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Rupert Murdoch speaks at Davos in 2009.

GOP Honchos Read Romney the Riot Act

Just a few weeks ago, President Obama’s re-election campaign appeared to be foundering. Now it’s Mitt Romney’s turn.

Since the Supreme Court’s recent decisions on immigration and health care reform, the future Republican presidential nominee has been reeling.

The … More…

Obama Health Care Speech

Obama Had a Good Week in Court

President Obama and his re-election team must have started the week with great trepidation as the Supreme Court prepared to release decisions on immigration and health care reform, his signature domestic program.

But the president won two big victories at … More…

President Obama meets Euro Zone leaders at G20 summit in Mexico

It Could Be a Long, Hot Summer for Obama

President Obama has caught a couple of breaks after a bad few weeks in which he lost ground to Republican opponent Mitt Romney.

Last Friday, the president announced a new immigration policy that would accomplish some of the same things … More…

Former Gov. Jeb Bush testifies before Congress.

Grover Norquist Makes Jeb Bush’s Point

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush made big waves at a meeting held by Bloomberg View Monday when he said the current Republican Party didn’t have much room for either his father, George H.W. Bush, or the patron saint of modern … More…

Lessons for Romney and Obama from the French Election

Lessons for Romney and Obama from the French Election

Americans don’t pay much attention to overseas elections and we don’t think we have much to learn from other countries– especially France.

But I believe our two presidential candidates can draw some lessons from the results of Sunday’s second round … 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…

President talks about jobs & the economy

The President May Be Peaking Too Early

President Obama has been on a roll of late.

Unemployment has fallen steadily to 8.3%, and we’ve had 24 consecutive months—two years—of private sector job growth. The rate itself is much higher than previous presidents have faced going into re-election, … More…

Rick Perry in Charleston

Good Riddance, Rick

CHARLESTON, SC–Texas Gov. Rick Perry ended his presidential campaign as he began it: with self-righteousness and pomposity.

With his wife Anita looking at him the whole time, Perry affected the same swagger that was the hallmark of his candidacy.… More…

Newt Gingrich on Face the Nation

The Naughty and Nice Newt

Both sides of former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich could be seen during his interview with CBS News’ Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation Sunday.

Gingrich’s last appearance on the show back in May was a disaster after Schieffer … More…

Chris Christie

Three Reasons Christie Shouldn’t Run

The boomlet promoting New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to jump into the Republican presidential sweepstakes is reaching a crescendo… More…