Mike Huckabee

A few Republicans who have acknowledged the moral urgency of immigration reform.

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Mike Huckabee could be president. If he wanted it.

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Why Is Herman Cain Trying to Cure Your Erectile Dysfunction?

When failed presidential candidates become spam kings

B-list Republican presidential candidates are now making money off internet spam. 

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Only one Southern state has maintained a legislature fully controlled by the once-dominant Democrats. That may change in November.

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Has the GOP relegated talk of tax cuts to quiet rooms?

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Todd Akin joins the pantheon of moron politicians who have said abhorrent things about rape and rape victims.

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DES MOINES—“It's a historic day,” Rep. Steve King of Iowa announced yesterday from the podium of the FAMiLY Leadership Summit 2012, a major gathering of social conservatives in a suburban Des Moines megachurch that drew a host of national political celebrities. King wasn’t talking about the event, or even the prospect of ejecting Barack Obama from the White House, but of the choice of his friend and colleague Paul Ryan to become Mitt Romney’s running-mate.

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As Mitt Romney struggles, yet again, to nail down the Republican presidential nomination, a question keeps presenting itself: Is Romney’s team incompetent?

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The man tasked with leading Rick Santorum’s stand against the Mitt Romney juggernaut fell into the job after happening across Santorum’s presidential aspirations in the newspaper. Mike Biundo, a 43-year-old New Hampshire political consultant, was looking for something to do after managing a successful congressional bid when he read about Santorum’s possible run in The Union Leader.

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ROCHESTER, N.H. -- Four years ago, the Republican candidates for president met for a final debate before the New Hampshire primary. Mitt Romney had been the presumed frontrunner but was no longer -- he had been embarrassed by Mike Huckabee in Iowa and was facing a resurgent John McCain in New Hampshire. Yet his rivals could not resist going after him, even in his weakened state. They ganged up on Romney in a tag team, taking turns with their shots and cackling in glee whenever someone else landed a hit.

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