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Gingrich to call it quits next week

It’s unofficial! Newt Gingrich will suspend his trainwreck of a Quixotic campaign next week.

Darn.

It seems a bit odd that a Mormon and a Catholic (two Catholics, until recently) are the leading presidential candidates in a Republican party dominated by Protestant evangelicals. Unfortunately, this is not a sign of the religious diversity espoused by presidential candidate John F. Kennedy in 1960, when he assured Protestant ministers in Houston that he believed in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute.

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Is Romney “Inevitable”?

Romney fails to excite the Republican base, yet his campaign’s air of inevitability continues. Is he inevitable? Let’s look at the numbers.

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If a candidate can’t keep a promise for a matter of two months, about something he has complete control over (the content of his ads), how can he be trusted to keep his promises about anything else?

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AZ, MI Exit Polls: Romney is Candidate of the 1%

Exit polls in Michigan and Arizona, as you probably know by now, indicate Mitt Romney scoring victories in both states.

But they also show that he is most popular among the most wealthy voters.

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A diverse coalition of major national religious organizations called on presidential and other candidates to honor our nation’s traditions of religious liberty and avoid sowing religious discord.

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Newt Gingrich: Pope is Superior to President

Some may wonder if a Catholic president would answer to the Vatican.

It sure looks like Newt Gingrich would; he insists that the American government should not be able to put any limits on the Catholic Church’s activities!

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Even Jeb Bush is getting weary of the Four Horsemen of the Idiocalypse, as they play the politics of fear and division.

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Obama has a higher favorable rating than any GOP candidate. But who has the lowest UNfavorable?

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CNN debate moderator John King asked the candidates their view on contraception. The discussion quickly shifted to religious liberty. Governor Romney brought up not only the Obama Administration’s contraception coverage decisions but the government’s position in the recently decided religious discrimination case, suggesting the 2 positions amount to an attack on religious liberty unprecedented "in […]

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