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Democrats Celebrate Ted Kennedy, Mary Jo Kopechne Unavailable For Comment

So much for the being the party of hope and change. On the other hand, it seems fitting that the Democrats, after driving America into a ditch and leaving it to drown, would celebrate a man who drove a car … Continue reading

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Why Evangelicals Are Not Warming Up To Romney

Mitt Romney has had deep trouble getting his engine going in the Bible Belt and the South. Exit polls from the primaries indicate that the key reason he has been doing poorly is a lack of support from evangelicals and … Continue reading

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Can Romney Win The GOP Nomination?

Directly after the 2008 election, the National Review and others in the chattering class started pushing Romney as the frontrunner for 2012, in large part because he was “the runner-up” in the 2008 primaries. The problem is, he was not … Continue reading

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Who Will Win The GOP 2012 Primaries?

Introduction: The Problem With Opinion Polls If we went purely by opinion polls, then Republicans would be right to gather behind Romney or Huckabee and tell everyone else to stop running for president. However, for reasons that will soon be … Continue reading

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They Should Name a Bridge After Him

This week, Ted Kennedy died. Naturally, as with anyone’s death, one’s heart goes out to those who loved him and who grieve for him. Since my own mother died of brain cancer, I know how this all must feel to … Continue reading

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