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This week’s ‘Oy Vey’ moment: Mitt Romney’s senior campaign advisor Eric Fehrnstrom makes an “Etch a Sketch” comparison he likely now regrets.
Newt Gingrich is running out of money and Ron Paul has yet to win a race, but the two GOP candidates are a true example of the "Just Keep Swimming" song Dory sang in the movie "Finding Nemo."
Jennifer Wishon finds a “bless his heart” moment as GOP Sen. Scott Brown attempts to make a joke about Rick Santorum. Should he stick to politics, and drop the comedy act?
Mitt Romney and his wife Ann recently celebrated their 43rd anniversary. And to honor her husband, she released a heartfelt video with memories of how they met.
The Brody File digs up a cool tune made from various clips of the presidential candidates.
The Brody File: Narrowing the GOP Field
Super Tuesday was supposed to be all about the GOP candidates, but President Obama stole some of the spotlight with his first press conference of the year.
The Brody File takes a little from each Republican presidential candidate to make what could possibly be the perfect person to run against President Obama.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been married more than 40 years. So, he should know referring to his wife as this is a big “no-no.”
“Joe the Plumber” – the middle class guy who took the spotlight during the 2008 election – is at it again. And this time, he seriously has a chance to win a seat in Congress.
Newt Gingrich has a new campaign pitch – lower gas prices, but is the “Newt = $2.50” effort enough to get the vote?
Jennifer Wishon heads to the White House for a chat with Suzan Johnson Cook, the woman President Obama tasked with keeping an eye on worldwide religious freedom.
The Brody File managed to dig up old high school photos of the GOP presidential candidates. See the looks they rocked back in the day.
The GOP race to the White House is getting a little complex, with varying frontrunners from state to state. The Brody File helps break down the delegate numbers with an “In the Weeds” math class.
Former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin may not be running for the White House this year, but she's keeping close watch on the race. And her biggest issue seems to be with Mitt Romney.
Rep. Allen West sits down with The Brody File at CPAC to discuss the Tea Party’s impact going forward, as well as the political future of the House.
The Brody File talks to Michele Bachmann about the state of the GOP race since she bowed out, and her role in the process going forward.
This election season has had its share of interesting campaign ideas. But the latest pitch by former House speaker Newt Gingrich is out of this world.