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3 hrs ago | Slate
It was an invite-only press conference for Mike Huckabee, the once and possibly future presidential candidate.
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5 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
This Aug. 3, 2009 file-pool photo shows then-Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin riding a horse while traveling in the mountains of the Siberian Tyva region of Russia, during his vacation.
5 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
Foster Friess, the wealthy conservative businessman who became a political fixture after funding former Sen. Rick Santorum's presidential campaign in 2012, says he wants the Pennsylvania Republican to run again.
6 hrs ago | Breitbart.com
Breitbart News will be providing live updates on the second day of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday.
7 hrs ago | National Review Online
Mike Huckabee knows many things, and he shared a long list from behind the podium at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday.
12 hrs ago | The Hill
A trio of familiar faces that will take the stage Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference, hoping the second time's a charm for their presidential ambitions.
Clockwise, from top left: Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Rick Perry, Wayne LaPierre.
The Washington Examiner reports that Mike Huckabee has signed a book deal with St. Martin's Press for a book, "God, Guns, Grits and Gravy."
The Washington Post reports that Bill Gotthard, leader of a conservative Christian institute, had been placed on administrative leave after allegations of sexual harassment of women in the ministry and failure to report child abuse.
Two-thirds of Americans in the latest ABC News/ Washington Post poll say they'd consider supporting Hillary Clinton for president, far more than the current take-a-look numbers for a range of potential Republican candidates some of them less popular, others just less known.
I mean to write earlier about a mammoth piece by Henry Olsen in the March-April issue of the National Interest that seeks to make some predictions about the 2016 GOP presidential nominating contest by way of a new typology of the GOP rank-and-file.
Short answer? Nobody knows at this stage. Not even former Gov. Mike Huckabee. Well, maybe he knows at some unconscious level.
Bill Gothard, an Illinois-based advocate for home-schooling and conservative dress and who also warned against rock music and debt, has been placed on administrative leave after allegations of sexually harassing women who worked at his ministry and failing to report child abuse cases.