After what went down in Iowa, Michelle Bachmann and Rick Perry have opted to cancel their campaign trips through South Carolina while Mitt Romney will be hitting the streets with Gov. Nikki Haley and Sen. John McCain.
The ACLU has won a major victory for minorities as major parts of South Carolina’s anti-immigrant law were blocked by a federal judge who deemed many sections of the proposed laws unconstitutional.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has officially announced her endorsement of GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, but given the past between these two, it should come at no surprise to anyone that he is where her loyalty lies.
Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich has promised a clean campaign with a positive attitude, but as his popularity rises and other candidates make him their target, that promise is proving to be difficult for him.
After all, it’s the GOP road blocking him most of the time, isn’t it?
As is usually the case, the leaders in charge of writing bills to police the Internet are old and out-of-touch with the digital reality. The Stop Internet Piracy Act, currently being debated by the House of Representatives, is no different.
Conservative members of Congress say “who cares about childhood obesity. Just show me the money!” (That’s not actually what they said, but they do count pizza as a vegetable).
If they hadn’t been annoying, could this movement have spread across the world? The Tea Party, for all the press it gets, never inspired mass demonstrations in Madrid.
Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright’s now infamous comments at a news conference on Monday has gotten him some unexpected attention from California to South America.
Experts expect the presidential candidate to make a strong surge in the polls in the near future, so be sure to catch up with him while he is in town tomorrow.