Posts Tagged ‘Paul’
 

 

Ted Cruz’s Road to Nowhere.

Larry Sabato loves to quote T.S. Eliot. In writing about the demise of Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s campaign on Wednesday, Sabato wrote, “To borrow from T.S. Eliot: This is the way Marco Rubio’s campaign ends, not with a...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

29 Days Left – The State of the Caucus Race

If you are into politics, there will be no better place to be for the next month than the state of Iowa. The holidays are over. The Hawkeye football season is over. We love college basketball, and while conference play is upon ...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

State of the Race: How I see things in Iowa with just over 100 days to go

As of today, there are just 106 days until we will know the winner (hopefully) of the Iowa Caucuses. As the trees change colors and the farmers bring in the harvest, the presidential race also enters its final season before Iow...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Bush goes after Donald Trump – Thursday Roundup

It’s been an interesting week in the Republican race for president. Why? Because the Trump campaign isn’t doing anything. This odd break in the 24/7 coverage has allowed an opening for the Bush campaign to take a free shot ...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Are we about to Cull the Herd

In the age of Super PACs, it has been widely accepted that the field of 17 Republican presidential candidates would be with us for a while. The only thing on the horizon that would knock a candidate out of the race seems to be ...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Takeaways from Iowa Quinnipiac Poll

It’s been almost a month since we have seen new polling data on the Republican field in Iowa. On Wednesday, Quinnipiac released its latest Iowa poll that shows Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in the lead with 18 percent, foll...
by Craig Robinson