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

Why Mitt Romney Is Like Jan From ‘The Brady Bunch’

Re-Posted From Less than one month until the 2012 Iowa Caucuses, Mitt Romney finds himself again in the uncomfortable position of looking over his shoulder at the candidate with momentum. In 2008, that candidate was Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) and now it is former … Continued

Politics And The Social Web

Re-Posted From Campaigns & Elections magazine 2012 promises to be a banner year for money, mudslinging and media frenzy. Unless you are Barack Obama or the last candidate standing at the end of the GOP nominating process, you aren’t likely … Continued

Time For Mitt Romney To Take On Newt Gingrich?

To attack more forcefully or not? That’s the dilemma former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney faces as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich surges in polls and threatens Mr. Romney’s grasp on the Republican presidential nomination. Four weeks before the first nominating contest – theIowa … Continued

Republicans Face Potential Hard Sell To Women

After a poor showing among female voters in the 2008 presidential election, the Republican Party might again have a women problem. Sexual misconduct accusations against Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich’s treatment of his ex-wives, and harsh rhetoric during debates have raised … Continued

What Gingrich Needs To Do To Win The GOP Nomination

Re-Posted From The Daily Caller Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign hit a major snag right out of the gate: In May, he alienated conservatives by criticizing Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget proposal as “right-wing social engineering” during an appearance on “Meet the Press.” Less … Continued