John McCain will pick his running mate Friday at the latest and perhaps as early as Thursday. But who will it be? According to reports, Lieberman is still on McCain’s short short list. What would be the impact of a McCain/Lieberman ticket? Great show of bipartisanship or GOP train wreck with the conservative base?
Hillary Clinton sounded pretty genuine in her endorsement of Barack Obama Tuesday night, but Democratic officials are much more worried about her husband, Former President Bill Clinton. Clinton is raising eyebrows with a curious comment he made during a speech on Tuesday and the fact he will not be sticking around for Obama’s speech on Thursday. What do you think? Will Bill Clinton be a team player or will he simply refuse to mend fences? Would his lack of support really hurt Obama or just make for some convention drama?
Michelle Obama won rave reviews for her speech Monday night in which she talked about the humble upbringings of both her and her husband. But while Mrs. Obama seemed to stay away from the type of controversy that put her in the spotlight during the primaries, some of her speech is now raising eyebrows. Is it possible the hopeful vision she cast for America was really a repackaging of views from political radical Saul Alinsky?
The U.S. Census Bureau says the number of uninsured Americans is at its lowest level in three years. What does that number mean? Why is it declining? And what specific plans do Barack Obama and John McCain have for expanding health care coverage to more people?
For answers, listen to Greg’s interview with Grace-Marie Turner of the Galen Institute.
Listen to Greg’s interview with Republican Tennessee Rep. Marsha Blackburn as they discuss the GOP presence at the Democratic convention, what we saw on Day One of the convention and whether either of the parties are unified behind their nominees.
Tonight, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton will address the Democratic National Convention. Her supporters were reportedly infuriated by Barack Obama’s complete dismissal of the former first lady in the running mate selection process. So can Hillary heal the wounds of a bitter primary battle or will it take more than one speech to unify the party?
Michelle Obama gave a widely applauded speech Monday night at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. But is the folksy image we all saw on Monday night the real Michelle Obama or a calculated approach designed to counter her controversial statements from earlier in the campaign?
After days, weeks and even months of anticipation, Barack Obama chose Delaware Senator Joe Biden as his running mate. And in the first poll taken after the announcement…the race is still dead even. Whay didn’t the Biden choice make any difference? And what doe the Democrats need to do to get a bounce out of their convention?
Reports are surfacing that ailing Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy will appear at the Democratic convention in conjunction with a tribute in his honor that is scheduled for Monday night.
The 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing are now over. After more than two weeks of competition, what memories will stay with you? Will it be eight gold medals for Michael Phelps? The emotional roller coaster of the men’s volleyball team? Twin gold medals for Team USA in basketball? Or something else entirely? Share your favorite Olympic memories with us!