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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...
  • IRS wars heat up rules of the game

    WASHINGTON Both Republicans on Capitol Hill and the Obama administration have brought fresh artillery to their war over the IRS and its policing of politically active tax-exempt groups. GOP leaders are taking advantage of their new Senate majority and...
  • 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...
  • Sen. Graham's possible 2016 bid keeps others on hold in SC

    South Carolina voters often think of themselves as presidential tie-breakers, enjoying their prime role as the next to cast ballots after Iowa's caucuses and New Hampshire's primary. But what if there's a ringer in the race? The state's senior senator,...
  • Obama war request unites Congress: From either side, they hate it

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama has achieved something unexpected in Congress: a degree of bipartisanship. There's enough in his proposal for war powers against the Islamic State for both Democrats and Republicans to hate. Too restrictive on ground...
  • Massachusetts Republican Party pays $240,000 to settle suit

    The Massachusetts Republican Party has agreed to pay former GOP gubernatorial candidate Mark Fisher $240,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from the party's nominating convention last year. Party officials initially ruled that Fisher, a tea party member,...
  • Tea party senator bans taxpayer-funded lobbyists from office

    First-year Sen. Konni Burton says she won't negotiate with taxpayer-funded lobbyists. Burton, a Tea Party activist who won the seat vacated by unsuccessful Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, has banned lobbyists who represent governmental...
  • 4 U.S. House Democrats from Illinois consider a challenge to Sen. Mark Kirk

    4 U.S. House Democrats from Illinois consider a challenge to Sen. Mark Kirk
    Sen. Mark Kirk has $2 million in his war chest as he girds for his 2016 campaign, a race expected to be tough, costly and closely watched around the country. Four Democratic representatives from Illinois are angling for his job, but none has...
  • Party chairs disagree on marijuana, Kasich presidential run

    At their first side-by-side appearance, the leaders of Ohio's Republican and Democratic parties split Thursday on the legalization of marijuana, the strength of a potential presidential run by Republican Gov. John Kasich, and the re-election possibilities...
  • Quickly, Feb. 11: 'Ritz for governor'

    What's Quickly? It's where readers sound off on the issues of the day. Have a quote, question or quip? Call Quickly at (312) 222-2426 or email quickly@post-trib.com. The GOP has raised the use of redrawn boundary maps and gerrymandering to the level...