Herman Cain, who announced his candidacy for president at an Atlanta rally May 21, aims to bring a new slogan to the White House: “Yes, We Cain!” Seriously, folks. The pizza magnate, aka the ‘Hermanator,’ is staging a full-on charm offensive, hoping his Southern-fried charisma, business savvy, top performance in the first GOP debate, and media prowess are enough to offset his fundamental flaw: zero political experience.
Republicans love to nominate the 'next in line' for presidential elections, or so the thinking goes. Well, this time, all the potential next-in-lines are no-sure-things.
Imagine the GOP presidential field for 2016 as a layer cake: a bottom layer, a surprise layer, and a top-of-the-heap layer, as pundit Larry Sabato envisions it. The guy at the very top? Hint: a badger.
Rand Paul broadsided Bill Clinton Sunday, scolding Democrats for claiming Republicans are waging a 'war on women' when Clinton has been given 'a pass' for the Lewinsky scandal.
Mike Huckabee scored points with Republicans with feisty comments on how Democrats 'insult' women, but his linking of conservatives' tactics to Nazi atrocities may take those points, and more, off the board.
Appearing at the RNC's winter meeting, Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor and talk show host, lit up social media with his remarks about women's libidos and birth control.
Paul Ryan is a hit with Iowa Republicans, at least for now. But former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is just 7 points down, there's a hefty margin of error, and the Iowa caucuses are still three years out.
Mike Huckabee, former governor, ex-pastor, and now ex-talk-show host, is looking more and more as if he'll enter the 2016 GOP presidential race. Here's what Huckabee has got going for him – and what he doesn't.
The former conservative Arkansas governor and Baptist minister and the curmudgeonly English atheist are on the same page today.