Walking a careful line, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Friday he had wanted an openly gay spokesman who resigned from his campaign this week to stay on. Hours later, he worked to court the party's conservative wing by meeting with former rival Rick Santorum.
We just spoke to Bryan Fischer, the director of issue analysis at the American Family Association, for his reaction on the news of Mitt Romney's openly gay spokesman Richard Grenell resigning amid pressure from conservatives. He sai... Read Post
Rush Limbaugh repeated his call for Mitt Romney to shake up his campaign staff, telling his radio listeners Friday that the Republican presidential candidate's current crop of advisors are not sufficiently conservative enough to def... Read Post