Joe Biden has come to Detroit twice this campaign – both times to pay homage to the public school establishment. By contrast, when Paul Ryan came to town Monday night, he swung by the private, non-union Cornerstone Schools – an innovator in school choice for inner city Detroit children.
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Of course Al Gore blamed Barack Obama’s debate debacle on Denver’s altitude. This is the administration that blames George Bush for everything.
What’s the unemployment rate? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it’s 7.8% and looking better by all accounts.
A recent Pew Research poll found that 32% of voters don’t know what religion Mitt Romney follows. Unfortunately, of the people who know he is a Mormon, 22% are uncomfortable with this fact.
Simply put, the core beliefs of conservatism that Mitt Romney provided in months of campaigning are over. It’s now Business Mitt, and I have to applaud him for going directly at the president.
Winning. It’s the point of a race. Prior to the Denver Presidential Debate on Wednesday, we hear that Mitt Romney doesn’t want to talk about winning. The Romney campaign has a clear window to the nation, the first debate that sets the tone for all of the future debates. And they would rather reduce any … Continue Reading →
Shortly before President Obama’s inauguration top Republicans held a secret meeting to plot their strategy to regain power.
It’s an established fact that a lot of Mitt Romney’s vast wealth is parked in offshore tax havens.
Paul Ryan can’t be bothered to divulge the details of how he can cut everybody’s taxes, yet not severely cut social programs, including Medicare, to make the numbers work without exploding the deficit.
Team Romney keeps shaking that Etch-A-Sketch. Mr. Romney’s positions change so fast you get dizzy trying to keep up with the latest shift.