Everyone's favorite probable republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is still mulling over his his choice for vice president, despite the fact that John Nance Gardner, FDR’s Vice President, famously mentioned that the post isn’t worth "a warm Bucket of Spit." That hasn't stopped interested parties in offering up their services and stepping up to the plate. Theater critic Stephanie Shaw is one of them.
Presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney has unveiled a new campaign ad in the Latino-heavy swing states of Nevada, Florida, Colorado, Ohio and North Carolina. No word on his actual immigration plans, though – that’s still a topic he’s avoided for months.
Mitt Romney and the Republicans have swept the fundraising floor with Barack Obama and the Dems for the second month in a row, beating them this time by a whopping $35 million. Achy Obejas argues that the president’s fundraising letters aren’t helping his cause.
A sobering economic snapshot intensified the presidential campaign on Friday as President Barack Obama rolled through two vote-rich battleground states and Republican Mitt Romney fended off conservative complaints about his plan for winning.
Worldview contributor Robert L. Price argues that some of America's political leaders should take a lesson from President Obama’s press conference Monday to learn what being “world-class” really means.