Jennifer Rubin

Writes for the conservative blog, “Right Turn” for The Washington Post

Jennifer Rubin appears in the following:

Vice President Santorum? A Look Ahead to the Republican Pick for V.P.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Coming up... a conversation beyond the bid for the Republican presidential nomination. Who will be running as the Republican's VP in 2012? Ron Christie and Jennifer Rubin join The Takeaway.


Conservative Roundtable: CPAC Look-Back

Monday, February 13, 2012

Karol Markowicz, conservative blogger for WNYC's It's A Free Country, Jennifer Rubin, "Right Turn" blogger for The Washington Post and Brian Darling, senior fellow for government studies at the Heritage Foundation discuss the CPAC convention this past weekend, the 2012 election and the state of the Republican Party.

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Florida After the Primary

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Patchwork Nation director, Dante Chinni, analyzes how the Florida primary vote broke down by demographics. We're also joined by Jennifer Rubin, "Right Turn" blogger for the Washington Post, to discuss the state of the Republican party now that Mitt Romney has been declared the victor in the Florida primary.   

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Countdown to Florida: The Last Debate

Friday, January 27, 2012

Jennifer Rubin, blogger at "Right Turn" for the Washington Post, talks about last night's combative GOP debate in Jacksonville ahead of the Florida primary. 

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Newt Gingrich Receives New Hampshire Newspaper's Endorsement

Monday, November 28, 2011

The Republican candidates for the presidential nomination have been going through something of a public juggling act, with only Mitt Romney maintaining his place at the top of the field. The latest candidate to emerge as a front runner is Newt Gingrich, who received an endorsement from the New Hampshire Union Leader this past weekend.

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Rep. John Boehner to Take Gavel as House Speaker

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

With the 112th Congress starting this week, Ohio's Rep. John Boehner is set to take his seat as the new Speaker of the House. What kind of Speaker he'll be remains to be seen. Will he follow in the steps of Newt Gingrich, who became Speaker when Republicans took control of the House back in 1994?

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