Newt Gingrich’s Organizational Struggles

The Huffington Posts’ Mark Blumenthal takes a snap-shot look at how each of the 2012 GOP presidential candidate’s campaigns are fairing from an organization perspective in the early nominating contests. From what I am hearing on the ground, Blumenthal’s assessments … Continued

Unlikely To Recover: Herman Cain Accused Of 13-Year Affair

The embattled Herman Cain is now being accused of having a 13-year extra-marital affair. While I hope the allegations aren’t true for the sake of Mr. Cain’s family and I am not passing judgement on Mr. Cain’s alleged actions, it … Continued

Arizona U.S. Senate Race Could Be An Issue For GOP In 2012

If the GOP wants to capture the U.S. Senate in 2012 (Republicans need to net four seats for control), the party cannot afford to lose the Senate seat being vacated by the retirement of Republican Jon Kyl. If Democrat Richard … Continued

Trust Still A Major Issue For Mitt Romney

Team Romney knows that this is an issue for the former Massachusetts governor, whether or not they want to admit it. Luckily for Romney, no other candidate seems to be able to surge ahead in the polls either. Between now … Continued

PPP: Pennsylvania Voters Sour On Obama; Tied With Romney

This is a positive sign for the eventual Republican presidential nominee. But don’t be fooled, it will still be extremely difficult to turn the Keystone State red in 2012. The last time Republicans capture Pennsylvania was 1988. Democratic firm Public … Continued

President Obama Blames Republicans For Supercommittee’s Failure

Rather than show leadership, President Obama has decided to blame someone other than himself for the deficit supercommittee’s failure to reach an agreement. This time, the president is pointing the finger solely at Congressional Republicans. Apparently, Congressional Democrats have had … Continued