By Carole on Sep 7, 2012
As the 2012 presidential campaign rolls on, test your knowledge of US presidential campaigns and elections past and the candidates who made them memorable.
By Carole on Dec 9, 2011
After only two of the GOP presidential contenders agreed to participate, business mogul Donald Trump is considering canceling the debate he planned to moderate. Reasons given by the no-show candidates range from the polite (Texas Governor Rick Perry cited scheduling conflicts) to the insulting (former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman called the event "show business over substance"). But regardless of why the event seems to have fizzled, there's a project that could make better use of Mr. Trump's time and talents. Call it The Political Apprentice.
By Carole on Oct 18, 2011
By Carole on Jul 16, 2011
There's a new Gallup poll that shows 58% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents have not yet decided which candidate they will support for the GOP's 2012 presidential nomination. While some on the left (and their accomplices in the mainstream media) may use this to further their delusion that the GOP field is weak, what it actually proves is that the majority of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents are waiting to see, hear and learn which candidate is best qualified to lead the country.
By Carole on Sep 15, 2010
According to a new survey by Pew Research, only 25% of Americans offer a name when asked who they think of as the current leader of the Republican Party, 60% say they don't know who the leader is and 18% say they believe that 'nobody' leads the party. (source) That's good news for while a political party should have various organizational positions within it, it should be led by the wishes and will of the people not any individual. This is the case with the current GOP.