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Romney Wins Illinois But the Nomination Is His to Lose

POLITICO Arena asks: Mitt Romney has won the Illinois primary by a considerable margin.   Does this win make the path to the Republican nomination any clearer?  And does it provide a more obvious signal for either Rick Santorum or Newt Gingrich … Continue reading

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POLITICO Arena: Why is Ron Paul staying the course?

POLITICO Arena asks: Why is Ron Paul bothering to stay in the race?  Is he still influencing national discussion at this time? And will his movement outlive the campaign? Read other responses at Why is Ron Paul staying the course? BENJAMIN: Based on interviews … Continue reading

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Obama’s Magical Negro Suit

They are at it again. Americans uncomfortable with President Barack Obama and disappointed in the popinjays seeking the Republican presidential nomination are digging into their bag of racial tricks. This morning, one reader on National Review Online (NRO) commmented that … Continue reading

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Newt Gingrich Is The New “Comeback Kid”

All three networks and major cable news outlets have projected former House Speaker Newt Gingrich winner of the South Carolina GOP presidential primary. Mitt Romney gave his concession speech tonight at 8:00 PM. He vowed to continue the fight in … Continue reading

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Is the Republican Primary No Longer A ‘Wide-Open’ Contest

Is the Republican Primary No Longer A ‘Wide-Open’ Contest? was the topic when former NY Assemblyman Michael Benjamin and Chris Bedford (The Daily Caller) appeared on LIVE Foxnews.com, hosted by Greg Jarrett. After Mitt Romney‘s win in New Hampshire, Jarrett … Continue reading

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POLITICO Arena: Strong showing or bad omen for Mitt Romney?

I predicted this back on December 16: “Romney’s frontrunner status is a mirage in a GOP desert. Although his level of support remains steady,three-quarters of Republican voters oppose him. Romney is the least flawed candidate in an incredible field of … Continue reading

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Ron Paul Places Third in Iowa

What more can you say? He is a welcome voice in the political debate. Discussing freedom and civil liberties will never go out of fashion. It’s on to New Hampshire for Rep. Paul and his legion of “Ron-bots.” Leave your … Continue reading

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Is Ron Paul a dangerous man?

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has come under scathing attack in recent days for his positions on national security and foreign policy. http://politi.co/vLyIg3  Republican rivals have said his positions are a threat to the existence of Israel and would allow Iran free … Continue reading

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2012 Election: The Candidate Match Game – USATODAY.com

Take the 2012 Candidate Match quiz today. I just took it and, not surprisingly, my views lined up with those President Barack Obama. Disturbingly, my dissenting views match Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich, respectively. H/T to Dave at The Ranting … Continue reading

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Ron Paul visits Jay Leno

On Celeste Katz’s DP blog, a reader left an interesting comment about GOP presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul’s visit with Jay Leno. The reader gecannon wrote: “We can’t be serious in considering this man for POTUS.” I don’t support Rep. Paul’s … Continue reading

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