We have reached peak Mitt Romney nostalgia. This month, the former Republican nominee is being praised for long ago naming Russia “our number-one geopolitical foe,” a throwaway line that many considered at the time to be a campaign gaffe. Show More Summary
Doug Robinson, who is Mitt Romney’s nephew, is running for governor of Colorado, the Denver Post reports. “The Denver investment banker declared his candidacy for the 2018 race in a letter sent to Republican activists and launched online advertisements directed to [...]
Could the crafty lefty become a general manager?
For a few election cycles now, Democrats have been vowing to put the largest, most important red state, Texas, in play. President Trump won the state by a not-very-close 9 points. Then again, Mitt Romney won it by about 16 points in 2012. Democrats still insist that as the state becomes more affluent, more diverse […]
The potential sale of the Miami Marlins had already spilled heavily into political territory with news in February that the family of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner was nearing a purchase of the team. The Kushners subsequently backed away, at least temporarily, following reports that Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria was under strong consideration to be […]
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Tom Glavine has reportedly teamed up with Tagg Romney to make a bid for the Marlins
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Everyone wants to buy the Marlins, it seems
CHANGE: Oversight Chairman Chaffetz Won’t Run to Keep Seat in 2018. “He might challenge a Romney son for governor, while McMullin could vie for his seat.”
One reason Donald Trump had broader electoral appeal than past Republican nominees such as Mitt Romney was that he broke with Republican orthodoxies on issues such as trade, entitlement reform, and the Iraq War. However, now that he has come to power, Trump has dropped his plans to call out China...
Hey, you can’t blame ‘em for trying. The right-wing hatred for Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) increases on an exponential basis, and like longtime Mitt Romney pal John Kingston, that hatred has motivated another far-right Republican...Show More Summary
For members of the Democratic Party, Georgia has not looked this peachy in years. Donald Trump’s margin of victory in the state was lower than both Mitt Romney’s and John McCain’s. And now a special election is suggesting at least one congressional district that has been red for a generation may be turning purple. Whether […]
“It’s hard to win if you don’t govern. If you make these promises, it’s going to be hard for us to win in the midterms.” — RNC chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel, quoted by the Washington Examiner.
Considering that the New York Times thinks itself to be a venerable and infallible journalistic institution, it seems that their editorial board has been proven wrong since 2012. Mitt Romney, the GOP challenger to Barack Obama, told the audience that Russia is America’s number one geopolitical foe. He was ridiculed for the remark, but today, […]
As President Trump flip-flops on Russia, China and NATO, Dan Senor, former senior adviser to Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in the 2012 presidential campaign, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's lack of foreign policy world view.
Romney's 'binders full of women" gaffe from 2012 is quaint in light of the Trump administration.
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney sparked controversy in 2012 when during a debate with then-President Barack Obama, he referred to “binders full of women.” Now, it’s emerged that it wasn’t just a figure of speech and that the...Show More Summary
Hey, remember back in the halcyon days when Mitt Romney seemed like a bad Republican contender for President and he blundered by suggesting he had "binders full of women" candidates to hire? Remember when the Republican Presidential candidate got laughed at for trying too hard to hire women instead of publically bragging about assaulting women, then winning the election?