How Santorum gets Apple to move from China to Charleston

By Philip Elmer-DeWitt January 20, 2012: 11:37 PM ET "Let's talk about something: Apple Computer is a breathtakingly important American company. It's one of the most respected companies in the country. I carry Apple products to do my work every day.
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Four GOP candidates fail to make Virginia primary ballot, judge rules
The names of Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich will not appear on the Virginia primary ballot. A federal judge on Friday ruled against four Republican presidential candidates seeking a spot on Virginia's March 6 primary ballot, …
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Jamie Johnson, Rick Santorum Staffer, Criticized By Bachmann Campaign For
A staffer to Rick Santorum is roiled in controversy as the Des Moines Register revealed parts of an email he wrote last summer questioning whether a woman could be president. "The question then comes, 'Is it God's highest desire, that is, …
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Rick Santorum: I might win Iowa caucuses recount
GREENVILLE, SC โ€” Rick Santorum says the Iowa caucuses may not be over yet. Eleven days after he was declared a very narrow second place finisher โ€” behind Mitt Romney by just eight votes โ€” the former Pennsylvania senator predicted Saturday at a town …
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Rick Santorum attacks former pal Newt Gingrich

Rick Santorum attacks former pal Newt Gingrich
Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania. Santorum had largely avoided political attacks against Gingrich, whom he once considered a political mentor. But on Friday, the glove came off as Santorum took the former House speaker to task for being insufficiently …
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Rick Santorum rejuvenates campaign in South Carolina
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is looking to rejuvenate is family first campaign approach in South Carolina, and briefly weighed in on the Newt Gingrich lead Bain Capital attacks against Mitt Romney on Thursday. …
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