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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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Top Republican Party Articles

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  • Scott Walker is King of Kochworld

    WASHINGTON On a sunny Saturday in September 2009, with Wisconsin in the throes of tea party fervor, conservative starlet Michelle Malkin fired up a crowd of thousands at a lakefront park in Milwaukee with rhetoric about White House czars and union thugs...
  • 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...
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    Evansville Courier & Press. Feb. 13, 2015. Terrorists must pay for killing American The Islamic State has provided proof that an idealistic and by all accounts enormously likable 26-year-old humanitarian aid worker named Kayla Mueller is dead 18...
  • Jeb Bush tastes first success in 2016 nomination stakes

    Jeb Bush tastes first success in 2016 nomination stakes
    The early decision of Jeb Bush to jump-start a Republican race for the 2016 presidential nomination has already bagged its first victim in Mitt Romney. The sudden withdrawal of the 2012 nominee, after briefly testing the waters with donors, was...
  • Democratic lawmakers react to Rauner speech

    Gov. Bruce Rauner's State of the State address didn't sit well with Southland legislators who said it was more politics than substance, emphasizing that his road map to economic improvement remains incomplete until the governor unveils his budget plan...
  • The vanilla power of Republican Scott Walker

    Vanilla is the most popular ice cream flavor in America, not because it is the best (that would be coffee) but because it is the least objectionable. Put another way, vanilla is the most acceptable to the most people; it's not many people's favorite,...
  • Now is too soon for Rubio to run for president

    Now is too soon for  Rubio to run for president
    There is a time and a place for politicians to seek higher office. And 2016 is not the time for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to seek the Republican nomination for president of the United States. It would be better for him if he seeks a second term as a...
  • Martin Schram: GOP Congress starts with old politics, not new governance

    After three months of post-election victory parades and promises that we'll soon see the all-new Good Governance Grand Old Party, this was the week the Republican Party finally delivered. Faster than you could say "Ta-daaa!," the drum rolls suddenly...
  • GOP 2016 primary field gets case of indigestion over measles vaccine

    GOP 2016 primary field gets case of indigestion over measles vaccine
    Thanks to a thoughtless equivocation by an American governor visiting Britain, the measles vaccine has become the first important controversy of the 2016 Republican presidential primary. As with other long-settled issues that unexpectedly pop up to bite...
  • Tennessee shows how Republicans are learning to love Obamacare

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Republican-led states that blocked Obamacare's Medicaid expansion have found a way to embrace it, under pressure from businesses to tap the flood of federal dollars it brings. Tennessee's Republican Gov. Bill Haslam called lawmakers...
  • Brown and Kashkari teams let down guard on 2014 contest

    With the election nearly three months behind them, top aides to Gov. Jerry Brown and  his Republican challenger, Neel Kashkari, let down their guard Saturday at a postmortem organized by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies. In a candid...