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Richard John Santorum born May 10, is an American attorney, author, politician, and political commentator. A member of the Republican Party , he served as a United States Senator from Pennsylvania from to and was the Senate's third-ranking Republican from to He ran as a candidate for the Republican Party presidential nomination , finishing second to Mitt Romney. Santorum was elected as a United States Senator from Pennsylvania in He served two terms until losing his reelection bid in A Catholic , Santorum is a social conservative who opposes same-sex marriage and artificial birth control.

While serving as a senator, Santorum was the author of what came to be known as the Santorum Amendment , which promoted the teaching of intelligent design. In the years following his departure from the Senate, Santorum worked as a consultant, private-practice lawyer, and news contributor. He ran for the Republican nomination in the U. He exceeded expectations by winning 11 primaries and caucuses and received nearly 4 million votes, making him the runner-up to eventual nominee Mitt Romney by the time he suspended his campaign on April 10, Santorum officially endorsed Romney on May 7, Richard John Santorum was born in Winchester, Virginia.

In West Virginia, his family lived in an apartment provided by the Veterans Administration. He was nicknamed "Rooster", supposedly for both a cowlick strand of hair and an assertive nature, particularly on important political issues.

Santorum attended Pennsylvania State University for his undergraduate studies, serving as chairman of the university's College Republicans chapter and graduating with a BA degree with honors in political science in Katz Graduate School of Business , graduating in Santorum first became actively involved in politics in the s through volunteering for Senator John Heinz , a Republican from Pennsylvania. As an associate, he successfully lobbied on behalf of the World Wrestling Federation to deregulate professional wrestling, arguing that it should be exempt from federal anabolic steroid regulations because it was entertainment, not a sport.

Needing money and political support, he courted GOP activist and major donor Elsie Hillman , [23] the chair of the state Republican Party. House of Representatives to represent Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district , located in the eastern suburbs of Pittsburgh. In , Santorum was one of 17 House Republicans who sided with most Democrats to support legislation that prohibited employers from permanently replacing striking employees.

Santorum served in the United States Senate representing Pennsylvania from to From until , he was the Senate's third-ranking Republican. The theme of Santorum's campaign signs was "Join the Fight! In his reelection bid of , he lost to Democrat Bob Casey, Jr. After his election to the Senate in , Santorum sought to "practice what [he] preached" and hired five people for his staff who were on welfare, food stamps, or other government aid. Santorum was an author and the floor manager of the bill.

Reporters have observed that though Santorum and Specter differed on social policy, Specter provided him with key political staff for his successful run in The National Taxpayers Union , a fiscal conservative organization, gave Santorum an "A-" score for his votes on fiscal issues, meaning that he was one of "the strongest supporters of responsible tax and spending policies" during his tenure, and ranked fifth in the group's rankings out of 50 senators who served at the same time.

Jerrold Nadler D-NY in Although Santorum was in the Senate at the time, he was not a sponsor of the bill when it was introduced in , or when it was reintroduced in and Santorum added to the No Child Left Behind bill a provision that would have provided more freedom to schools in teaching about the origins of life, including the teaching of intelligent design alongside evolution.

Intelligent design supporters in Congress then preserved the language of the Santorum Amendment in the conference committee report of the bill's legislative history. In , Santorum called intelligent design "a legitimate scientific theory that should be taught in science classes", [54] but by he had adopted the Teach the Controversy approach.

What we should be teaching are the problems and holes Santorum introduced the National Weather Service Duties Act of , [60] [61] which aimed to prohibit the National Weather Service from releasing weather data to the public without charge where private-sector entities perform the same function commercially. Santorum is a supporter of the War on Terror and shares the views of neoconservatives and the Bush Doctrine in regard to foreign policy.

He felt the War in Iraq was justified, and, in , declared that weapons of mass destruction WMDs had been found in Iraq. Santorum made the declaration regarding WMDs [68] based in part on declassified portions of the U.

