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Roementum: Buddy Roemer Hits 3% in New Hampshire

Roementum: Buddy Roemer Hits 3% in New Hampshire

A new poll out this morning by Public Policy Polling shows former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer registering his first significant blip of support in the Granite state.  With little more than a week to go before voters head out to vote, it’s doubtful this is the start of any significant surge of interest in the [...]

Looks Like Your Grandmother and Donald Trump Got The Same Email

Looks Like Your Grandmother and Donald Trump Got The Same Email

Former presidential front-runner and gold-plated billionaire buffoon Donald Trump issued the following tweet yesterday on his official Twitter feed: “What a convenient mistake: @BarackObama issued a statement for Kwanza but failed to issue one for Christmas.” Of course, Obama didn’t skip making a statement for Christmas. He actually wished everyone a Merry Christmas about 10 [...]

Vote Rogue: Group Urges Write-Ins for Sarah Palin

Vote Rogue: Group Urges Write-Ins for Sarah Palin

A new radio and TV campaign is brewing in Iowa, urging Republicans to caucus for… Sarah Palin! Perhaps highlighting just how awful the current field of candidates are in the minds of most Iowans, the Sarah Palin Earthquake Movement wants voters to mobilize for the former Alaska governor next week. The group notes success in [...]

Ron Paul's Exceptionally Effective 2-Minute Ad on Race

Ron Paul’s Exceptionally Effective 2-Minute Ad on Race

The New Revolution PAC, an entity supporting the Ron Paul presidential campaign, is raising money to run an unconventional 2-minute ad in early primary states.  Aimed squarely at neutralizing the ‘racist newsletter’ controversy, the spot features the story of an African-American patient whose wife had a stillborn baby that Dr. Paul delivered.  Apparently, Paul covered [...]

Kelly Clarkson Actually Supports Gary Johnson

Kelly Clarkson Actually Supports Gary Johnson

Much has been made this morning over American Idol winner and popular singer Kelly Clarkson’s tweet of support for Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul. “I love Ron Paul,” Clarkson wrote on Thursday. “I liked him a lot during the last republican nomination and no one gave him a chance. If he wins the nomination for [...]

Quick Hits: The Santorum Surge Fizzles?

Quick Hits: The Santorum Surge Fizzles?

Much has been made over the last week about a Santorum surge, including a piece I wrote suggesting that the former Pennsylvania Senator might finally be getting his bite at the conservative apple in Iowa. WAS THE “BIG” ENDORSEMENT FOR SALE?  An Iowa Christian conservative leader who bestowed his highly sought-after endorsement on presidential candidate [...]

Gary Johnson: 'The two-party is over'

Gary Johnson: ‘The two-party is over’

The splash page on Gary Johnson’s campaign website today pretty much gives away what the “big announcement” will be tomorrow. “Everybody says they want a viable alternative to America’s two-party chokehold,” reads the headline.  “Everybody – Meet Gary Johnson.” Johnson is scheduled to make a major announcement about the future of his presidential campaign tomorrow [...]

Roger Simon: 'If Ron Paul Wins Iowa, We Just Take It Out'

Roger Simon: ‘If Ron Paul Wins Iowa, We Just Take It Out’

Noting that Iowa Republicans have voted for “exotic” candidates before, Politico‘s Roger Simon dismisses the idea that a Ron Paul victory on January 3, 2012 would mean anything to the larger Republican contest for president…

Newsletters Highlight Why Gary Johnson Should Have Been the 'Liberty Candidate'

Newsletters Highlight Why Gary Johnson Should Have Been the ‘Liberty Candidate’

When Gary Johnson declared he was seeking the Republican presidential nomination, the thought among many was that he was an electable version of Ron Paul, the popular and controversial Texas Congressman who had captured the attention of millions during his 2008 bid.   Johnson would be able to put a sane face on the overall message [...]

Johnson Prepares to Go His Own Way

Johnson Prepares to Go His Own Way

Gary Johnson is ramping up his campaign for President, taking his fight to the general election after (hopefully) securing the Libertarian Party’s nomination at their May national convention. Johnson’s campaign has announced a news conference that will be held on Wednesday in Santa Fe.   The official spokespeople will only publicly say that the former governor [...]