Mike Huckabee declared his support for Todd Akin staying in the race against Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill in an email Thursday, Politico's Alexander Burns reports.
Republican leaders have universally condemned Todd Akin, but the conservative ground troops aren't so unified. The backlash to the Akin backlash has two arguments: that he's apologized and must be forgiven, and that his fake science wasn't so bad.
The Republican National Committee announced the headlining speakers for the party's convention in Tampa Monday, and the list does not reflect what's happened in the Republican Party over the last two years.
Have you heard? Today is Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, a stunt invented by Sen. Rick Santorum and Gov. Mike Huckabee, in which Americans eat delicious chicken sandwiches to protest gay marriage or defend free speech (depending on who you ask).
Despite Chick-fil-A's attempts to walk themselves out of the culture war surrounding their president's comments on gay marriage, Rich Santorum, one of 2012's most prominent culture warriors, is boldly entering the fray, stomach first.
Mike Huckabee is looking to provide a nicer alternative - "conservatism with a smile" - to Rush Limbaugh's brash, louder, confrontational radio style. Huckabee will debut a new radio show on Monday that will directly challenge Limbaugh from noon-to-3 p.m., Politico reports.
2012 GOP candidates all want to meet him -- even though he's not conservative or powerful
2011 has been a series of fast-burning media crushes, from Trump to Bachmann
Everyone was there to put on a show
Going from potential candidate to non-candidate is tough to do
Hunting, fried chicken and eating stocks: why Romney isn't hoping for an endorsement
His "spiritual" decision came with a strange cameo by Donald Trump
An email to his inner circle drops tantalizing hints about his 2012 announcement
No one's quite sure what the potential presidential candidate is going to say
Support among Republicans drops sharply as Trump complains he's being "hammered"
Contradicts reports that the cable host had till June to decide if he's running in 2012
As his organizing picks up steam, Fox says it's time to declare if he's running in 2012
Neither will be at the debate tomorrow, but they're looking like candidates
Network is getting nervous as he makes moves toward a presidential bid
The two conservative radio hosts disagree about Michelle Obama's anti-obesity campaign
Former N.M. Gov. Gary Johnson, pro-weed legalization, announced his candidacy
This time he's got a 9-point lead over second-place Mike Huckabee
Argues in a USA Today op-ed: Obama "didn't cause the recession, but he made it worse"
The Tea Party favorite is putting together a campaign team in Iowa
The GOP has become "fanatically anti-spending," and it won't let you forget
She may be engaged, but she's still setting a bad example
Huckabee is following McCain's path toward being the one Republican liberals like
We read the tea leaves: Newt's now waffling, Huckabee's stock took a hit, and no questions about Romney
After 'Kenya' remark, Huckabee just had to keep talking
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