Army Intelligence and Security Command. The specific weapons he referred to were chemical munitions dating back to the Iran—Iraq War that were buried in the early s. The report stated that while agents had degraded to an unknown degree, they remained dangerous and possibly lethal. Santorum has said the war on terror can be won and is optimistic about U. He has defended the treatment of prisoners in Guantanamo Bay , including waterboarding , and stated that John McCain , who opposes the practice, "doesn't understand how enhanced interrogation works.

He similarly criticized President Obama's foreign policy, saying he was "not focused on trying to win the war" in Afghanistan, [75] and said he was against any withdrawal in Iraq in , saying, "We want victory. The Act passed with overwhelming support. Santorum voted against the Lautenberg amendment, which would have closed the loophole that allows companies like Halliburton to do business with Iran through their foreign affiliates.

He said Iran was at the center of "much of the world's conflict" but he was opposed to direct military action against the country in He said his objection was to Gates's support for talking with Iran and Syria , because it would be an error to talk with radical Islamists. Santorum became chairman of the Senate Republican Conference in , the party's third-ranking leadership position in the Senate. He was the youngest member of the Senate leadership and the first Pennsylvanian to hold such a prominent position since Senator Hugh Scott was Republican leader in the s.

He also sat at the candy desk for ten years. In January , Santorum announced his intention to run for Senate Republican Whip , the second-highest post in the Republican caucus after the election , saying he expected the incumbent whip, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky , to run for Senate Republican leader to succeed Bill Frist of Tennessee , who was planning to retire.

Beginning in , Republicans leaders such as Tom DeLay and Grover Norquist initiated an order to place Republicans in lobbying firm jobs, and exclude Democrats.

In addition, the initiative pressured lobbying firms to contribute to Republican campaigns, by withholding access to lawmakers from firms that did not comply. Although some sources indicate that Santorum played a key role [88] [89] in the K Street Project , he has denied any involvement. From my perspective, it's a good government thing.

In , Santorum sought reelection to a third Senate term. His seat was considered among the most vulnerable for Republicans and was a prime target of the Democratic Party in the elections. Bush and Rick Santorum". Bush, and called him a "terrific president", hurting his popularity. Also problematic was Santorum's endorsement of his Republican Senate colleague Arlen Specter over conservative Congressman Pat Toomey in the primary for Pennsylvania's other Senate seat. Many socially and fiscally conservative Republicans considered the endorsement a betrayal of their cause.

Casey was well known for his opposition to abortion, negating one of Santorum's key issues. Reportedly, several of Santorum's supporters had funded and petitioned for Romanelli to siphon away Democrats from Casey. Santorum was mired in controversy and spent much of his time on the campaign defending his past statements and positions. He faced criticism from Casey and others for several statements in his book, It Takes a Family , including his denunciation of s " radical feminism ", which he said had made it "socially affirming to work outside the home" at the expense of child care.

Santorum did not retract his statement and defended his premise that it was "no surprise that the center of the Catholic Church abuse took place in very liberal, or perhaps the nation's most liberal area, Boston. Santorum said he spent "maybe a month a year" at his Pennsylvania home, [] raising allegations of hypocrisy as he had denounced his former opponent Doug Walgren for living away from his House district.

Santorum ran a television ad suggesting that Casey's supporters had been under investigation for various crimes. The negative ad backfired, as The Scranton Times-Tribune found that all but a few of Casey's contributors donated when he was running for other offices, and none were investigated for anything. Toward the end of his campaign, Santorum shifted his theme to the threat of radical Islam.

A heated debate between the candidates occurred on October 11, This was the largest margin of defeat for a sitting senator in the cycle, and the largest margin of defeat for an incumbent senator since Before the election, Santorum was frequently mentioned as a possible presidential candidate.

Such speculation faded when, during the campaign and in light of unimpressive poll numbers in his Senate race, he declared that, if reelected, he would serve a full term. After he lost, Santorum once again ruled out a presidential run. On February 1, , Santorum said he would vote for Mitt Romney in the Republican presidential primary. Santorum later said he endorsed Romney because he saw him as the "best chance to stop John McCain", whom he considered too moderate.

