After a weekend dominated by Republican White House hopefuls, President Obama hit the campaign trail Monday.The president kicked-off a three-day tour of the Upper Midwest in a specially outfitted bus with plans to visit small towns in Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois, listening to voters' frustration wi
Flip-flops are good. Flip-flops are bad. It's summertime and everybody is talking about flip-flops. Political flip-flops, that is.As the dust settles from the recent Republican debate and straw poll in Iowa, flip-flops keep cropping up like spent corncobs.
President Obama likes to say that the American economy is facing headwinds: turmoil in Europe, the Arab spring and the tsunami in Japan. His reelection campaign is facing headwinds too: 9 percent unemployment, a U.S.
Texas Governor Rick Perry will officially make clear his intentions to run for the GOP presidential nomination during a speech on Saturday in South Carolina. But he's sounded like a candidate for a while."