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Latest Ron Paul Items
Sen. Marco Rubio still gets billed as a potential vice presidential candidate in 2012, and there are those who pine for him to run for president one day.
Republican White House hopefuls are attacking President Obama's response to Syrian dictator Bashar Assad's bloody, five-month crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators, saying the commander in chief wasted valuable time in mulling the situation.
While other candidates are dominating headlines in the Republican presidential campaign, Ron Paul is quietly commanding a campaign that's showing a level of maturity in fundraising and performance that was lacking four years ago.
Michele Bachmann's commanding victory in Iowa over the weekend was a hard, quick punch in the nose to Washington.
Polls, focus groups and fundraising tallies have their place — but if you really want to take the electorate's pulse, go souvenir shopping. Money talks, and as the economy limps, our leaders snipe, and the rough beast of our divided government slouches toward next year's presidential election, the political memorabilia tills have a tale to tell: For the president, it's a scary one.
The weekend's straw poll in Ames lived up to its historic role as presidential bouncer, validating Rep. Michelle Bachmann's front-runner status in Iowa and kicking former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty to the curb — reshuffling the Republican race for the White House along the way.
One day after winning the Iowa straw poll, GOP presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann did a victory lap Sunday, hitting all the major political talk shows and pushing the message that she is the Republican best qualified to defeat President Obama.
A loophole in the law doesn't require workers hired at most power plants to undergo FBI background checks even though a federal report warns that the plants are likely routes for terrorists, Sen. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, said Sunday in announcing legislation that would change that.
No, the Ames Straw Poll doesn't mean much. But on the other hand, a Bachmann win there does mean something.