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A Faith-Based President
"I´m not after the votes . . . I am here (in the Oval Office) . . . sharing concerns because someday I´m going to stand before God, and I want to hear him say, "Well done!" I hope that´s why we´re all here." --George W. Bush
American History According to Ward Churchill - A Satire
This satire pokes fun at Ward Churchill´s gross revisionist writings.
Bob McDonnell - Governor-Elect of Virginia
On November 3, 2009, the Republican candidate, Bob McDonnell, was elected 71st governor of Virginia. He will be inaugurated on January 16, 2010. He ran on a platform of more new jobs and better opportunities for Virginians.
Breaking Knee Caps and Spit - Ward Churchill as Victim
Ward Churchill is the vicitm of a poor education; he confuses childish language and a boorish attitude with erudition and strength.
Chris Christie - Governor-Elect of New Jersey
In 2005, incumbent Jon Corzine, said of Christie, "I have supported Chris Christie as being our U.S. attorney. . . . There have been as many Republicans as Democrats who have been brought to justice because of Chris Christie. I think he's doing a great job."
Congressman Ron Paul
In 1988, Ron Paul sought the presidency running on the Libertarian ticket. The ten-term congressman now is seeking the nomination of the Republican Party for president in the 2008 election.
Eisenhower's presidency and politics
President Eisenhower was an accomplished war hero and general before becoming president. That background makes for a very different president and presidency.
Fred Dalton Thompson
Will Arthur Branch go from the District Attorney´s office to the Oval Office? A strong movement to draft Fred Thompson seems to be working. It is expected that Thompson will soon announce his intentions to seek the Republican nomination for president in 2008.
Mitch Daniels Governor of Indiana
Who is this motorcycle-riding governor? Mitch Daniels has turned Indiana into the "go-to" state for business and jobs. What is he doing right?
Rep. Joseph Rainey - First Black Congressman
In 2005 for the first time, a black congressman's portrait was put on display at the Capitol. Speaker Dennis Hastert said of Rep. Rainey, "Just as he dedicated his life to creating a color blind society, so should we dedicate this portrait in the halls of Congress to celebrate his contributions."
Republican Party chairman Michael Steele
Michael Steele has been the chairman of the Republican Party since 2009. How did he get the job and what has he accomplished?
Senator John McCain Republican Party Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Republican Party Site Map
Senator McCain announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination for president early in 2007, and he has consistently been a frontrunner. But now Rudy Giuliani and the as yet unannounced contender Fred Thompson are giving McCain some serious competition.
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