Republican Presidential Candidates
US Labor nominee Acosta says he'll advocate for workers
Wed, 22 Mar 2017
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of a housekeeper not authorized to work in the U.S. and other issues. Acosta was to be introduced by a pair of 2016 GOP presidential hopefuls, also Latino, who were defeated by Trump: home state Sen. Marco Rubio and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. In his prepared
Trump warns GOP of political costs of rejecting health bill
Tue, 21 Mar 2017
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s most vociferous foe — Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul. "He's a good guy," Trump said of one 2016 rival for the GOP presidential nomination. "And I look forward to working with him so we can get this bill passed, in some form, so that we can pass
Audio & Video
Did Obama encourage illegals to vote? 11/7/16
Listen to Obama's statement and you decide if he's encouraging illegals to vote tomorrow.
The gloves are off with Trump and Hillary 8-26-16
The gloves are off with Trump and Hillary
Ted Cruz not welcome in the Bronx. 4/7/16
What do you make of the protesters in the Bronx?
Is Massachusetts feeling the Bern? 3/1/16
Have you seen a lot of Bernie Sanders supporters in MA?
Janet Hook (Wall Street Journal, Republican Polls)
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Michigaffe - Why the Stadium?
just days before Michigan voters go to the polls in a primary, probably didn't go as well as the Republican presidential candidate had hoped. Video footage showed Mr. Romney talking to a crowd of some 1,200, gathered in the middle
Sununu Defends Mitt, Globe Explains Relationship
John H. Sununu expressed his discontent with some of the recent attacks by Mitt Romney's fellow Republican presidential candidates , going so far as to call the attacks on Mitt Romney "Socialist." The Boston Globe ran a story Wednesday
Americans Rate Obama a Liberal
give Huntsman, though 45% of those surveyed said they have no opinion of the former Utah governor. Americans perceive GOP presidential hopeful Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, who scored 4.0, and President Obama, who scored 2.3, as furthest from
David Brooks: Mitt Has Two Problems
David Brooks says that Mitt is the only "plausible" GOP presidential contender. The others, he says, are helping to prepare Romney for the Obama machine. So they're attacking him, attacking him... getting him ready for what Obama's gonna unleash on him.
Poll: Cain Beats Obama
undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here .) Cain is tied with Romney for the lead in the race for the GOP presidential nomination . Nobody else is even close at the moment. Last week , Cain trailed Obama by three. The week before , he was behind