Monthly Archives: May 2011

Nucleus Of 2012 GOP Presidential Field Likely Set

Other’s may enter, but the nucleus of the 2012 GOP presidential field is most likely set. High-level Republican leaders tell POLITICO that they now believe the top tier of the presidential field is set, and that no major donors or … Continued

Can Tim Pawlenty Win The 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination?

Daniels’ exit certainly benefits Team Pawlenty, given that both occupy the establishment Republican space. Tim Pawlenty’s biggest challenge is name identification – few primary voters, let alone general election voters, know who he is or what he stands for. While … Continued

Eric Cantor: Dems Have NO Plan To Save Medicare

Apparently Congressional Democrats think Medicare is just fine as is, even though it is on track for insolvency. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) fired back on Friday at Democrats over Medicare, one day after Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said … Continued

Jon Huntsman Defends Service In Obama Administration

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman’s biggest vulnerability as he gets serious about a presidential bid is likely the fact he spent the last two years working for the man he now wants to beat. But in an interview with ABC News … Continued

Social Media Highlights Gingrich Gaffes

Sure, Newt Gingrich has been a center of media attention before, but a lot has changed since he was in office in the 1990s. And part of Gingrich’s problem is that he’s unused to modern media. Back in the 1990s, … Continued