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  • Ryan budget redux

    Ryan budget redux
    Out on the campaign trail in the nascent Republican presidential primary contest, it's a very different world from the one in which Mitt Romney famously divided the nation into makers and takers. Instead, you're likely to hear contenders for the party's...
  • State Senate rumblings from out west

    Things are hotting up in the race to control the state Senate this year – and, oddly enough, the latest action is in the usually quiet western stretches of the state. In Roanoke, where the lone southwest Virginia Democratic Senator, John Edwards,...
  • Jeb Bush points to conservative record in Florida

    Jeb Bush points to conservative record in Florida
    Jeb Bush is trying to convince the conservative faithful across the country that he's no "RINO" — a Republican In Name Only. The prospective presidential frontrunner's eight-year record as Florida governor helps make the case to doubters that he...
  • John Boehner's minority government of pragmatic Republicans

    Last week's drama in the House of Representatives, when Speaker John A. Boehner needed Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi to rescue him from his own rebellious party, looked like a messy disaster for Republicans. But it could have been worse. If the House...
  • Chris Christie returns to campaign trail in South Florida

    Chris Christie returns to campaign trail in South Florida
    Chris Christie, whose presidential hopes have been running into increasing turbulence, sold himself to influential Republicans as a straight-talking problem solver during weekend appearances in South Florida. The New Jersey governor isn't —...
  • Jeb Bush yet to pass the tea party litmus test

    Jeb Bush yet to pass the tea party litmus test
    The significance of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) recently held in a Washington suburb was what it revealed about how far the speakers were willing to go to establish their credentials for being there. For most them, as...
  • Boehner couldn't be doing a better job — of helping Democrats

    Boehner couldn't be doing a better job — of helping Democrats
    It's just a few weeks into the new era of "Republican control" of Congress, and who could have predicted how things would turn out? It was just back in November when the pundits were endlessly pontificating about the demise of the Democratic Party, and...
  • Here's a banner headline: UC Irvine's flag flap has gotten absurd

    Here's a banner headline: UC Irvine's flag flap has gotten absurd
    It's not clear exactly why the American flag went up in the sitting lounge of UC Irvine's student government center. By one account, it was leftover decor from an America-themed party. In any case, sometime in mid-January, it was tacked to a pale blue...
  • Really, why wouldn't you choose to live like this?

    Really, why wouldn't you choose to live like this?
    Maybe Ben Carson has a point, after all. You know Ben, don't you? The retired West Palm Beach neurosurgeon and Republican presidential hopeful — he has as much chance to win the nomination as your lawn guy Leo, probably less — who really...
  • McAuliffe on bills, campaign season, Cuba, uranium and Clinton

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe spoke to an area group of bankers and business people today on the 23rd floor of the Richmond Federal Reserve building. And I'm going to warn you, there's not a ton of news here, so if you've heard the governor say "New Virginia...
  • 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...