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  • The GOP's crack-up, long in coming, threatens America

    The GOP's crack-up, long in coming, threatens America
    With the Iowa caucuses just days away, the Republican crack-up threatens the future of the Grand Old Party more profoundly than at any time since the GOP's eclipse in 1932. That's bad for America. The crack-up isn't just Romney-the-smooth versus...
  • Mailbag: Rohrabacher has earned suspicions

    Thank you, Dana Rohrabacher, for setting the record straight that there is nothing sinister about your wife being paid nearly $200,000 from your campaign funds ("Rep. defends money to wife," March 29). But if everything is so transparent and above board,...
  • From the Tribune archives: The House Rahm Built

    Rahm Emanuel was seething. He was hurtling down an asphalt road in upstate New York on the 47th trip of his ferocious campaign to win back the House. A lecture, even from his friend James Carville, was the last thing he needed. In just 12 days, Emanuel'...
  • Senate careers branch differently for Clinton, Obama

    The Senate long has been considered a poor springboard to the White House. But it provided a crucial step in the political rise of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, giving them a priceless chance to burnish their records and shore up weaknesses...
  • House Democrats trade Iraq charges

    WASHINGTON — Injecting the Iraq war into the escalating fight for the No. 2 spot among House Democrats, Rep. John P. Murtha of Pennsylvania on Tuesday attacked his opponent for not backing a push last year for withdrawal of U.S. troops. Rep. Steny...
  • Memo to secessionists: See ya!

    Memo to secessionists: See ya!
    It was 1976, and the Republican National Convention had just voted for four more years -- of Gerald Ford. Surely many conservatives there could foresee that Ford would not beat Jimmy Carter, setting the stage for the latter's one term of misery indexes...
  • House GOP shifting right, preparing for the fight

    Rep. Roy Blunt, the House of Representatives' second-ranking Republican, stepped down from his leadership post yesterday as the House GOP moved quickly to reposition itself as more conservative, unified and eager to fight Democrats in the Obama era....
  • McCain enters from the outside

    Sen. John McCain presented a memento to fellow Republican Sen. Ted Stevens when they met in the Senate earlier this year: a key chain with a small battery-operated pig's head. "You're still an oinker," the presidential candidate told Stevens, the Alaskan...
  • The party's not over yet

     
    by Naftali Bendavid Any number of analysts have rushed recently to proclaim the virtual end of the Republican Party. Or at a minimum, many years in the wilderness. "Republicans face crisis," declared the Washington Post recently. A current article in........
  • Tom DeLay: He's a Marxist

     
    Tom DeLay, under indictment, talks Obama with conservative talk radio host Mike Gallagher: "GALLAGHER: There are reports of dissent within the Obama camp, that they don???t want to have a Clinton on the ticket. Listen, if their pride gets......
  • Rep. Roskam's Jewels of Wisdom

     
    by Amanda Erickson Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) leads locally. The freshman lawmaker has focused on district issues since he arrived in Washington after defeating his rival by only 2 percent. But he's also been noticed by his superiors. Roskam was......