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With the nation abuzz about presidential politics, HBO has added a colorful portrait to the political landscape with the film Game Change–the story of the vice presidential nomination of Sarah Palin in 2008, directed by Jay Roach and based on the book by journalists John Heilemann and Mark Halperin. Game Change reveals the inner-workings of the John McCain [...]
As the Florida Primary nears, it looks like the Republican Party may finally be having its “come to Jesus” moment: the presumptive nominee Mitt Romney has again pulled ahead in polls, leading Newt Gingrich now by nine percentage points (40% to 31%, with Rick Santorum and Ron Paul each around 10%). A victory in [...]
It is difficult to provide the proper rebuke to a man like Rick Santorum, who has spent much of his adult life trying to impose his religious beliefs on the American people through public office. After all, throughout his career, Santorum has drawn the disdain of voters and strangers alike, and before he was [...]