Romney/Huckabee 2012?

All of a sudden, people are talking about Mike Huckabee as a potential Romney running mate.

Are Today’s College Students Dumber and Lazier?

The Wall Street Journal publishes a screed aimed at those about to graduate college.

Ron Paul’s Delegate “Wins” Won’t Amount To Anything

Ron Paul’s supporters are racking up delegate wins at party conventions in caucus states, but it won’t matter in the end.

Ron Paul: America’s Best Bet on Foreign Policy?

When Dan Drezner tweeted “I’m not going to read anything dumber than this today,” my inclination was to scoff. He actually undersold it.

Battleground Virginia: Advantage Obama?

Obama has an advantage in what is likely to be one of the most important states in November’s election, but the race is far from over.

SEALs Swift Boating Obama?

Some Navy SEALs are weighing in on the brouhaha.

Mitt Romney’s Incredibly Narrow Path To Victory

The biggest argument against Romney winning in November is the fact that there aren’t many ways for him to get to those pesky 270 Electoral Votes.

Presidential Experience Redux

Is Mitt Romney the least experienced major-party presidential nominee since1940?

Obama Spikes Football on Bin Laden Killing

The Obama campaign’s cheap politicizing of the SEAL raid that took out bin Laden is unseemly. And unnecessary.

Mitch Daniels Was Right About The Social Issues Truce

Republicans should have listened to Mitch Daniels, because he was right.

Institutional Parameters Matter

The Senate didn’t have a productive 2011. Is this just a case of laziness?

Hilary Rosen, Foster Freiss, And The Permanent Campaign Silly Season

Thanks to a media that focuses obsessively on irrelevancies, we now have a permanent political silly season.

What’s Next For Rick Santorum, And The Republican Party?

We may have Rick Santorum to deal with in 2016.

Romney Infographic: “Women & The Obama Economy”

The Romney campaign is pushing back on the “Republican War on Women” meme with this infographic on “Women & The Obama Economy.”

Republicans Trying To Mend Fences With Hispanic Voters, But It May Be Too Late

Republicans are finally starting to realize that they are in trouble with Hispanic voters.

Romney Campaign Getting Started On The Veepstakes

With the nomination pretty much inevitable, it’s time to start thinking about Romney’s running mate.

America’s Prison Culture Destroying Our Future

We’re literally choosing locking up drug offenders over investing in our children.

Vetting A Running Mate In A Post-Palin World

The vetting process for a Vice-Presidential running mate will likely be very different with memories of the Sarah Palin debacle fresh in everyone’s mind.

Santorum Likely To Win Lousiana, But It Won’t Matter

The results of Louisiana’s primary mean a lot less than the pundits will tell you they do.

Do We Need More Debates?

There will be no more GOP candidate debates. That’s not necessarily a good thing.

Attacking Obama’s “Radical Past” Won’t Work

Some Republicans seem intent on repeating the mistakes of 2008.

Santorum Admits He Cannot Win The Nomination Without A Brokered Convention

Rick Santorum’s campaign is starting to tilt at windmills.

The Six States That Will Likely Decide The 2012 Election

Six states are likely to decide the 2012 election.

Republican Candidates Trailing Obama Among Hispanics By Wide Margin

A new poll shows just how badly the GOP is doing among Hispanic voters.

John McCain Advocates Unprovoked War Against Syria

Arizona’s senior Senator want’s to bomb Syria.

Bob Kerrey, DINO?

Our political scene has changed drastically since Bob Kerrey was last in the Senate.

Money, Bombs, and Jesus

A discussion in the comments thread of my “Time Running Out For GOP?” post led me to a post from four-plus years ago by frequent commenter and erstwhile blogger* Michael Reynolds titled “Money, Bombs and Jesus.”

Time Running Out For GOP?

2012 may be the last chance for the current Republican Party to win the White House.

Gas Prices About To Become An Election Issue

Prices are rising at the pump, and the candidates for President are starting to notice.

NATO Secretary-General: No Intervention In Syria

Yet another sign that international intervention in Syria is most likely never going to happen.

The GOP’s Increasingly Weird Delegate Math

It’s looking increasingly unlikely that anyone will have the race for the nomination wrapped up any time soon.

Rising Gas Prices And The 2012 Elections

Rising prices at the pump could lead to problems at the voting booth.

Romney Wins CPAC Straw Poll (Again)

The Massachusetts Moderate has won the Conservative Political Action Conference poll for a fourth time.

Romney Not Sealing The Deal With Conservatives

If the reaction at this year’s CPAC is any indication, Mitt Romney still has some work to do to seal up his party’s base.

Unsurprisingly, Obama Re-Elect Will Accept SuperPAC Aid

The Obama Campaign is being criticized for agreeing to play the SuperPAC game like everyone else does.

Georgia Judge: “Barack Obama Is A Natural Born Citizen”

The Birthers have suffered yet another totally predictable loss in Court.

The Republican Civil War Of 2013-2015?

If Romney loses in November, it could be the start of a bitter fight insider the Republican Party.

Another Round Of Hand-Wringing Over “Negative Campaigns”

Once again, the punditocracy is bemoaning the rise of so-called “negative campaigning.”

A Final Florida Preview

Voting has started in the biggest primary to date.

Gingrich Likely to Fight on After Florida Debacle

An epic collapse in Florida should spell the end of Newt Gingrich’s presidential run. It won’t.

Why iPhones Aren’t Made In America

It’s not just low wages that have kept technology manufacturing jobs out of the United States.

Newt Gingrich Wins South Carolina, Republican Race In (Temporary) Chaos

Last night, South Carolina was Gingrich Country.

Mitt Romney’s Unforced Tax Return Error

Mitt Romney has a bit of a tax return dilemma.