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To hell with charisma: Plain talk from Daniels on nation's ills and how to fix them

To hell with charisma: Plain talk from Daniels on nation's ills and how to fix them

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Following is the full text of Gov. Mitch Daniels’ Republican Address to the Nation: “The status of ‘loyal opposition’ imposes on those out of power some serious responsibilities: to show respect for the Presidency and its occupant, to express agreement where it exists. Republicans tonight salute our President, for instance, for his aggressive […]

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The GOP's Bill Clinton: Wrong for conservatives, wrong for America

The GOP's Bill Clinton: Wrong for conservatives, wrong for America

By Jeffrey T. Kuhner Republicans have been casting about for a viable alternative to Mitt Romney. Many now believe Mr. Gingrich should be the GOP’s 2012 presidential nominee. They are wrong. Mr. Gingrich has excellent qualities. He is a formidable debater, articulate and possesses a strong grasp of policy. In fact, the Georgia Republican has […]

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How TV debates have changed the race

How TV debates have changed the race

By Fred Barnes Neither fund raising nor the building of grass-roots organizations in key primary states is driving the Republican presidential race. Endorsements haven’t mattered much either. Stump speeches have been of minimal importance. And policy papers—such as former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s 59-point economic plan or ex-Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman’s proposal for tax rate […]

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Candidate blues? Hey, here's how the Republicans can win in 2012

Candidate blues? Hey, here's how the Republicans can win in 2012

By Jeffrey T. Kuhner The prospective GOP presidential field is emerging. Republicans risk snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Mike Huckabee is out. Donald Trump threw in the towel. Newt Gingrich is floundering. Outside of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (who also may not run) there is only one other big name: Mitt Romney. […]

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How the Iranian people can, like the American people, take back their country

How the Iranian people can, like the American people, take back their country

By Sheda Vasseghi President Obama was elected with an agenda that included dialogue with the clerics in Tehran.  That agenda backfired with the Islamic Republic’s unwillingness to engage in a dialogue, and an unexpected Iranian national uprising in June 2009 disputing the rigged elections results and the theocratic regime as a whole.  Since then, the […]