Drudge leads conservative backlash against Gingrich

Matt Drudge is on the warpath. The conservative mega-blogger is functioning as a one-man virtual Super PAC, driving story after story after story critical of Newt Gingrich, challenging his claim to the conservative mantle. A few of Drudge’s nuggets … … Continue reading»

By Joseph Walker, Deseret News Several nationally prominent news outlets have taken advantage of the recent release of two years worth of Mitt Romney’s tax documents to take a close look at LDS tithing doctrine, policy and practice. Rachel Zoll … Continue reading»

What time is tonight’s State of the Union Address?

Tonight’s State of the Union address could shape up to be President Obama’s final address to the nation unless he can win another 4 years in office. He’s clearly setting the stage for a fight with the last Republican standing … Continue reading»

By Joseph Walker, Deseret News With the release of Mitt Romney’s tax records on Tuesday, the world now knows what was previously known only by a select few: Mitt and Ann Romney pay 10 percent of their income in tithing … Continue reading»

Romney paid $3M in federal income tax in 2010

From The Associated Press TAMPA, Fla. — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney paid about $3 million in federal income taxes in 2010, having earned more than seven times that from his investments. Those earnings, $21.7 million, put him among the … Continue reading»

Mitt Romney on the offensive

The big news from Monday’s debate in Florida was a decidedly  more offensive minded Mitt Romney. He attacked Newt Gingrich numerous times from the start for his role as a “historical consultant” for Freddie Mac and for “influence peddling” on … Continue reading»

Florida Debate a Whimper, Not a Bang

If this debate had happened in South Carolina, i.e., if that one had been this dry and toothless, we’d be looking at a different campaign. The mainstream media rescued Newt last week with ABC’s ex-wife interview and CNN’s high hanging … Continue reading»

A  psychiatrist named Keith Ablow writes for Fox News that Newt Gingrich’s serial infidelities may make him a more effective president, in part because his willingness to speak bluntly to his newly-diagnosed-with-serious-illnesses-and-soon-to-be-former-wives might help him explain difficult things to the … Continue reading»