Santorum was mentioned as a candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania in In the fall of , Santorum gave a speech at the University of Dubuque on the economy, fueling speculation that he would run for president in Santorum later recalled, "It got a lot of buzz on the Internet, so I thought, 'Wow, maybe there's some interest'".

He decided to campaign after multiple conversations with his wife, who was not enthusiastic at first. On September 11, , Santorum spoke to Catholic leaders in Orlando, Florida, saying that the presidential elections were going to be "a real opportunity for success. On January 15, , Santorum sent an email and letter to supporters of his political action committee , saying, "I'm convinced that conservatives need a candidate who will not only stand up for our views, but who can articulate a conservative vision for our country's future".

He continued, "And right now, I just don't see anyone stepping up to the plate. I have no great burning desire to be president, but I have a burning desire to have a different president of the United States".

Santorum also mentioned his grandfather's historical encounter with Italian fascism as an inspiration for his presidential campaign. By the weekend before the Iowa caucuses , polls showed him in the top three, along with Romney and Ron Paul. In the closest finish in the history of the Iowa caucuses, the count on the night put Romney as winner by a margin of eight votes, but the final result announced two weeks later showed that Santorum had won by 34 votes.

Following the hospitalization of his daughter Bella and losses in Wisconsin , Maryland , and the District of Columbia , Santorum announced the suspension of his campaign on April 10, , in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Santorum received a primetime speaking slot at the Republican National Convention. I thank God that America still has one party that reaches out their hands in love to lift up all of God's children—born and unborn—and says that each of us has dignity and all of us have the right to live the American Dream. And without you, America is not keeping faith with that dream. We are stewards of a great inheritance.

In November we have a chance to vote for life and liberty, not dependency. A vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will put our country back in the hands of leaders who understand what America can and, for the sake of our children, must be to keep the dream alive.

In October , Santorum published American Patriots: Answering the Call to Freedom , a book that tells the stories of 25 largely unknown heroes of the American Revolution.

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Santorum became chairman of the Senate Republican Conference in , the party's third-ranking leadership position in the Senate.

He was the youngest member of the Senate leadership and the first Pennsylvanian to hold such a prominent position since Senator Hugh Scott was Republican leader in the s. He also sat at the candy desk for ten years.

In January , Santorum announced his intention to run for Senate Republican Whip , the second-highest post in the Republican caucus after the election , saying he expected the incumbent whip, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky , to run for Senate Republican leader to succeed Bill Frist of Tennessee , who was planning to retire.

Beginning in , Republicans leaders such as Tom DeLay and Grover Norquist initiated an order to place Republicans in lobbying firm jobs, and exclude Democrats. In addition, the initiative pressured lobbying firms to contribute to Republican campaigns, by withholding access to lawmakers from firms that did not comply. Although some sources indicate that Santorum played a key role [88] [89] in the K Street Project , he has denied any involvement. From my perspective, it's a good government thing.

In , Santorum sought reelection to a third Senate term. His seat was considered among the most vulnerable for Republicans and was a prime target of the Democratic Party in the elections. Bush and Rick Santorum". Bush, and called him a "terrific president", hurting his popularity. Also problematic was Santorum's endorsement of his Republican Senate colleague Arlen Specter over conservative Congressman Pat Toomey in the primary for Pennsylvania's other Senate seat.

Many socially and fiscally conservative Republicans considered the endorsement a betrayal of their cause. Casey was well known for his opposition to abortion, negating one of Santorum's key issues. Reportedly, several of Santorum's supporters had funded and petitioned for Romanelli to siphon away Democrats from Casey.

Santorum was mired in controversy and spent much of his time on the campaign defending his past statements and positions. He faced criticism from Casey and others for several statements in his book, It Takes a Family , including his denunciation of s " radical feminism ", which he said had made it "socially affirming to work outside the home" at the expense of child care.

