Republican presidential contenders attacked upstart Herman Cain’s economic plan as a tax increase waiting to happen Tuesday night, moving swiftly in a fiery campaign debate to blunt the former businessman’s unlikely rise in the race for the party’s nomination.
Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 tax plan ignited plenty of sparks in the Republican presidential debate Tuesday night, as did testy exchanges between Mitt Romney and Rick Perry. In those instances and more, the facts took a bit of a beating.
Herman Cain has risen fast. Now the question is: Will he fall?
GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain on Monday indicated his controversial proposal for building an electric fence along the Mexican border is still on the table.
Herman Cain’s string of straw poll wins — including one in Minnesota two weeks ago — has more people examining his 9-9-9 overhaul of the tax code.
With just over a year left in the race for the White House, campaign finance reports released Saturday offered the first major picture into the haves and the have-nots among the Republican presidential candidates.
If polls show one thing with certainty, it’s that Republicans aren’t sold on Mitt Romney and they’ve been looking for other presidential candidates.
Presidential challenger Mitt Romney accused President Barack Obama of failing to lead in a time of economic peril but sounded less conservative than his Republican rivals in their debate Tuesday night, defending the 2008-2009 Wall Street bailout and declaring he could work with “good” Democrats.
They know they’re not crazy about Mitt Romney. But if the cultural conservatives gathered at a Values Voters Summit this weekend split among Rick Perry and other contenders they do like, it could wind up benefiting the front-running White House hopeful who troubles rather than excites them.
Herman Cain won an early test vote in Florida that lacked most of the leading candidates’ participation.
While most of the attention heading into this weekend’s Iowa straw poll is on Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty, lesser-known Republican presidential candidates are working equally as hard to pull off a surprise.
Seven Republican presidential contenders will try to use Thursday’s debate in the leadoff caucus state of Iowa to cast themselves as the strongest alternative to one rival: front-runner Mitt Romney.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain declined to raise questions about fellow contender Michele Bachmann’s health Thursday night, dismissing the Minnesota congresswoman’s migraine headaches as a “non-issue” in the GOP contest.
Jon Stewart has been in a battle with Fox News over his Herman Cain comments. He decided to give them a taste of all his impressions. Check out the segment here. Very funny.
Jon Stewart did an impression of Herman Cain. Some controversy has started up over the impression. Herman Cain talks to Juan Williams on FOX about it. Watch the video here.
Businessman and Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain says he understands the anxiety of Americans, telling a gathering of conservative bloggers that “we are living a national nightmare.”
Rep. Ron Paul of Texas has won the presidential straw poll at the Republican Leadership Conference.
Republican White House hopefuls criticized President Barack Obama’s handling of the economy from the opening moments of their first major debate of the campaign season Monday night and pledged emphatically to repeal the administration’s year-old health care law.
With back-to-back events featuring multiple presidential hopefuls, it’s been something of an instant-replay kind of weekend for New Hampshire Republicans.
Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain told hundreds of conservative activists that the nation won’t solve its financial woes until policymakers reform entitlement programs.