Rick Santorum

Has history overtaken the former wild child of sexual conversation?

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Even if the two favorites of social conservatives had teamed up, Mitt Romney probably would have beat them. 

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WHEN I LOOK BACK at my education, I am struck not by how much I learned but by how much I was taught. I am the progeny of teachers; I swoon over teachers. Even what I learned on my own I owed to them, because they guided me in my sense of what is significant. The only form of knowledge that can be adequately acquired without the help of a teacher, and without the humility of a student, is information, which is the lowest form of knowledge.

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It's time to recap the most memorable moments of the 2012 campaign.

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We're now being told that the Romney campaign was seriously hurt by a lack of funds. Should he have dipped into his own pocket?

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Mitt Romney's 47 percent: The pie chart.

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Moderate Republicanism is not intellectually dead. So where is it?

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Some Bishops have broken ranks to defend Paul Ryan's budget. Here's what they get wrong about Catholic teaching:

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A close read of the narrative uses of the RNC's many, many screens.

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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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