Santorum did not retract his statement and defended his premise that it was "no surprise that the center of the Catholic Church abuse took place in very liberal, or perhaps the nation's most liberal area, Boston. Santorum said he spent "maybe a month a year" at his Pennsylvania home, [] raising allegations of hypocrisy as he had denounced his former opponent Doug Walgren for living away from his House district.

Santorum ran a television ad suggesting that Casey's supporters had been under investigation for various crimes. The negative ad backfired, as The Scranton Times-Tribune found that all but a few of Casey's contributors donated when he was running for other offices, and none were investigated for anything. Toward the end of his campaign, Santorum shifted his theme to the threat of radical Islam.

A heated debate between the candidates occurred on October 11, This was the largest margin of defeat for a sitting senator in the cycle, and the largest margin of defeat for an incumbent senator since Before the election, Santorum was frequently mentioned as a possible presidential candidate.

Such speculation faded when, during the campaign and in light of unimpressive poll numbers in his Senate race, he declared that, if reelected, he would serve a full term. After he lost, Santorum once again ruled out a presidential run.

On February 1, , Santorum said he would vote for Mitt Romney in the Republican presidential primary. Santorum later said he endorsed Romney because he saw him as the "best chance to stop John McCain", whom he considered too moderate. Santorum was mentioned as a candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania in In the fall of , Santorum gave a speech at the University of Dubuque on the economy, fueling speculation that he would run for president in Santorum later recalled, "It got a lot of buzz on the Internet, so I thought, 'Wow, maybe there's some interest'".

He decided to campaign after multiple conversations with his wife, who was not enthusiastic at first. On September 11, , Santorum spoke to Catholic leaders in Orlando, Florida, saying that the presidential elections were going to be "a real opportunity for success.

On January 15, , Santorum sent an email and letter to supporters of his political action committee , saying, "I'm convinced that conservatives need a candidate who will not only stand up for our views, but who can articulate a conservative vision for our country's future". He continued, "And right now, I just don't see anyone stepping up to the plate.

I have no great burning desire to be president, but I have a burning desire to have a different president of the United States". Santorum also mentioned his grandfather's historical encounter with Italian fascism as an inspiration for his presidential campaign. By the weekend before the Iowa caucuses , polls showed him in the top three, along with Romney and Ron Paul. In the closest finish in the history of the Iowa caucuses, the count on the night put Romney as winner by a margin of eight votes, but the final result announced two weeks later showed that Santorum had won by 34 votes.

Following the hospitalization of his daughter Bella and losses in Wisconsin , Maryland , and the District of Columbia , Santorum announced the suspension of his campaign on April 10, , in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Santorum received a primetime speaking slot at the Republican National Convention. I thank God that America still has one party that reaches out their hands in love to lift up all of God's children—born and unborn—and says that each of us has dignity and all of us have the right to live the American Dream.

And without you, America is not keeping faith with that dream. We are stewards of a great inheritance. In November we have a chance to vote for life and liberty, not dependency.

A vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will put our country back in the hands of leaders who understand what America can and, for the sake of our children, must be to keep the dream alive. In October , Santorum published American Patriots: Answering the Call to Freedom , a book that tells the stories of 25 largely unknown heroes of the American Revolution.

On December 2, , Santorum joined WorldNetDaily , a far-right website, as a commentator, to publish an exclusive column on the site every Monday. In June , Santorum launched Patriot Voices, a c 4 nonprofit with a mission to "mobilize conservatives around this country who are committed to promoting faith, family, freedom and opportunity" in support of causes and candidates across the country.

Senate candidates Ted Cruz in Texas and Richard Mourdock in Indiana in their respective Republican primaries; both won their hotly contested primaries. Senate candidates and four House candidates.

