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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michael Steele
State lawmakers are being told that barns are crumbling and the 111-year-old Utah State Fair could run out of money by the end of March.
"Hardball" host Chris Matthews, who lives in Maryland, said in a televised appearance this week that he voted for Republican Senate candidate Michael Steele in 2006 in part because he's black.
It's not as if Republicans didn't see this storm coming. In fact, Tampa, where the GOP is preparing to gather for its quadrennial nominating convention, previously was rejected for exactly this reason.
Four years ago, Ben Affleck was a familiar presence around the Democratic convention, packing produce for charity and even winning a poker tournament. Singer Fergie performed with her Black Eyed Peas. Sheryl Crow sang, too, with Susan Sarandon joining in from the audience.
Wisconsin GOP Chairman Reince Priebus has been elected the new chairman of the Republican National Committee, offering a fresh face and the promise of a new management style for the party as it gears up for the 2012 presidential election cycle.
Wisconsin Republican Party chief Reince Priebus has the early momentum as Republican National Committee members gathered Friday afternoon to choose the party's next chairman.
Embattled GOP Chairman Michael Steele came in second in the Republican National Committee's first round of voting.
The 2010 elections barely over, nearly three dozen current and incoming Republican governors already are looking to the next election, aiming to capitalize on victories in presidential battlegrounds while working to shed the GOP's white-guy image.
He urges bloggers and activists to come up with pivotal questions for the hopefuls, who include former Michigan Republican Party Chairman
ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2010 file photo, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele speaks in Washington.