Both political parties – Republicans and Democrats – are known for getting carelessly carried away with name calling when stakes and tensions are high in the political arena. Regardless, there is no excuse for the type of name-calling that has surfaced over the past week.
First, try to make Paul Ryan look inexperienced and un-Presidential and, two, hold the Romney/Ryan ticket accountable for their ever changing policies and focus on Mitt Romney as someone that cannot be trusted.
The speech marked his big opportunity to reintroduce himself to the American people, counteract the negative ads that have filled the air waves and convince people he can fix what ails this country.
Jets owner — and outspoken Mitt Romney backer — Woody Johnson says there’s no such thing as “too much Tebow.” Apparently that doesn’t apply to the Republican National Convention.
As unpopular as the thought may be at this stage of the 2012 election process, having a female on the ticket may still be something America is not ready for.
Kim Kardashian is marrying New Jersey Nets player Kris Humphries this Saturday. Perhaps you’ve heard enough?
There is a hint that former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is testing the presidential waters for 2012.
Sarah Palin said she got goosebumps as she walked through the halls of Ellis Island where millions of immigrants passed through between 1892 and 1954.
Sarah Palin made a stop in Manhattan on Tuesday during her “One Nation” bus tour. The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee met with Donald Trump at his Trump Tower condominium before grabbing a slice of pizza in Times Square.
The Rolling Thunder Ride is rumbling its way into the Nations’ Capitol for a weekend of tributes to the military and a rally.
She made history by becoming the first woman to anchor the evening news solo, and Thursday evening Katie Couric sat in the anchor’s chair for the last time.
Nineteen percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents said in a new survey that they are most likely to back Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.
The Fairleigh Dickinson-PublicMind Poll out Thursday pits several potential GOP candidates against Mr. Obama in head-to-head matchups.
“I am still thinking about it,” was Palin’s response when asked whether or not she’ll seek the presidency in 2012.