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First President Obama, now Mitt Romney. It seems like everyone is singing to voters these days. Are these candid moments helping Americans choose their next president?
The Brody File caught President Obama’s recent slip up when talking about creating jobs in America. See how he got his numbers wrong.
If former Gov. Mitt Romney becomes the GOP nominee, does he have what it takes for Tea Party support? Should candidates be more concerned with Tea Party values? Sen. DeMint gives his take.
The GOP race has been at the center of America’s political universe lately, but that hasn’t stopped Obama’s fundraising efforts. This could make the president tough to beat.
McCurry, President Clinton’s Former Press Secretary discusses the job President Obama has done so far in office. Plus, he explores why the President has endured some hardships from the Evangelical community.
Mike McCurry - Evangelicals finding common ground
Evangelicals and Immigration
The Evangelical Community on Political Issues
Chairman of the Tea Party Express has just two words for Mitt Romney if he runs for President in 2012.
A top conservative woman and a top tea party operative share their thoughts on Sarah Palin.
Tea Party Express Chairman, Amy Kremer, discusses why the Tea Party, on a national stage, stays away from the social issues.
A top conservative leader, Penny Nance, discusses the possibilities of repealing health care reform.
A top Tea Party leader, Amy Kremer, discusses the possibilities of repealing health care reform.
The CEO of Concerned Women for America, Penny Nance, comments on President Obama’s first two years in office.
Sarah Palin’s PAC didn’t waste any time putting out a new video after the 2010 midterm elections. Hear what our panel has to say about her possible 2012 prospects.
The GOP and the Tea Party said repealing health care was a top priority. Is the urgency being dialed back? Our panel discusses promises made by the GOP.
Our panel discusses President Obama’s reaction to the midterm elections. Is the public out of touch, or is he?
Rand Paul and Marco Rubio won, Sharron Angle and Christine O’Donnell didn’t. Our panel discusses what gave some Tea Partiers the edge.