Published February 13, 2013
President Obama offered the nation a brutally uninspired State of the Union address on Tuesday night. Meanwhile, Senator Marco Rubio confirmed why he tops the list for 2016 Republican presidential contenders.
Published May 02, 2012
Newt Gingrich’s presidential ego trip has finally come to an end. Was the ride worth it for Romney and the GOP?
Published March 13, 2012
There’s no doubt that dueling GOP primaries in Mississippi and Alabama will have a broad impact on the 2012 race for the Republican presidential nomination.
Published February 08, 2012
while it is tempting to join the beehive of pundits who seize on every opportunity to make this a horse race, I prefer to assess the impact of last night on the front-runner’s campaign going forward.
Published January 24, 2012
In the 2012 GOP presidential race here are three key questions: Does Mitt Romney have the conscious of a conservative? Does he understands the fundamentals of the movement? Is he really the Republican Party's best man for this moment?
Published January 21, 2012
What do South Carolina’s Republican primary voters, who identify themselves as either late decision-makers, conservatives, evangelicals, married women and independents, have in common? They all gave Newt Gingrich a plurality of their support in the all-important “first in the South primary,” according to the Fox News exit polls.
Published January 10, 2012
Mitt Romney won the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night. Now he is on his way to the nomination. Now Newt Gingrich needs to consider how he will be remembered as a presidential contender.
Published January 08, 2012
Few things happened in last night’s GOP presidential debate that would seem to alter the inevitability of a Mitt Romney win in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. In fact, a strong argument can be made that it was perhaps Romney’s best performance yet, garnering a debate victory on merits, not merely by default.
Published June 23, 2011
Will the first casualty of campaign 2012 be the person who was supposed to be the smartest guy in the room?
Published April 18, 2011
The Passover story is meant to tell the story of freedom from oppression in ancient Egypt so that future generations can remember and celebrate their own freedom. Few people sitting down to a Passover Seder this week will consider that slavery is alive in well in some parts of the world and that it is estimated that at least over 30,000 people remain in slavery in Northern Sudan.