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Four Things Romney Needs to Say and Do Now

Four Things Romney Needs to Say and Do Now

TAMPA–The pundits are weighing in on how GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will have to give the Speech of His Life Thursday night when he accepts his party’s nomination for president. They talk as if he’s actually way behind in … More…

Santorum Campaigns in Hollis NH January 2012

Another Rick Bites the Dust

Former Senator Rick Santorum was always an unlikely presidential candidate.

Although once a member of the Republican leadership in the US Senate, he was nobody’s idea of a top-tier contender. Known mainly for his embarrassing role in the disgraceful Terry … More…

Rush Limbaught

Limbaugh Brouhaha Slams GOP

The media are all agog over the controversy involving Rush Limbaugh’s insulting comments about Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke.

The conservative shock jock has apologized twice for calling the young woman vile names (which I won’t repeat here) because … More…

Rick Santorum Campaigns in Hollis NH in January 2012

Romney Reels as Santorum Soars Again

Tuesday night… More…

Richard Viguerie ConservativeHQ

The Right Closes Ranks Against Romney

CONCORD, NH–This may be the moment conservatives have been waiting for. Finally a candidate has emerged that they can get behind as an alternative to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, whose well-oiled machine has him steaming steadily towards the Republican … More…

Former Sen. Rick Santorum

Santorum the Rising Star

Who would have thunk it? Rick Santorum?

The former US senator from Pennsylvania, who lost his bid for a third term by 18 percentage points in 2006, has now returned looking for a big promotion–as president of the United States.… More…

Rick Santorum on eve of Iowa caucus

It’s Time to End the Iowa Caucuses

There’s been lots of grumbling in the media lately about the Iowa caucuses and the supposedly disproportionate role they play in the process of electing a president.

Because of their strange format, a small number of motivated activists in both … More…

CNBC Presidential Debate

This GOP Field May Be the Worst Ever

Wednesday’s Republican presidential debate was probably the most informative so far, largely because of the probing questions asked by CNBC’s anchors, Maria Bartiromo and John Harwood, and reporters. They clearly knew more about the economy than the candidates did.

But … More…

Texas Gov. Rick Perry

Is Rick Perry Too Extreme for Independents?

Two new polls on Wednesday put Texas Gov. Rick Perry comfortably in the lead for the GOP presidential nomination among Republican voters. His margin over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the former front runner, was a cushy 12 or 13 … More…