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Is Texas Congressman Ron Paul's strategy of accumulating delegates in the Republican primary process actually working? Recent delegate confirmations suggest that Dr. Paul will come out with the most delegates in Iowa, Minnesota and possibly Colorado.
Super Bowl viewers may be in for an unpleasant experience as one candidate for President prepares to run an ad showing images of aborted fetuses using a loophole in the FCC’s rules that permits such ads if endorsed by a candidate for federal office.
The future, of course, is difficult - probably impossible - to predict, especially concerning a group as large as the Republican Party. Still, I’ll give it a shot by trying to answer the question “What will the Republican Party look like in 2032?"
Unless they're the incumbent President, or unless the incumbent President is serving his second term, winning the Iowa Caucuses usually means not winning the nomination, and always means losing the White House, history shows.
Despite plummeting poll numbers and a corresponding insignificance with Google Insights, Texas Governor Rick Perry has outspent the rest of GOP presidential contenders in Iowa with television ads targeting the state’s pro-life, conservative base.
The Hillary campaign pumped millions into the Iowa Caucus campaign with Hillary even going door to door, shaking hands and traipsing through the snow and ice that we all saw the pictures of. The infamous picture from the Drudge Report told the tale.
In preparation for the Iowa Caucus with will set the US election process, both the Democratic and Republican US Presidential hopefuls will have to go through their first real test of public opinion. This will make or break candidates.
Oprah Winfrey, smartly dressed in a velvet lilac jacket and pants, stepped onto the stage and strode up to the podium. From there she greeted 18,500 Iowans, the largest gathering for any candidate in Iowa, on behalf of Barack Obama.