Peter Roff


January 2012


The Left Sees the Koch Brothers Everywhere

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The New Yorker's Jane Mayer seems to be obsessed with Charles and David Koch, the billionaire brothers whose Koch Industries is among the nation's largest privately-held corporations. Philanthropists both, the Koch's considerable charitable activities in support of free minds and free markets have ...

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journalism
politics

Remembering an Extraordinary 'Average' American

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A great American has passed away.

You're not likely to read about it in tomorrow's newspaper or see it mentioned on television or hear about it on the radio. By most any definition she was not famous. She was not a captain of industry nor was she a world leader or an elected official. She was,

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Lessons From Iowa: Attack Politics Work, Straw Polls Don't

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The biggest surprise coming out of Tuesday's crucial Iowa caucuses is how close former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum came to beating former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. An asterisk for much of the race, Santorum mobilized a coalition of pro life, pro traditional marriage supporters to lift him ...

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Iowa caucus
Romney, Mitt
Santorum, Rick
Gingrich, Newt
Paul, Ron
2012 presidential election
Bachmann, Michele

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