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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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  • 3/27/2012-How Low Can You Go?

    3/27/2012-How Low Can You Go?
      I suppose the death of Trayvon Martin was just too tempting for America's two most desperate and despicable Republican presidential candidates to leave alone. Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum spewed their anti-Obama venom over the weekend appearing on...
  • 3/1/2012-Romney can't Be Stopped

    3/1/2012-Romney can't Be Stopped
      I have to admit that the Republicans are offering up first-rate entertainment to combat my case of boring late-winter blues. Super Tuesday is coming up, when 10 states vote in primaries or caucuses March 6. It's a big score to be had and maybe the death...
  • 10/19/2012-Donkey Harry

    10/19/2012-Donkey Harry
    A new Courant/Uconn poll says that there are still 17 percent undecided voters out there who want to vote for either Chris Murphy or Linda McMahon. In other words, 17 percent of the voters don't like either one. Hey, I'm with you, but we have to vote...
  • 3/15/2012-Santorum Time Travels

    3/15/2012-Santorum Time Travels
      I hope and pray that Rick Santorum is the Republican presidential nominee. I really do. We need a political blood-letting in the GOP and a Santorum candidacy is just the thing to cause it to happen. It will take a disastrous defeat for the GOP to...
  • 10/24/2012-The Last One On One

    10/24/2012-The Last One On One
    It's interesting to me that rabid partizans from either party cannot possibly be a reliable judge of how their candidate did in the debates. Hardcore Obama supporters swear he won the first debate. Mitt-ites will never accept the fact that Romney lost the...
  • 4/1/2012-Let The Games Begin

     The Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments this week about the constitutionality of Obamacare.  Frankly, I lost interest months ago when the president chickened out on the single payer issue, but let's face it. Half a health care reform is...
  • Wendy Davis facing long odds in Texas governor's race without an 'October surprise'

    FORT WORTH, Texas She has defied long odds before. But most analysts say her winning streak is about to end. With early voting underway for the Nov. 4 election, state Sen. Wendy Davis of Fort Worth is in the home stretch of her all-but-impossible task:...
  • 10 questions for Eric Holder's replacement as attorney general

    WASHINGTON Eric Holder's replacement as attorney general will face a grilling from the Senate Judiciary Committee after the elections, with the position key to enabling President Barack Obama's pen-and-phone executive agenda and with numerous hot-button...
  • Senate control may hinge on Louisiana, land of political melodrama

    NEW ORLEANS In Louisiana, they serve up their politics the way they do their seafood: with a bite of tartness and a healthy dash of hot sauce. "Almost criminal," Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said in a recent debate of her two Republican opponents'...
  • Analysis: Weak GOP candidates may need more than a good year

    WASHINGTON Republicans have the wind at their backs this year. But not every GOP nominee is taking advantage of that dynamic. As usual, some candidates are underperforming, proving once again that candidates and the campaigns they choose to run actually...
  • Renewed Push for 'Dream Act' Re-Ignites Immigration Debate

    Renewed Push for 'Dream Act' Re-Ignites Immigration Debate
    The debate over immigration is heating up again, after the White House said that the nation's immigration courts are overwhelmed with deportation cases, and one way to deal with that is less prosecution, particularly of young people brought to this...