The Publisher’s Lunch deal wire just lit up with word of a new Ron Paul book: a "memoir of his career in politics, revealing his encounters with the major political figures over the last thirty years, and those events that shaped him and made him the man and politician he is."
The book is Read More
I’m noticing a pattern here: Some outfit conducts a poll, throws Bob Barr’s name into the mix, and reports back that the former Georgia congressman and current Libertarian presidential nominee is scoring somewhere in the mid-single-digits. Then, a bunch of news outlets run the same basic story about how Barr is poised to play Read More
A deluge of polls on the day before the March 4 primaries shows mixed results:
Generally, it looks like Texas is going to be close for Democrats. Although a Public Policy Poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Barack Obama 50-44, a poll by Rasmussen and two tracking polls–one by Belo Texas and one Read More
Okay, so it’s not exactly a new stump speech. Or even a speech, really. (Heck, are these people even celebrities?) In any case, this ethanol-scented clip features singer John Mayer getting into a tiff with former Mac spokesman Justin Long. Whatever about? Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, of course—a politician Mr. Mayer is game Read More
With Barack Obama’s bandwagon picking up speed, Hillary Clinton’s sympathizers have been pushing a new caricature of their opponent: the cultish figure who seduces the weak-kneed masses with vague and meaningless but oh-so-warm-feeling generalities.
"There was something just a wee bit creepy," Time’s Joe Klein, a Bill and Hillary stalwart, recently wrote, "about the Read More
Eliot Spitzer, with family, voted early this morning at P.S. 6 on the Upper East Side, where two other voters complained that the voting machines were broken, and there was confusion as to how to fill out a paper ballot.
Elaine Mack and her husband, Stephen, told me and other reporters that they had Read More
On the night of Jan. 7, NBC’s Jay Leno interviewed Republican candidate for president Ron Paul on the Tonight Show. During the course of the interview, Mr. Leno noted that Mr. Paul had recently been “screwed over” by FOX News execs, who had decided not to invite Mr. Paul to participate in the Republican Forum Read More
It’s true that Rudy Giuliani hasn’t seriously contested any of the first five primary and caucus states (at least not since he dropped $2 million on television ads in New Hampshire) and that he has long touted Florida, which will vote on January 29, as his campaign’s first true test.
Still, it’s noteworthy just how Read More
Mitt Romney has won the Nevada caucuses, but it really shouldn’t mean much.
He was the only candidate –besides Ron Paul — to sink significant time and money into the state, where he enjoyed at least one built-in advantage, thanks to Nevada’s sizable Mormon population.
The Romney campaign will now talk up the victory as Read More
Ron Paul is the only presidential candidate who doesn’t embrace the idea that the United States has an obligation to provide economic, military and diplomatic support to Israel.
This could be taken as an extension of Paul’s non-interventionist foreign policy, which calls for all nations to be treated neutrally—no foreign aid and no “entangling alliances,” Read More