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Bash brothers The Bush brothers turned into Bash Brothers for one night in South Carolina as they take a few mighty swings at Donald Trump....
Defending W In a new biography, Bush the Elder trashes Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, saying that W. was ill-served by them. Cheney, he said,...
Mission accomplished? Jeb Bush: "Mission was accomplished" by his big brother on Iraq security until Barack Obama ruined it all by withdrawing the troops. And...
Jeb Bush is talking serious smack about one politician certain not to be his opponent in 2016. The not-yet-formally announced, not-fully-frontrunner Republican candidate on a...
Chopp is a renowned scholar of progressive religious movements in America, a likely draw for DU, given the political and innovative history of its own theology program at the Iliff School.
You can count on one thing every time Republican candidates for president get close to a caucus or a primary or a debate: The name of Ronald Reagan will be invoked.
Texas Governor Rick Perry will end his limping bid for the presidency with an announcement scheduled this morning, just two days before voters go to the polls in the crucial South Carolina Republican primary. The timing is aimed to boost support for Newt Gingrich, whose popularity among voters has been climbing again after he unleashed a barrage of attacks on Romney over the last two weeks, painting him as an arch job-killing vulture capitalist, and after Romney declined to appear last night at an anti-abortion forum in Greenville.
GREELEY-- The presidential election is ten months away but, for many hardcore Obama volunteers like the dozen or so people who met here in a garage on the Monday night before Thanksgiving, the campaign has never stopped.
Five Republican presidential candidates hammered on regulations, taxes and President Obama at a manufacturing forum Tuesday in Iowa, calling for major cuts to those areas and aiming to pin the worldwide economic downturn on the president.
On Sunday, GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul appeared on Al Punto, a Spanish-language TV news show, saying he doesn’t need a different message for Hispanic voters.