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January 10, 2012

Newt Gingrich’s bubble burst weeks ago, but the after-shocks of his collapse are still being felt in the Republican race. By choosing to launch a...

Mitt Romney’s margin of victory in New Hampshire may have fallen short of his hopes and aspirations, but a double-digit win for the frontrunner must still be...

The networks have already declared Mitt Romney the winner of the New Hampshire primary, giving him an extraordinary sweep of the first two states to...

Exit polls are reportedly showing that New Hampshire independents are splitting their votes between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney. It's no surprise that Paul would...

The friendly relationship between the dictatorial regimes in Iran and Venezuela has long troubled the United States, but the latest expression of this bizarre alliance...

This poll was conducted by Synovate eNation on behalf of US News and World Report's Washington Whispers, which seems...questionable. But it has received a lot...

Rick Santorum is taking a pass when it comes to jumping aboard the anti-Bain Capital bandwagon. Which goes some ways toward demonstrating that he is,...

Alana mentions an aspect of Newt Gingrich’s attacks on Mitt Romney that is less about capitalism and more about electability: that he clumsily (read: honestly)...

There aren’t many surprises to be found in today’s Suffolk University and Rasmussen polls, with Mitt Romney continuing to hold a formidable 20-point lead. The...

The Israeli Army’s Chief of Staff Benny Gantz says Israel is preparing to take in refugees following the downfall of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad. The interesting...

For decades, Pat Buchanan has maintained his perch as a mainstream political commentator, first on CNN and later on MSNBC. But according to the Washington...

The New York Times reports that Newt Gingrich had his own ties to a leveraged buyout firm. This presents a bit of a problem for Gingrich’s...