Town hall lies, moderator bias and the presidential race
As I have often warned when Republicans tolerate liberal moderators, they are setting up two-on-one contests in which they have to fight past both moderator and the opposing candidate.
What Biden and Ryan should debate: Stagnation to 2018
An economic recovery delayed until 2018 will cause levels of bitterness, frustration and dissatisfaction we haven’t seen since the Great Depression.
How to debate President Obama
EXCLUSIVE: Romney will “do just fine” in the Oct. 3 debate, says former presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. Newt, probably the most successful GOP debater, advises Mitt to relax, be honest and assertive and enjoy the evening.
The collapse of the Obama strategy against radical Islamists
There are at least three things profoundly wrong with the Obama administration’s analysis of the situation in the Mideast.
Attacks on embassies show we’re still a nation at risk
No American should be confused about the fact that these attacks were directed by enemies who hate us and who are determined to defeat us.
The Romney recovery will begin with energy
From Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio to North Dakota’s energy boom, the Romney plan will focus on simple, American-based energy solutions.
Obama numbers vs. Obama rhetoric: Why the Charlotte convention will fail
The formula is simple: 8.3 percent plus $3.80 a gallon plus $16 trillion equals failure.
In Tampa, arguments for beating Obama
Each day, we’re collecting the top thought leaders on the big ideas of the fall election, and learning from them the best arguments to defeat the falsehoods of President Obama.
Newt University: An opportunity for ideas and solutions
A key part of winning any election is communicating to the American people that you can best represent their opinions, beliefs, and interests.
The Obama normal versus the Romney prosperity
The choice of the American people will define our country for decades to come.