from Tales from the Trail:

Washington Extra – The Romney Doctrine?

April 13, 2012

Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign stop in Warwick, Rhode Island April 11, 2012. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

from Tales from the Trail:

Best of the debate: Ron Paul v. Michele Bachmann

December 16, 2011

Presidential debates allow voters to hear how candidates differ, and there are few policy differences as great as that between Rep. Ron Paul and Rep. Michele Bachmann on Iran. Take this exchange from last night:

from Tales from the Trail:

New Romney ad counters ‘flip-flopper’ label

December 7, 2011

In case you missed it, Mitt Romney grew a bit testy when Fox News’ Bret Baier pressed him with questions about his about-faces on issues like abortion, climate change and immigration in an interview last week.

from Tales from the Trail:

Just what is a “Lincoln-Douglas” debate?

December 6, 2011

Republican frontrunner Newt Gingrich and long-shot Jon Huntsman say they’ll hold a “Lincoln-Douglas” debate in New Hampshire on Monday. So how will it be different from the usual debates?

from Tales from the Trail:

Newt, schmoot – Democrats keep sights firmly on Romney

November 28, 2011

 

Newt Gingrich may have jumped into the lead among Republican presidential hopefuls in some national polls, but the Democrats -- at least -- seem convinced that Mitt Romney will be President Barack Obama's opponent in November 2012, at least if you look at how they are spending their advertising dollars.

from Tales from the Trail:

Obama focus on policy, not polls – White House

September 7, 2011

The White House is downplaying several new polls showing President Obama's job approval ratings plunging to new lows along with rising public concern over high unemployment and the sluggish economy.

from Photographers' Blog:

Vacation on the Vineyard, without Obama

September 1, 2011

By Kevin Lamarque

My assignment was to fly on Air Force One to Martha’s Vineyard and cover President Obama’s vacation. Covering is perhaps a misleading term. The term “protective coverage” would be more accurate.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

So, Doc, is it a boy or a girl?

August 24, 2011

Blog Guy, I've heard our elected officials don't earn much, and they have to find ways to supplement their income. Is that true?

from FaithWorld:

Obama meets Dalai Lama at White House, China sees U.S. interference

July 17, 2011

(The Dalai Lama arrives to deliver A Talk for World Peace on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington July 9, 2011/Yuri Gripas)

from Photographers' Blog:

George H.W. Bush: Old school president top in “Class”

July 7, 2011

George H.W. Bush stood taller than most men throughout seven decades of public service. That built-in surplus of extra inches came in handy at times when used to intimidate his political opponents struggling to stand up to his eye level while left listening below.