Rep. Michele Bachmann’s appearances are often marked by sharp attacks on President Obama, both on policy and personal fronts.
If this year's contest is anything like last year’s, the winner will tell us nothing about the eventual GOP nominee.
Traditionally, strong presidential contenders enjoy strong support at home. So how does the early GOP field stack up?
Potential 2012 contenders have a list of strategic reasons why they're waiting to announce their decisions on jumping in.
One of the fiercer criticisms lobbed at former Gov. and potential 2012 contender Tim Pawlenty is that he's not fiercer.
As a 2012 dark-horse candidate, the former New York City mayor could do well.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) has quietly altered her case for the presidency in a savvy shift of rhetoric.
As is the case everywhere else, the world of showbiz seems to be polarized by Sarah Palin.
Percy Shelley once wrote that poets were “the unacknowledged legislators of the world.”
The Tea Party movement has been roundly credited with fueling the GOP’s wins this election, but there’s something even more remarkable the movement has accomplished.
By virtue of its unrelenting demand for purity, it has forced potential presidential candidates to deliver an ultimatum to the incoming Congress — walk the walk or the informal Tea Party will become the formal Tea Party.
In effect, the GOP presidential field is tying its very viability to how the incoming Congress behaves.