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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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  • SNL's Obama: 'Nothing, nada'... Problem?

     
    by Mark Silva Several years back, when Saturday Night Live made fun of Democrat Al Gore's plodding debating style in a televised skit between the first couple of face-offs between Gore and Republican George W. Bush, the Gore campaign took......
  • Imus in Morning: McCain's 'Reveille'

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. John McCain, assisting Don Imus in the kickoff of Imus in the Morning on the FOX Business Network today, called the president's national security adviser, Gen. Jim Jones, wrong about Iraq and complained that delay of......
  • Glenn Beck: 'God Help us all'

     
    by Mark Silva "What's the secret sauce?'' Glenn Beck is asked about the popularity of his FOX News Channel program in an interview with Newsmax - sort of like a Keith Olbermann interview in Ramparts. "America is looking for someone,......
  • Women, Obama and Virginia: Hot race

     
    by Mark Silva Twenty years ago, in a master's thesis written for the evangelical school that he was attending, the Republican candidate for governor of Virginia wrote that working women and feminists are "detrimental'' to the family and government policy....
  • Striking Iran: Most support, if necessary

     
    by Mark Silva Two administrations now, the Bush White and the Obama White house, have maintained that "all options are on the table'' when it comes to preventing Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon. And, while the American public supports......
  • Bob Dole, health: GOP 'open for business'

     
    by Mark Silva Bob Dole, the Republican candidate for president in 1996 and a former Senate majority leader, said today in Kansas City that Congress should move swiftly on health-care legislation -- that the GOP should demonstrate it's "open for......
  • Senate health bill: $829 B, deficit-cutting

     
    by Noam N. Levey Senate Democrats pushing healthcare legislation received a boost from the Congressional Budget Office today as the much-watched nonpartisan agency estimated that a health bill being debated by the Senate Finance Committee would cost...
  • Democrats vs. Republicans: 50-50

     
    by Mark Silva It's looking like a 50-50 nation again. A little more than a year before the midterm congressional elections, Americans are now roughly evenly split in their stated preference for a Democratic or Republican candidate - a "generic''......
  • Afghanistan troop surge: WWRD

     
    by Mark Silva What would the Republicans do? One viewed as a potential prospect for his party's presidential nomination has gone to Afghanistan a couple of times. Another is headed there soon. A number of Republicans whom the party is......
  • Rush Limbaugh: Nobel 'embarrassment'

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 6:30 pm EDT Among the various reaction today to the news that President Barack Obama has won the 2009 Nobel Prize for Peace, perhaps the most stunning is radio Rush Limbaugh's suggestion that the......
  • Obama: 'Don't ask, don't tell' won't do

     
    by Katherine Skiba and Peter Nicholas President Obama, speaking to the nation's largest gay rights organization, pledged tonight to end the law prohibiting openly gay and lesbian citizens from serving in the military. "I will end 'don't ask, don't tell';....