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Paul’s Delegate Scramble

Mitt Romney was declared the initial winner of the Iowa caucuses. Then, after a recount, Rick Santorum was announced as the actual victor.
But it’s Ron Paul who may be having the last laugh in the Hawkeye State — and elsewhere.Keep reading …

Rubio’s DREAM

Consider it the calm before the storm.
Right now, immigration groups and activists on the right are generally holding their fire on Senator Marco Rubio’s DREAM Act, waiting for the legislation to be released. But many of those who opposed the 201…

Romney and the Youth Vote

In March, on the eve of the Illinois primary, over a thousand Bradley University students gathered to hear Mitt Romney. Dressed casually, many in shorts and T-shirts, they stood outside on an unusually warm spring day in Peoria. They listened as 30-yea…

Wisconsin’s Other Recall

Rebecca Kleefisch has big plans for Wisconsin. She’d like to bring more jobs to the Badger State and drive down the unemployment rate, especially among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. She wants to help those currently unemployed with job trai…

Recall Snyder?

If some Michigan liberals have their way, the Wolverine State’s governor, Rick Snyder, will be the next Scott Walker.
“Governor Snyder is bad for Michigan. Our citizens cannot afford to wait another two years to get rid of this corporate mo…