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Jeff Winkler is a Daily Caller staff writer covering firearms, as well as campaign advertising and fringe culture topics. He worked previously for several Arkansas and New Zealand publications. His byline has appeared in Slate, Reason, Good magazine, the Guardian, Washington City Paper and most notably, Worm Digest.
Ron Paul is becoming the Steven Spielberg of the Republican presidential race.
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Tim Pawlenty's returning to his dramatic roots.
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Mitt Romney has a birthday gift for the president.
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