Some of the most awkward moments of the GOP primaries have involved Mitt Romney trying to connect with Americans in different parts of the country. There was the time he proclaimed that the trees in Michigan were the perfect height, his soliloquy about visiting national parks with his father, and of course, the time he belted out the national anthem. The latest: Since he was down South this week, he joked (we think) that he now likes grits.
With just a few hours until the polls close in Michigan, it looks like it is going to be a very tight race between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum. The outcome of tonight's primary could determine the shape of the GOP race going forwa... Read Post
Mitt Romney suggested he would have been able to prevent the rise of the jihadist group Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL) if he were elected rather than President Barack Obama in 2012 during a radio interview that aired Sun... Read Post