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Real Clear Politics: Charles Krauthammer: I think it’s unequivocal, Romney won. And he didn’t just win tactically, but strategically. Strategically, all he needed to do is basically draw. He needed to continue the momentum he’s had since the first debate, … Continue reading
No, seriously. For the first time in four debates, nobody is talking about the moderator: Bob Schieffer sets the standard Finally, the moderator isn’t the story. The cardinal rule of debate moderation is this: it isn’t about the moderator. But … Continue reading
The San Francisco Giants are playing the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Seven of the NCLS – the loser goes home and the winner faces the Detroit Tigers in the World Series starting Wednesday night. That game starts about 5 … Continue reading
And they say science majors are for the smart kids: Surprise! ‘Undecided’ debate questioner at Tuesday’s debate declares for Obama In a shocking development, the 20-year-old exercise science major who led off Tuesday’s presidential debate seeking reassurance from the candidates … Continue reading
Katrina Trinko: Romney Seven Points Ahead in Gallup Poll In today’s Gallup, Mitt Romney has a significant lead over President Obama among likely voters: seven points. Romney is at 52 percent to Obama’s 45 percent. So what’s going on? I … Continue reading
Obama touts fair pay for women, despite records showing women paid less in his own White House At Tuesday’s Hofstra University presidential debate, President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney duked it out over pay equity for women, just … Continue reading