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The good news for Mitt Romney is that the big names in conservative politics are starting to acknowledge the overwhelming likelihood that he’ll be the Republican presidential nominee and line up behind him.
New research shows that we seek more information if we become anxious. (Photo: Colourbox)
I guess CNN thinks Sarah Palin isn't getting quite enough face time on Fox News to pretend anyone thinks she's still relevant in the Republican primary race and to play out their little fantasy about there being a brokered convention this year, which would be a disaster for the Republican Party.
Last week, Rep. Dennis Kucinich was defeated in a Democratic primary by Rep. Marcy Kaptur after re-districting pitted the two long-term incumbents against each other.
Since candidates like Mitt Romney have explicitly stated that 'corporations are people', Making Change at Walmart has launched a spoof campaign that asks the question, 'if corporations are people, can't they run for office'?
One district in northern Ohio made its fair share of news on Super Tuesday. “Joe the Plumber” won the Republican primary in the 9th congressional district, setting up a general election showdown against Rep. Marcy Kaptur, the veteran lawmaker who pulled out a win over Rep.
George Will has concluded that neither Mitt Romney nor Rick Santorum is likely to be elected president and believes that conservatives should set their sights on a more “attainable” 2012 goal: holding the House and winning the Senate.
Yana Paskova for The New York Times FACTORY WORKERS Employees at Gregory Industries in Canton, Ohio, got a visit from Mitt Romney on the eve of Super Tuesday. At a metal works in Canton and a welding factory in Youngstown, in mailboxes and on the radio, Mr.
The remaining Republican candidates are gearing up for the March 6 th Super Tuesday primary elections, with Mitt Romney carrying forward his momentum from wins in Arizona and Michigan over competitors Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul.
Suddenly the right has gone truly crazy.
Monica Crowley: Occupy Wall Street Movement Was Orchestrated by President Obama to Attack Mitt RomneyFrom this Wednesday night's The O'Reilly Factor, Monica Crowley is pretty desperate here with this ridiculous bit of hackery, claiming that it's actually President Obama that started the Occupy Wall Street movement in a coy move to help him beat Mr.
Stephen Colbert weighed in on the prospects of Michigan voters connecting with GOP presidential candidates ahead of their primary race and the efforts by the front runners to do so, whether it be Mitt Romney speaking before an empty stadium, talking about "the trees that are the right height" or Mittens talking about his "great friends" that are NASCAR team owners, or Rick Santorum calling President Obama "a snob" for wanting Americans to go to college and "indoctrinating" our children.
This originally appeared on Robert Reich's blog . My father was a Republican for the first 78 years of his life.
In his eight decades on this planet, Zbigniew Brzezinski has seen his share of would-be and actual world leaders.
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