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  • Castro Move to HUD Sets Up Possible VP Selection in 2016

    Julian Castro is getting a seat in President Barack Obama’s cabinet. Democrats are getting much more, including a potential 2016 candidate for vice president.

  • Paul Ryan Is No Jack Kemp

    Mitt Romney’s running mate, Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, is a self-styled disciple of the late Jack Kemp, the buoyant conservative Republican who played a major role in shaping the political agenda in the last quarter of the 20th century.

  • Immigration Survives Recess as Pressure on Ryan Fizzles

    Paul Ryan is under pressure to drop his support for revising U.S. immigration laws: His adversaries are running television attack ads against him and warning of a primary challenge to the Wisconsin Republican congressman.

  • Norquist Says Ryan Would Take on Cheney Role (Transcript)

    Anti-tax advocate Grover Norquist said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital With Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan would influence economic and tax policy if Mitt Romney wins the White House much the way former Vice President Dick Cheney helped guide national security matters during George W. Bush’s administration.

  • Buyout Baron Sam Byrne Revives Exclusive Yellowstone Club

    Sam Byrne and Billy Collins had Pioneer Mountain at the Yellowstone Club to themselves, as usual. They were belting down the freshly groomed corduroy, carving fast, giant-slalom turns last year when--bam!--they collided, hard.

  • Soccer Beats Baseball Thanks to Young Electronic Arts’ FIFA Fans

    Shortly after the U.S. was chosen to host the 1994 World Cup, former Republican Representative Jack Kemp of New York felt compelled to address the matter on the floor of Congress.

  • Obama Anti-Poverty Theme Trickles Down as Republicans Grab Issue

    President Barack Obama has taken control of the economic debate.

  • Dallas Cowboys Swagger, Victor Cruz Dances: Sports Books

    Marty Schottenheimer grew up in a coal town outside Pittsburgh with one stop light. He, his grandparents, aunt, uncle and three siblings crowded into one house.

  • History Won’t Help Pick Romney’s Running Mate

    The media is rife with speculation about Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, Susana Martinez, Bob McDonnell or Rob Portman, as possible running mates for Mitt Romney.

  • Republicans’ Job-Growth Supply-Side Time Warp: Ramesh Ponnuru

    Republicans are trying to change the subject from deficits and entitlements to the economy and jobs. In recent weeks, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Senator Rob Portman have each introduced jobs plans. This new focus is in part a reaction to polls saying that the Republican Medicare plan is unpopular and that the weak economy remains voters’ top concern.

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