Governor Rick Perry is thinking about another run for president, and today he contrasted his record of governance with some of his potential rivals who are currently serving their first terms in the Senate.
Meet smart Rick Perry. He’s rested, ready and really into policy. And he wants everyone to know it.
Every major Republican presidential hopeful is in New Hampshire this weekend for the state’s first candidate forum. We bring you the highlights, starting with former Gov. Rick Perry of Texas.
Poor Rick Perry! He is trying so hard to get people to remember that he is just as terrible as the other Republican contenders, and no one is even paying attention!He's so desperate he's even whipped out the old "talk shit about senators" trick: "These are really bright, capable individuals. Show More Summary
Rick Perry said Colorado's legalization of marijuana was a mistake and the former Texas governor decried the U.S. boycott of the 1980 Olympics in a "youth town hall summit" in New Hampshire that largely attracted an older audience.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Thursday he doesn’t think American voters “want to take a chance” on electing another Senator to the White House, delivering a sharp blow to the three declared Republican presidential candidates. Speaking to reporters after a lunch with New Hampshire business leaders in Nashua, the second-time candidate, who has yet…
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Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida on Friday addressed an N.R.A. gathering in Nashville.
Lambert here: This post is short and sweet. It’s worth reminding ourselves that on some axes of evaluation, Republicans and Democrats are far more alike than different. By PEU Report. Originally posted on their blog, Private Equity Report. Holding the public in contempt is a bipartisan effort. Consider the following stories. The first involves Republican […]
At the Citadel today former Texas governor Rick Perry will deliver a speech worthy of a commander in chief. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) can be more poetic and stirring, but no other 2016 hopeful displays the sense of command and steely strength as well as Perry. Perhaps it is his military training, to which […]
Declaring that the world is more dangerous than at any point in the past quarter-century, Rick Perry plans to say Monday that if elected president, he would immediately invalidate President Obama's agreement with Iran because he believes the eventual deal would make the world even less safe. In a foreign policy address Monday to cadets and officials at the Citadel, […]
To quote the great Rick Perry, “Oops!” Deputy Robert Bates was part of the sheriff’s office’s Violent Crimes Task Force, and was undercover at the time. The office’s release on the incident said that suspect Eric Harris sold meth and attempted to sell a gun to undercover members of the task force. When they tried [...]
Eric Gay AP Republican presidential candidates from left, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, former House Speaker … Continued The post A social conservative’s view of the Republican debate appeared first on OnFaith.
Rick Perry is no longer the governor of Texas, he hasn't cracked the top tier of Republican presidential contenders and his likely rivals - including two with Texas roots - are competing aggressively for money in the Lone Star State....Show More Summary
The three 2016 Republican presidential front-runners — Ted Cruz, Rick Perry and Donald Trump — held a joint news conference today, April 1, to call a truce on name calling and to declare that, henceforth, they will focus on foreign policy and economic issues rather than on divisive social issues. “Since we are at the [...]Show More Summary
The Texan cut a ludicrous ad about how often he visits Iowa. Here's what it really drives home about this country
Ted Cruz is sucking up much of the oxygen this week after kicking off his bid for the White House. But another Texan, former Gov. Rick Perry, has been steadily building his own presidential campaign, preparing to launch within a couple of months.
The former Texas governor turned a constitutionally weak office into a source of tremendous informal power.
Candidates over the course of a campaign, or multiple campaigns, can either stagnate — recycling talking points, never reflecting on or refining their own views — or grow. The liberal media like to define “grow” as becoming more liberal, but we have seen two candidates become much better versions of themselves, able to communicate […]