CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Mitt Romney said Wednesday that he would represent “100%” of Americans, striving to dampen a controversy that has dogged him since Monday, when video surfaced of him saying nearly half the nation’s voters were dependent on the government and would never support him because he would not be able to convince them to take responsibility for their lives.

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    Romney represents the GOP's old guard as younger Republicans such as Marco Rubio and Rand Paul are in spotlight at conservative event... The event known as CPAC often shines the spotlight on the up-and-comers of the Republican Party and is a critical proving ground for presidential hopefuls. More
  • The Man Who Shot Infamous "47%" Video of Mitt Romney to Reveal His Identity
    James Carter, the grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, may have been the one to make the video of Mitt Romney's damning remarks about the "47 percent" in the run-up to the presidential election last year go mainstream, but the man who actually shot the video has remained a mystery, until now. More
  • Romney breaks post-election silence with Fox News
    For the first time since losing the White House to President Obama, Mitt Romney sat down for a TV interview that airs on Sunday. "We were on a roller coaster, exciting and thrilling, ups and downs," Romney told Fox News, in an excerpt released Thursday night. More
  • Electoral College count affirms Obama's win
    It's official. A tally of the Electoral College vote affirms President Barack Obama's re-election.... More
  • Voter turnout higher in swing states than elsewhere
    Here's one more way swing states stand out: Their citizens are more likely to vote. That may not be surprising given, in this year's presidential campaign, the battleground states were deluged by TV ads and targeted for sophisticated get-out-the-vote operations. More
  • What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About #MeToo
    15 Given the timing of its debut, the “She said” cascade could be read narrowly to represent Harvey Weinstein’s accusers and the Times’ role in his fall. It is now accepted fact that Weinstein is a violent criminal. He may be, but in actual fact we ...
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  • American History for Truthdiggers: Were the Colonists Patriots or Insurgents?
    What motivated them to seek open conflict with a powerful empire? How pure were their motives? Did they even represent a majority of colonists? And what of their tactics—did the ends justify the means? Only a fresh, comprehensive examination of this ...
    03/17/2018 - 2:36 pm | View Link
  • He threatened to kill himself. So the police took his guns.
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    03/17/2018 - 1:31 pm | View Link
  • Weird and Pissed Off: Field Notes on John Carpenter’s First Fifteen Years
    And yet how better, in 1988, to represent the world? This wry humor, often favoring the ridiculous, appears in most of his films, and animates several of them. It is nearly always directed at its own use of trope, not so much a counteracting of the ...
    03/17/2018 - 5:32 am | View Link
  • Utah GOP chairman takes a jab at Romney's ability to represent the state
    In an unusual move, the chairman of the Utah Republican party on Wednesday took a jab at Mitt Romney Willard (Mitt) Mitt Romney What sort of senator will Mitt Romney be? Not a backbencher, even day one Trump endorses Romney in Utah Senate race Obama ...
    02/14/2018 - 1:18 am | View Link
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  • Hatch retirement opens door for Mitt Romney
    Rachel Maddow reports on how the announcement of the retirement of Orrin Hatch enables Mitt Romney to run to represent Utah in the Senate.
    03/16/2018 - 2:21 am | View Website
  • Mitt Romney's life, career, and rise to a possible Senate ...
    Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, 71, is running for the US Senate seat in Utah. Here's a look back at his life and career in politics.
    03/15/2018 - 2:51 am | View Website
  • Political positions of Mitt Romney
    The political positions of Mitt Romney have been recorded from his 1994 U.S. senatorial campaign, the 2002 gubernatorial election, during his 2003–2007 governorship ...
    03/12/2018 - 6:36 am | View Website
  • Utah GOP chairman takes a jab at Romney's ability to ...
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    02/14/2018 - 9:13 am | View Website
  • ‘Mitt-ism’ vs. ‘Trumpism’: Romney’s return to national ...
    Mitt Romney’s comeback on the national stage, through the byway of his probable bid for the Senate in Utah, has prompted a sharp debate among Republicans over ...
    01/10/2018 - 8:36 am | View Website
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