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Normal people don’t just wake up in the morning and say I think it’d be a good idea to run for president of the United States. 7 more words

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Gov. Jon Huntsman: I could get behind Donald Trump

Former Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman said Monday that he would be inclined to support Donald Trump if the controversial real estate mogul secures the GOP nomination. 489 more words

News

If we can’t find cuts in the defense budget, we’re not looking carefully enough. - Jon...

If we can’t find cuts in the defense budget, we’re not looking carefully enough. – Jon Huntsman, Jr. http://dlvr.it/KJR9DN

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Here's Why Joe Lieberman, Jon Huntsman Have Labeled Donald Trump A Bipartisan 'Problem-Solver'

No Labels, the non-partisan advocacy group spearheaded by former presidential hopefuls Sen. Joe Lieberman and Gov. Jon Huntsman, have announced a roster of six presidential candidates who have agreed to its “Problem Solver Promise.” The group includes one Democrat, distant-third placer Martin O’Malley, and five Republicans — Ben Carson, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Rand Paul, and, perhaps most surprising of all, Donald Trump. 521 more words

Leadership

Jon Huntsman Sr. Returns to Private Equity with Rocket Fuel Deal

Huntsman Family Investments has gotten into the rocket fuel business, by agreeing to acquire the specialty chemicals division of American Pacific Corp. from private equity firm H.I.G. 247 more words

Finance

John Kasich Can't Win

Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) can’t win the GOP primary. He’s just too damn reasonable.

Kasich’s failing presidential bid epitomizes the plight of the moderate Republican. With the bitter partisan divide in Washington, bipartisanship has become a dirty word. 562 more words

Republicans

What's with the Tea Party?

David Brooks has one of the best columns he’s ever written in today’s New York Times, chastising the Republican extremists for destroying the party, debasing conservatism, and ignoring the principles that democracy is founded on.   500 more words

Politics