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In the midst of a busy 2012 election cycle, Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin 's offhand remark to a local television station about what constituted "legitimate rape" might have slipped under the radar. But Akin was a prime target for an opposition
If anything, he's a pansy, a man terrified of the liberal media, of Wall Street, of Silicon Valley, of Obama, of Bruce Springsteen, of Mark Zuckerberg, of Chuck Schumer. It's a good bet he's afraid of his own shadow. (In fairness, his shadow is
Stories Add Mitt Romney 's name to the growing list of politicians who won't run for president in 2016. The 2012 Republican nominee eliminated any possibility of another bid on Thursday, saying it's time for someone else...I gave it two good shots,
Or rather, 14,000 out of the 5 million people in Minnesota have spoken up about their picks for the state Republican Party's top races. Tuesday night was caucus night, a Minnesota tradition that gives any legal voter a chance to shape party policies.
Candidate funding As we detailed in our story on the 2012 London Olympic Games, individual members of the United States Olympic Committee's board of directors have long been active in the political sphere. In the 2012 and 2014 election cycles (so
Trips to the bookies, or online betting, bring to mind the Grand National or the FA Cup Final for some, or this weekend's biggest matches for others...There has been a surge in speculating on who's up and who's down at Westminster in recent years.
February 3 One of the most important observations about contemporary politics at least on the presidential level is the importance of religion in determing voters' preferences. More News Tell me if a voter goes to church, consultants say, and I'll
As Republicans look ahead to the 2016 presidential race, they are hoping to avoid the kind of chaotic and protracted nominating battle that dismayed party elders and damaged the eventual candidacy of Mitt Romney...The party is divided and in turmoil,
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney believes the 2014 Sochi Olympics should be safe, despite threats of terrorism in Russia. "Well there's no such thing as 100 percent security anywhere in the world," Romney told The Associated Press on
Donald Trump speaks to reporters after the Erie County Republican Committee fundraiser at Salvatore's Italian Gardens in Depew, NY, Friday, Jan. 31, 2014. The fundraiser was the largest GOP fundraiser in Western New York history. (AP Photo/Lockport