Our economy is on a slow recovery – slower than anyone wants. But the lack of serious discussion about national security and the world we live in is troubling.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says big businesses in the U.S. are “doing fine” in part because they get advantages from offshore tax havens.
Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty has been given a prime time spot for his address at the Republican National Convention next week.
The basic fact is that Romney, Ryan and Republican’s are uncomfortable with a few of the words Congressman Akin used. They are not, however, uncomfortable with the policy position he was expressing. The record shows that they march in lockstep with Congressman Akin.
Congressman Akin’s comments are unconscionable and while Congressman Akin owns the words that came from his mouth, the sentiment and his policy goals are shared by both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, despite their statements today.
The 2012 Presidential campaign set a record this week, but it’s one that calls for a Reality Check. The campaigns and their supporters have already spent as much money so far – it’s only mid-August — as they did for the entire 2008 campaign.
The fact that Joe Biden is only a heartbeat away from the presidency should not only scare the hell out of every American, it should be reason enough for the Romney-Ryan ticket to win the 2012 election by a landslide.
If you like the GOP war on women, you are going to love Paul Ryan. After all, Ryan’s record on women’s health could easily be mistaken for one of W. Mitt Romney’s primary opponents, Rick Santorum.
Paul Ryan has changed the Electoral College math. With the pick, Romney has chosen a path that writes off almost all of the country and focuses the election on the industrial Midwest.
Republican Paul Ryan says President Barack Obama is diminishing the future for the nation’s children.
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 campaign for the White House continues Monday morning. President Barack Obama is headed to Iowa to campaign, as is the Wisconsin man who Republican candidate Mitt Romney chose as his running mate.
Mitt Romney is trying to win Wisconsin, which hasn’t voted in a Republican Presidential nominee since 1984. He’ll have to do a lot of leg work. Representative Paul Ryan represents just one of eight congressional districts in Wisconsin.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will be making their first stop in Wisconsin together as presidential and vice presidential running mates.
By picking Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney has put the nation on a path of choosing between two very different political and fiscal philosophies.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty was passed over to be Mitt Romney’s running mate, but he says he’s excited to see the Romney-Paul Ryan pairing.
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who once made his own bid for the presidency, is campaigning for Republican candidate Mitt Romney in New Hampshire. Pawlenty is attending an “Ice Cream and […]
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney tapped Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his vice presidential running mate on Saturday, turning to the architect of a conservative and intensely controversial long-term budget plan to remake Medicare and cut trillions in federal spending.
A group of Catholic nuns have started a bus tour challenging the Ryan budget plan and its cuts to social programs.
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan says he won’t run for president next year.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty said Thursday for the first time that he supports House Republicans’ budget outline that calls for cuts to the federal deficit as well as federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.
Leading congressional Republicans renewed their vehement opposition to tax increases Wednesday, as President Barack Obama prepared to put forth his new prescription to combat slow growth and national indebtedness.
Mindful of the political risks, Republican presidential hopefuls treaded gingerly — or ducked — as House Republicans unveiled a budget plan that would slash federal spending by about $5 trillion over 10 years while revamping health programs for the elderly and poor.