Voters deserve convention substance as part of the script.
The Republicans' soon-to-be nominee for vice president is supposed to be delivering a message about jobs and the economy, but he's finding he cannot escape his longtime House colleague, now a national pariah for his exotic views on rape.
If he doesn't glad-hand the donors, Romney's edge might come into play.
He's orchestrating the campaign to amend Minnesota's Constitution to ban same-sex marriage.
Congress is no place for a representative who calls some rapes “legitimate,” nor a man who ignorantly claims that female body has ways to prevent pregnancy from rape.
In the U.S., not all Mormons look like members of the Romney family. Still, the church hasn't quite reconciled with its racist past.
The IP isn't fielding potential spoiler candidates in races for Congress.
He landed a plum speaking role at this month's Republican National Convention in Tampa .
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