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  • Why the GOP Fought So Hard Against CNN, NBC Hillary Clinton Projects

    Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus declared a "major victory" against the mainstream media after CNN and NBC canceled their planned Hillary Clinton projects, but he also gave a reminder of why he so fiercely fought against the...
  • Gloria Allred is easy to criticize, but just wait 'til you need her

    Gloria Allred is back in the news and -- not that she gives a flying fig — but the haters are out in force. They call her “ambulance chaser” and “publicity hound.” They snicker that if a sex scandal is in the air,...
  • Hillary Clinton on TV may help Republicans

    When I heard that Alec Baldwin might be hosting a weekly show on MSNBC, I was delighted: Maybe I wouldn't have to catch reruns of "30 Rock" to get my Baldwin fix. Let's hope he doesn't take any anger-management classes before he starts. My second thought...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Mitt'

    A determinedly apolitical movie that inevitably will be viewed in partisan terms, "Mitt" is a fascinating fly-on-the-wall portrait of family life on the U.S. presidential campaign trail. Covering Mitt Romney's failed run for the Republican nomination in...
  • GOP is now a three-man race: Romney vs. Gingrich vs. Gingrich

    Now that Herman Cain has "suspended his campaign" (I've decided to honor him by suspending my reading of anything further about his candidacy/book tour), the race is down to three people: Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. At this point, the...
  • Letters: Healthcare solutions

    Re "Republicans searching for Plan B," Sept. 26 Listening to the procession of Republicans in the last two years is like playing whack-a-mole: As fast as the American public knocks one down, another one pops up. Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Rand Paul,...
  • Mark Russell

    During Tuesday's 237th Republican debate, Rick Perry was at the top of his game, the game being miniature golf. Ron Paul's libertarian take on everything espouses a government whose only function is to inspect meat. Occasionally. Herman Cain seemed...
  • Greg Schwem: Time to fill out your presidential bracket

    My favorites choked, my dark horses stumbled and I watched helplessly as my NCAA bracket literally folded itself into a paper airplane and flew into my office garbage can before the Sweet 16 was even solidified. Still, like millions of Americans, I...
  • RNC power grab

    WASHINGTON -- Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, in an ambitious effort to direct a party makeover in wake of its defeat last November, has targeted the next presidential cycle's debates and primaries. A new party entity called the...
  • Bye-bye, Bachmann

    WASHINGTON -- If a twig falls in the forest, does it make a sound? In the case of Republican Congresswoman and tea party champion Michele Bachmann, the answer is as loud as possible. Her decision not to seek a fifth term in her House seat from Minnesota...
  • Right decision, wrong reason

    Let there be no cheers for Rob Portman. The Ohio senator is, pardon the tautology, a conservative Republican and last week, he did something conservative Republicans do not do. He came out for same-sex marriage. This is a man whose anti-gay bona fides...
  • Lessons from ex-San Diego Mayor Filner's sex harassment scandal

    Lessons from ex-San Diego Mayor Filner's sex harassment scandal
    “Not one allegation has even been independently verified or proven in court. But the hysteria that has been created is the hysteria of a lynch mob.” — San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, announcing his resignation on Aug. 23, 2013 “...