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One of the issues addressed: The so-called "Mitt Romney loophole."
They fare much better than Christie and Perry in a survey of would-be contenders.
"Would it kill Republicans to crack a joke?" he asks at a tea party gathering.
Will a nasty fight over the Keystone bill in the Senate shut down efforts to get a more ambitious energy package?
His barb seems aimed at establishment figures such as Bush and Romney.
He will propose a bank tax that would impose a fee on firms with assets exceeding $50 billion.
Coming together on big reform proves elusive.
The shots were fired from a vehicle Saturday night, but the Bidens were not home.
The South Carolina Republican says he has set up a "testing-the-waters committee."
He says more cash is essential to overcoming his 2008 downfall.
Members of both parties say they are prepared to impose new penalties.
"I didn't come here to be speaker of the House," says the star of the anti-Boehner rebellion.
Some say a business-savvy woman would be a welcome addition to the Republican field.
Some likely candidates are altering the traditional pre-presidential book.
Former Obama campaign aides mock their 2012 opponent's new anti-poverty crusade.