Monthly Archives: April 2011


Peggy Noonan: Obama Is Likely To Lose In 2012

Barack Obama can be taken, and his adversaries haven’t even noticed. In fact, he will likely lose in 2012. Only one thing can save him. In this week’s polls: An Ipsos survey says 69% of Americans believe the country is … Continued




Americans Prefer Governors And Business Leaders On Economy

Americans have the most confidence in their state governor and in business leaders to do the right thing for the economy. President Obama comes in third, followed by Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke … Continued



Dems Launch Super PAC Aimed At Taking Back The House In 2012

Democrats are launching a new outside group designed to combat the independent conservative organizations that pumped tens of millions of dollars into the 2010 election and helped to sweep House Republicans into the majority. House Majority PAC will focus exclusively on … Continued


Pennsylvania Voters Souring On Obama 2012 Reelect

Pennsylvania’s looking like it could be a very tough state for Barack Obama in 2012. Obama’s approval rating there is only 42% with 52% of voters disapproving of him, and he’s within the margin of error in the state against 3 … Continued


Haley Barbour Explains Donald Trump’s Rise In The Polls

Potential 2012 presidential candidate Haley Barbour isn’t putting much stock in Donald Trump’s recent surging poll numbers. The Republican Mississippi governor will visit the first-in-the-nation primary state Wednesday and said voters will pay more attention as the nominating process progresses. … Continued