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Paul Fail?

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In Robert Farley
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On July 15, 2012
Sad trombone… It looks like Ron Paul isn’t going to be officially nominated for the presidency in Tampa. His backers failed to win a plurality of delegate slots at the Nebraska GOP convention Saturday, leaving the Texas congressman short of the support necessary to have his name placed into contention at the national convention. According […]

Santorum Sweep!

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In Robert Farley
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On February 8, 2012
Politico, I will not underestimate you… twice. Just in case the 2012 Republican primary race hasn’t already had enough twists and turns – welcome back, Rick Santorum. After winning Tuesday’s non-binding contests in Missouri and Minnesota by thumping margins, bruising Mitt Romney and proving again that the GOP base isn’t ready to embrace their national front-runner, the former […]

NEWTMENTUM!!!

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On January 20, 2012

Chuck Norris edition: For my wife, Gena, and I, we sincerely believe former Speaker Newt Gingrich is the answer to most of those questions and deserves our endorsement and vote. We agree with our frie

With the Iraq Thing…

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In Robert Farley
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On November 13, 2011
A few outliers aside, Republicans have stumbling over themselves to critique Obama for the withdrawal from Iraq, despite that fact that this position polls very badly. Some thoughts: 1. As Jonathan Bernstein has repeatedly argued, primary campaigns are about capturing the party elite, not capturing the popular vote. In foreign policy, the neocons are still […]
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