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  1. Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum is playing a major role in the 2016 presidential race. He didn't as well as a candidate this time as he did in 2012. He is a social conservative and had to contend with Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz and Ben Carson in this lane. However, his other distinguishing area were his thoughts on how Republicans should appeal to American workers.

  2. Pennsylvania senator is introducing new gun legislation amid homegrown terrorism this week

  3. "At least there was some ambiguity about these things. At least there was a fig leaf! It's not that way anymore."

  4. Are We Orlando or Are We Brands?

    GizmodoJun 17 11:58 AM

    The It Gets Better Project is maybe Dan Savage’s most ingenious creation, and that’s really saying something given that I’m referring to the man who made Rick Santorum’s last name synonymous with a frothy mix of lube and fecal matter. The initiative Savage formulated in 2010 with his husband Terry Miller in the wake of a string of gay teen suicides incentivized activism by conflating it with ...

  5. The 'Trump Effect' on Cable News

    The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsJun 17 04:00 AM

    One year ago, cable news appeared to be in its twilight. But in 2015, Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC all saw their profits surge, according to the Pew Research Project. Erik Wemple, a media columnist at The Washington Post, calls it “the Trump Effect.” Pew hailed "a ratings bump not seen in years.” In the New York Times, media critic Jim Rutenberg has depicted news organizations plastering Trump ...

  6. Trump Really Did Energize the GOP Vote: Here’s the Proof

    The Fiscal Times via Yahoo! NewsJun 08 12:30 PM

    Donald Trump is right. In the 2012 GOP primaries, which former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney won, a total of 21.5 million votes were cast. In the 2008 primaries, which put Arizona Senator John McCain at the top of the Republican presidential ticket, 22.8 million people cast primary ballots, according to Real Clear Politics.

  7. Does Donald Trump have a 'SINO' problem?

    The Christian Science MonitorJun 06 11:19 AM

    The phrase 'supporter in name only' is arising in reference to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, whose hold on the party base is highly uncertain.

  8. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan said he will be voting for Donald Trump in the Nov. 8 presidential election on June 2, 2016. Ryan, like other Republicans, had been hesitant to endorse the real estate mogul, but he has now changed his position in an effort to unite the party.

  9. Railing against the dangers of same-sex marriage just doesn’t draw a crowd like it used to, the National Organization for Marriage learned this weekend. 

  10. Am I qualified to be a political columnist? I think so

    The Wilmington Star-NewsJun 11 09:16 AM

    My column was the result of editors' faith that I can provide greater context about the political climate.

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