Charles Krauthammer on Mitt Romney's foreign policy speech: It wasn't a speech about Afghanistan, it was a speech about Obama and his relation with American power and preeminence. The point was, it was subtle but I think it was the theme of the whole speech, is that Obama is uncomfortable with either the presence, the rightness, the justice and the
Moderator of the first presidential Debate Jim Lehrer sits down with Sean Hannity on FOX News to discuss his perspective on exactly what happened throughout the proceedings.
ANN COULTER: I think it is over and the reason I think it's over, of course I thought it was over last week and the week before and the week before. Romney's going to win and the reason he's going to win, part of the evidence is, this was the most watched debate since 1980 when Ronald Reagan ran against Carter, and there was only one debate that ye
New Hampshire went from tossup to Lean Obama. New Mexico went from Lean Obama to Obama. Iowa went from Lean Obama to tossup. Romney made gains in Colorado, Virginia, Ohio and Wisconsin. Missouri and Nevada went stronger for Obama.
Adam Carolla joins Bill O'Reilly on his FOX News program to discuss his take on the high gas prices in California.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan ended an interview with a reporter from Flint's ABC News affiliate after the correspondent attempted to "stuff words" in his mouth. Ryan, answering a series of questions about violence, guns and gun control laws, said the best thing to do is "help teach people good discipline and good character."
Chris Matthews talks with Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead and the Washington Post’s Nia-Malika Henderson about the power of political satire and the role of Saturday Night Live leading up to the presidential election. (Hardball) Matthews called the "Saturday Night Live"
"What we are seeing is the unraveling of the Obama foreign policy. Four Americans were murdered in a terrorist attack in Benghazi. In a Romney administration when we know that we are clearly attacked by terrorists, we won't be afraid to say what it is," Paul Ryan said at a campaign event in Toledo, Ohio today.
"More than polls, because polls do move around; I'm interested in the people that come up to me in the street and my Democratic friends and what they're saying to me. And I won't say that there is a sense of panic, but there has been a real emperor has no clothes moment over the past week and it keeps growing by the day. That's why I'm bringing thi
On this weekend's broadcast of the syndicated roundtable program "The Chris Matthews Show," panelist Joe Klein of Time magazine took exception to Romney surrogate John Sununu calling President Obama "lazy" on Andrea M
DAVID GREGORY, "MEET THE PRESS" MODERATOR: Hilary Rosen, one of the things that you’ve been talking about is the president’s record. How he runs on his record, but then how he also leans forward as well. David Brooks’ column on Friday struck me, complimentary of Governor Romney, and he wrote this about the challenge for the president. Pol
As prepared for delivery, Mitt Romney's remarks on foreign policy at the Virginia Military Institute: I particularly appreciate the introduction from my good friend and tireless campaign companion, Gov. Bob McDonnell. He is showing what conservative leadership can do to build a stronger economy. Thank you also Congressman Goodlatte for joining us
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Pro-Obama super PAC Priorities USA Action targets Mitt Romney for what it calls his "extreme plan to cut early childhood education, slash K-12 funding and cut college aid for students" in this new ad. The ad will air in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Voiceover: "Reckless, amateurish — that's what news media and fellow Republicans called Mitt Romney's gaffe-filled July tour of England, Israel and Poland. When our U.S. diplomats were attacked in Libya. The New York Times said Romney's knee-jerk response 'showed an extraordinary lack of presidential character.' And even Republican experts said R
NPR anchor Maria Hinojosa recalls a conversation she had with Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel about the term "illegal immigrants" on MSNBC's "Up with Chris Hayes" on Sunday: “If there is an authority, you should be it. And he said, ‘María, don’t ever use the term ‘illegal immigrant.’ And I said, ‘Why?’ And he said, ‘Because once you
NEWT GINGRICH: First of all, Romney has said to the degree they can’t get the loopholes closed in Congress, he’ll reduce the tax break. That he’s going to stick to the principle. It’s going to pay for itself. Second, there’s a genuine intellectual argument over whether you should count economic growth. Simpson and Bowles don’t count