By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Like father, like son. Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is following in the footsteps of his father, former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, and pushing for a bill that requires an audit of the Federal Reserve.
I'm fed up with all the Republican talking heads and wannabes trashing Mitt Romney and even former President George W. Bush ("Top Republicans say Romney didn't offer specifics," Web, Nov. 15). Why not talk behind the scenes of your opinions and suggestions rather than giving sound bites to the left? The answer: These people are out for themselves, whether for political gain or personal adoration.
President Obama's modus operandi seems to be to blame everyone and everything but himself for his disastrous failures, and to always lead from behind on both foreign and domestic policies.
GOP White House nominee Mitt Romney toned down his criticism of President Barack Obama's handling of a diplomatic crisis Thursday and returned to an economic argument with a spirited speech and television ad accusing the president of failing American workers.
Donald Trump's stature within Republican ranks appears to be waning, after most of the party's presidential hopefuls have shot down the billionaire developer's invitation to take part in a "debate" moderated by "The Donald."
In a recent Republican debate, GOP White House hopefuls touched upon President Obama's failure to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. In my opinion, if Mr. Obama is re-elected, Iran will get nuclear weapons. Why? Mr. Obama refuses to stand up to the ayatollahs; is retreating in Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt and Libya; and is abandoning our allies in the region to Iran.
President Reagan's famous "11th Commandment" — Republicans shalt not speak ill of fellow Republicans — is being sorely tested in the heat of the 2012 presidential sweepstakes.
The Republican candidates in the 2012 presidential sweepstakes haven't been shy about invoking Ronald Reagan's sunny disposition and rhetoric about American exceptionalism, or painting their prescriptions for the nation's woes as a natural extension of his political orthodoxy.
GOP White House hopeful Tim Pawlenty is scoffing at claims that he's too "nice" and too "bland" to take the political fight to President Obama.