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Bob Woodward had a lengthy article yesterday in The Washington Post, In his debut in Washington’s power struggles, Gingrich threw a bomb. The article concerns Newt's refusal as Republican Whip to go along with George H.W. Bush's 1990 deal with Democrats to raise taxes. The deal, which breached Bush's "read...

Reader Hope Change in the Tip Line suggests the following caption for this photo:  “That’s right, Mr. President, National Review is trying to elect Mitt Romney.” I think that's a good one, although it presumes Reagan would have known who Romney was.  Any other suggestions? And the...

From Dan McLaughlin, who recently endorsed Rick Perry, writing at RedState: As we all know by now, there’s Good Newt and there’s Bad Newt.  If you want the full Good Newt experience, check out this speech he gave to the NRA convention back in April.  If...

The recent endorsement of Mitt Romney for President by The Washington Examiner has worked to underscore an odd and conflicting point by Romney supporters who are attempting to “make the case for Mitt.” A common line that has been consistently trumpeted by Romney supporters is that...

Ann, we get it, you support Mitt and you don't like Newt.  Nothing wrong with that, everyone is entitled to an opinion. But in the quest to sink the U.S.S. Newt, you are becoming a political kamikaze. First, you played the birther card on the entire Tea Party movement, claiming that...

Why do Republican politicians go on Letterman?  I know it's good exposure, but it's exposure that always comes with a price. Letterman always makes the Republican look bad and weak.  I said it when Rick Perry went on Letterman, but at least in that circumstance Perry...

I guess I'm upsetting some people with my vigorous posts regarding Newt. Robert Stacy McCain says I've "hopped aboard the Gingrich bandwagon and [am] savagely lashing Newt’s critics."  Actually, the bandwagon jumped on me, because my endorsement predated Newt's surge, if only by a few days. John Sexton...

We should defer to the judgment of people who run a cover like this? National Review is off the rails and off its rocker.  And plenty of their writers are having a good laugh about it on Twitter today. Related:  The making of an anti-Romney...

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