Bachmann Gaining Momentum In Iowa

Rep. Michele Bachmann seems to be hitting the right notes with Iowa GOP caucus goers, according to the latest poll from The Iowa Republican. The August straw poll should be extremely telling for Bachmann. And don’t look now, but Tim … Continued



Pennsylvania Souring On Obama

Goods news for the eventual Republican presidential nominee. Keystone State voters are beginning to show buyer’s remorse. “Hilary Clinton Democrats” appear to be leading the charge to change direction. Pennsylvania is looking more and more like it could be a … Continued


Romney’s Mixed Messages On The Economy

Although we are rightly preoccupied with the debt ceiling, jobs and the state of the economy (a byproduct of the debt debate) will be the top issues in the 2012 election. Former Massachusetts governor and current GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt … Continued


Iowa GOP Caucus Goers Want A Candidate Who Can Defeat Obama

This is a good sign heading into the August straw poll. The question will be whether “electability” remains the dominate theme once the Republican presidential field is narrowed. A new statewide Iowa Caucus poll recently commissioned by TheIowaRepublican.com shows that … Continued



Thad McCotter: ‘The Longest Of Long Shots’

Rep. McCotter is a strong personality with a great political future, but he is not yet White House material. Given that a sitting House member has not won the presidency since 1880, he is not only the longest of long … Continued




Obama Losing Grip On North Carolina And Virginia

President Obama knows that he is in a dog fight to extend his stay in the White House in 2012.  It is clear that his reelection campaign has been searching unsuccessfully for an economic message, as the NationalJournal’s Josh Kraushaar … Continued