What could possibly provide more stimulating, riveting entertainment than the Republican National Convention? When it comes to American priorities the irresistible wreck of hit-show "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" wins hands down.
Thursday night Mitt Romney accepted the Republican Party’s nomination for President at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. It was perhaps his most telling moment during his campaign for president.
As Hurricane Issac rages near Tampa the GOP is arriving there for their Aug. 27-30 convention, and while Issac's closeness may prevent some of the protests that come with Republican conventions, more motivated protestors aren't being deterred.
As presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney commits one faux pas after another, as more and more hard core conservatives complain about having to defend him, we feel it's time to throw this question out there.
Lately Joe Lieberman has been speculated to be a potential running mate for John McCain. Now in a classic Zell Miller move, the Connecticut Senator will receive a prime time speaking slot at the Republican convention.
The 39th Republican National Convention will take place September 1-4 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota and 45,000 people are expected to attend. $160 million is expected to be pumped into the local economy as a result of the festivities.