Tag Archives: Republican Primary

Steve Russell :
Terror in Trumpland: The Donald names his foreign policy team

The major complaint in U.S. policy shops is that Trump has picked backbenchers who do not point to any coherent policy orientation. By Steve Russell | The Rag Blog | May 3 , 2016 In 2016, what was old has … finish reading Steve Russell :
Terror in Trumpland: The Donald names his foreign policy team

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Carl Davidson :
What the big debate tells us about a
Republican presidency

Here’s my instant two cents on the first GOP ‘debate’: put your money in the body bag business. By Carl Davidson | The Rag Blog | August 7, 2015 First, if any of the top people here win the White … finish reading Carl Davidson :
What the big debate tells us about a
Republican presidency

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Bill Freeland :
Donald Trump: From here to obscurity

Trump may imagine himself as president, but what he can’t imagine is the perception of himself as a loser. By Bill Freeland | The Rag Blog | July 27, 2015 Here’s a first: the entire U.S. media, from the most … finish reading Bill Freeland :
Donald Trump: From here to obscurity

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Bill Freeland : Republican Roulette

Graphic by Bill Freeland / The Rag Blog.Republican roulette:Romney vs. the rebels By Bill Freeland | The Rag Blog | March 20, 2012 As the Republican nominating process enters its whirlwind phase — with nearly a primary a week scheduled … finish reading Bill Freeland : Republican Roulette

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Ted McLaughlin : Can the Republicans Kiss and Make Up?

And the losers are (clockwise, from upper left): Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, and Jon Huntsman (who dropped out of the race on Jan. 16). Caricature by DonkeyHotey / Wikimedia Commons.A tough primary season:Republican Party suicide? By … finish reading Ted McLaughlin : Can the Republicans Kiss and Make Up?

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Lamar W. Hankins : Religion is the Elixir of Republican Politics

Religion as magic elixir. Image from Photobucket.Religion:The elixir of Republican politics By Lamar W. Hankins / The Rag Blog / October 18, 2011 An elixir is a substance taken to cure one’s ills, or it’s a substance used to carry … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : Religion is the Elixir of Republican Politics

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Ed Felien : The Consecration of Rick Perry

Warrior for Christ. Image from The Crazy Crusades. A warrior for Christ: The consecration of Rick Perry By Ed Felien / The Rag Blog / August 30, 2011 Governor Rick Perry concluded his prayer in Houston on Saturday, Aug. 7: … finish reading Ed Felien : The Consecration of Rick Perry

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Michael Winship : Rick Perry’s Texas Tall Tales

Pecos Perry? Art from vintage childrens book via saltycotton / Flickr. ‘Emperor in a fig leaf’: Rick Perry’s tall tales of Texas By Michael Winship / Truthout / August 28, 2011 Although born and raised in a small town in … finish reading Michael Winship : Rick Perry’s Texas Tall Tales

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Glenn W. Smith : Is Rick Perry a Person?

That goes for all of us! Image of Wile E. Coyote from Three Fingers of Politics. Is Rick Perry a person? By Glenn W. Smith / The Rag Blog / August 25, 2011 Glenn W. Smith will discuss “Rick Perry … finish reading Glenn W. Smith : Is Rick Perry a Person?

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