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What is more likely to kill you — a gun or a car?

FILE — Feb. 6, 2015: A dealer arranges handguns in a display case in advance of a show at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds in Little Rock, Ark. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

Which is more likely to kill you: a car or… Continue reading

Obama and Romney Are Still Running Neck-And-Neck, Despite Success of Bain Capital Attacks

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No, Citizens United Isn’t The Whole Story, But…

Doug Schoen

Has Merck Found The Heir To Fosamax?

Matthew Herper
Forbes Staff

Is Mitt Romney A Liability For The Private Equity Industry?

Janet Novack
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Why President Obama is Unlikely to Significantly Improve His Standing Among Male Voters

Earlier today, my good friend, OpinionJournal.com editor James Taranto’s responded to yesterday’s blog post — in which I argued that the only way President Obama can really win this election is by maintaining his strong position among women voters —… Continue reading

What Mitt Romney Must Do to Win

Mitt Romney is now almost certain to win a commanding victory tonight night in the Florida primary – most likely by double digits.
But he has a lot of work to do if he is to be as competitive in…

Resurgent, But Not-Yet Inevitable

Winning Tuesday’s Florida primary –which seems very likely now following back-to-back debate wins in Tampa and Jacksonville–will make Mitt Romney the frontrunner in the GOP field.
A new Quinnipiac Poll released this morning show Mr. Romney now leading Mr. Gingrich…

Four More Years! ….of Gridlock

President Obama’s State of the Union speech last night was an artful demonstration of the politics of demonization, but one that lacked any effort to build consensus, conciliation, or a real plan for the future.
Notwithstanding President Obama’s lofty rhetoric…

The RIGHT Strategy For Romney

With the GOP primary race now wide-open days before the Florida Primary, one thing is certain.
If Mitt Romney hopes to reestablish himself as the inevitable GOP nominee before Florida primary voters head to the polls on the 31st, he…