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Analyzing the post-New Hampshire GOP race

The race for the Republican nomination is now Mitt Romney's to lose. He has always been the frontrunner, but now, after winning the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, it would take a gaffe of Cainian proportions to knock Romney off, and that just is not going to happen.

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Response to Rick Perry blog

As this publication’s token Christian conservative, I guess I should respond to Sam Cosby’s post decrying Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry’s candidacy and an advertisement he put out. Sam is incorrect when he calls Perry’s campaign commercial a “blunder.” Perry ...

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Notes & Asides, 10-26-11

After my column praising Ron Paul’s efforts at solving America’s debt crisis, commenter joshua4234 asked, in so many words, for me to take a look at the Congressional Progressive Caucus’ budget, which eliminates the deficit in 10 years.

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Paul solves the debt crisis

Last week, Ron Paul released his “plan to restore America,” which would cut $1 trillion in his first year as president, achieving a budget surplus by 2015. Dr. Paul would abolish five cabinet departments — Energy, Housing and Urban Development, Commerce, Interior and Education — end corporate subsidies, stop foreign aid, end all foreign wars and return most spending to 2006 levels.

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Only one GOP candidate can defeat Obama: Ron Paul

Earlier this month, President Barack Obama, unsurprisingly, announced his bid to keep the same job for four more years. Though the president hasn’t had exactly what you could call a smooth first term, he will be a formidable foe to the Republican nominee.

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One-finger salute

The NCAA Tournament definitely lived up to its name.

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Letters to the editor

The article published on Wednesday concerning the views of Ron Paul on the Federal Reserve is most disturbing.

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Tell me Moore, Dr. Paul

In Michael Moore’s new documentary, “Capitalism: A Love Story,” the left-wing filmmaker blames our country’s economic woes on greedy capitalists, saying, “capitalism is evil, and you can’t regulate evil.”

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The ten people I’d most like to meet

Everyone has people that they’d die (figuratively) to meet. And everyone loves lists.

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Why I started watching “Mad Men”

Whenever I am flipping through channels, I always see advertisements or references to the AMC hit show "Mad Men." It always intrigued me, but it seemed like I never had the time to tune in. So I resolved to watch season three of "Mad Men." And I am impressed.

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Ron Paul’s one good idea

OUR GOVERNMENT IS BROKEN.

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LiveBlogging South Carolina primary, Nevada caucus

What follows is The Collegian’s coverage of the Nevada Caucus and the Republican South Carolina primary. It comes by alternating embellishment of CNN’s coverage and mocking of it, with worthwhile coverage interspersed throughout. Be sure to check out The Collegian’s ...

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Republicans ham it up on YouTube and CNN

Each candidate at the CNN-YouTube Republican debates last week had their own song and dance. Let’s take a look at the candidates: be they winners or losers of the debate, they’re players nonetheless. Mike Huckabee The rising star of the ...

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