Some political pundits and individuals in the "drive by media" are already predicting that the Tea Party's impact on the country's political discourse is beginning to fade. They point to the lack of support for some 2010 rallies sponsored by the Tea Party.
A proven budget cutter, convert to evangelical Christianity, and product of a working-class household, the former Minnesota governor touches enough key points of the GOP base to qualify as the party’s come-from-behind candidate in 2012, Seib writes.
People continually ask if it's finally time to demand reform of our election process, making it more equitable for regular folks, Independents, and third-party candidates. While the answer is unquestionably “yes,” it is an issue that often gets overshadowed — and thus overlooked. But I believe that reforming how our representatives get elected is a fundamental first step to restoring the values of limited government on which our nation was founded.
With the confidence of a prize fighter and the eloquence of a preacher, Herman Cain declared Saturday his candidacy for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination
FreedomWorks Chairman and former House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-Texas) wants a reset on the 2012 GOP presidential field with House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan in the driver’s seat.
Speculation surrounds the Minnesota congresswoman as to whether she will or won't run in the 2012 presidential election.
Ron Paul has made his first official trip as a GOP presidential candidate to none other than Las Vegas.
Will she? Or won’t she? Those are two big questions right now concerning former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s 2012 presidential prospects. Over the last two days, she’s given us some very big hints in two hard-hitting interviews on Fox News Channel.