President Obama "is highlighting his support for the federal assistance plan that helped rescue Detroit automakers in a new television commercial that accuses Republican presidential candidates of abandoning the industry in its darkest hour," the New York Times reports.
The 30-second commercial also mentions Mitt Romney's now well-known opinion article that carried the headline "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) has emerged as a leading potential 2016 presidential candidate after years building a brand as a conservative with a libertarian bent who often breaks from his fellow Republicans to criticize foreign mili... Read Post
Six of seven GOP presidential candidates will appear at the Republican Jewish Coalition Forum in Washington today to highlight their support for Israel. The candidates are expected to take a hard line in Iran — and attack the Obama ... Read Post