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Bolton, Eyeing Possible Presidential Bid, Backs Boehner’s Debt-Ceiling Plan

Former UN Ambassador and possible Republican presidential candidate John R. Bolton joined ex-Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman in endorsing Speaker of the House John Boehner’s debt-ceiling plan on Wednesday. “All conservatives, especially those concerned with American national security, should support the Boehner Plan,” said the 62-year-old former diplomat in a statement issued on Wednesday. Acknowledging that […]

Vieira: Paul Should Run as 'Fusion' Candidate

Vieira: Paul Should Run as ‘Fusion’ Candidate

In an interview with The Daily Bell, attorney and author Edwin Vieira, Jr. suggests that Congressman Ron Paul would be better off running for President as a fusion candidate of the Libertarian and Constitution Parties in 2012. The full interview can be found here, but this is the key part about Ron Paul’s presidential prospects: […]

Fred Karger Quietly Canvasses New Hampshire

Fred Karger Quietly Canvasses New Hampshire

More than 100 supporters turned out for a Beverly Hills fundraiser for long-shot GOP presidential candidate Fred Karger on Sunday night. Tickets for the fundraiser, which was held at realtor Michael Libow’s famous “Witch’s House” — a whimsical mansion and tourist attraction built in 1921 for an historic Culver City movie studio and used in several […]

Fred Karger and the Making of the Next ‘Children’s Crusade’

More than 100 supporters turned out for a Beverly Hills fundraiser for long-shot GOP presidential candidate Fred Karger on Sunday night. Tickets for the fundraiser, which was held at realtor Michael Libow’s famous “Witch’s House” — a whimsical mansion and tourist attraction built in 1921 for an historic Culver City movie studio and used in several […]

Ron Paul Picks Up Key Iowa Endorsements

Ron Paul Picks Up Key Iowa Endorsements

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s determined effort to be taken seriously as a presidential candidate in 2012 received a major boost on Monday when he picked up the endorsement of Cory Adams, chairman of Iowa’s Story County Republican Party. “Only Ron Paul articulates and demonstrates a clear devotion to constitutionally limited government,” said Adams in endorsing […]

Formerly Fringe: Paul Scores Credibility Boost in Iowa

Formerly Fringe: Paul Scores Credibility Boost in Iowa

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s determined effort to be taken seriously as a presidential candidate in 2012 received a major boost on Monday when he picked up the endorsement of Cory Adams, chairman of Iowa’s Story County Republican Party. “Only Ron Paul articulates and demonstrates a clear devotion to constitutionally limited government,” said Adams in endorsing […]

Roemer Officially Joins Crowded Republican Field

Roemer Officially Joins Crowded Republican Field

Buddy Roemer’s long-anticipated candidacy for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination was made official on Thursday when the former Louisiana governor declared his candidacy at the Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Roemer, 67, became the 12th candidate to officially join the crowded GOP contest. “We’re a nation where ninety-eight percent of the people […]

Roemer Officially Joins Crowded Republican Field

Buddy Roemer’s long-anticipated candidacy for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination was made official on Thursday when the former Louisiana governor declared his candidacy at the Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Roemer, 67, became the 12th candidate to officially join the crowded GOP contest. “We’re a nation where ninety-eight percent of the people don’t […]

Don’t Forget to Turn Off the Lights

Don’t Forget to Turn Off the Lights

Public Policy Polling (PPP), a Democratic polling firm, plans to drop former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty from the list of GOP candidates that it regularly polls in a direct match-up against President Barack Obama, The Daily Caller reported earlier tonight. The former Minnesota governor is being dropped from the general election polling as a result […]

Don’t Forget to Turn Off the Lights

Public Policy Polling (PPP), a Democratic polling firm, plans to drop former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty from the list of GOP candidates that it regularly polls in a direct match-up against President Barack Obama, The Daily Caller reported earlier tonight. The former Minnesota governor is being dropped from the general election polling as a result […]