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Can the GOP Win if the Economy Improves?

If, after the stumbles of the last week, the recovery resumed and the economy looked notably healthier in November, would Barack Obama deserve re-election? Most Republicans would respond with a resounding “no”, but they need to...

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The Broken Promise That Can Beat Obama

In the last 100 years, every U.S. president who lost his bid for a second term did so because he abandoned his principal promise to the American people. If Republicans can persuade the public that Barack Obama similarly shattered the...

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History Shows: Odds Against Obama’s Second Term

As he campaigns for re-election, Barack Obama pursues a profound and uncommon honor denied to nearly two-thirds of his predecessors. Contrary to a widely held popular belief, political history doesn’t anoint incumbent presidents as...

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Gop Will Lose the Future by Dissing College Grads

The angry, populist tone of the seemingly endless battle for the GOP presidential nomination may cripple the Republican Party in building a long-term connection with the fastest growing group of swing voters in the overall electorate:...

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Unexpected Hope—From Hollywood

For conservatives and traditionalists, unusual good news from Hollywood—in terms of both weekend box-office results and, amazingly enough, the Oscar ceremonies. Among all new films released Friday, Act of Valor counted as the runaway...

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For GOP Contenders, Out of Office Means Out of Touch

Recent history shows that none of the three Republican frontrunners—not Mitt Romney, not Rick Santorum, and certainly not Newt Gingrich—can possibly win the GOP nomination, let alone defeat Barack Obama in November. Why not? Because...

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Palin and Romney, Romance and Resignation, at CPAC

Mitt Romney may have won the straw poll but Sarah Palin won CPAC’s heart—electrifying the Conservative Political Action Conference with one of the most rousing and effective political speeches of recent years. Both winners managed...

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For Mitt: Lessons from Teddy

As his formidable campaign marches inexorably toward the nomination, Mitt Romney should learn a vital lesson from the guy who beat him in his first race for public office: Senator Ted Kennedy. In 1980, Teddy lost his own bid for the...

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Gingrich, Romney and the “Passion Gap”

Does Newt Gingrich enjoy an electoral advantage with movement conservatives in part because he reaps the benefits of an “adultery edge”? It would have sounded like a preposterous notion as recently as a few months ago, but the evidence...

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Obama and the Second-Term Curse

With Americans telling pollsters that they disproportionately disapprove of Barack Obama’s job performance in his first term, advocates of his re-election must promise the public that another four years would represent a dramatic...

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