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Party members are questioning whether simple condemnations of Steve King's most recent comments– in a career full of racist remarks– this time go far enough.
The couple are very involved in how their money is being spent, meeting with the consultants and political strategists at Adelson’s office in Las Vegas.
Leslie Wexner announced “I’m no longer a Republican,” and that he will no longer support the Republican Party.
Bob Dole, the former presidential and vice presidential nominee for the Republican party, no longer feels at home in his old party.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Barack Obama, already naturally inclined to believe his own loftiness, graciously accepted the kingly crown and proceeded to ride his reelection success to a crushing victory over the GOP at the fiscal cliff.
By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
Republicans are trying to reach out to Hispanics, who voted more than 70 percent Democratic last year, but that didn’t stop one of their senior House members from calling them “wetbacks.”
If your conservative philosophy is indeed right, winning will come.
Republican Jewish donors give the party their money when their values are probably even more relevant at this juncture.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
After President Obama was elected, many in the press even compared the West Wing’s fiction to the facts on the ground in 2008.
By JEREMY RUDEN
The enthusiasm deficit has haunted Mitt Romney throughout the long and winding primary season, but loathing might save him.
Mitt Romney, the putative GOP frontrunner, keeps saying if Obama is re-elected Iran will surely get the bomb and only he can stop it.
The Romney camp will not uncork their celebratory champagne just yet.
By ABE KATSMAN
AIPAC’s claim, long before the 112th Congress was even sworn in, that it is “expected to be the most pro-Israel Congress ever” was just plain silly.
By D. BLOOMFIELD
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