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Former Kansas Sen. Bob Dole has been released from Walter Reed Army Medical Center after being treated for a minor infection
CNN contributor argues Dole lost to Clinton in 1996 campaign for reasons unrelated to government shutdown, clearing the way for it to happen again with new Congress
That presidential look - Ricochet
A look at our current commander-in-chief and past leaders
Why Sarah Palin shouldn’t have her own TV show.
Dole says Crist promised to vote with GOP - Capital-Journal
Former senator Bob Dole, a supporter of former Senate candidate Charlie Crist, says the Republican turned Independent promised to vote for GOP control
Chris Christie’s best shot at the White House is to keep not thinking about it
Vice President Clinton? - TheDC
Strategists say replacing Joe Biden with Hillary Clinton may be the key to another Democratic presidential victory in 2012
The knee-jerk reaction from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) immediately following her nomination is comical at best, and shows that her opposition is – as they say in the business – green, to say the least
Less than an hour after her victory in the Connecticut Republican primary for Senate Tuesday, Democrats were slamming McMahon for her WWE past
In today’s divided political environment, gaining a competitive advantage over your opponent may make the difference of several hundred votes on Election Day. You never know, it could even change the course of history
Here we are, almost four decades after the start of the modern women’s movement, finally having a political impact from coast to coast and across the political spectrum. What we’ve always wanted is coming to pass: Women of all political persuasions are duking it out in the public arena, taking on each other…and the boys. They’re paying their dues, spending their own fortunes, and setting their own agendas
The Alabama Republican and the ranking Republican member of the Senate Banking Committee, gave a final speech on the Senate floor in advance of the final vote to pass a financial regulation bill
Republicans eye 2011 shutdown of Congress over Obamacare - The Daily Caller
Top Republicans gearing up for a showdown against Obama over the health-care law if they win majorities in Congress in November
So what is the point of all this navel gazing when it comes to political candidates or elected officials and their medical records or conditions? I thought privacy was the operative word when it comes to medical records and current conditions: what gives? For that matter: why is MSNBC’s resident douche, Keith Olbermann, giving us the blow-by-blow of his dying father instead of demanding Bush and Cheney be imprisoned for war crimes?
Washington: At the risk of being erroneously labeled a “Libertarian” (capital “L”) or even a “libertarian” (small “l”), let’s get this out of the way: Ron Paul, Ron Paul, Ron Paul. Indeed he did officially if not embarrassingly win the recent CPAC presidential preference poll (what “winners” get booed?”). The only thing that could have been worse would have been Sen. John McCain winning: ugh.
Republicans and conservatives in particular have been riding high as polls have shown independents moving away from the Democrats and toward them. This has especially been true since Sen. Scott Brown’s win last month in Massachusetts, in a seat once thought unwinnable for a Republican.
Until just now, I knew I liked Sarah Palin but I hadn’t thought out my reasons. I just liked her. Now, challenged to explain why, I have to step back and look at where I’ve been and what has made me… me.
Republicans, on the mend as the opposition but lacking a unifying leader, yearn for Ronald Reagan. Two decades after leaving office he is nostalgically remembered by many Americans as a reassuring leader who stayed the course at home and abroad and left our country happier and stronger than he found it. Even on the left, which savaged him when he was president, Reagan has won retrospective praise for producing the first-ever treaty to reduce U.S. and Soviet nuclear arsenals and ending the Cold War.