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EXCLUSIVE: TIME Guide to Official 2016 Republican Nomination Calendar

The 2016 Republican presidential race may turn into the most grueling campaign in two generations thanks to a series of rules and calendar changes instituted by the party in recent years. 1,531 more words

Going public on leadership

There came a moment in the Labour Party leadership campaign where some of the candidates proposed opening the voting to the public. Most people scoffed at the idea, but perhaps it was not so farfetched. 663 more words

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What Is The Rand Paul 'Caucus' Situation?

According to Politico, U.S. Senator Rand Paul is trying to convince his state’s central GOP committee to change Kentucky’s presidential “primary” voting system to a “caucus” system instead. 281 more words


Rick Santorum Upset At Fox News Debate Process

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Rick Santorum recently announced that he would be running for President under the GOP ticket.  Recently, Fox News announced that its Republican presidential primary debate in August would include only the 10 candidates polling the highest in national surveys. 207 more words


JEFF JACOBY: Gender is no credential for the White House

Boston Globe — REPUBLICAN CARLY Fiorina announced her candidacy for president this week, making her the second woman to join the 2016 race — the other, of course, being Democrat Hillary Clinton. 105 more words


Fazul Rahim and Alexander Smith: ISIS-Linked Fighters Tighten Grip in Afghanistan, Outmatch Taliban Brutality

NBC News —KABUL, Afghanistan — Foreign militants fighting under the black flag of ISIS are conquering territory in northern Afghanistan, terrorizing residents and outmatching the Taliban’s brutality, villagers and local officials told NBC News. 73 more words


How the Establishment Dominates GOP Presidential Nominating Contests

Typical analysis of Presidential nominating contests focus on the early Caucus states of Iowa and Nevada and primary states of New Hampshire and South Carolina.  But rarely have few candidates succeeded in all of the the states or even three out of four and gone onto being a party’s nominee. 476 more words