One of the most interesting aspects of working in news is learning who our anchors are, outside of the studio. Every day, they're buttoned-up on camera, reporting on news and politics, which are mostly very serious and hard-hitting topics. So it's fun and often times, fascinating, to hear tidbits of their life story and how they became... read more
Mitt Romney looks strong in South Carolina, but Newt Gingrich has yet to go up with his negative ads about Mitt's time at Bain Capital. Will he? Newt suggested this morning that his attacks aren't on capitalism in general -- but on specific deals by Bain. Meanwhile Romney is fine-tuning his response to the Bain attacks. read more
There was something startling about the Romney performance last night.It was less a victory speech on a primary night, more a Restoration. In presenting himself and his family, the former Republican governor or Massachusetts seemed to be confronting the American people with a fait accompli, saying " take a good look at us. read more
Chris Chocola of the President Club for Growth and author Andrew Ross Sorkin debate whether Newt Gingrich is making President Barack Obama’s case against Mitt Romney for him by attacking him for “vulture capitalism.” watch
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