Several factual errors have come to light.
No GOP candidate has yet given a powerful, cut-through-the-clutter, awe-inspiring message.
Their supporters are in politics for the high purpose of patriotism, not to land high-profile jobs after the election.
As if Ted Cruz's last name wasn't enough proof, Halperin played the "Hispanic police."
The British results are good news for the establishment standard-bearers of right and left.
She may lead in polls, but a great deal can happen in the many months before Iowa.
Webb's remarkable achievements epitomize America's belief in meritocracy and sacrifice.
Just as Iowa-set "Field of Dreams" might be inconceivable, so is the state's No. 1 spot.
Can a candidate go from an unpopular Congress to the White House?
It's unlikely he will muster the support of the moderate Democrats he so desperately needs to win the nomination.