Peter Roff


November 2012


GOP Shouldn't Abandon Call for Lower Taxes, Pro-Life Stance

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Still reeling from its surprising loss in the 2012 presidential election, Republicans of all stripes are coming forward with "new" ideas to restore the party to electoral success.

The latest is Arizona Sen. John McCain who, displaying the same political acumen that allowed him to win the White House ...

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Republican Party
2012 Congressional elections
2012 presidential election
Democratic Party
Obama, Barack
taxes
abortion

Obama's Coming Carbon Tax

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The closer the U.S. economy gets to the "fiscal cliff" the more panicked the spending interests appear to be. That's because they know that House Speaker John Boehner and his allies in Congress are standing firm against an increase in income tax rates—which the spenders need only for political ...

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taxes
deficit and national debt

Against Filibuster 'Reform,' GOP Needs to Radicalize the Senate

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Over the last two years, Nevada Sen. Harry Reid has ruled over the United States Senate like some kind of 19th century potentate.

A ruthless political operative, Reid has single-handedly blocked legislation, prevented the Senate from voting on healthcare repeal, and led the effort to keep his fellow ...

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Senate
Congress
Reid, Harry
Republican Party
Democratic Party
McConnell, Mitch
Cornyn, John
Paul, Rand

Romney's Defeat Comes Down to Obama's Chicago-Style Tactics

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Anyone who cares about electoral politics and who has not yet read Michael Barone's piece in Friday's Wall Street Journal needs to do so. Now the dean of American political reporters and analysts, Barone writes about American elections better than anyone else. He may not always be right in his ...

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Romney, Mitt
Obama, Barack
2012 presidential election
Electoral College
Congress
House of Representatives
Senate

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