It’s probably better left out of the spotlight in these hard times, yet Mitt’s made a couple mentions of his finances in the past few hours—revealing that he’s taxed at about 15 percent, a far lower rate than people making far less, and saying that almost $400,000 in speaking fees is “not very much.” This won’t play well with a cash-strapped... read more
Mitt Under Attack... The remaining Republican presidential candidates ganged up on Mitt Romney at last night's debate in a last-ditch attempt to prevent the former Massachusetts governor from coasting to the nomination. The called on him to release his tax records, they questioned his commitment to conservative causes and they urged him to... read more
Mitt Romney could lock up the Republican nomination this week, but a group of Christian conservatives are making a last-ditch effort to rally behind Rick Santorum, a Christian and arguably more conservative alternative. Are they too late? Plus, some attendees reportedly say the vote was rigged! We’ll get to the bottom of it with Family Research... read more
Huntsman out, to endorse Romney: Former Utah governor Jon Huntsman is dropping out of the Republican presidential race. He'll endorse Mitt Romney at an event in South Carolina at 11am ET. Huntsman's third-place finish in New Hampshire was worse than he was hoping for, and he never got a bounce in South Carolina, with recent polls... read more
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