• Mitt Romney On 2016

    2012 GOP nominee Governor Mitt Romney opened the show with me today. We had an extensive discussion about whether or not he would ever be a candidate for the presidency. Judge for yourself whether he opened the door a bit or slammed it shut: The audio: 08-26hhs-romney The transcript: HH:…

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  • Ducey Surges In Arizona, Brnovich Pulls Ahead

    Ducey Surges In Arizona, Brnovich Pulls Ahead

    The latest poll from the Republican primary for the Arizona state house has State Treasurer Doug Ducey establishing a double digit his closest opponent and building on that lead heading into Tuesday's primary. The same poll shows challenger Mark Brnovich establishing a small lead over the ethically challenged incumbent attorney…

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  • Mike McFadden For Senate In Minnesota

    Mike McFadden For Senate In Minnesota

    v Mike McFadden is the GOP nominee to take on Al Franken in Minnesota, and the race, while a reach, is winnable. Recall that Franken “won” the race in the big Obama year of 2008 by a handful of disputed votes and while Franken has worked to be invisible, he…

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  • The Islamic State of the World

    by Brian Fahy & Garrett Fahy The American people have learned that once again, they were not told the truth. We were told that by the fall of 2012, Al Qaeda was purportedly on the run, finished off by a diplomacy that exchanged bullets for talking points, kinetic warfare for…

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  • Minnesota and 2014

    Minnesota and 2014

    First, read the report of Archbishop Chaput's recent remarks on the subject of the growing Latino-American population. Especially this challenge he issued to American Catholics: “Ask yourselves if you're really putting all your talents, all your efforts, and also your material resources into making sure that Latino Catholics receive appropriate…

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  • How The GOP Ought To Campaign On The Federal Courts

    How The GOP Ought To Campaign On The Federal Courts

    My Monday Washington Examiner column looks at the wreckage made of judicial confirmations by Democrats from ted Kennedy to Harry Reid, and outlines the strategy the GOP ought to use to rebuild: First retaliate with a blockade and then rebuild with a bipartisan reconstruction of the supermajority for judges.

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