Romney: GOP, conservatives 'have not lost our way' Romney represents the GOP's old guard as younger Republicans such as Marco Rubio and Rand Paul are in spotlight at conservative event... The event known as CPAC often shines the spotlight on the up-and-comers of the Republican Party and is a critical proving ground for presidential hopefuls. More
Romney breaks post-election silence with Fox News For the first time since losing the White House to President Obama, Mitt Romney sat down for a TV interview that airs on Sunday. "We were on a roller coaster, exciting and thrilling, ups and downs," Romney told Fox News, in an excerpt released Thursday night. More
Obama approval bounce smaller than average Like most White House occupants, President Obama saw his approval rating rise after an election. Obama's bounce, however, turned out to be lower than the average of his predecessors. The New York Times, citing data from the Gallup Poll, noted that Obama's net job approval rating rose by 2 percentage points after his Nov. More
Democrats Gone Wild: Obama supporters ‘key’ cars displaying pro-Romney bumper stickers Based on reports posted on Twitter, it appears that Romney supporters continue to be victimized by key-wielding pro-Obama vandals: https://twitter.com/beesands10/status/253920864838483968 @AshleyJudd I can't put my Romney sticker on my car in LA because it ... 10/6/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Romney Exhibits Symptoms of MBA Derangement Syndrome “When you have a fire in an aircraft, there’s no place to go, exactly, there’s no — and you can’t find any oxygen from outside the aircraft to get in the aircraft, because the windows don’t open ... big “whoosh” doesn’t get them, the ... 09/24/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Romney Doesn't Know Why Airplane Windows Won't Open, Calls The Closed Window Policy 'A Real Problem' Affluent Imagineer Mitt Romney has some exciting new proposals for the future of airplane design, according to some remarks he made to the L. A. Times at a fundraiser in Beverly Hills Saturday Night. Romney was quoted in the Times speaking about his ... 09/24/2012 - 4:40 am | View Link
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is taking name calling to a new level. At a rally in Mississippi, Trump called rival Hillary Clinton a bigot and accused the Democratic Party of using minority communities to garner votes. Trump also pulled to the stage a controversial figure who led the charge for Britain's exit from the European Union.
Hillary Clinton plans to take on one of Donald Trump's most controversial cheering squads -- the "alt-right." She's also blasting a report on her State Department meetings with Clinton Foundation donors, saying her work as secretary of state "was not influenced by any outside forces." Nancy Cordes reports.