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Money will matter in the 2016 general election.

The fact that Trump has adopted some recent talking points to placate Republicans doesn't satisfy those who have doubts about his credibility and his overall relationship with the truth.

Romney delivered an unvarnished takedown of a man who has diminished the process of electing the leader of the free world.

Donald Trump won't win one GOP primary, but maybe he has provided some teachable moments that are useful for our body politic.

GOP candidates need to give our adversaries a sense of what might be different under a Republican president in 2016.

Let the 2016 GOP Hair Primary begin.

No one in the South should hide behind the notion that the flag has a place in the public square because "it is part of our history."

If you didn’t already think that the May 15 “boxing” match was ridiculous the preview will do it.

By bowing out today, Romney becomes a statesman of his party rather than a punch line for comedians.

If the “authentic” Romney does show up this time around, no one will believe it is really him.

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