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PolitiFact's Adair Discusses Accuracy Of Romney Film

The pro-Gingrich superPAC Winning Our Future has distributed a 29-minute film about former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's time at the private-equity firm Bain Capital. Melissa Block talks with Bill Adair of the fact-checking website PolitiFact.com about the film, called King of Bain: When Mitt Romney Came to Town.
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Gingrich Asks SuperPAC To Correct Or Pull 'King Of Bain' Romney Movie, Ads

Barely a day has gone by without Newt Gingrich complaining about the inaccuracy of ads run against him by a superPAC supporting Mitt Romney. Now that an anti-Mitt Romney film bought by a pro-Gingrich superPAC has been criticized for inaccuracies, Gingrich asked that they be fixed or taken down entirely.
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Candidates Focus On S.C. And Florida; Evangelical Leaders Gather In Texas

Most of the campaigning today is in South Carolina, which holds the nation's next primary a week from Saturday.
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When Did 'Kumbaya' Become Such A Bad Thing?

The soulful folk song, born in the low country of South Carolina, has migrated from representing strength and power in togetherness to reflecting weakness and wimpiness. Somehow, it's morphed into a cynical code word.
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New Mitt Romney Ad Defends His Bain Capital Career

Mitt Romney's campaign has a new TV ad meant to counter attacks on his career at private-equity firm Bain Capital, using the same defense it has ever since his rivals for the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination started taking populist jabs at him.
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Obama Government-Streamlining Offer Creates GOP Dilemma

Maybe even if it weren't a general-election year, President Obama would still be proposing that Congress give him the power to merge federal agencies to make the government smaller and more efficient. But it is an election year and the president's proposal gives him a way to counter GOP charges that he's a big-government Democrat.
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Stephen Colbert's Big News: He May Run For President Of South Carolina

He's also given Comedy Central's Jon Stewart control of his SuperPAC. What high jinks will they get up to?

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