Will pandering to bigots and religious extremists be enough to save the Romney campaign?
The Republicans have hit the ground running, with an extremist program of anti-labor, anti-immigrant and anti-choice bills.
Foster Friess, the billionaire backer of Rick Santorum's campaign, stunned MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell yesterday.
Romney claimed the fuss was all over nothing; Seamus loved rides on the car roof, he insisted.
The National Education Association and a wide range of other organizations are opposing the proposal by the House's ruling Republicans to rewrite federal education law and school aid.
The Republican establishment's narrative of Mitt Romney's "imevitability" as the party's presidential nominee unraveled Tuesday in just one night.
The ad, sponsored by Chrysler has Eastwood, a Republican, touting progress in the economic recovery and particularly the auto bailout.
American Airlines announced yesterday that it will take the advice of Mitt Romney's firm, Bain Capital, and lay off 13,000 workers.