Although he was raised in a nominally Catholic household, Santorum's faith began to deepen when he met his future wife, Karen. By his account, conversations with her father, Dr. Kenneth Garver, a staunch Catholic and pro-life advocate, solidified his understanding and opposition to abortion. He and his wife have since become increasingly religious. Santorum proudly calls himself a "culture warrior" and "true Christian conservative". In so positioning himself, he has garnered popularity among evangelicals , but his support among Catholics is not as robust.

Santorum has written for Catholic publications and frequently comments on political issues from a religious standpoint.

He has said, "I don't believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute. The First Amendment means the free exercise of religion and that means bringing people and their faith into the public square.

Kennedy , had caused "great harm in America". But who am I to decide that it's not right for somebody else? Santorum has said he values faith over politics and considers politicians' faith significant. He questioned whether Obama truly has a religion, alleging that he may have chosen Christianity as a politically expedient platform for power. In reaction to Pope Francis's encyclical Laudato si' , which acknowledges man-made climate change and calls for swift and unified global policies to phase out fossil fuels, Santorum said in Santorum has consistently held socially conservative views and has advocated " compassionate conservatism ".

In , he was described by the Pennsylvania Report as having a "confrontational, partisan, 'in your face' style of politics and government. I take the bullets," Santorum said. Santorum considered himself pro-choice on abortion throughout his early life, but changed to a pro-life position by when he ran for Congress. In his book It Takes a Family , Santorum advocated a society oriented toward "family values" and centered on monogamous, heterosexual relationships, marriage, and child-raising.

He opposes both same-sex marriage and civil unions , saying the American public and their elected officials should decide on these "incredibly important moral issues" rather than the Supreme Court. During a interview, Santorum expressed opposition to same-sex marriage, said he favors having laws against polygamy , sodomy , and other actions "antithetical to a healthy, stable, traditional family", and likened homosexuality to bestiality.

I stand by that. In , during his bid for the Republican nomination in the upcoming presidential election, Santorum attended a Republican primary debate held two days after the official end of the Clinton-era Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy that effectively banned homosexuals from open service in the United States Armed Forces, and fielded a question from Stephen Snyder-Hill , a gay soldier then serving in Iraq , about the progress made by gay and lesbian soldiers in the military.

Santorum was roundly criticized for not supporting the soldier, and he later asserted he had not heard the booing from the stage. In , Santorum signed an online pledge vowing not to respect any law, including any decision by the United States Supreme Court, conferring legal recognition on same-sex marriage.

As people of faith we pledge obedience to our Creator when the State directly conflicts with higher law. In May , Santorum made a statement that was seen as supportive of Caitlyn Jenner. My responsibility as a human being is to love and accept everybody. Not to criticize people for who they are. Human Rights Campaign , a leading LGBT rights organization in the United States, published a report during Santorum's presidential campaign that vehemently berated him for his comments and statements that were interpreted as homophobic.

Santorum has said he does not believe a "right to privacy" is part of the Constitution. He has been critical of the Supreme Court decision in Griswold v.

Connecticut , which held that the Constitution guaranteed that right and overturned a law prohibiting the sale of contraceptives to married couples. On his official website, Santorum said that the "Obama Administration has turned a blind eye" to pornography , but promised that that "will change under a Santorum Administration. Santorum defended his assertions by saying that "the Obama Department of Justice seems to favor pornographers over children and families", and that the department's failure to prosecute the porn industry "proves his point.

In March , Santorum expressed misgivings about the death penalty in light of wrongly convicted individuals who were sentenced to death. He went on to say, "I agree with the Pope that in the civilized world I would definitely agree with that. I would certainly suggest there probably should be some further limits on what we use it for. In June , Santorum said he would continue to "fight very strongly against libertarian influence within the Republican Party and the conservative movement.

Government should keep our taxes down and keep our regulation low and that we shouldn't get involved in the bedroom, we shouldn't get involved in cultural issues, you know, people should do whatever they want.

