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The Republican National Committee began the process Monday of listening to the sales pitches from the cities vying to host the 2016 GOP national convention, where the party's standard-bearer will be nominated.
House Speaker John A. Boehner, who has tangled repeatedly with the right wing of the Republican Party, has not been invited to this week's Conservative Political Action Conference.
Ohio's three largest cities - Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus - have been named finalists in the competition to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Las Vegas is among the eight finalists vying to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
The names on this survey indicate the Republican National Committee is ready for some big tent thinking. There are two Pauls - both Ron and Rand. And Sarah Palin, John Bolton, Allen West and Ben Carson.
Since MSNBC is in the political ring, its opponents are always on the lookout for things to attack. Lately, NBC's left-leaning cable news sister has offered plenty of ammunition.
The Republican National Committee honored a trio of "trailblazers" at a Black History Month event in Washington on Tuesday, marking the GOP's latest stab at bolstering its national image among minorities in the run-up to the 2014 and 2016 elections.
The race card is the overworked joker in the deck of every media and political hack. When a Democratic partisan lays it on the table, the Republican instinct is to head for the exit, leaving his cards, chips and courage behind.
MSNBC's president apologized for an offensive tweet and fired the person responsible Thursday after a top Republican suggested that GOP officials should boycott the news network.