Fourth straight win in a row.
We watched 50-something hours of debates, so you don't have to.
The highs and lows of a night that will live in our hearts forever.
Everybody take a seat.
They ponied up $500,000 each just last month.
When is a win not a win?
Loses to Romney by 194 votes.
What was it about this time?
And early caucus results seem to be bearing that out.
Mitt Romney probably won't put him in charge of his newsletter.
Step one: Stay mad.
Ron Paul challenged the group to a 25-mile bike ride!
Plus, those two other guys!
The participants came off more like a sober think-tank panel than a pack of crazed, fearmongering gladiators.
Pressed by Brian Williams, Paul commented about Gingrich as a nominee.
Paul got thumbs-up from Tom Davis.
He's pretty big, but he's not really sure whether or not he qualifies as a giant.
Perry was in a Palmetto State of Mind, Newt Gingrich was channeling Reagan, and Jon Huntsman talked about ... you guessed it! China!