On this day, Trunkline 2012 delivers to you a dose of suspense involving Herman Cain’s campaign and his personal life, Palin’s wink and nod to Rick Santorum, the case for Newt, questions about Ron Paul and antisemitism, a poll question, the final calendar dates for the Republican presidential primaries and caucuses, and much more.
- Wife’s verdict awaits Cain as he admits ‘friend’ was a secret
- Sarah Palin predicts Rick Santorum’s rise in Iowa
- Rare day in Iowa with no candidates campaigning
- Newt needs Cain to stay in the race
- PerryScope: Governor heading to New Hampshire this week
- Donald Trump to moderate GOP debate
- Huntsman to skip Iowa debate
- The case for Newt Gingrich
- Is Ron Paul an anti-Semite
- Conservative opinionmakers rally around Romney
- The Republican presidential primary and caucus calendar
- Which Republican presidential candidate is most capable of beating President Obama in the presidential debates?
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