At the University of Miami, Governor Mitt Romney, Senator Marco Rubio, and a host of GOP surrogates lit up the crowd. The GOP in Florida is galvanized, and working to declare Romney "El Presidente." Published October 31 2012
Halloween 2012 comes amidst the wreckage of Hurricane Sandy. Getting back to normal means finding laughter among the tears. Published October 30 2012
Hurricane Sandy belted the East Coast. Let's figure out how we can help our neighbors, roll up our sleeves, and get the rebuilding done. If you need help go to http://www.redcross.org/find-help Published October 29 2012
Radical Islamists murdered Americans on 9/11/01 and 9/11/12. The Obama administration is covering up the truth as to the events of 9/11/12 even as email and video evidence emerges. Published October 28 2012
Donald Trump offered President Obama five million dollars to release his college transcripts and his passport. The move is a brilliant one, but should be modified to make the deal better. Published October 26 2012
Those who are looking to donate to candidates around the country should use this list as a guide. Here are GOP candidates worthy of campaign dollars. Donate now. Published October 25 2012
One day after the presidential debate, a bombshell burst over the Benghazi scandal: Emails that clearly show the administration knew the truth from moment one. Published October 24 2012
Jessica Yellin on CNN calls President Obama's performance "too glib" in the debate last night. This was the least of his problems that include Israel, Russia and Syria - and the U.S. Navy. Published October 23 2012
The third and final 2012 presidential debate will be dedicated solely to foreign policy. Despite insisting otherwise, this has the Obama team in a state of sheer panic as global crises spiral out of control. Published October 22 2012
The third presidential debate between Romney and Obama will be foreign policy, but most men, including the candidates, would rather be watching the Bears and Lions on Monday Night Football. Published October 19 2012
President Obama attempted to mock Governor Romney by noting Romney's larger pension. There is a reason Romney's pension is larger, offering a "teachable moment." Published October 17 2012
In the second of three 2012 presidential debates, Obama declared Obama the winner while Romney and reality said otherwise. Published October 17 2012
Unable to run on his record and egged on by an enraged leftist base, President Obama will get in the gutter during the remaining debates. He will either destroy Governor Romney or himself. Published October 15 2012
Liberals accused Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan of lying in the second 2012 presidential debate. Conservatives noted that the debate has yet to occur and Mr. Ryan is not even participating. Published October 14 2012
The 2012 VP debate was, despite a "moderator" desperately trying to help Biden, Ryan calmly and smartly crushing his unctious opponent. And Ryan did take it. Published October 11 2012
Here is C-Span's recap of the 2012 vice-presidential debate before it has occurred. Despite Joe Biden's pleadings, he was not allowed to call in sick. He will have to face Paul Ryan. Published October 10 2012
The vice-presidential debate will feature Paul Ryan taking on Joe Biden. Biden will step into the gutter; that is all President Obama & Stephanie Cutter want. Published October 10 2012
In another attempt to change the subject from his poor debate performance, President Obama accused Mitt Romney of not paying Big Bird's taxes. Published October 9 2012
President Obama's poor debate performance shocked liberals, who for years have confused a fictional concept of "melanintelligence" with actual, real aptitude. Published October 8 2012
Barack Obama had a bad 2012 first debate, but so did his predecessor in 2004. The difference involves a character trait inside Mr. Obama that severely hinders him. Published October 4 2012
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