Shame on Romney for lying to Florida seniors as he cheers on Paul Ryan's plan to take away their health care and retirement security.
It's been a hard few weeks for Mitt Romney, and perhaps worse for his supporters who had to digest the reality that their seemingly invincible candidate could be stalled in South Carolina. Could the same fate await him in Florida?
By Ike Sriskandarajah Photo Credit: IKE SRISKANDARAJAH/Turnstyle News Young Ron Paul supporters in Florida. Ron Paul's libertarian ideas may be c...
If he hangs in until the bitter end, Gingrich could find his pride going before his final fall.
If any card in the tarot deck would predict an upset, it would be the Tower card, and it came up in both Gingrich's and Romney's tarot card readings about the Florida primary.
While most politicians tell the truth most of the time and toss in a bit of truth-stretching, with a few lies here and there, these two lie all the time. Their entire candidacies are built on the re-writing of history.
Romney turned the tables on Gingrich in Florida through some smart tactical moves -- including an extraordinary early voting effort -- and an all-out blitz on Gingrich. They have been dropping pianos on Newt for 10 days and it has politically destroyed him.
As we wend our way through the Republican primary season, at times predicting the outcome of a single state's race is very hard to do. At other times, it is actually pretty easy. Florida looks to be one of the latter.
As voters discover the truth about the kind of business Romney practiced, the candidate is finding out that coming to town now means bad news for his popularity. The more voters learn about him, the less they like him. It's not hard to see why.
The ascension of Ron Paul into mainstream political consciousness and the continuing relevance of the 'Occupy' movement represent fundamental challenges to the political establishment.
Congressman Rohrabacher's baseless imagery of our schools being overthrown by the undocumented was either an amazing display of ignorance. Yet, the demagoguery went unchallenged. Why?
TAMPA, Fla. -- Here's a good description of the disorganization bordering on chaos that regularly surrounds Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign. Th...
Watching Newt Gingrich, one can't help but be struck by just how bright a man he is -- because it's no small hurdle to be able to overcome a disgraceful exit from public office and assume the frontrunner position in the battle for the GOP nomination.
Like much of the GOP establishment, Miami's Cuban-American Republican elected officials are dreading the possibility of having Newt Gingrich at the top of the ticket this year.
These four Republican candidates are forgetting that they have one big common enemy -- Barack Obama and his 'liberal' government.
Remember the movie Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead? This week's Florida primary should be renamed Don't Tell Grandma Social Security Will Be Dead -- and Medicare Too -- If We're Elected.