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Orrin Hatch: A “Tough Old Bird” Prevails

After what started as a risky primary for Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), he coasted to victory. After serving six terms in the U.S. Senate,...

Rick Santorum’s Vote-Losing War on Porn

Time for someone to give the Republican candidate some honest-to-goodness sound campaign advice

Rhetoric in GOP Primary Harmful to Hispanics

Immigration has surfaced as one of the top issues in this Republican presidential primary

Puerto Rico: GOP Primaries in the Tropics

If Super Tuesday still leaves the GOP undecided, don't fret: let the Island handle it.

C. Anthony Muse Thinks He’s It in Senate Bid

by James Wright, Washington Informer C. Anthony Muse, a well-known minister who leads the Ark of Safety Christian Church in Upper Marlboro, MD, and a...

Boehner Caught Red handed in a Purple State

Baseball player Mark Grace was famous for saying “If you’re not cheating, you’re not trying” to describe how major leaguers will use every advantage...

As Republicans Block Aponte, All Eyes on Rubio

This week the Senate blocked the confirmation of Mari Carmen Aponte, President Obama's nominee for ambassador to El Salvador. The supposed controversy around Aponte's...

On Newt Beating Barack: A Tale of Two Nations

by Damion White According to the GOP the government cannot create jobs. This is reserved for what Republicans have effectually labeled: "job creators." You know,...

Blogging While Newt: How to Lose Friends in 30 Pages

Chief Political Correspondent Jason Johnson continues his blog on Newt Gingrich’s “Winning the Future,” published in 2005 12:22 p.m. (p. 39) Gingrich goes further pushing...

Tell Me Why We’re in Iowa, Again?

by Marvin King Once again, we’ve arrived at that time when America’s political media fawns over Iowan voters. The problem is that this quadrennial tradition...