Palin Tops Newsmax's 50 Most Influential GOP Women - NewsMax.com 7. Peggy Noonan — The leading conservative author and ... 20. Katie Packer — Packer, Mitt Romney's former deputy campaign manager in 2012, is a 05/5/2016 - 8:39 am | View Link
No love lost between Trump and Republican national security experts - Fresno Bee No love lost between Trump and Republican national security experts - Modesto Bee 05/5/2016 - 7:18 am | View Link
Palin Tops List of Newsmax's 50 Most Influential Female Republicans - NewsMax.com 7. Peggy Noonan — The leading conservative author and ... 20. Katie Packer — Packer, Mitt Romney's former deputy campaign manager in 2012, is a 05/5/2016 - 6:44 am | View Link
American Democracy Was Broken Before Trump - MSNBC Newsweek ... for their presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. Political commentator Peggy Noonan famously dismissed poll results and predicted Romney would... 05/3/2016 - 6:32 am | View Link
Lowry: Trump blows through every political norm - Salt Lake Tribune The End of Pieties - National Review 04/29/2016 - 10:54 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 that the Republican presidential nominee “has been doing himself any favors” in the ... 04/30/2016 - 12:07 am | View Link
'People Are Afraid of Change' 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 - 4:08 pm | 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. GO 09/22/2012 - 1:00 pm | 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
RUSH LIMBAUGH: Mitt Romney’s Dad Did the Same Thing to ... Rush Limbaugh went on FOX News Sunday to discuss the contentious Republican primary and recent developments including Mitt Romney’s scurrilous ... 05/1/2016 - 8:10 pm | View Website
Mitt Romney presidential campaign, 2012 The 2012 presidential campaign of Mitt Romney, the 70th Governor of Massachusetts, was formally announced on June 2, 2011 at an event in Stratham, New Hampshire. 05/1/2016 - 6:08 pm | View Website
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BOOM! Andrea Tantaros UNLOADS on Mitt Romney “Take It and ... The GOP establishment has launched an all-out assault on Donald Trump. Mitt Romney fired a brutal attack on Donald Trump today in Utah. Andrea Tantaros unloaded on ... 05/1/2016 - 10:23 am | View Website
Romney 2016 is for real | Washington Examiner Is Mitt Romney, who ran for the Republican presidential nomination and lost in 2008, ran again and won the nomination but lost the general election in 2012, really ... 05/1/2016 - 4:46 am | View Website
There's been a rather conspicuous change to the Republican National Committee's official Cinco de Mayo message this election year. Go on, guess what it is.
The Republican National Committee dropped a line in its annual Cinco de Mayo message urging the United States to be more welcoming to immigrants from Mexico, issuing a shorter statement emphasizing the ways in which generations of Mexican-Americans have strengthened and defended the country.
Don't get too excited—it's not like the previous version had Reince Priebus signing songs about inclusiveness.
An Asheville, N. C. tow truck driver said he refused service to a supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Kenneth Shupe was called Monday to pick up a woman stranded on I-26 when he saw “a bunch of Bernie Sanders stuff” and he told her to “call the government” for a tow because she was “obviously a socialist,” according to Fox News.
“Every business dealing in recent history with a socialist minded person, I have not gotten paid,” Shupe, a Donald Trump supporter, said.
Count money among the problems the Republican party is facing now that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee—like, who is going to be willing to sink their fortunes into this presidential run? Even the money guys who just kept piling funds behind Jeb! Bush and Marco Rubio are likely to sit this one out.
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Hillary Clinton video lists 8 promises of Donald Trump presidency. Did he say that?
Even before Donald Trump’s Republican rivals bowed out, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton posted a video warning about a potential Trump presidency. The video opens with a clip of Trump at an event saying, "Everything I say I’m going to do folks, I do." It then lists eight steps Trump has said he will take.
While North Carolina lawmakers may be embracing cuts in federal funding over their anti-transgender bathroom policy, city council members in Oxford, Alabama, weren’t fond of that prospect. The council quickly reversed course Wednesday on an ordinance that would have criminalized transgender use of bathrooms corresponding to their gender identity, reports Caitlin MacNeal:
The city council voted 3-2 to revoke the ordinance just over a week after it was initially passed, but before the city's mayor was able to sign it, AL.com.
The ordinance would have slapped people with a $500 fine or six months in jail for using the wrong restroom.
The council members who voted to reverse the measure cited an opinion from the city attorney noting that the ordinance could cost the city federal Title IX funding, according to AL.com.
The Fourth Circuit Appeals Court ruling that a transgender student had a legitimate Title IX discrimination claim was no doubt weighing on the city attorney’s mind.
Publicly, John McCain is one of those Senate Republicans maintaining that he can run forcre-election independently of Donald Trump. Privately, the senior senator from Arizona knows that's bullshit.
"If Donald Trump is at the top of the ticket, here in Arizona, with over 30 percent of the vote being the Hispanic vote, no doubt that this may be the race of my life," McCain said, according to a recording of the event obtained by POLITICO.