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.
Florida will be a critical battleground in the 2012 presidential election. So Republicans better hope that Florida voters forget all of the nasty things their candidates have said about each other in advance of this Tuesday's primary.
He pushes the hot buttons. He plays to the crowd. He's been doing it forever.
Once faced with voters who have some sympathy for people who came here from abroad, Romney changes his tune. His reputation for being someone who will say anything to become president is well deserved.
Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney are crisscrossing Florida as the clock runs out before Tuesday's crucial primary. They may be the frontrunners headed into the primary, but they're at the bottom of the pack when it comes to civil liberties issues.
Romney better enjoy what appears to be a likely victory in Florida while he can. Because it may end up bouncing about as far as Gingrich's South Carolina win did -- not very far.
The Florida housing market represents the worst of the bubble and hope for recovery. Let's hope the Republican candidates have something to say about it, because Florida voters will.
Newt Gingrich's potential jackpot victory in Florida on Tuesday will only come at the behest of conservative Republican voters who don't like Romney. Gingrich is betting they will leave their conscience at the door and forget about all the things they claim they value.
In general, Latinos represent 13 percent of all voters in the state -- with the voter bloc dominated by the influence of the Puerto Rican vote in Central Florida's "I-4" corridor, considered one of the most important swing areas in the country come November.
A re-established Romney looked for another strong campaign performance in order to solidify his new lead in Florida, while Gingrich's goal was to win a decisive victory in order to re-launch his South Carolinian election. So, who were the winners and losers, and what were the best and worst moments?
After listening to Romney, Gingrich and Santorum call each other every possible name in these debates, any sane voter would turn to re-electing our Democratic leader Barack Obama.
This is a big moment for Gingrich, especially with Romney so obviously in flail mode. The right mix of decisions can put him in the driver's seat in the national Republican Party. If that's where he wants to be.