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Republicans Using Fake Websites to Trick Donors Is Just the Start
Entrepreneur and writer. Author of 'Identified.'
Not thinking anything of it he entered his financial information and hit submit. What he didn't notice was the small print at the bottom of the screen.
Romney Is Selling His Transition Report Even Though It Was Funded By Taxpayers
Attorney, advocate, writer at RepublicReport.org
Under a federal law enacted in 2010, taxpayers now fund efforts by presidential nominees to begin their White House transition efforts even before the election. Unfortunately, it appears that Romney has now turned those taxpayer resources into yet another opportunity to make money.
Mitt Romney On Post-Election Life: 'It's Good To Live A Normal Life Again'
Mitt Romney may have previously likened campaign life to the thrill of riding a roller coaster, but on Wednesday the former
Ann Romney Takes on the Media
Talk Radio Host
Thank you, Chris Wallace! Without you and Fox News, I never would have known that Republicans still think it's everybody else's fault that they lost in 2012.
Mitt Romney Honored With Display In 'They Also Ran Gallery' Of Presidential Losers
On the second floor of the First State Bank in Norton, Kan., attendees are set to commemorate the enshrining of Romney into
Tagg Romney: Mitt 'Wanted To Be President Less Than Anyone I've Met'
Alana Horowitz Satlin
Tagg Romney told the paper that his father was resistant to running because of his unsuccessful 2008 bid for president. Tagg
We Are a Nation of Stuff
Columnist, author, and theologian
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly famously opined during his post election analysis: "It's not a traditional America anymore. People want stuff." Though a sophomoric conclusion, O'Reilly is simultaneously right and wrong.
David Axelrod, Stuart Stevens Meet In 2012 Campaign Rematch
Axelrod responded that their internal numbers didn't show much movement in the race between before and after the storm, and
George W. Bush: Immigration Reform Will Boost Economy
Former president George W. Bush came out in support of immigration reform saying, "Not only do immigrants help build our economy, they help invigorate our soul."
George W. Bush: Immigration Reform Needed To Boost Economy
His brief speech introduced the groups' conference, which focused on the need for immigration reform to bolster economic
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In Defense of Mitt Romney
Robert J. Elisberg
Columnist and screenwriter.
Mitt Romney was not the problem for Republicans this year. In fact, he was the best candidate that Republicans had, by far. Seriously. Consider who was running for president in the Republican Party this year.
Mitt Romney Orders Boston Market For Thanksgiving, Paper Reveals
It also details a surprisingly casual Thanksgiving dinner, courtesy of Boston Market: Still, as a Romney counselor in the
With Stickers, a Petition and Even a Middle Name, Secession Fever Hits Texas
In the weeks since President Obama's re-election, Republicans around the country have been wondering how to proceed. Some
Leadership Lessons From Obama and Romney
Brian Whetten, Ph.D.
President of Core Coaching
If Romney had developed a greater ability to be authentic by confronting the patterns of denial and self-deception that automatically came with his aspirations, he likely would have been able to stand up to the politics of fear -- and elected president.
Has the Emerging Democratic Majority Emerged?
One of the questions that always pops up after an election is whether the winning party's coalition signals some enduring
GOP Must Learn From the Global Sigh of Relief
Managing Director, Cambridge Institute on Religion & Internati...
The Republican Party needs to rethink its foreign policy if it wants to win support at home and abroad -- the two are interconnected.
The Most Astounding Thing About This Election
Retired producer for NBC Nightly News
Election 2012 is only the latest example of human beings' incredible capacity to fool themselves when they desperately want to. And another reminder that today's GOP live on a different planet from the rest of us, with dangerously little regard for facts.
Newt Gingrich: House Elections Hand GOP 'Mandate' To Pursue Conservative Ideas
Romney lost the Latino and Asian American votes by a margin of 44 percent and 47 percent, respectively -- and with that, he
The Bipartisan Agreement on Romney's Biggest Mistake
Mark R. Kennedy
President of the University of North Dakota
It is a common mistake for many candidates to focus nearly exclusively on issues and not enough on making sure they connect personally with voters at the level of their daily lives.
The American Electorate Has Changed, and There's No Turning Back
Loudly, unmistakably, and irreversibly, the Next America announced its electoral arrival this week--years ahead of schedule
Mitt Romney's Campaign Concedes Loss In Florida
This post has been updated to include Obama's vote tally as of Thursday. During a conference call on Thursday, Obama campaign
Revenge of the Pot-Smoking, Gay-Marrying, Women-Empowering, DREAMing Liberals
Chris Weigant is a political commentator.
Seriously, a man running for the most powerful office in the country
didn't bother to plan
for one of the two contingencies that were guaranteed to happen last night? And he wanted us to let him make crucial decisions for all of us?
It Was About the Ideas: Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party
Senior Fellow, Demos Action, former 14-term New York State Ass...
It wasn't about a mistake-filled Romney campaign, although mistakes there were. It wasn't about the hard-right tilt of the Republican primaries, although they trapped Romney into positions that sold in Oklahoma almost nowhere else. It was about ideas.
Obama, Romney Campaign Officials Offer Insight On Election, Candidates
In early spring, President Obama's veteran campaign staff in Chicago confronted the question that would ultimately determine
Karl Rove Argues With Fox News Election Call
Karl Rove argues with Fox News election call
Sam Stein On Obama's Sure-Fire Reelection
As the election winds down HuffPost's Sam Stein recaps how President Obama got reelected.
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