It’s only been a few days and it’s already time for another Republican Presidential candidate debate tonight at 8pm Eastern on CNN. If you liked the last one because there were only five candidates, you may really like this one as Rick Perry has joined the ranks of the fallen. Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt […]
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As reported, Gov. Rick Perry has dropped out of the presidential race. Which candidate will I support now? Backstory: Originally, I favored Mitch Daniels- a solid fiscal conservative who pushed for, and got, a balanced budget multiple years in a row, an increase in Indiana’s credit rating to AAA for the first time ever; and […]
CNN reports Governor Rick Perry will drop out of the Presidential race today. The news is confirmed by Politico. As of the minute this report was being written, FOX Business confirmed on-air on the Varney and Company program that Perry will drop out. Sources believe he will endorse Newt Gingrich. CDN will report on developments. UPDATE: […]
Herman Cain, former GOP presidential candidate, is scheduled to make an endorsement and announcement Thursday morning on his hometown radio station, News/Talk 750AM WSB in Atlanta. The announcement, being billed as “unconventional,” will be aired live at 8:45am EST as a part of the regularly scheduled Neal Boortz radio show. You can listen live […]
Whoever designed this ad certainly shows they have a good amount of creativity! Enjoy!
The FoxNews/Wall Street Journal S.C. GOP Presidential debate last night contained a slight twist: The addition of twitter social media interaction. While it was hailed as giving voters a more direct way to ask questions and get involved with the debate, it really isn’t as much of a “thinking outside the box” addition as some […]
CDNews had the privilege of being invited to the Family Research Council’s conference call on Saturday, where Tony Perkins, President of the FRC, announced that a group of 150 conservative leaders had chosen Rick Santorum as their Presidential candidate. Among the highlights of the conference: Mr. Perkins gave a synopsis of the meeting at Judge Paul […]
According to this article in The New York Times, “Massachusetts cannot bar legal immigrants from a state health care program, according to a ruling issued Thursday by the state’s highest court, a decision that edges the state closer to its goal of providing near-universal health care coverage to its residents” adding, “The ruling said that […]
A federal judge has dismissed Gov. Rick Perry’s legal action by which he had hoped to regain access to the Virginia primary ballot. Former Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Gov. Huntsman had also joined on to Perry’s suit as they also had failed to gather enough signatures to make the ballot. Now it appears that […]
“Dumber than a bag of hammers”, “one peanut short of a snickers “, “dumber than a rock”… I could go on…. And I will! “A few fries short of a happy meal”. “One clown shy of a circus”…. Dumber than a post… a doornail…. an entire sector of the population that doesn’t have to […]
Yes, Actual GOP primaries, as in disallowing Democrats to participate in GOP elections such as happens in NH and Iowa. Blue chips, red chips, paper slips, and other assorted childish game-playing will now give way to actual Republicans, and only Republicans voting for the 2012 GOP nomination, and frankly, it’s about frigging time. How ludicrous is it that […]
Mitt Romney’s long-expected triumph in New Hampshire came to be and yet .. nothing changed. New Hampshire is home to all of 12 total delegates in the GOP nomination fight where 1,144 are required to secure the republican spot which means having won the state doesn’t put Romney much closer to the end goal. With […]