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In a written statement, he offered more detail: "Last night, after Thanksgiving dinner with my parents and family, I drove with my wife and children to my home. We exited I-215 South at 4500 South and came to a stop at the intersection. Just then, a
Barack Obama did well in Whatcom County in 2012, getting almost 55.5 percent of the vote while Mitt Romney got less than 41.5 percent. (Much of the remainder was taken by the Libertarian and Green tickets). Obama has fallen into a funk in 2013, with
Mitt's favorite meatloaf cakes might become a Thanksgiving staple...This year, I decided to take come cues from Ann Romney and her famously large political clan. She has just published a new cookbook, the Romney Family Table , which promises home-
for the second time in three years he made GQ 's " Least Influential List ." This time the magazine referred to him as "a very eloquent hat stand": He can blame Republicans in Congress all he likes and get away with it because congressional
After Kennedy's 1960 run, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama all followed his model of elbowing aside other candidates with seemingly more claim to their party's nomination. Television Debates: It can't be said often enough
I just read this exchange between Steve Malzberg and you. You know, Brent Bozell was very angry at me because I said critical things about Mitt Romney, and he wrote about it, he picked all the times that I criticized Mitt Romney's inept campaign...
Gov. Deval Patrick's notorious $12,000 Corner Office damask drapes a controversial taxpayer-funded purchase that dogged the early weeks of his first administration won't be staying when he leaves the State House. When a firestorm erupted over Patrick'
Mitt Romney is the new president of the United States, according to a Washington Post ABC News poll. Among registered voters surveyed between November 14 and November 17, Romney topped Obama 49 percent to 45 percent, Politico reports . Famously,
On Friday's CBS This Morning, the co-hosts interviewed Mitt and Ann Romney at 8:17 in the show's second hour. Strangely, CBS Evening News couldn't find a single soundbite of any length from that interview that was worth re-airing on Friday night, nor
Simpson is a close friend and ally of Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), and has carved a more centrist voting record while in Congress. He's fighting off a challenge from attorney Bryan Smith (R), who has the backing of the Club for Growth, a deep-