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GOP test: Expiring tax cuts would mean little bang for buck
Dilemma for Senate Republicans: Proposed tax cuts would expire after 10 years
Rand Paul Banks on College Students to Win Iowa
Presidential hopeful Rand Paul spent part of last week back in college, touring universities throughout Iowa as part of his campaign’s strategy to win the state by banking on attracting young voters. At a stop at the University of Northern Iowa, while the senator was live-streaming his day, Paul
Paul Ryan Found Himself at Miami University of Ohio
If vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan has hopes for the highest office in the land, he’s in good company — among his fellow alumni at Miami University in Ohio is former president Benjamin Harrison, who is best known for signing the Sherman Antitrust Act and...
Roundtable II: This Week in Politics
George Will, Tim Pawlenty, Matt Dowd, Austan Goolsbee, and Katrina vanden Heuvel
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie 'Not Looking to be Loved'
WASHINGTON, D.C. – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says his record in the Garden State is evidence that divided government doesn’t have to mean gridlock, when leaders make the right “tough choices.” At a biannual dinner of Washington’s libertarian Cato Institute Friday night, Christie told...
Occupy Movement Hopes for New Lease on Life
The Occupy movement got off to a great start last fall, but living in a tent camp seemed less attractive during the Northern European winter. Now that spring is back, activists are hoping for a protest renaissance. But the loose-knit group still needs to figure out what it actually stands for. When
Scholar's Opinion: In Support of the Resolution
Paul Milazzo is an Associate Professor of History at Ohio University. The following paper is in support of the resolution, "There's Too Much Government In My Life" debated on "This Week" on Sunday, Dec. 18. When polls suggest, as Gallup did again recently, that a majority of Americans (64%) think
Romney Calls Obama Out on Economy
Do you believe public confidence. Have any social responsibility. To create jobs. Or do you believe this Nobel laureate Milton Friedman the most important most influential conservative economists the twentieth century held. That corporations. Should exist solely. To create maximum profit. share.
CPAC Top 10: Collectibles for Conservatives
ABC News’ Amy Bingham and Devin Dwyer report: Every year we troll the exhibit halls at CPAC in search of the quirkiest trinkets, souvenirs and conservative-themed products on display. Here are our picks for the top ten of 2011: 1....
Bashing Billionaires: 'Tis the Season
Do Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Really Help by Giving Away Their Fortunes?