Why is Mitt Romney, the severely Conservative candidate for president, all of a sudden moving to the middle?
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign is still trying to deal with the fallout from his comments about not caring about half of the American electorate. But it may be all for naught if recent polling trends continue.
If you know you’re not going to blindly support the “left” in this coming election, see the movie ’2016: Obama’s America’. But, fair warning, it’s disturbing – and quite frightening – to say the least.
Tongues were wagging when Congressman Paul Ryan made his entrance as the Republican Party’s Vice Presidential nominee this past Saturday, and it wasn’t just about his conservative reputation.
After months of failing to find a way to gain ground in the presidential campaign, Mitt Romney has hit the reset button by picking Paul Ryan as his running mate, but once the dust has settled and the Conventions are over, it is hard to see how Romney will have changed the direction of the 2012 presidential campaign.
Romney wisely went with a safe and sure bet because Paul Ryan is a strong, conservative-approved candidate whose image is as clean as Romney’s.
The demand for W. Mitt Romney to release his tax returns has become bipartisan. Conservative elected officials and pundits know that Romney is taking on so much water over his secrecy and questions of his honesty and that he has no other choice.
After igniting a national furor over comments made about Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke, conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh has issued a mea culpa.
South Florida conservative firebrand Rush Limbaugh has double-downed on vile language he used against a Georgetown University law student who was initially refused a chance to speak before Congress in support of employers being mandated to cover contraception.
The bomb squad was called to the Palm Beach home of conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh Thursday evening after someone reported a suspicious package.