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Scott Galupo

Guest

Contributor to The American Conservative and TheWeek.com, among other publications; former contributing columnist to US News and World Report; former aide to House Speaker John Boehner and a former reporter for the Washington Times

Scott Galupo on KCRW

Government workers are returning. The United States will continue to pay its bills. The President says there are no winners and that all Americans lost.

Budget Crisis Fallout: What's the Damage?

Government workers are returning. The United States will continue to pay its bills. The President says there are no winners and that all Americans lost.

from To the Point

Establishment Republicans and other political pros think  Mitt Romney  is the most likely candidate to unseat  President Obama  a year from now.

The Republican Race for President: More Unsettled than Ever

Establishment Republicans and other political pros think Mitt Romney is the most likely candidate to unseat President Obama a year from now.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Barack Obama  is in trouble with American voters, but his re-election might well depend on the identity of his GOP challenger.

The Republican Race for President: More Unsettled than Ever

Barack Obama is in trouble with American voters, but his re-election might well depend on the identity of his GOP challenger.

from To the Point

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