Published November 14, 2013
We now believe the only way to break the Benghazi logjam and get to the bottom of the issue is for you to appoint a House Select Committee on Benghazi.
Published July 02, 2012
A stagnant economy, poor job prospects and two major political parties that seem to talk past most people have deeply soured many Americans on the future. In short, pessimism has replaced the normal inherent American sense of optimism.
Published May 10, 2012
Now that Mitt Romney is the certain GOP nominee – and now that the President has officially kicked off his campaign, we can assess the state of the race six months away from the crucial November 6th presidential election.
Published April 25, 2012
Pressure is being exerted by the GOP establishment on Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum -- to embrace Mitt Romney and get everyone in the party on the same page.
Published March 20, 2012
The odds are something truly out-of-the box is almost guaranteed to occur before Nov. 6. This could mean a surprise Veep pick, an October Surprise or a shocking news event that alters the dynamics of the general elections.
Published February 28, 2012
In Tuesday's Michigan primary the stakes are high for both Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney. But Romney has the most to lose.
Published January 02, 2012
2011 was the craziest year, ever, inside the Republican Party with five different front-runners who rose and then sank within months (Trump, Bachmann, Perry, Cain and Gingrich) – and all this before even one real vote was cast!
Published December 11, 2011
For the first 45 minutes of Saturday night’s Republican presidential debate, believe it or not, Michele Bachmann had the best answers. Her “Newt Romney” refrain was clever, funny, intriguing -- and pointed out how similar these two Rockefeller Republican flip-floppers really are on a range of issues.
Published December 07, 2011
Right now we are witnessing the grass-roots GOP primary voter rising up and rejecting Mitt Romney. Fasten your seatbelts, America, it's going to be a very bumpy ride.
Published November 28, 2011
So now the GOP presidential race has come down to this. We have the conservative Republican Party choosing between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney -- two Rockefeller liberal Republicans who flip-flop and pander on an hourly basis.