Posts Tagged ‘Santorum’
 

 

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

 
 

It’s not the Cruz campaign that’s the problem, it’s the candidate.

Texas Senator Ted Cruz was supposed to be a different kind of conservative presidential candidate. He was supposed to be unique because not only did he have impeccable conservative credentials, but he also proved he could raise...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

South Carolina Primer

Four years ago, I spent about ten days in South Carolina for the First in the South primary. It was fascinating getting to experience what it’s like in another early state, and it was also nice to escape Iowa’s winter weath...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Santorum: Cruz has Dangerous Position on Marriage

Rick Santorum was a guest on KCWI’s Great Day on Tuesday morning. Santorum talked about a number off issues in his 17-minute interview with the KCWI morning team, but when Meteorologist Jason Parkin asked what differentiates ...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

The Establishment’s Half-Hearted Effort in Iowa

Mitt Romney may have never won the Iowa caucuses, but in both of his presidential runs, he did show establishment Republicans that success can be found in the state. Romney never even carried a third of Iowa’s 99 counties, bu...
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