Well, that is not how traditional conservatives view the world, and I think most conservatives understand that individuals can't go it alone He supported increased funding for Social Services Block Grants and organizations like Healthy Start and the Children's Aid Society , and financing community health centers. In , Santorum called for more restrictions on family-based immigration after warning of a "flood of legal—not illegal—immigrants to our country", which he blamed for depressing the median income of American workers.

In , Santorum opposed the Senate's immigration reform proposal , saying the U. He has openly stated his opposition to amnesty for illegal immigrants. He supports the construction of a barrier along the U.

He also believes that illegal immigrants should be deported immediately when they commit crimes, and that undocumented immigrants should not receive benefits from the government. He believes English should be established as the national language in the United States.

At the Iowa Freedom Summit, Santorum said the volume of legal immigration into the United States is also too high, and stated that the number of immigrants lawfully entering the country was "affecting American workers" by taking jobs and lowering wages.

Santorum supported partial privatization of Social Security , and following President Bush's reelection , he held forums across Pennsylvania on the topic.

Santorum rejects the scientific opinion on climate change that stresses human causation for global warming , calling it " junk science ". He has said that global warming is a "beautifully concocted scheme" by the political left and "an excuse for more government control of your life.

He has stated a policy of "drill everywhere" for oil and that there is "enough oil, coal and natural gas to last for centuries". Since when in America do we have classes? Since when in America are people stuck in areas or defined places called a class? Call them on it. He is also a defender of gun manufacturers, and voted for the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act Bill S , which prevents civil suits from being brought against gun manufacturers for criminal acts perpetrated with their weapons.

Santorum used cannabis in college, but later said, "Even during that time, I knew that what I was doing was wrong. Representative from Pennsylvania, in each year from through , Santorum received a grade of B, and as U.

Senate tenure, as having a mostly pro- free trade and mostly anti- subsidies voting record. They married in [13] and have seven living children. In , the Santorums' son Gabriel was born prematurely after 20 weeks of pregnancy and died in the hospital two hours later.

Karen wrote that she and Rick slept with the dead infant between them in the hospital that night, then brought him home the following day and introduced him to their other children as "your brother Gabriel". One psychologist interviewed by ABC News said what the Santorums did was encouraged at the time, although no longer recommended; another told the media outlet: There is nothing pathological about it or particularly alarming.

Elizabeth, who was five at the time of Gabriel's death, said she was glad to have seen him, and that he holds a place in her heart. Patrick's Cathedral in New York on November 12, In his free time, Santorum is an avid fantasy baseball player. Santorum has written four books: It Takes a Family: Conservatism and the Common Good ; [] American Patriots: Santorum also wrote a foreword to William A.

Dembski 's Darwin's Nemesis: In It Takes a Family , Santorum argues that the traditional family is the foundation of society. Santorum criticizes alike laissez-faire conservatives and liberal proponents of social welfare for promoting a radical view of autonomy.

In particular, he criticizes the "bigs" — "big government, big media, big entertainment, big universities. American Patriots tells stories of lesser-known Americans from the American Revolution. Santorum writes, "Most Americans know something about our Founding Fathers and their role in creating the government of the United States.

However, most know little about the day-to-day battles fought by Americans of all backgrounds that paved the way for the high ideals of our founders to be put into practice. That threat does not come from an alien force but from those who are willing and determined to abandon the concept of God-given rights.

Like the royalty during the Revolution, today's elites wish to return to the pre-Revolutionary paradigm in which they, through governmental force, allocate rights and responsibilities. Blue Collar Conservatives departs from traditional Republican orthodoxy [] and says that the Republican Party must to appeal to blue collar Americans.

He says, "As many as six million blue collar voters stayed home from the polls, and there's good reason to believe that a large majority of them would have voted Republican if they had voted. In January , Santorum announced Bella's Gift: The book is authored by Santorum and his wife, Karen Santorum, and co-authored by their daughter, Elizabeth Santorum.

It was released February 10, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Santorum disambiguation. National Weather Service Duties Act of United States Senate election in Pennsylvania, Rick Santorum presidential campaign, Rick Santorum's views on homosexuality.

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