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GOP Hopefuls Lock Horns, Slam Obama in Iowa

GOP Hopefuls Lock Horns, Slam Obama in Iowa

New Showdown Looms as House Shuns Payroll Bill

New Showdown Looms as House Shuns Payroll Bill

Joe the Plumber Competes for Congress

“Joe the Plumber” – the middle class guy who took the spotlight during the 2008 election – is at...

Author: How Social Issues Impact the Economy

The top concerns in this election year have been the economy, jobs, and government spending. But one top Republican...

Social Media Café: The Gingrich Gas Goal

Newt Gingrich has a new campaign pitch – lower gas prices, but is the “Newt = $2.50” effort enough...

Social Media Café: Sarah Palin vs. Mitt Romney

Former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin may not be running for the White House this year,...

Social Media Café: Newt Goes to the Moon

This election season has had its share of interesting campaign ideas. But the latest pitch by former House...

Social Media Café: U.S. President or American Idol?

First President Obama, now Mitt Romney. It seems like everyone is singing to voters these days. Are...

RELIGION VIDEO

An online teaching video about Jesus Christ and religion goes viral. It's called: "Why I hate religion, but...

Fed Up! Gov. Perry's Crusade to Rein in Washington

Texas Gov. Rick Perry believes what ails America isn't the fault of its citizens, but the government.

The Tea Party & Social Issues

Tea Party Express Chairman, Amy Kremer, discusses why the Tea Party, on a national stage, stays away from the...

Meltdown: Zimbabwe Back from the Precipice?

Prime Minister Morgan Richard Tsvangirai tells about the efforts to bring his country back from the brink of destruction.

Higher Calling? Tea Party's Angle Takes on Reid

GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle is an underdog trying to defeat the powerful Senate Majority Leader Reid.

A Moral Debate: Why Capitalism is Best for America

Economic and public policy expert Arthur C. Brooks says it's time to change how people see economics.

Texas Textbook Debate Could Have National Impact

Approximately five million of the state's school children will be affected by changes in the social studies curriculum.

Black Conservatives: The New Face of the GOP

Republicans promises a strong effort to take back the majority, and they're attracting candidates who are already making history.

Fernando Arau y Carlos Baerga - Parte 2

Fernando Arau y Carlos Baerga - Parte 2

Fernando Arau y Carlos Baerga - Parte 1

Fernando Arau y Carlos Baerga - Parte 1