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  • Exclusive: New Ted Cruz super PACs take in record haul

    Ted Cruz's presidential effort is getting into the shock-and-awe fundraising business. An associate of the Texas senator, a recently announced presidential candidate, tells Bloomberg that a cluster of affiliated super-political action committees was...
  • 'Stand with Rand' Paul? But where, exactly?

    'Stand with Rand' Paul? But where, exactly?
    "Stand With Rand." That's Sen. Rand Paul's main slogan as he launches his campaign for the White House. He's holding a "Stand With Rand" rally in his home state of Kentucky on Tuesday and is holding another "Stand With Rand" rally in New Hampshire, the...
  • Republicans love to hate the IRS, but it's a model of efficiency

    Republicans love to hate the IRS, but it's a model of efficiency
    As you labor over your tax returns this month, spare a moment of sympathy for the least-loved agency in the federal government: the Internal Revenue Service. Believe it or not, the IRS is becoming something of a model of efficiency among Washington's...
  • GOP dilemma: Cut or borrow to boost defense spending?

    GOP dilemma: Cut or borrow to boost defense spending?
    Republican presidential hopefuls are at war with each other over the budget for war. In the U.S. Senate on Thursday, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio proposed billions of extra dollars for the Pentagon. So did Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, but, unlike Mr. Rubio, the...
  • Ted Cruz and the born-again GOP

    President Dwight Eisenhower signed the bill making "In God We Trust" the nation's official motto, but his approach to religion was not excessive in its rigor. "Our form of government has no sense unless it is founded in a deeply felt religious belief," he...
  • Sugar: Why are taxes so complicated, anyway?

    My neighbor, Joseph, complained to me: "I just finished my tax returns and it took me 20 hours to finish. Why the heck are they so complicated? I'd rather be playing golf with my friends." I tried to explain to Joseph how when half of Congress wants...
  • Five Myths About Texas Sen. Ted Cruz

    Five Myths About Texas Sen. Ted Cruz
    A political nobody just three years ago, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is the first official candidate vying for the Republican Party's 2016 presidential nomination. His was a noisy entrance into government, marked by outspokenness and partisanship that clearly...
  • Commentary: Cruz gives 'birthers' a taste of their own medicine

    When Barack Obama was running for president, rumors circulated on the Internet and Fox News that he was not really an American citizen. Right-wing tea party adherents, for the most part, questioned Obama's qualifications to be elected president and...
  • Ted Cruz has nothing to offer the country

    Ted Cruz has nothing to offer the country
    Imagine a politician so desperate to stay relevant that he runs out and takes the most contrary position possible to any rational argument. We don't have to imagine, though, since we have Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, now a GOP presidential contender. Cruz,...
  • What Ted Cruz knows about the battle for 2016

    What Ted Cruz knows about the battle for 2016
    Sen. Ted Cruz is a decided underdog for the Republican presidential nomination, but he understands where his opening lies. And this, in turn, tells us a lot about the shape of the contest and the fight the GOP is about to have. It is no accident that...
  • Ted Cruz's entry into 2016 race puts pressure on Republicans

    Ted Cruz's entry into 2016 race puts pressure on Republicans
    Sen. Ted Cruz jumped into the 2016 presidential race Monday in the same way he intends to run his campaign: upstaging rival Republicans with a splashy, impassioned speech that sought to drag the national conversation further to the right than many in...