Monthly Archives: December 2011

Mitt Romney’s $10,000 Bet Could Be An Issue For Team Romney

Mitt Romney did not have a particularly strong debate on Saturday night at Drake University, but his quip about a $10,000 bet could hurt him with Iowa voters in the coming weeks. If Romney stumbles in Iowa, winning the nomination … Continued

Newt Gingrich May Endure – If He Survives Critics

Newt Gingrich the history professor could teach a semester-long course on the improbable fall and rise of Newt Gingrich the presidential candidate, who is leading the polls in Iowa and key early primary states like South Carolina and Florida. The … Continued

Attacks On Frontrunner Gingrich Come From All Sides

Now that former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is the undisputed frontrunner in the GOP presidential polls, his Republican rivals and their surrogates are looking to cut him down to size. Can Gingrich weather the storm? Politico’s Alexander Burns, Jonathan Martin … Continued

Number Of Independent Voters Rises In Key Battleground States

The good news is that Democrats have suffered greater losses in terms of voter identification than Republicans. The bad news is that the Republican brand isn’t exactly appealing to voters either. Amy Bingham at ABC News weighs in: A report … Continued

Romney, Gingrich Tout Future Presidential Cabinet Posts

Romney and Gingrich are really in a dog fight, and neither candidate appears to be holding much back. In fact, everything appears to be up for grabs including future presidential cabinet posts, irrespective of the potential legality of such proclamations … Continued