01/11/2012  Romney: Questions about Wall Street and inequality are driven by `envy’  By Greg Sargent

01/11/2012 Romney: Questions about Wall Street and inequality are driven by `envy’ By Greg Sargent

'Disgrace': Donald Trump rips national Republican Party after getting booed at debate

'Disgrace': Donald Trump rips national Republican Party after getting booed at debate

1. Michael Steele   Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action com1. Michael Steele   Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action committee. He made a name for himself when he became the first African-American chairman of the Republican National Committee. He was also  the first African-American to be chair of any…

1. Michael Steele Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action com1. Michael Steele Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action committee. He made a name for himself when he became the first African-American chairman of the Republican National Committee. He was also the first African-American to be chair of any…

Property magnate Donald Trump fired a warning shot at the national Republican Party on Monday...

Property magnate Donald Trump fired a warning shot at the national Republican Party on Monday...

Explore Kentucky Heritage towns: Birthplace of Abe Lincoln, pre-Rev war forts, Daniel Boone home, etc.

Explore Kentucky Heritage towns: Birthplace of Abe Lincoln, pre-Rev war forts, Daniel Boone home, etc.

WASHINGTON -- New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie slammed the national Republican Party Monday night, telling a group of CEOs that the GOP's electoral woes stem from "bad decision-making and a loss of courage."

WASHINGTON -- New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie slammed the national Republican Party Monday night, telling a group of CEOs that the GOP's electoral woes stem from "bad decision-making and a loss of courage."

The money will be doled out by a network of 17 organizations funded by industrialists Charles and David Koch, who have become a major force in conservative politics in recent years, and other wealthy donors. The network raised $407 million for the 2012 campaign.  During the 2012 election cycle, the national Republican Party collectively spent about $675 million, according to election data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics.  .

The money will be doled out by a network of 17 organizations funded by industrialists Charles and David Koch, who have become a major force in conservative politics in recent years, and other wealthy donors. The network raised $407 million for the 2012 campaign. During the 2012 election cycle, the national Republican Party collectively spent about $675 million, according to election data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics. .

As disbelief and recrimination descend into stasis and filibuster, the national Republican party may seek the comfort of less-recent history. Two new books provide it.

As disbelief and recrimination descend into stasis and filibuster, the national Republican party may seek the comfort of less-recent history. Two new books provide it.

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