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Walker’s 24% Leads Post-Romney GOP Field

Neil McCabe,   Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker dominates a crowded field of GOP White House contenders with 24 percent of Republicans, but former first lady Hillary R. Clinton shows general election strength head-to-head against Walker and others, according to a Feb. 12-`13 Townhall/Gravis poll of 969 registered Iowa voters. In the previous Townhall/Gravis Iowa poll, conducted […] Continue reading →

Ann Coulter: GOP Double-Crossing Traitors

 Now that a federal judge has held Obama’s illegal executive amnesty unconstitutional, perhaps U.S. senators will remember that they swore to uphold the Constitution, too. Back when they needed our votes before the last election, Republicans were hairy-chested warriors, vowing to block Obama’s unconstitutional “executive amnesty” — if only voters gave them a Senate majority. […] Continue reading →

Majority of New Jersey voters view Christie unfavorably

 A majority of New Jersey registered voters view Governor Chris Christie unfavorably, a poll showed on Friday, underscoring the headwinds the outspoken Republican could face in securing his party’s nomination for the 2016 presidential election. The poll by Rutgers-Eagleton noted that “for the first time” a majority, 53 percent, were unfavorably inclined toward the governor, […] Continue reading →

New Hampshire Independents Uneasy About Jeb Bush

 The Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm survey found independent voters favor prospective candidates not named Bush, in both the primary and the general election. Independent voters in New Hampshire have reservations about Jeb Bush as a Republican presidential candidate, a worrisome sign for the former Florida governor that could jeopardize his chances in the state’s primary if the Democratic nomination stays uncompetitive. A Bloomberg […] Continue reading →

Donald Trump Returns to Iowa ‘Strongly Inclined’ to Run for President

The billionaire is, once again, flirting with a White House run. For real estate developer and reality television host Donald Trump, flirting with a presidential run has become a familiar preoccupation, and the 2016 election is no exception.  Trump has been booked as the keynote speaker at the Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner on May 15 in Pottawattamie County, Iowa, […] Continue reading →