's 'peaking at the right time'

    Ron Paul says he's 'peaking at the right time'
    With polls showing Ron Paul within striking distance of Newt Gingrich in Iowa and climbing in New Hampshire, the Texas congressman told reporters Wednesday that his campaign's momentum was building at just the right moment and said his rise was...
  • Maryland could have influence on Republican 2012 nomination

    Maryland could have influence on Republican 2012 nomination
    A resurgent Newt Gingrich and a series of new primary election rules in place for the first time in 2012 are giving local Republicans hope that traditionally blue Maryland may play a role in choosing the GOP presidential nominee. Maryland's April 3...