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1 hr ago | Tax Foundation
This week, Senator Marco Rubio announced his new economic growth agenda . As part of his agenda to grow the economy, he wants to reform the United States' tax code.
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5 hrs ago | The American Prospect
The Bridgegate scandal in New Jersey changed Governor Chris Christie's image from lovable, gruff straight-talker to retributive, partisan bully.
9 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
It is rather curious, given the American conservative movement's long and dramatic history of anti-Communism and anti-Russian saber rattling, that many leading voices on the right are speaking about Russian President Vladimir Putin with varying degrees of admiration.
Over the weekend, as the Conservative Political Action Conference wound down, Michele Bachmann was greeted with a roar of approval when she said this : CPAC showcased that deep divisions remain among Republicans over whether to pursue immigration reform.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate, lays out his economic agenda in a speech Monday.
Who will be the next "Mr. Republican"? While the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination gets underway, there is another, more informal race going on as well.
George P. Bush, the Republican candidate for Texas land commissioner, says his father, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush would 'lend a lot to the conservative movement and our country' if he were to run for and win the presidency.
Without an obvious frontrunner to represent Republicans against Hilary in 2016, one thing is guaranteed: It's going to be an entertaining race.
Rand Paul won the Conservative Political Action Conference's straw poll for the second consecutive year, but did he avoid the contentious subject of foreign policy? That seemed to be the consensus in media reports on his speech, with a few exceptions .
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio had a rough time last year after he stirred a backlash among conservative Republicans with his quest to revamp the country's immigration laws.
Is there enough buyer's remorse for Mitt Romney to consider yet a third run for the presidency? Some may think the notion is new, given President Obama's sagging poll numbers, his lame duck presidency and the seemingly constant unraveling of ObamaCare.
Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who's looking to get his old job back -- this time as a Democrat -- argued Sunday that Democrats need to "strengthen up" and own the Affordable Care Act in this year's midterms.
The just-concluded Conservative Political Action Conference demonstrated that conservatives can rally yet disagree, t he Washington Post reported.
The New York Times covered the latest annual gathering of the Conservative Political Action Conference with its usual mix of suspicion, overloaded labeling bias, and anti-GOP doomsaying.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday condemned Russia's "act of aggression" in Ukraine's Crimea region.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio today commented on new evidence of the increasing likelihood of a taxpayer-funded bailout of health insurance companies under ObamaCare.