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Four Reasons The Supercommittee Isn’t So Super

When the bipartisan supercommittee on the federal debt was formed four months ago, there was more than a little skepticism […]

Supercommittee’s Failure Could Have Super Political Fallout

With the members of the congressional deficit-cutting supercommittee essentially announcing that they couldn’t get to “yes,” the nation is only […]

Poll: Gingrich, Romney Tied; Former Speaker Cites Tea-Party Appeal

Newt Gingrich’s moment in the sun in the 2012 race for the Republican presidential nomination stretched into the Thanksgiving holiday […]

Debates — More Than Money Or Retail Campaigning — May Decide GOP Nominee

What do Tim Pawlenty, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney all have in common? Well […]

Santorum: Early Political Work Influences Him Still

Seventh in a series Presidential candidate Rick Santorum consistently polls near the bottom of the Republican pack. But he appears […]

Where’s Mitt Romney? ‘Running Out The Clock’

Through the ups and downs of the Republican presidential campaign, Mitt Romney has remained in effect the front-runner. He has […]

Herman Cain Skips Meeting With Staff Of Influential NH News Outlet

It’s not like Herman Cain really has a real shot to win the New Hampshire primary. Indeed, any Republican presidential […]

Gingrich’s History On Health Care Gets An Exam

Republican Newt Gingrich’s presidential stock is rising in the polls. And his newfound popularity is also bringing new scrutiny to […]

Panetta On Other End Of Budget Cuts As Role Changes

It’s hard to miss the irony: Leon Panetta, as President Clinton’s budget guru, backed billions of dollars in Pentagon cuts. […]

From Wall Street To Big Food, Occupiers Are Hungry For Change

Not all the people who have been protesting in New York’s Zuccotti Park are trying to Occupy Wall Street. Some […]

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