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It's just a matter of time until the United States gives gay Americans all the rights they are entitled to as citizens
Newt Gingrich and South Carolina are cut from the same trouble-making cloth.
It could take days or weeks before write-in ballots are counted, but the Alaska Republican is hopeful.
Republicans need to show that this time they mean it when they talk about limited government.
Would former Klansman Robert Byrd be as fondly remembered if he had been a Republican?
Robert C. Byrd was the longest serving member of the U.S. Senate.
The Senate's No. 2 Republican will retire at the end of the year. Sen. Trent Lott, the minority whip, will resign to pursue "other opportunities." He was elected to his fourth term in 2006 and became whip, considered redemption for having to step down as the party's majority leader after making comments commending Sen. Strom Thurmond. His remarks made it look as though Lott supported Thurmond's previous pro-segregation policies.