This Gov. Chris Christie. Is he running? Yes, he’s running. No he is not running. Former N.J. Gov. Tom Kean says he's running. Christie's brother says he's not.
On Sunday, September 11, 2011, America will pause to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the most horrific terrorist attack our nation has ever seen.
National polls measuring support during the primary season are suspect because we don't have national primaries. We have state-by-state primaries and caucuses.
Rudy Giuliani weighs in the 2012 GOP candidates.
"My objective is we can't have President Obama after next year."
Don't kid yourself: beating a seated President is NEVER a cakewalk. Knocking off Barack Hussein Obama won't be a snap.
Could Giuliani be a serious contender for 2012?
According to a series of national news stories, President Barack Obama is looking to play the “underdog card” in the 2012 campaign. But why would the most powerful man in the world cast himself as an underdog? Because playing the underdog card works. Here is why.
The media is gearing up to full throttle to tease and manipulate the public again with the early favorites leading up to the 2012 presidential elections.
Getting lost with all the names being floated around for a GOP presidential primary? Here's the ones you need to know.
The weakest part of our political system, by a considerable margin, is the presidential nominating process. It tends to exclude from consideration those with the greatest experience in what is uniquely the president's responsibility, foreign policy and military strategy.
Top CEO business women Carla Fiorina and Meg Whitman both crashed and burned in last week’s midterm elections—Fiorina running for a Senate seat in California and Whitman for the governorship of the same state. What happened? And more broadly, why do stars in the business world so often have difficulty getting elected?