Monthly Archives: August 2011

Rasmussen: Rick Perry Tops GOP Presidential Field

To many Republican primary voters, the latest Rasmussen survey (released 8/16/11) will not be a shocker. The only question is: Will the enthusiasm for Texas Gov. Rick Perry last? The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary … Continued

Hilary Clinton For Joe Biden?

We discussed this possibility one year ago at The Daily Caller. Now it appears the White House, in an effort to redefine itself, could once again be toying with the notion of dumping Biden in an effort to save Obama’s … Continued

Ron Paul’s Media Blackout

Ron Paul finished just behind Michele Bachmann in Saturday’s Ames Straw Poll, yet the mainstream media chose to downright ignore this impressive achievement. And while it is extremely unlikely that Rep. Paul will win the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, … Continued

Mitt Romney’s Iowa Strategy

Winning the GOP presidential nomination is all about capturing lightening in a bottle, and it is never wise to publicly downplay the importance of a nominating contest, particularly the first one out of the chute (Iowa). But Mitt Romney’s strategy … Continued

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell To Chair RGA

We have the utmost confidence that Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell will build on the success of the past two RGA chairs (Haley Barbour and Rick Perry), and maybe even parley his new role into a possible 2012 vice presidential bid. … Continued

U.S. Senator Tim Pawlenty?

If the eventual GOP presidential nominee is unable to win the White House in 2012, the best way to check President Obama’s power is to control the U.S. Senate. The Republican Party currently needs to net four seats in 2012 … Continued