Mitt Romney is now history. Barack Obama is the man, according to Christie Published October 31 2012
Republican Governor Chris Christie praised President Obama for his swift response to his call for help for New Jersey and will tour the devastation with him. Published October 31 2012
The storm of the century, maybe the millennium, according to some experts, didn’t just knock about the average citizen living between Virginia and Maine, it has roiled the last week of campaign. Published October 29 2012
Time to take a look at other ways to predict the presidential election rather than just the polls. Published October 28 2012
Mitt Romney’s positions on the major issues should make you stop dead in your tracks and rethink your vote. Published October 25 2012
Polls across the country show that Obama won handily, including a poll of undecided voters. Published October 23 2012
Obama identifies what’s wrong with Romney and suggests how to cure him — Obamacare Published October 20 2012
More than 65 million people turned in for the last debate, so the number of voters glued to the TV could hit the 70 million mark this time. Published October 20 2012
Imagine how Romney must have felt when he realized he had stumbled into a hornets' nest. Published October 19 2012
Mitt Romney avoids "The Daily Show" and skips “The View,” but sends his wife Ann to sit on the couch. Published October 18 2012
The cookie contest has been seen as a bellwether indicator of who will be the next president. Published October 18 2012
The debate has been compared to “testosterone gone wild.” Published October 17 2012
Both candidates appear to be quaking in their boots that they might have to answer follow-up questions. Published October 15 2012
Now that the President is on the ropes, all eyes will be on the Long Island college stage where the two men meet once again. Published October 14 2012
Expectations are running high and the pressure is on Veep Joe Biden to do some serious damage control for President Obama. Published October 9 2012
Be ringside to see an aggressive Veep debate by two smart guys. Published October 8 2012
Where was the “all fired up and ready to go” guy of 2008? Published October 4 2012
The 90-minute debate between O’Reilly and Stewart is advertised as “The Rumble in the Air Conditioned Auditorium.” Published October 4 2012
More than 50 million Americans are expected to tune in on Wednesday, October 3, and more than 200 million around the globe will be watching. Published October 1 2012
Mitt Romney needs show he cares about the lives of average Americans and that his words come from the heart and the gut. Published October 1 2012
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