As theater, this convention feels forced and conflicted. Its pieces don't quite come together. Maybe it's actually a perfect reflection of the candidate? But some good news for the G.O.P.: ratings are up slightly over 2008.
A member of the most beleaguered, smallest minority in America today will be swept into office on a sea of a billion dollars of our unregulated, unlimited campaign cash to become America's first Billionaire President!
Romney campaign's adoption of the Freedom Works agenda confounds the widely held expectation that once the primaries were over, and the candidate no longer needed to address the party's far right, he would move toward the center.
You know that social media has power when the most powerful leader on the planet is using one of the most-popular-yet-less-well-known social media platforms to communicate -- totally unannounced and completely by surprise.
The only thing that moved me about Chris Christie's speech was his invocation of the memory of his Sicilian mother. Sounds like she might have made one hell of a presidential candidate, a lot better than the one Christie had so little to say about Tuesday night.