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Mitt into the Lions Den at CPAC
Mitt Romney is headed into the conservative lion's den just as concerns about his appeal to the Republican Party's right flank are reaching a fever pitch.
Romney's address on Friday before the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) comes days after a triple-whammy defeat by Rick Santorum, a self-described "conservative firebrand" who speaks fluently the language of the GOP's evangelical base.
New Test for Romney to Inspire GOP
If Romney devotes most of his energies to keeping Gingrich down and leveling Santorum at the same time, he will simultaneously suck whatever life is left out of the Republican primary season in an effort simply to drag himself across the finish line.
While negativity is politically useful, it is also demoralizing unless it is accompanied - and to some extent overshadowed - by elevated and inspiring ideas about the American future.
20% of GOP lean to OBAMA? HUH
In every case except the match-up against Ron Paul, more than 20 percent of Republican voters said they are more likely to support Obama than the Republican challenger. And Ron Paul is close, as 19 percent of Republicans said they are more likely to support Obama than Paul.
Cornyn targeting Obamacare Mandate
"This is just the latest intrusion here in individual religious liberty that represents what we believe is an unacceptable growth in the size and scope of the federal government, most clearly evidenced by the President's health care bill, the so-called Affordable Care Act, which limits the liberties and choices that Americans get to make in their lives.
Bachmann: Santorum win a shot across the bow
"I think what we saw is that the voters haven't made up their mind yet on who the Republican nominee should be," Bachmann said. "But really the biggest signal that was sent is that Barack Obama is in big trouble."
Obama bundlers gone wild
Moreover, "at least 68 of 350 Obama bundlers for the 2012 election or their spouses have served in the administration in some capacity; at least 250 of the bundlers visited the White House, and another 30 have ties to companies that conduct business with federal agencies or hope to do so in the future," according to a recent iWatch News report.
Fast and Furious: Mexico making arrests
While Attorney General Eric Holder continues to "stonewall," as Congressman Issa (R-CA) describes it, and make excuses concerning Operation Fast and Furious, the Mexican Government is making arrests. According to the LA Times, over the weekend Mexican authorities arrested Jose Antonia Torres Marrufo, "a reputed enforcer for the country's most powerful drug cartel - a man also alleged to have amassed weapons from the U.S. government's failed Fast and Furious gun-smuggling operation."
Reviewing Military Options on Syria
Syria War Drums