"Forget liberal bias," says Howard Kurtz at The Daily Beast. New data from a Pew Research study suggests that during the GOP primary season, the media's coverage of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was twice as favorable as coverage of Barack Obama, undermining the conventional wisdom that the so-called "liberal media" is more lenient on left-leaning politicians.
A new ABC News-Washington Post poll finds Mitt Romney has emerged from the Republican primary season with the weakest favorability rating on record for a presumptive presidential nominee since 1984, trailing President Obama in perso... Read Post
With the Republican presidential primary season essentially over and with the general election campaign now under way, President Barack Obama begins the race with a six-point lead over presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney, according ... Read Post
(CNN) – In interviews, Ann Romney has said she and husband Mitt are finished with presidential politics. But the wife of last year's GOP presidential nominee isn't going completely quiet. During Tuesday evening's city council meetin... Read Post