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Latest Christine O'Donnell Items
The uproar from the mainstream media over the various issues surrounding Christine O'Donnell and her campaign to be a senator from Delaware is worthy of soap opera of the year.
Entitlement reform has become a leading issue in this year's Republican primaries. I don't mean the kind of entitlement reform associated with Medicare or Social Security. I'm referring to the Republican Party's establishment figures and their exaggerated sense of political entitlement.
Christine O'Donnell's eagerness to go on television is coming back to haunt her campaign for U.S. Senate.
A government-watchdog group has fired the latest salvo against Christine O'Donnell, the Republicans' newly minted U.S. Senate nominee in Delaware, calling her a "crook" and accusing her of embezzling campaign funds and evading taxes.
A double standard in Delaware: Why does Republican Senate hopeful Christine O'Donnell get such excruciating press scrutiny about a dalliance with witchcraft while her Democratic rival, Chris Coons, gets only a few passing mentions of his youthful admiration of Marxism?
A nonpartisan government watchdog group has fired the latest salvo against Christine O'Donnell, the Republican's newly-minted Senate nominee for Delaware, calling her a "crook" and accusing her of tax evasion and embezzling campaign funds.
Christine O'Donnell, the Republican whose surprise victory in Delaware's U.S. Senate primary last week put the fear of the "tea party" into the Republican establishment, says she would not vote with her party's leadership as a senator if it meant putting politics over principles.
Is it his audience they want? His, uh, clout? Comedy Central hosts Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart appear obsessed with Fox News host Glenn Beck.
"Tea party" favorite Christine O'Donnell canceled appearances Sunday on two national news shows. Meanwhile, comedian Bill Maher dug up a clip of Ms. O'Donnell appearing on his "Politically Incorrect" show in 1999 in which she says she "dabbled in witchcraft."