Why is Newt Gingrich staying in the race?

From Gingrich All But Concedes Race to Romney By Nathan Hodge Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who once led the polls in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, all but conceded the race Sunday to his rival, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. In an interview with “Fox News Sunday,” Mr. Gingrich called Mr. Romney …

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Mitt Romney wins the Maryland Republican Primary

From Romney Easily Picks Up Win in Maryland By Peter Nicholas Mitt Romney coasted to a victory in Maryland and looked set to post strong showings in Wisconsin and the District of Columbia, further widening the gap between the Republican front-runner and the rest of the GOP presidential field. Initial returns from Maryland showed Mr. …

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Is Newt Gingrich running for Vice President? (Verse 2)

I suggested here that former Speaker of the House, Representative Newt Gingrich (R-GA) might be fishing for the vice presidential nomination if former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) is the Republican presidential nominee.  Though he doesn’t address that possibility in this short article, Robert Stacy McCain noted a secret meeting between Messrs Gingrich and Romney: NEWT …

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Is Newt Gingrich running for Vice President? (Updated: is the Romney campaign getting New York Times reporters to ask Romney-friendly questions of Rick Santorum?)

From The New York Times Politics section: Santorum Ignores Pressure to Bow Out to Romney By Jeff Zeleny and Sarah Wheaton Published: March 25, 2012 RACINE, Wis. — Mitt Romney remains his biggest foe, but Rick Santorum is increasingly confronting an even more daunting obstacle: a rising chorus of Republicans calling for the divisive presidential …

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The excuses of the losers

Your editor realizes that former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) is not a popular choice for many Republicans, nor was Mr Romney your editor’s first choice for the Republican nomination.1 But I get very tired of reading complaints from people that Mr Romney is leading in the campaign for the GOP nomination because “the Republican Establishment …

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In the end, it comes down to the voters

From Robert Stacy McCain: Mitt Romney Wins Nevada Caucuses; Gingrich Blames Mormons for His Loss Posted on February 5, 2012 | The questions now becomes very serious: “Can he be stopped? And is so, by whom?” But first, the news: Mitt Romney won Nevada’s GOP caucuses by a wide margin Saturday, a victory that was …

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The Florida Republican Presidential Primary: Mitt Romney wins big.

As was expected: Mitt Romney to win Florida primary, CBS News projects ByBrian Montopoli Updated: 8:48 p.m. ET Mitt Romney will defeat Newt Gingrich decisively in the Florida Republican primary, CBS News is projecting, in a victory that reestablishes the former Massachusetts governor as the clear frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination. “I stand ready …

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Saul Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals” explained

If we really remember the 2008 campaign with Hillary and Obama the Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky would creep into the Campaign. For the last week or so, the Name Saul Alinsky has come up. Who was Alinsky? Progressives will tell you he’s great. Conservatives will tell you Barack Obama is the Poster Child …

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The candidate I endorsed has withdrawn; now, whom do I pick?

As our long-term readers are aware, your editor endorsed Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) for the Republican Presidential nomination early on in the process. I still believe that Governor Perry is just the kind of man we need for President: a strong conservative with real executive experience, leading a state which has led the nation in …

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And so it begins

One thing that your editor has said before is that, should former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) become the Republican presidential nominee, it would be the Democrats and their minions who would be raising the issue of Mr Romney being a Mormon: (S)hould Governor Romney win the nomination, I’m absolutely certain that we will see the …

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