Mitt Romney criticizes President Obama for his diplomacy with Russia in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal.
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|Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., slams President Obama's approach to U.S.-Russian relations, saying Mr. Obama "does not understand" Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Today, approximately 400,000 pro-life activists are gathering in Washington D.C. to protest the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, which legalized abortion throughout the nation.
Ever-so-busy Governor Bobby Jindal, where are you?
According to a number of Republican presidential wannabes, the outcome of the presidential election was a fiasco, a major disaster for the GOP. And the excuses keep pouring in.
It might be understandable if critics of Piyush Jindal were somewhat smug after revelations that he lobbied—practically begged—to be chosen for vice president or at least be awarded a cabinet position in the Mitt Romney administration during the Republican nominee’s unsuccessful campaign for president.
Jindal is not a hypocrite
Can the GOP win another Presidential election after its candidate Mitt Romney lost against President Obama?
When Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who is today in Las Vegas, where he will be taking over the Chairman of the Republican Governor’s Association this week , national republicans, republican Governors, national pundits and even Louisiana politicos and voters just might want to know which Bobby Jindal will be doing the talking.
In 2008, Barack Obama was the first Democrat in 16 years to win both sexes, carrying women by 13 points and men by one point, for a 12-point gap. In 2012, Obama won re-election with an 11-point margin among women and losing men by 7 points, for an 18-point gap.