Noonan advice to GOP after loss: ‘Tea party style of rage is not one that wins over converts’ [VIDEO] In an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday, former Ronald Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan said Mitt Romney’s sound defeat last Tuesday ... Republicans sweep the House. But the tea party style of rage is not one that wins over converts ... 11/11/2012 - 5:44 am | View Link
Peggy Noonan, Of Course, Says She Was Right All Along President Obama did not lose, he won. It was not all that close. There was enthusiasm on his side. Mitt Romney’s assumed base did not fully emerge, or rather emerged as smaller than it used to be. He appears to have received fewer votes than John McCain. 11/9/2012 - 2:25 pm | View Link
Noonan: Romney's problem "slicing and dicing" America September 23, 2012, 6:04 AM | Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan talks about the core problems in Mitt Romney's campaign strategy. 09/22/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Before acrimony, Mitt Romney sought prose from Peggy Noonan’s now-poison pen WASHINGTON – More than a decade ago, long before Peggy Noonan would emerge as one of the most prominent conservative critics of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, the two sought to make history together. Romney, during the run-up to the 2002 Olympic ... 09/21/2012 - 4:24 am | View Link
Peggy Noonan: Romney Campaign Is a ‘Rolling Calamity’ Former Ronald Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan is continuing her assault on Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign but has added a couple of words of advice: James Baker. Earlier this week, Noonan wrote in The Wall Street Journal: “It’s time to admit ... 09/21/2012 - 1:24 am | View Link
Noonan: Romney not helping himself The Wall Street Journal’s Peggy Noonan is criticizing Mitt Romney’s response to the death of a U.S. diplomat in Libya, telling Fox News today she doesn’t feel ... 10/15/2016 - 8:02 am | View Website
Mitt Romney News Mitt Romney - The latest news about Mitt Romney from the WSJ Peggy Noonan's Blog Blog. Blog posts from Wall Street Journal writer Peggy Noonan, who has been a weekly ... 10/1/2016 - 9:40 pm | View Website
Peggy Noonan: Don't Do It, Mr. Romney — The Patriot Post Peggy Noonan · Jan. 17, 2015 ... Regarding that race, the news this week was of Mitt Romney ’s seriousness in considering running again for the nomination. 01/16/2015 - 11:56 pm | View Website
Don’t Do It, Mr. Romney Don’t Do It, Mr. Romney He’d have been a better president than Obama. That’s not nearly enough. By. Peggy Noonan. Peggy Noonan. The Wall Street Journal. CANCEL. 01/15/2015 - 7:11 pm | View Website
Peggy Noonan: Romney Will Beat Obama ... Wall Street Journal conservative columnist Peggy Noonan predicts that Republican nominee Mitt Romney will beat President Barack Obama tomorrow. Why? 11/5/2012 - 10:12 am | View Website
The annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, a white-tie gala in New York that is often the last time the two presidential nominees share a stage before Election Day, is traditionally a time when campaign hostilities are set aside.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton traded sharp barbs and brutal takedowns Thursday, the night after their final debate, with many in the well-heeled crowd turning on the Republican nominee midway through his remarks and showering him with jeers.
Trump, who had drawn big laughs earlier in the speech, appeared to lose the room as he repeatedly dug in with caustic swipes at Clinton, drawing rare boos at a charity event meant to raise money for impoverished children throughout New York.
 when they entered and took their seats, they did not greet each other or make eye contact, though they did shake hands at the conclusion of the roast.
Clinton was the first one to laugh when Trump joked that she had bumped into him earlier in the night "and she very simply said 'Pardon me'" — an unsubtle reference to the Republican nominee's frequent declarations that his opponent should go to jail.
Clinton, meanwhile, was more self-deprecating than Trump, joking that she's taken a break from her "usual nap schedule" to attend and suggesting that the audience should be pleased she's not charging her usual fee for speaking in front of potential donors.
The Arizona lawmaker said the GOP presidential nominee's behavior and "demeaning comments about women and his boasts about sexual assaults" made it impossible to offer even conditional support.
The 80-year-old senator and two-time presidential candidate still has a solid advantage in polls over Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, even as conservative Arizona grows more competitive in the presidential race.
The pragmatic senator who has worked with Democrats on immigration took a surprising stand on Supreme Court nominees, pledging this week that Republicans would unite against any pick from Clinton if she becomes president.
McCain has spent most of the year doing a delicate dance in offering lukewarm support of Trump even after the presidential nominee bashed McCain as a "loser" and "not a war hero" because he was shot down and captured during the Vietnam War.
After Trump refused to say at the final debate whether he will accept the election results, McCain issued a sharp statement Thursday highlighting his 2008 concession, saying congratulating the winner and calling them "my president" is "the American way."
McCain has hammered Kirkpatrick in ads on health care, running tape of her leaving a 2009 meeting with constituents angry about the law.
Some of the most heavily damaged areas are largely Democratic with a high concentration of black voters, and there are concerns the disarray might depress turnout and sway the outcome of the White House race in this battleground state, where polls suggest a tight race between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump and where Barack Obama beat John McCain in 2008 by a mere 14,177 votes out of 4.3 million cast.
In Tarboro, where signs block drivers from getting into some neighborhoods and piles of damaged drywall, carpet, couches and other belongings line the sidewalks, 30-year-old Cordell Pettaway and his mother have a lot of work ahead of them before they can move back into their home in a historic black neighborhood: pulling up subflooring, removing wet furnishings and eventually getting the electricity turned back on.
Some voters in North Carolina waited more than an hour on Thursday to cast ballots, while it took some people in one metro Atlanta county four hours to vote Monday, the first day of early voting in Georgia.
State election officials said Election Day polling places in at least a half-dozen counties are so damaged they may not be usable on Nov.
Arizona voters' feelings about the Affordable Care Act remain sharply divided, with Republicans far more likely than Democrats to oppose President Barack Obama’s signature health-care law, a new poll finds.